What do they call ice cubes in London?

What is Jelly UK?

Jelly (UK) / Jello (US)

In the UK, Jelly is the wobbly dessert that you eat with ice cream when you’re a kid. Americans children eat it too, but they call it “Jello”.

What do they call donuts in England?

There are two common spellings of the dessert; doughnut and donut. The former is considered the UK spelling and the latter the Americanised version. Often Americanisms drop the ‘u’, for example in colour versus color.

What do they call peanut butter in England?

peanut butter and jelly. In England, not only is peanut butter and jelly not a thing, but their jelly is what I would call jello, like what this rainbow jello cake is made out of. And what I would call jelly, they call jam.

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