Creamcake

Cream´cake`


n.1.(Cookery) A kind of cake filled with custard made of cream, eggs, etc.
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I used to think happiness came in a creamcake box or could be ordered from a takeaway menu.
The first new Ice CreamCake Bite includes Love Potion #31 ice cream resting over rich chocolate cake, covered in a chocolate-flavored coating and finished with a raspberry-flavored chocolate drizzle.
Toward that end, and taking into account rising raw material input costs, the Erlenbacher Selection range of Strawberry, Mango and Chocolate Cheesecake, Double Chocolate Cake and Bilberry Creamcake has been slightly downsized from 24 to 22 centimeters in diameter.
Breakfast: Wouldn't have breakfast, then, come 10am or 11am, would be going to get a creamcake or doughnut
Her lips, as they folded over a creamcake, were the colour of apricots and for one wet instant divulged her tongue.
It features four flavors distributed in 1,350- to 1,450-gram boxes, namely: Strawberry Cheesecake, Blueberry Creamcake, Mandarin-Lemon Creamcake, and Marbled Chocolate Cheesecake.
NOBODY watching Graeme Storm playing with Phil Mickelson at Loch Lomond yesterday would have guessed he had worked cleaning trays outside a creamcake factory just four years ago.
If you're feeling a bit emotional, stressed or sad, try calling a friend or downloading some funny video clips - anything except scoffing that second creamcake and feeling guilty afterwards.
In addition, the older plant could not match the efficiencies of the new facility which was announced last June as part of a major expansion effort for the company, which was projected to include new product lines such as cheesecakes in addition to the traditional Carvel ice creamcakes.
Bled is well-known for its vanilla creamcakes, which have a golden crispy crust and melt in the mouth, and the Park Hotel in Bled is a good place to try them.
Find the crest of the rise with your tee shot and the downhill run to the green is as tempting as a plateful of creamcakes.