Definition of praline
: a confection of nuts and sugar: such asa : almonds cooked in boiling sugar until brown and crispb : a patty of creamy brown sugar and pecan meats
Recent Examples of praline from the Web
For dessert, be sure not to pass up Molly's Maw Maw's Bread Pudding ($7), served warm with whiskey sauce, Texas-pecan pralines, and cinnamon whipped cream.
But the afternoon is the peak time to visit Burrow, when the team debuts an assortment of cookies in flavors like matcha sesame and cakes such as pistachio mousse with praline to go with a cup of tea.
Chef Paul Prudhomme's pralines are used used in a variety of ways at K-Paul's Louisiana Kitchen, including crushed beneath the creme brulee, NOLA.com writer Ann Maloney reported.
Believe, which was released during Britney’s mid-2000s breakdown, is a fruitchouli blend of guava, tangerine, honeysuckle, praline, and patchouli.
Stay tuned for the end of the video to see her praline brownie tip.
Never mind beignets and pralines: The New Orleans Chocolate Crawl samples everything from fudge to gelato.
Dancers dressed as candies, pralines, and liqueur bottles move to Richard Strauss’s decadent, swooping melodies from 1924.
Flavors vary by season and include favorites, such as pecan praline dulce, sea salt caramel, sweet cinnamon, strong coffee, triple rum raisin, as well as more unusual offerings like aloe, beer and honey.
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Origin and Etymology of praline
French, from Count Plessis-Praslin †1675 French soldier
First Known Use: 1714See Words from the same year
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Definition of praline for English Language Learners
: a candy made of nuts and boiled sugar
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