Eton Mess with maple syrup
Eton mess is a dessert of English origin that takes its name from Eton College, where it was supposedly invented in the late 1800s.
Delicious and messy, “mess” in fact, layers of fruit and cream, ideal for a quick and easy dessert or snack.
The Very Dark maple syrup gives it an aromatic note that makes it a real treat.
Preparation: 20 minutes
- 200 g of liquid whipping cream
- 100 g of robiola cheese
- 30 g of MapleFarm maple syrup, Grade A, Very Dark variety
- very fresh fruits such as strawberries and blueberries
- a few biscuits and maple syrup for decoration
- Wash and dry the fruits. Cut the strawberries into small slices.
- Mix the robiola cheese with the maple syrup in a bowl.
- Whip the cream very firmly and add it to the robiola cheese and gently mix from the top to the bottom without making it lose its shape. Transfer the mixture into a pastry bag.
- Fill the small glasses by alternating layers of cream with layers of fruit. It is advisable to use a transparent glass to show the layers.
- Just before serving, garnish the surface with a few chopped biscuits and a drizzle of maple syrup.