Definition of Prune whip
1. Noun. Dessert made of prune puree and whipped cream.
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Literary usage of Prune whip
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1. Infant Care by Mary (Mills) West (1921)
"prune whip. One-third pound prunes, whites of 5 eggs, | cup sugar, •| table- spoonful lemon juice. Pick over and wash prunes, then soak several hours in ..."
2. The Christ Hospital Cook Book: A Collection of Tried and Approved Recipes by Marguerite Deaver (1910)
"Pile lightly on a' serving dish. Chill. Serve with cream or steamed custard. prune whip. Ingredients : 1 cup pulp. ..."
3. The Mendelssohn Club Cook Book by Mendelssohn Club (Rockford, Ill.) (1909)
"prune whip. Beat the whites of 10 eggs stiff. Add to this 1 cup of sugar into which has been stirred J ^ teaspoon cream of tartar. ..."
4. Good Food, how to Prepare it: The Principles of Cooking, and Nearly Five by George E. Cornforth (1920)
"prune whip Remove the stones from stewed prunes, and rub a sufficient quantity ... For Improved prune whip use equal parts of prune pulp and raisin pulp. ..."