Crushed raspberry creams

Prep: 10 mins - 15 mins

Easy

Serves 4
Barney Desmazery's tasty berry dessert is both creamy and low in fat - no cooking needed

Nutrition and extra info

Nutrition:

  • kcal214
  • fat8g
  • saturates5g
  • carbs31g
  • sugars25g
  • fibre2g
  • protein7g
  • salt0.23g
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Ingredients

  • 50g golden caster sugar
  • 2 x 125g/4½ oz punnets raspberries
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  • 200g tub half-fat crème fraîche
  • 150g tub Total 0% Greek yogurt
  • 3 meringue shells, either bought or homemade, broken into large pieces

Method

  1. In a small bowl stir a sprinkling of the sugar in with the raspberries, crushing them very slightly as you stir, but still leaving them more or less whole. In a separate bowl fold the crème fraîche and yogurt together with the remaining sugar and the meringue pieces.

  2. Divide the raspberries among four small glasses, top with the creamy meringue mixture. The raspberry pots can be eaten straight away or will keep in the fridge for up to 4 hours.

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Comments (14)

grey-gill's picture
3.75

This is a lovely light dessert. I have also made it with amaretti biscuits instead of meringue and I added some amaretto liqueur.

raspberry12's picture
5

This is definitely a favourite in our house. It's so light and creamy and you can't even tell its low fat.....it's much tastier than plain old cream!

jb5370's picture
5

Couldn't be easier but so tasty. I made ahead but kept the meringues back and just sprinkled them crushed on the top when ready to eat. Saved them going soggy as lulujersey mentioned.

abroekman's picture
5

Brilliant pud. Light, sweet, summery and SO quick and easy. Rave reviews from our dinner guests!

dolliepie's picture
5

A delicious and lighter twist on the traditional Eton Mess. I've made it with strawberries too and a mix of strawberries and raspberries.

seward's picture
5

This is sublime ! My sister in law is allergic to cream and as I cook for them once a fortnight it's got more and more difficult to do a suitable pud. This one hits the spot !

lurvlyloz's picture
5

lovely simple dessert. great as a prepare ahead low fat dessert. i made this for a girls night in for fussy ladie son a diet & it went down a tret. will definiatly make again.

lulujersey's picture
5

Fantastic ! Light and ridiculously easy to make. Meringue melts in uner an hour though so I think these need to be eaten pretty sharpish ! Will defo be doing again as they are low in fat too !

joness2's picture

These are very nice bit like a muller corner but nicer.

rayniexxxxx's picture
5

oh forgot to rate it

rayniexxxxx's picture
5

i did this for my packed lunch for some thing nice but healthy. it was really good and my fella and daughter loves it too which is fab. it will be a regular pud in my house.

tracy1982's picture
5

this is one of the nices puddings i have ever tasted and is one of the quickest and simplest things i have ever made. love it

ahaldane's picture
4

Very quick and easy to put together and tastes lovely and fresh. I have made this with the raspberries and I have also used fresh blackberries - whatever is available. On occasion I replace the sugar with Splenda for the dieters. I also always add the meringue to the yoghurt mixture just before serving.

kirstyl's picture
4

Very light and taste great. Also very easy to make. I found if you don't eat them straight away though the meringue melts into the yoghurt, which is ok, but they taste much better when the meringue is chunky.

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