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Definition of brandy snap in English:

noun

British
A crisp rolled gingerbread wafer, usually filled with cream.
Example sentences
  • The dessert menu was a treat for any child, with sticky toffee pudding, steamed orange sponge or ice cream in a brandy snap basket.
  • The flavours of the creme brulee and coconut ice cream worked perfectly with the brandy snap, which provided the subtle accent needed to bring them into their own.
  • This enabled me to enjoy a pretty decent cheeseboard (though the epoisse looked distressingly dry in its sad little box) and perfect little puddings that included a tiny Cornetto and a corking brandy snap.

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