|creamy dessert, custard||pud (pudding)|
|(British slang) dessert; course that comes after the main meal||afters|
|(Cooking) served in a liquor that is set aflame (especially a dessert)||flambe|
|a trademark for a gelatin-based dessert||Jell-O|
|act of breaking apart, act of splitting; breach between people; share, portion; dessert of ice cream topped with fruit and other toppings; half pint, affect violently, arrangement of standing bowling pins, broken, burst, crack, depart, disunited, divid...||split|
|alligator pear, creamy green, green fruit which grows on trees, green-fleshed edible fruit, of creamy green color, tree on which avocados grow||avocado|
|American apple pie, apple cobbler, sweet dessert made from apples, baked apple dessert||pandowdy|
|amuse oneself, toy, play, waste time, idle, make sport of, cold dessert, matter or object of small value or importance; small amount of something; artistic work of no lasting significance; type of pewter; dessert made from sponge cake layered with whip...||trifle|
|amusing occasion, expense-paid trip, have expense-paid trip, hold party, pleasure trip, excursion, picnic, outing; sweetened curdled milk (eaten as a dessert); official trip paid for by the government, set milk dessert, take a pleasure trip; host a pic...||junket|
|any of a number of boiled bland foods (i.e. porridge, custard, pudding); empty compliments, flattery, nonsense, cream or custard dessert, meaningless words||flummery|
|apple dessert||Brown Betty|
|baked custard pie, baked casserole (often made from cheese, vegetables, and/or meat), savory pie||quiche|
|baked dessert with bread, bread-and-butter pudding||bread pudding|
|baked food with pastry, divisible whole, former small coin of India, magpie, type of dessert, cake; baked dish consisting of a crust and filling||pie|
|baked fruit dessert||betty|
|bean curd//tog, clothes, dress up, Japanese custard-like food made from soybeans, togs||tofu|
|beat, defeat; make cream; blend into a creamy mass, cream colored, off-white, fatty portion of milk which rises to the top; fat; frosting; pudding; whipped cream; ointment; first choice; beige, off-white color||cream|
|beer, fizzy powder, frozen dessert, fruit drink||sherbet; sherbert|
|blab, inform on, tell on (Slang), creamy orange, creamy orange-yellow color, peach-colored, having a yellowish-orange color, small tree with edible fruit, somebody or something excellent, sweet round fruit with stone, variety of fruit with a large pit ...||peach|
|boiled milk dessert, custard, cold milk-based dessert||blancmange|
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