Eton Mess was first developed at Eton College in the 1930s and has various stories surrounding the circumstances of its creation. Originally, it was a mixture of strawberries or bananas with ice cream or whipped cream served in their "sock shop" (aka 'tuck shop,' 'snack shop,' etc. depending on your country of origin). It soon involved the addition of meringue and has evolved into a typical English summer dessert and is traditionally comprised of strawberries, cream, and meringue.
2 pluots, loosely chopped
4 oz meringues, crushed
Mint, for garnish
Wash and dry 4 mason jars.
In a large bowl, fold all the ingredients together (except the mint) and spoon into the jars. Garnish with mint.
For a different presentation, instead of mixing it all together, you can layer the ingredients in each jar the following order: