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Eton Mess

Few desserts evoke a perfect summer’s day quite like a classic Eton Mess. To celebrate the launch of our summer limited-edition, Eton Mess Popcorn here’s our popping good take on the quintessential, Victorian pudding. This winning combination of fresh strawberries, light meringue plus a glorious popcorn crunch is perfect for enjoying on a fine summers evening!
40 minutes
Serves 2
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  • Joe & Seph's Eton Mess Popcorn
  • Greek yoghurt
  • Fresh Strawberries - 1 punnet
  • Meringue (crushed pieces)
  • 1 tbsp sugar


  1. Slice strawberries

    Start off by washing and slicing up your strawberries.

  2. Simmer with sugar and water

    Place them into a saucepan with the sugar and a splash of water and simmer on a low heat - keep stirring and don't take your eyes off them.

  3. Cool

    Once softened, leave to cool for a few minutes.

  4. Get 2 glasses ready

    In 2 glasses start layering up your glass.

  5. Layer yoghurt, popcorn, meringue, strawberries. Repeat, and top with mint

    Start with a layer of yoghurt, then add in a good handful of Joe & Sephs Eton Mess Popcorn along with some crushed meringue pieces. Then spoon on the stewed strawberries. Keep layering up and top with the popcorn and meringue and a finishing touch of fresh mint.

  6. Serve

    Whether for a Summer dinner party of a lazy afternoon treat - it's time to enjoy! Preferrably with a glass of Pimms in hand!


Easy recipe, something different to your usual Eton Mess with the popcorn.
A Bartlett
Quick, simple, indulgent treat.
Katherine Casals
So easy to make and looks and tastes great!
Jessica Smith
Fruity and oh-so delicious!
Robert Evans
There's nothing better than making a classic Eton Mess on a summer's day!
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