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Eton mess it the easiest, quickest and one of the most delicious desserts you could ever prepare! Simple, yet impressive, what’s not to love? Try this version with morello cherries and flaked almonds!
Beat cream, sugar and vanilla with an electric mixer using the whisk attachment until soft peaks form.
Spoon 2 tablespoons of cream into the bottom of each of four 250ml serving glasses, then sprinkle on a layer of crushed meringues and cherries. Repeat layer, using a bit more cream this time. Top with a dollop of cream and almonds. Serve immediately.
Note: If you need to toast your almonds, place flaked almonds in a dry frying pan and cook, over medium heat, for about 2 minutes, stirring or flipping often, until golden brown. Transfer to a plate to cool.
This recipe is so easy, a toddler could make it. And kids of all ages love to eat it. Two simple ingredients and no cooking time required, but it needs to chill for at least 3 hours. Can be made many days in advance.
To me, nothing beats an old-fashioned red velvet cupcake with cream cheese frosting. Well, unless it’s a slice of cake of the same! Moist, deep in flavors, slightly sweet and topped with an incredible frosting!
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