Definition of Prune whip

1. Noun. Dessert made of prune puree and whipped cream.

Generic synonyms: Whip



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prune Whip

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prudishly
prudishness
prudishnesses
pruh
pruina
pruinas
pruinate
pruine
pruines
pruinose
prunable
prune
prune cake
prune whip (current term)
pruned
prunella
prunellas
prunelle
prunelles
prunello
prunelloes
prunellos
pruner
pruners
prunes
pruney
pruniferous
prunin

Literary usage of Prune whip

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

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. ..."

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