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“With the exception of dessert, which includes ice cream-filled profiteroles covered in dark chocolate, there's no room for plate envy at the table.”
“Cadbury introduced its first cream-filled eggs in 1923, and they've remained a seasonal specialty, sold only in the first part of the year—except for a brief attempt in the 1990s to sell them year round.”
“For a chocolate fan, it is definitely worth trying over a whipped cream-filled recipe just for the richness of the mousse.”
“Hershey Farm Restaurant & Inn According to the Food Timeline, an independent research project created by reference librarian Lynne Olver, whoopie pies are the descendants of cream-filled sandwich cakes popular in Europe in the Victorian era.”
“According to the Food Timeline, an independent research project created by reference librarian Lynne Olver, whoopie pies are the descendants of cream-filled sandwich cakes popular in the Victorian era in many European countries.”
“Clyde Weaver market, said he suspected that one possible origin for the whoopie pie was home cooks looking for a creation to replace cream-filled doughnuts, which would be difficult to make in a home kitchen.”
“Now the two have raised the bar on the cream-filled, crunchy pastry at their Manhattan-based Stuffed Artisan Cannolis, which offers 75 unconventional flavors, 11 of which comprise the Liquor Infused collection.”
“You know, people think being the best-selling author of the Pokey Little Bunny™ series of children's books is nothing but cream-filled cupcakes, but they're wrong.”
“We had already devoured our cream-filled cupcakes, and the room now buzzed with anticipation of "Rah Rah Ooolala.”
“Let's say all you really want, much like Woody Harrelson in this horror/comedy, is the spongy tube of cream-filled glory known as a Twinkie?”
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