Berry Amarula Eton Mess

Recipe and photo credit created by celebrity chef, Jo Pratt.

Berry Amarula Eton Mess: Afternoon Tea In The Garden. Hello friends, so how are you today? Berry Amarula Eton Mess, anyone? How yummy!?

Berry Amarula Eton Mess

Berry Amarula Eton Mess: Afternoon Tea In The Garden

Berry Amarula Eton Mess. Indulge in a delightful fusion of flavours with this Berry Amarula Eton Mess recipe. Experience the irresistible combination of juicy berries and creamy Amarula liqueur in this classic British dessert with a twist.

This easy-to-follow instructions will guide you through creating a heavenly mess of whipped cream, meringue, and mixed berries, enhanced by the rich and velvety notes of Amarula.

This dessert is a celebration of textures and tastes, offering a perfect balance of sweetness and tanginess.

Whether you’re hosting a dinner party or simply craving a decadent treat, this Berry Amarula Eton Mess is sure to impress. Step up your dessert game and savour the deliciousness of this delightful concoction.

Serves 4


  • 250-300g mixed summer berries (strawberries, raspberries, blackberries and blueberries)
  • 2 tbsp caster sugar
  • 3 tbsp Amarula, plus extra for serving
  • 400ml double cream
  • 3-4 bought meringue nests
  • Fresh mint sprigs, to garnish (optional)
Berry Amarula Eton Mess

Berry Amarula Eton Mess Method:

How to Make:

  1. Roughly chop the strawberries and place in a bowl along with the rest of the berries (saving a few back to garnish).
  2. Stir in the sugar and leave for about 10 minutes to soften and let the berries go all juicy.
  3. Add the Amarula to the cream and whisk until you just have soft peaks.
  4. Crumble in the meringues and add the juicy berries.
  5. Gently fold together then serve into large wine glasses or dishes.
  6. Garnish with the reserved berries and sprigs of mint, and an extra drizzle of Amarula over the top.

About this post – Recipe and photo credit created by celebrity chef, Jo Pratt.

The recipes have a unique twist they use Amarula Cream Liqueur as a key ingredient. So what do you think? Do you also fancy trying it?

Berry Amarula Eton Mess

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Berry Amarula Eton Mess

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  1. Judy Haughton-James
    14 March 2013 / 14:29

    Looks so yummy!

    • 18 March 2013 / 21:23

      Thanks for the comment Judy 🙂

  2. Christina Morley
    12 March 2013 / 19:58

    Isn't Amarula wonderful? It's so nice to see a South African product in the spotlight even though I am American. My Wordless Wednesday linky is open.Tina – American mom raising 4 kids in South Africa

    • 13 March 2013 / 06:01

      Thanks for the comment Christina 🙂