[ mˈʌd pˈa͡ɪ], [ mˈʌd pˈaɪ], [ m_ˈʌ_d p_ˈaɪ]
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How to use "Mud pie" in context?
Mud pie is an ice cream treat that is remarkably simple to make. Simply mix together some whole milk, vanilla extract, and cornstarch, pour it into an ice cream maker, and churn out a homemade version of this nostalgic favorite. Because mud pie is made with whole milk, it's a little higher in calorie and sugar content than store-bought ice cream, but it's also a delicious way to add some extra nutrients to your diet. If you're looking for a tasty and simple dessert that can be enjoyed by everyone in your family, mud pie is a great option.
Homophones for Mud pie:
- midwife, made-up, mouth off, meadow pea, mouth bow, mudhif, muddy up, man and wife, monotype, mdiv, meat pie, motif, modify, mount up, mid-off, matte up, motive, matt-up, manitoba, Minamata Bay, mat up, meditative, mutative, mud puppy.
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