Vegan Eton Mess Milkshake Sundae

Vegan Eton Mess Milkshake Sundae

You hear us right, Teabirds...A VEGAN Eton Mess Milkshake Sundae! This recipe is not only delicious but we think it's a fantastic dessert for a dinner parTEA or a nice family dinner! 

 

This recipe was created by our lovely Tea Reps: bugsandbirds


Serves: 2


What you will need:

For Eton Mess Syrup:

For the rest of the Sundae:

  • Frozen chopped banana
  • Dairy-free milk of your choice
  • Fresh strawberries
  • Mini vegan meringues

What to do:

1. The first thing you need to do is make your Eton Mess syrup. To do this, bring 200ml of water to a boil, add 1 Perfect Tea Spoon of Eton Mess tea and infuse it for 5 minutes. Or, you could cold brew the tea the night before in 200ml of cold water. 

 

2. Once the 5 minutes is up, strain the tea from the water and put the water back on a medium heat. Then, add in your caster sugar.

 

3. Heat the sugar and water on a medium heat and bring it to the boil, stirring constantly until the sugar dissolves. Once the water is boiling, pop a lid on the saucepan and simmer for a further 10 minutes.

 

4. Remove from the heat and decant into a jar to cool at room temperature and store in the fridge

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Vegan Eton Mess Milkshake Sundae

 

5. Moving on to the rest of the sundae. The first thing you want to do is blend your frozen banana in a blender or food processor (a food processor works best!) with 50ml of dairy-free milk. If the mixture isn’t blending well, add a little more milk until it’s smooth.

 

6. Once your mixture is smooth, add a handful of fresh strawberries and blend mixture again until smooth again. 

 

7. Spoon into a glass alternating with chopped fresh strawberries and swirl the Eton Mess sugar syrup through the ‘nicecream. Top with a sprinkle of mini meringues, a few slices of strawberry and a drizzle of sugar syrup.

 

8. Enjoy!


Everything you need for this recipe:

Our IngenuiTEA tea brewers are perfect for making iced teas without any mess or if you want to leave your tea overnight to steep you can experiment with a Cold Brew Bottle. 


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