There are desserts I can not resist. Eton Mess for example. Right now, when the strawberry time is so slowly gaining momentum, I love the sinful dessert.
But let’s be honest, the combination of cream, strawberries and meringue is pretty powerful. That’s why I quickly replaced the cream with natural yoghurt. Delicious result is the strawberry rhubarb Eton Mess without cream and with a lot of enjoyment.
Did you know that Eton Mess is a traditional English dessert? Its origin is said to have found the treat at the time-honored Eton College. There Eton Mess has always been served at the annual cricket match.
Traditionally, Eton Mess uses only strawberries . But I think: If we are a bit experimental, we can put the Strawberries right next to their Best Buddie Rhubarb , right?
It is finally well known that sweet strawberries and sour rhubarb are an absolute dream team. If then also crunchy meringue pieces come into play, very big taste cinema is inevitable.
The only downside to the strawberry rhubarb Eton Mess without cream: the meringue pieces dissolve in the yoghurt after some time. For this reason, you should prepare the light Eton Mess just before serving.
Fruity strawberry-rhubarb compote, crunchy meringue pieces and creamy yogurt make this light dessert your new favorite dessert.
Light strawberry rhubarb Eton Mess without cream
Portions : 4
calories per serving : 216 kcal
Rhubarb and strawberries Wash, clean and cut into 2 cm pieces.
Heat with the sugar in a saucepan over medium heat for about 5 minutes until the rhubarb disintegrates when pressed with a wooden spoon. Remove from heat and let cool briefly.
Meringue meringue, for example in an ice pack. Add in the yoghurt and mix well.
Now take turns mixing strawberry-rhubarb compote and yogurt into four pretty glasses.
I wish I might as well at my Rhubarb lucky Blogevent join in. Then I would definitely submit this little dream of a dessert.
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What do you say to this light version of the Eton Mess?