- Answer Key
- birthday cake【ˈbɜːrθdeɪ keɪk】
- wedding cake【ˈwedɪŋ keɪk】
- layer cake【ˈleɪər keɪk】
- Swiss roll【ˌswɪs ˈrəʊl】
- cream puff【ˈkriːm pʌf】
- Popsicle 【ˈpɑːpsɪkəl】
- soft-serve ice cream【sɔːft sɜːrv ˈaɪs kriːm】
:sweet food eaten at the end of a meal
:a thin flat round cake made from a mixture of flour, eggs and milk that is fried on both sides, usually eaten hot for breakfast in the US, and in the UK either as a dessert with sugar, jam, etc. or as a main course with meat, cheese, etc.
birthday cake【ˈbɜːrθdeɪ keɪk】
wedding cake【ˈwedɪŋ keɪk】
:a special cake eaten at a wedding party, usually covered with icing and with several layers
layer cake【ˈleɪər keɪk】
:a cake with more than one layer, with jam, cream, etc. between the layers
:a small cake, baked in a paper container that is like a cup in shape and often with icing on top
Swiss roll【ˌswɪs ˈrəʊl】
:a thin flat cake that is spread with jam, etc. and rolled up
:a small, light cake with two round halvesmade from egg white, sugar, and almonds, with a creamy layer between them, which can have many different colours and flavours:
:a dry, flat cake with a pattern of squares on both sides, often eaten with sweet sauce, cream, etc. on top
:a baked dish of fruit or meat and/or vegetables with pastry on the bottom, sides and top
:a long thin cake for one person, made of light pastry, filled with cream and usually with chocolate on top
:a frozen dessert (= a sweet dish) made with cream and eggs and with fruit, chocolate, etc. to make it taste sweet
cream puff【ˈkriːm pʌf】
:a cake made of light pastry filled with cream
:a small cake made of fried dough, usually in the shape of a ring, or round and filled with jam, fruit, cream, etc.
:a mixture of flour, fat and water or milk that is rolled out flat to be a base or cover for a pie, etc.
:a cold dessert (= a sweet dish) made with cream and egg whites and with fruit, chocolate, etc. to give it a sweet taste; a similar dish made with fish, vegetables, etc.
:a piece of ice that tastes of fruit, served on a stick
:a sweet frozen food made from sugar, water and fruit juice, often eaten as a dessert
soft-serve ice cream【sɔːft sɜːrv ˈaɪs kriːm】
:a thick white liquid food, made by adding bacteria to milk, served cold and often with fruit added; an amount of this sold in a small pot