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- America, vanilla slice in the United Kingdom, and custard slice, is a French dessert made of puff pastry layered with pastry cream. Its modern form was...
- slice with a puff pastry base and custard cream. The mille-feuille, a cream filled French puff-pastry slice, also called vanilla slice, custard slice...
- process continues for hours, resulting in a freeze-dried ice cream slice. Freeze-dried ice cream is sold by mail order and is common in science museums and...
- Cosmopolitan slice. A slice of ice-cream cake made with mousse mixture and ordinary ice cream, presented in a small pleated paper case. Neapolitan ice cream consists...
- kremna rezina, kremšnita), also known as vanilla slice or custard slice, is a custard and chantilly cream cream cake dessert commonly ****ociated with the former...
- Banana cream pie is a variation of a cream pie which includes sliced bananas. Bananas "took the American market by storm in the 1880s" according to food...
- Baileys Irish Cream is an Irish cream liqueur made of cream, cocoa and Irish whiskey emulsified together with vegetable oil. Baileys is made by Diageo...
- and cream cheese (also known as bagel with cream cheese) is a food pairing that consists, in its basic form, of a sliced bagel spread with cream cheese...
- must be rectangular, with two layers of puff pastry, similar to the cream slice in the United Kingdom. The icing is smooth and pink, or occasionally...
- French toast is a dish of sliced bread soaked in beaten eggs and often milk or cream, then pan-fried. Alternative names and variants include eggy bread...