bavarois

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noun ba·var·ois \ˌbä-vär-ˈwä\

Definition of bavarois

  1. :  bavarian cream David Bouley … also uses herbs in a number of desserts, including lemon thyme macaroons and peaches roasted with savory, then stuffed with a peach bavarois. — Karen MacNeil, New York Times Magazine, 14 Oct. 1990

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Origin and Etymology of bavarois

borrowed from French bavaroise (short for crème bavaroise “Bavarian cream”) or bavarois (short for fromage bavarois “Bavarian cheese”)


First Known Use: 1846


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