If you are pressed for time, this is a great easy dessert to make. Traditionally made with whipped cream, you can reduce the fat by substituting with greek yogurt.
Prep Time 10minutes
Total Time 10minutes
1 1/2cupsnon fat plain greek yogurt, flavoured with honey
4largemeringue cookies or nests
Hull and chop half the strawberries, and place into a bowl. Roughly mash and add the sugar and leave to macerate (marinate) for 10 minutes.
Roughly crumble in three meringue nests — you will need chunks for texture, as well as a little fine dust. Leave one cookie to garnish.
Fold into the marinated strawberries into meringued cream.
Place the remaining strawberries, meringue yogurt mixture and into a lglass bowl or individual serving dishes. Top with remaining strawberries and meringue.
The generally-accepted story is that the strawberry, meringue and cream pudding was dropped at an Eton v Harrow cricket match in the late 19th century. Rather than waste the food, it was simply scooped up off the floor and served, smashed to bits, in individual bowls.