Definition of crème caramel in English:

crème caramel

Line breaks: crème cara|mel
Pronunciation: /krɛm ˌkarəˈmɛl
 
, ˈkarəmɛl
 
/

noun (plural crèmes caramel pronunc. same or crème caramels /-ˈmɛlz, ˌkarəˈmɛlz/)

[mass noun]
A custard dessert made with whipped cream and eggs and topped with caramel.
More example sentences
  • There were chocolate cake, chocolate mouse, ice cream, crème caramel, cheesecake and custard puffs.
  • An example of pure caramelization is the well-known dessert crème caramel.
  • Go for the ice cream over the more typical crème caramel and crème brûlée.

Origin

French.

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