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Fresh whipped cream added a sweet flourish to both a bright lemon tart and a resolute flourless chocolate cake, while crème brûlée wore a lacy crown of crackled sugar.
In the meantime, diners can snag one of the following new dishes: Co-Reactor Pancakes: Crystal crunch rocks and citrus sauce are provided to pour over the pancakes, which are already covered in strawberries, strawberry sauce and whipped cream.
Top strawberries with light whipped cream for dessert.
Later, after the barking had died down, Poon sprayed whipped cream on the pinata so the dogs would come up and lick it.
Some are beautiful, handmade creations, some are just store-bought crust, a can of pumpkin pie filling and some whipped cream from a canister.
Enjoy with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or homemade whipped cream.
Remove from the tart pans; serve warm, with whipped cream for passing at the table.
The Will & Grace Shake, a reference to the popular television series that includes cinnamon, marshmallow, frozen custard, fudge, whipped cream and cinnamon sugar.
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WHIPPING CREAM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of whipping cream for English Language Learners
: a kind of cream that becomes thicker when it is stirred or beaten very quickly
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