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Can you name the desserts listed below?
Updated Jun 13, 2016
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Rodgers and Hammerstein
Often comes in 31 flavors
Juneau you'd like this ice cream on a cake base topped with browned meringue
Brand of gelatin that 'There's Always Room for'
Pastry made of Phyllo dough often featured in Arab cuisine
Toasted marshmallows, chocolate and graham cracker sandwich
Italian dessert with coffee and liquor-soaked layers of sponge cake
Strawberry, chocolate, and vanilla ice cream
A light, sweet cake made with eggs but no shortening (don't use it to clean your counters)
Long, thin choux pastry filled with cream, originally from France
Fruit on a biscuit, also a character created by American Greetings
Non-angelic chocolate layer cake
Cold fermented dairy product not unlike soft-serve ice cream
Soft chocolate, shaped into a ball and dusted with cocoa
Molasses flavored man or house
Custard topped with caramelized sugar (French for burnt cream)
Spicy baked pudding of apples and bread crumbs (disliked in 'The Catcher in the Rye')
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Made from equal amounts flour, butter, sugar and eggs (and fruit, if you're British)
Jelly-like, sticky confection a favorite of the White Witch
Usually made from ricotta or cream cheese and topped with fruit; also a 'Factory'
Means 'frozen' in Italian with flavors like spumoni and stracciatella
Soft caramel topped custard
Deep-fried dough pastry also called a Spanish doughnut
Judy Blume's favorite soft creamy candy made of sugar, milk, butter, and flavoring
Homer Simpson's and Krispy Kreme's primary love
Iced dessert often comes in orange, lemon, or rainbow
A food coated in batter and deep fried, or to squander
Flambéed dessert prepared for one of Queen Victoria's celebrations
Sweet layered pastry with a filling inside often associated with the Austrian cuisine
Miniature choux pastry often filled with ice or whipped cream
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