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  1. Kentuckylady717

    I have always seen it spelled CREME…..don’t really know the reason tho…but they are delicious, if you get them from the right place 🙂 everyone doesn’t know how to make them 🙂 KEIM’S bakery has good ones…have you had one from there ?
    They look hard to make….I’ll just buy one when I want it 🙂 they are rich too…..
    Hope someone on here knows the reason for the spelling and which is correct…..

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  2. Kentuckylady717

    Sorry Kevin, guess I overlooked the second part of msg. you said the same thing about Keim’s Creme Horns 🙂 so you have been there eh? I love to go there…..

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  3. Tiffanie of Truly Skrumptious

    Thanks for the recipe/directions. It helps me know how to make the shell. I prefer them with real whipped cream though. The spelling is “creme” because that is the French word for cream. So I guess we use their version/spelling for them? At least that’s how I’ve always seen them spelled…

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