Bavarian cream

a dessert made with custard, gelatin, and whipped cream.
a cold dessert consisting of a rich custard set with gelatine and flavoured in various ways Also called (French) bavarois (bavarwa)


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  • Bavarois

    Bavarian cream. Historical Examples For all bavarois the forms may be lined first with jelly and decorated with fruits, nuts, currants, etc. Desserts and Salads Gesine Lemcke Turn out on platter, and serve with whipped cream or raspberry syrup, separate or around the bavarois. The Hotel St. Francis Cook Book Victor Hirtzler noun See bavaroise

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