Scottish Raspberry Eton Mess

 A real favourite pudding even north of the border!  Start with fresh local raspberries and cream and then create a Mess.

Eton Mess is a traditional English dessert made using a mixture of berries, broken meringue, and whipped double cream.  It supposedly originated from Eton College (England) where it is served at the annual cricket match against Harrow School.


  • Fresh raspberries
  • Meringue
  • Local cream (Double cream)


  1. Arrange raspberries in bottom of a tumbler glass and add a layer of meringue and then a layer of local cream.
  2. Continue layering until you reach the top of the glass.
  3. Enjoy!



Recipe Contributor:  SY Saltwhistle III crew / GN Espace

The owners of SY Saltwhistle III are currently enjoying cruising in West Scotland.

Their yacht, a Hallberg Rassy 42, is a much admired cruising yacht, renowned for its sturdy construction and exemplary seaworthiness.  It is the perfect base for exploring these varied and remote Scottish waters. 

The owners are very pleased with the performance of their Levante 3 burner stove which now sits in the galley following a refit.  This high performance and gas saving cooker is an essential piece of equipment for live aboard and ocean cruising.



GN Espace is made up of keen sailors who have been fortunate enough to combine their passion for sailing with their love of food. The Company specialises in producing marine cookers and associated galley products for all sizes of yachts.

For further information please visit the GN Espace website at:


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