confection

Mixture vs Confection - What's the difference?

mixture | confection |


As nouns the difference between mixture and confection

is that mixture is the act of mixing while confection is a food item prepared very sweet, frequently decorated in fine detail, and often preserved with sugar, such as a candy, sweetmeat, fruit preserve, pastry, or cake.

As a verb confection is

to make into a confection, prepare as a confection.

Confection vs Confectionaries - What's the difference?

confection | confectionaries |


As nouns the difference between confection and confectionaries

is that confection is a food item prepared very sweet, frequently decorated in fine detail, and often preserved with sugar, such as a candy, sweetmeat, fruit preserve, pastry, or cake while confectionaries is .

As a verb confection

is to make into a confection, prepare as a confection.

Confection vs Bake - What's the difference?

confection | bake |


As nouns the difference between confection and bake

is that confection is a food item prepared very sweet, frequently decorated in fine detail, and often preserved with sugar, such as a candy, sweetmeat, fruit preserve, pastry, or cake while bake is nautical traffic sign or buoy.

As a verb confection

is to make into a confection, prepare as a confection.

Snacks vs Confection - What's the difference?

snacks | confection |


As nouns the difference between snacks and confection

is that snacks is while confection is a food item prepared very sweet, frequently decorated in fine detail, and often preserved with sugar, such as a candy, sweetmeat, fruit preserve, pastry, or cake.

As verbs the difference between snacks and confection

is that snacks is (snack) while confection is to make into a confection, prepare as a confection.

Confection vs Bakery - What's the difference?

confection | bakery |


As nouns the difference between confection and bakery

is that confection is a food item prepared very sweet, frequently decorated in fine detail, and often preserved with sugar, such as a candy, sweetmeat, fruit preserve, pastry, or cake while bakery is a shop in which bread (and often other baked goods such as cakes) is baked and/or sold.

As a verb confection

is to make into a confection, prepare as a confection.

Cower vs Confection - What's the difference?

cower | confection |


As verbs the difference between cower and confection

is that cower is to crouch or cringe, or to avoid or shy away from something, in fear or cower can be (obsolete|transitive) to cherish with care while confection is to make into a confection, prepare as a confection.

As a noun confection is

a food item prepared very sweet, frequently decorated in fine detail, and often preserved with sugar, such as a candy, sweetmeat, fruit preserve, pastry, or cake.

Icecream vs Confection - What's the difference?

icecream | confection |


As nouns the difference between icecream and confection

is that icecream is while confection is a food item prepared very sweet, frequently decorated in fine detail, and often preserved with sugar, such as a candy, sweetmeat, fruit preserve, pastry, or cake.

As a verb confection is

to make into a confection, prepare as a confection.

Snack vs Confection - What's the difference?

snack | confection |


As nouns the difference between snack and confection

is that snack is snack (a light meal) while confection is a food item prepared very sweet, frequently decorated in fine detail, and often preserved with sugar, such as a candy, sweetmeat, fruit preserve, pastry, or cake.

As a verb confection is

to make into a confection, prepare as a confection.

Confection vs Marmalade - What's the difference?

confection | marmalade | Related terms |

Confection is a related term of marmalade.


As nouns the difference between confection and marmalade

is that confection is a food item prepared very sweet, frequently decorated in fine detail, and often preserved with sugar, such as a candy, sweetmeat, fruit preserve, pastry, or cake while marmalade is citrus fruit variant of jam but distinguished by being made slightly bitter by the addition of the peel and by partial caramelisation during manufacture most commonly made with seville oranges, and usually qualified by the name of the fruit when made with other types of fruit.

As verbs the difference between confection and marmalade

is that confection is to make into a confection, prepare as a confection while marmalade is to spread marmalade on.

Jam vs Confection - What's the difference?

jam | confection | Related terms |

Jam is a related term of confection.


As a symbol jam

is the iso 3166-1 three-letter (alpha-3) code for jamaica.

As a noun confection is

a food item prepared very sweet, frequently decorated in fine detail, and often preserved with sugar, such as a candy, sweetmeat, fruit preserve, pastry, or cake.

As a verb confection is

to make into a confection, prepare as a confection.

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