An Alice B. Toklas brownie, also known as an Alice B. Tokin' brownie or more colloquially as a bud brownie, magic brownie, or special brownie, is a type of hash cookie (a cake containing cannabis). Eating such a brownie can result in a similar psychoactive effect or "high" as smoking marijuana, although it may be delayed or mitigated due to slower absorption of the tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) through the digestive tract. It is also seen as a smoother "high". Products containing cannabis are widely available in cannabis coffee shops in the Netherlands (and various European cities), where consumption use of marijuana is effectively legal. Alice B. Toklas brownie"

An apple crisp is a somewhat loosely-defined American dessert (although even nationality is not firmly established). It usually consists of cooked apples topped with toasted or baked oats. It often uses cinnamon and other spices, perhaps combined with butter or margarine, flour, and/or sugar to form a crispy topping. Many different kinds and combinations of fruit can be used in the treat. Apple crisp"

An Arctic Roll is a British dessert made of ice cream wrapped in sponge cake to form a roll, often with jam between the sponge and the ice cream. It is commonly served in school. Americans do not know this phrase. It comes from jam roll (known in the United States as jelly roll). Arctic Roll"

Baked Alaska (also known as glace au four, omelette á la norvégienne, Norwegian omelette and omelette surprise) is a dessert made of ice cream, straight from the freezer placed in a pie dish lined with slices of sponge cake, Christmas pudding or similar and topped with meringue. The entire dessert is then placed in an extremely hot oven just long enough to firm the meringue. Baked Alaska"

Baklava (or baklawa) is a popular sweet pastry that forms part of the cuisine of a variety of cultures in the Middle East and the Balkans. It has a high sugar and fat content, making it extremely rich. Baklava"

Banana pudding is a dessert common in the Southern United States consisting of repeated layers of custard, vanilla wafers and sliced bananas placed in a dish, baked and served, sometimes with whipped cream or meringue on top. Banana pudding"

A banana split is an ice cream-based dessert. In its classic form it is served in a long dish called a "boat". It was reportedly invented in 1904 by David E. Strickler a 1906 graduate of the University of Pittsburgh. A banana is cut in two lengthwise (hence the split) and laid in the dish. Variations abound, but the classic banana split is made with scoops of vanilla, chocolate and strawberry ice cream served in a row on the split banana. Pineapple topping is spooned over the vanilla ice cream, chocolate syrup over the chocolate, and strawberry topping over the strawberry. It is garnished with crushed nuts, whipped cream and maraschino cherries. Banana split"

Bananas Foster is a dessert made from bananas and vanilla ice cream, with the sauce made from butter, brown sugar, cinnamon, dark rum, and banana liqueur. The butter, sugar and bananas are cooked, and then the alcohol is added and ignited. The bananas and sauce are then served over the ice cream. Preparation of the dish is often made into a tableside performance. Bananas Foster"

Battenburg cake is a light sponge cake which, when cut in cross-section, displays a distinctive two-by-two check pattern alternately coloured pink and yellow. The cake is covered in marzipan, although the two ends are usually left exposed to display the check pattern. The coloured sections are made by dying half of the cake batter pink, and half yellow, then cutting each resultant sponge into two long, uniform cuboids, and joining them together with a little cream, jam, or icing, to form one cake. Battenburg cake"

Black Forest gateau (also commonly called Black Forest cake in the USA and Australia) is the English name for the southern German dessert Schwarzwälder Kirschtorte (literally " Black Forest cherry cake"). It originated in the Black Forest region of southern Germany, but it is a popular dessert throughout Germany, Austria, and the world. Black Forest gateau"

Blancmange, pronounced [ ], is a jelly dessert made of milk and/or cream, sugar, gelatin or cornstarch, and flavouring (usually almond). It is set in a mould and served cold. Blancmange"

* Blancmange is a jelly dessert made of milk, sugar, gelatin and flavouring. Blancmange (disambiguation)"

Brown Cow is an American brand of yogurt from Antioch, California. They offer a range of yogurt with cream top. Brown Cow (yogurt)"

Champorado is a sweet staple in Filipino cuisine. It is made by boiling sticky rice and cocoa powder to give it a distinctly brown color. It can be served hot or cold and with milk and sugar for taste. Champorado"

A Charlotte is a type of dessert. It is a molded dessert with the shape of a tart where the filling is cooled custard or mousse, usually fruit-flavored (for example apple, pear, or raspberry). The filling is often covered with a thin layer of similarly flavored gelatin. The crust lining is made with ladyfinger cookies or with sponge cake. This is the more modern type of frozen Charlotte. Charlotte (dessert)"

Chendol or cendol is a popular type of dessert/drink that is normally associated with Indian immigrants in Southeast Asia, in countries like Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia and Malaysia. Chendol"

Chocolate cake is a common dessert cake served at many gatherings such as birthday parties and weddings, that contains chocolate. There are many different types of chocolate cake depending on the alteration of the ingredients and chocolate flavoring. Chocolate cake"

A churro is a sweet, fried pastry-based snack, popular in Spain, Latin America, and the USA. It is sometimes referred to as a Spanish doughnut or Mexican doughnut. It is also sometimes referred to as a type of pretzel. The churros of the extremes are called porras, due to the fact that they usually ressemble the form of a club. Churro"

Coalhada is a Brazilian dessert found mostly in Bahia, especially in rural areas. It is made from curdled milk (specifically boiled) and yoghurt, recipes vary but usually contain sugar and/or fruit juices for sweetness. Coalhada"

Cobbler is a traditional American baked dish, usually a dessert. It consists of a filling which is placed in a large baking dish, such as a Dutch oven, which is covered by a layer of pastry as a crust. The result is then baked.
Cobbler (food)"

A compote or kompot ( Cyrillic: компот) is a sweet cooked preparation of whole or cut fruit (such as apples, pears, cherries, strawberries, plums) and sugar, usually more liquid in consistency than jams, jellies or preserves. Compotes may also contain spices. Compote"

In the United States and Canada, a cookie is a small, flat baked cake ( Commonwealth English biscuit). Cookie"

Cool Whip is a brand of imitation whipped cream containing no milk products, called a "whipped topping" by its manufacturer. It was introduced in 1965 by Kraft Foods. Consisting mainly of partially hydrogenated coconut and/or palm kernel oil and high fructose corn syrup, the product is used as a dessert topping, and in some no-bake pie recipes. Cool Whip"

Cranachan is a traditional Scottish dessert. Nowadays it is usually made from a mixture of whipped cream, whisky, honey, and fresh raspberries topped with toasted oatmeal. Earlier recipes for cranachan or cream-crowdie are more austere, omitting the whisky and treating the fruit as an optional extra. Cranachan"

A cream puff is a dessert made from a filled choux pastry (pâte à choux), a warm dough made with water, butter, flour and eggs. The filling is typically whipped cream or custard. The eggs cause the pastry to puff up into a hollow ball which can be filled by injection or by slicing off the top of the pastry which is later replaced. Cream puffs can be topped with powdered sugar, frosting, fruit, or chocolate. Cream puff"