YOU CAN FINALLY USE THIS EMOJI ! One Top makes this creme caramel too easy! Get …

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YOU CAN FINALLY USE THIS EMOJI 🍮! One Top makes this creme caramel too easy!
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25 comments

  1. Mary Hudson said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    I wouldn’t want that cake, one of the eggs had a blood spot on it

  2. Robert Winer said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    Michel Mercado bro… Does your momma make flan? If so you are gonna have to bring me some and some tacos al pastor when we fix the rear end…

  3. Evgenia Kirilova said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    Flan has a corn starch, cream caramel does not. The texture of the caramel is lighter than the flan. It is a super delicious dessert, and can be made in the oven, as well.

  4. Tori Mingo said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    People love taking something from others’ culture changing the name and feeling as though they invented something 🤦🏽‍♀️it’s flan talking bout some “velvety caramel cream” smh

  5. Vanessa Candas de Jongh said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    That emoji is for flan …. it even comes out when you type it 😒

  6. Penelope Danos said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    Demetra Danos I just realized all this time when we say it in Greek it just meant Greek caramel …. κρέμα καραμέλε

  7. Penpun Tucker said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    We called in caramel pudding in Thailand.

  8. Meyla Milian Sanchez said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    what in gentrification “creme caramel” THIS IS FLAN

  9. Alicia Morejon said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    Saryn Francis why tf are they not calling this Flan. Look at this CAUCASITY!!!!!!

  10. Al Regalia said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    This is called leche flan in Philippines. too funny..

  11. Nicholas Kemp said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    Professionals say you should never stir your caramel until the very end

  12. Tasty said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    What do you call this: caramel or flan? 😱
    Either way, you can make it with the One Top <3!
    Get yours here: https://goo.gl/gt2ox1

  13. Salwa Shehab said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    I don’t remember how did mummy used to make it was it something like this? Sara Shehab Shehab Raouf Hafez Mohamed

  14. Binh Hoang said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    Actually you can call it both ways, cause in Vietnam we call it flan in the south, and caramel in the north (short for creme caramel). It’s a popular dish in Spanish and French old colonies.

  15. Donaya Mone' Forster said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    Soooo buzzfeed did you mean flan?? What the hell is a creme caramel??

  16. Samad Khan said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    Anyone (early 30s and younger) remember this?
    I’ll give you a hint: Cartoonnetwork

    Buy Flantasy Flan

  17. Jessica DeLeon said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    Anyone else bothered by the blood in the egg? I would’ve thrown it away

  18. Diane Jacobsen said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    I want the stove…what is it? Ruined it for me when I saw the bloodshot in the egg!!! Should have been cracked seperately

  19. Mary Espeut-Campanelli said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    OMG!! Now I know why I love this so much. All that sugar and cream🤣

  20. Rikki Rogers said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    I love the happy, carefree music like this isn’t freaking rocking science… LOL That said… YUM!!!!!

  21. William Himmelstoss said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    If they called it flan there would be a thousand comments saying why it isn’t flan.

  22. Cee Mills said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    when i was in “life skills” class in 7th grade they said that if the egg had red, it was bad. was that wrong? we got lied to a lot in school

  23. Ruan Oliveira said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    This dessert is from Brazil and the name is “pudim” 🙂

  24. Kristi Biffar said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    You mean flan?

  25. Sawyer Smith said on December 8, 2017 Reply

    … Do you guys mean “pot” instead of “top?”

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