- adj. Resembling or characteristic of butterscotch.
- butterscotch + -y (Wiktionary)
“Now that is my kind of cookie .. thin and butterscotchy! debbie Apr 17”
“I prefer Jamie's toffee sauce to any of the butterscotchy varieties which appear to have been inspired by Francis Coulson's "original" version, but it strikes me that I'm missing a trick by simply pouring it over the pudding – it would be nice to have that sweet stickiness throughout.”
“It was not butterscotchy at all - still good but not what I expected.”
“A simple, prairie-school design wrought of creamy ivory opaque glass, broken up with bits of butterscotchy amber, rich plums, and perhaps even small hints of deep ruby red or emeraldish green.”
“It worked really well for me and was delicious and fully butterscotchy and yummy.”
“The subtle but lovely butterscotchy flavors of the cookie dough were overshadowed by the intense chocolate flavor from the brownie.”
“The apple notes carried through the flavors, and the aftertaste turned butterscotchy and rich.”
“The frosting was sweet and not gritty and the dip was butterscotchy goodness.”
“These cookies have the wonderful, buttery, butterscotchy flavor of a Toll House cookie, but they keep their shape better.”
“As a result, they have that butterscotchy flavor that I adore and a nice, deep brown color if you use the recommended dark brown sugar.”
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