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A ___ is a deep-dish dessert that can be made with a variety of fruit. The topping is a crumbled biscuit, except the crust is broken up during the baking process and pushed down into the fruit.
A ____, or ____, is more common in New England than in the Pacific Northwest. This dessert is similar to a cobbler but is usually cooked on top of the stove.
A __ is a dessert with a filling (in this case, fruit) with a bottom crust and an optional top crust.
A ______ has a cake batter poured in a single layer, with berries added to the batter. It is often made with blueberries because the berries sink yet keep their shape in the batter.
A ____ is a simple summer desert made of fruit at its peak layered with whipped cream.
A ___ is a visually stunning dessert made by layering cake, thick cream, and fresh fruit. Sometimes they also contain a small amount of alcohol (such as Cointreau, rum or kirsh).
A ___ is a free form tart that does not require a pan.
A ____ is a simple cake akin to a coffee cake. Moist and tender, it can be eaten with one's fingers and it packs well for picnics.
A __ is a pie without a top crust; the filling can be either fresh or cooked, and often it is coupled with another sweet, creamy filling.
A ____ is a deep-dish fruit pie. It has a dense pastry on top (usually a sweet cream biscuit crust) and a fruit filling, with no crust beneath.
A _____ features fruit that is layered between or on top of dices bread cubes anything from basic white bread to brioche to challah to day-old baguette.
A _______ or a _______ is a baked fruit dessert with a streusel topping. The crumb topping is traditionally made with butter, brown sugar, flour, spices, and sometimes with nuts and oats.