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  1. 5 stars
    I love Eton mess and this recipe sounds delicious, although I am not sure of the history… It was first mentioned in print in 1893, and I am guessing that the dating and college visiting experience was very different back then 😉 😀

  2. I honestly found this recipe very confusing. Doesn’t look like all ingredients are stated above, like for example you say on the recipe to blend the pureed strawberries with whipped cream and that’s not on the ingredients.
    This dessert looks great, I would love to do it, but honestly I am unable to follow it as the directions are so poor.
    It’s not my intention to undermine your work at all, it’s as I said, it looks amazing and tasty and I would love to be able to do it, but I think the wording on your recipe might need a revisit.
    Thanks

    1. Hi Chris

      Sorry that it is not explained properly.

      You add the meringues with each layer of strawberries. Or alternatively you can add your broken meringues to the strawberry whipped cream after they have cooled down and give it a mix then add the mixture to the glasses with strawberries in and serve as the meringues can go soft pretty quick 🙂

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