Whipped Cream

  • (noun): Cream that has been beaten until light and fluffy.

Some articles on whipped cream, cream, whipped:

Danish Cuisine - Options For Dinner - Desserts
... and crushed almond-flavoured meringue or whipped cream, served cold ... Fruit salad topped with vanilla cream or whipped cream and grated chocolate Rødgrød med fløde, stewed, thickened red fruit (usually strawberries or rhubarb) with cream or as topping on ice cream ... often sprinkled with confectioner's sugar, and served with strawberry jam or vanilla ice cream ...
Gaufre - Varieties of Waffles
... and dusted with confectioner's sugar, though in tourist areas they might be topped with whipped cream, soft fruit or chocolate spread (a practice considered 'inauthentic' by some local connoisseurs) ... Variants of the Brussels waffles - with whipped and folded egg whites cooked in large rectangular forms - date from the 18th century ... They may also be served as desserts, topped with ice cream and various other toppings ...
Espresso - Variations
... A doppio poured over chocolate syrup and orange peel, usually topped with whipped cream, the drink originated at Seattle's historic Last Exit on Brooklyn coffeehouse ... Sugar can also be whipped into a small amount of espresso after brewing and then mixed with the rest of the shot ... espresso with cream") Espresso with whipped cream on top Espressino, espresso, steamed milk, and a dusting of cocoa powder, similar to the Marocchino Firenzi A hot-over-cold layered espresso beverage consisting ...
Icebox Cake
... (British), or chocolate ripple cake/log (Australian) is a dessert consisting of whipped cream and chocolate wafers ... the wafers are stacked to form a log with whipped cream cementing them together, and then the log is laid on its side ... and the two are set side-by-side and more whipped cream covers the exterior ...
Capachino - History and Evolution of The Cappuccino
... this time, and is in 1805 described as 'coffee with cream and sugar' (it does not say how it is composed, but the name indicates the capuchin colour) ... is mentioned again in writings in the 1850s, described as 'coffee with cream, spices and sugar' ... Other coffees containing cream surfaces in Vienna, and outside Austria 'Viennese Coffee' or 'Café Viennois', -coffee with whipped cream-, becomes known ...

Famous quotes containing the words cream and/or whipped:

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    Queenie: Oh, Hank. Do you think so?
    Hank: Why it’s cream in the can, baby!
    James Gleason (1886–1959)

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    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)