Crossword Clue with D
Despot's extremely tetchy outburst
Despot's first name
Despotic Seussian reptile
Despots of old
Desqueaks the Tin Man
Dessert "there's always room for"
Dessert add-on ... or what the answer to each starred clue has?
Dessert after jambalaya
Dessert akin to cobbler
Dessert also called creme caramel
Dessert at many weddings
DESSERT BAKED ALTERNATIVE
DESSERT BIRTHDAY ATTIRE
Dessert brand in the frozen food aisle
Dessert brand once pitched by Bill Cosby
Dessert brand since 1897
Dessert Calvin doesn't like in "Calvin and Hobbes"
Dessert cart array
Dessert cart choice
Dessert cart goodie
Dessert cart offering
Dessert cart selection
Dessert chain with Cotton Candy Freeze
DESSERT CHOCOLATE BAR NUT
Dessert company founded in 1928
dessert consisting of layers of ice cream, fruit, and sauce
Dessert containing mascarpone cheese
DESSERT CREAMY CHEESE
dessert Custard apple relative
Dessert denser than ice cream
Dessert developed by Nabisco in 1912
Dessert display place
Dessert display vehicle
Dessert divided into slices
Dessert eaten with a spoon
DESSERT EGGY CAKE
Dessert enjoyed by the string section?
Dessert fiend on "Sesame Street"
Dessert Florida is famous for
Dessert for a chocoholic
Dessert for a dieter
Dessert for an infant
Dessert for Bill Cosby
Dessert for Edith?
Dessert for Ezra?
Dessert for one
Dessert for one, maybe
Dessert for Peter?
Dessert for the kittens who found their mittens
Dessert from a loaf pan
Dessert from an oven
Dessert from Germany
Dessert from Linz
Dessert garnished with crumbled macaroons
Dessert in "Waitress"
Dessert in a boat
Dessert in a crust
Dessert in a glass
Dessert in a mold
Dessert in a pan
Dessert in a tall glass
Dessert in a tin
Dessert in Apricot, Cherry, Berry Blue, ...
Dessert in Juneau?
Dessert in paper-thin layers
Dessert in the sky?
Dessert item since 1912
Dessert item that was clued as "Mountain: Comb. form" in old crosswords
Dessert line similar to cobbler
dessert made by baking fruit wrapped in pastry
DESSERT MADE OF SWEETENED MILK COAGULATED WITH RENNET
Dessert made primarily of flour, butter, eggs and sugar
Dessert made with espresso
Dessert made with mascarpone cheese
Dessert made with molasses
Dessert made with Oreos
Dessert made with shaved ice and syrup flavoring
Dessert maker ___ Lee
Dessert maker's equipment
Dessert maker's shortcut
Dessert menu item
Dessert menu items
Dessert menu phrase
Dessert named for a measurement
Dessert not for the calorie-conscious
Dessert not for the diet-conscious
Dessert of baked fruit
DESSERT of cake, fruit and custard
Dessert of chilled fruit and coconut
Dessert of cooked fruit
Dessert of ladyfingers, mascarpone, chocolate, and espresso
Dessert of pureed fruit and cream
Dessert of sponge cake cream and wine
Dessert of stewed fruit
DESSERT OF STEWED OR BAKED FRUIT
DESSERT of yeast and dried fruit
Dessert often baked in a ramekin
Dessert often described as "decadent"
Dessert often layered
Dessert often made with cream cheese frosting
Dessert often served à la mode
Dessert often topped with caramel sauce
Dessert often topped with cream cheese (1990-93)
Dessert often topped with streusel
Dessert often with cream cheese icing
Dessert on a stick
dessert or sweet sauce made with egg yolks, sugar, and wine
Dessert order, perhaps
Dessert pizza topping
Dessert pizza topping at Domino's
Dessert request always filled
DESSERT RISTORANTE BEVERAGE
Dessert served in a boat
Dessert served in a bowl
Dessert served in hospitals
Dessert served in triangular slices
Dessert served in wedges
Dessert served to waiting commuters?
Dessert set with gelatin
Dessert similar to a cobbler
Dessert similar to tapioca
Dessert so-called for its portions of flour, butter, eggs and sugar
Dessert sometimes colored with beet juice
Dessert sometimes topped with another dessert
dessert Spanish 1930s queen
Dessert such as Danish
Dessert table container
Dessert table vessel
Dessert that Florida is famous for
Dessert that is prepared from the roots of cassava plant
Dessert that jiggles
Dessert that just sounds wrong
Dessert that makes one feel warm and toasty?
Dessert that may be hot and cold
Dessert that may include a banana
Dessert that might sit in your stomach like cement
Dessert that originated in New Orleans
Dessert that sounds like dirt
Dessert that ties into the puzzle's theme
Dessert that wobbles
Dessert that's been out for too long?
Dessert that's easy to prepare?
Dessert that's lit on fire
Dessert that's often topped with berries
Dessert that's out of this world?
Dessert that's shaky when it's firm
DESSERT TO A BRIT
DESSERT TO DIETERS
Dessert topped with crumbled macaroons
Dessert topped with meringue (... 5-9)
Dessert topper ... or a literal hint to what's hidden in 20-, 29- and 44-Across
dessert topper from a can
Dessert traditionally served with an RC Cola in the South
Dessert tray choices
Dessert tray items
Dessert typically cooked outside
Dessert used to teach fractions
Dessert whipped up in a pastry shop
Dessert whipped up on a dairy farm
Dessert whipped up on an orchard
Dessert whose name is French for "lightning"
Dessert whose name means "peasant woman"
Dessert wine ... also what can fill the square at the crossing of 50-Across and 51-Down
DESSERT WINE AMBER
Dessert wine at a card game gathering?
Dessert wine from a Portuguese Atlantic island
Dessert wine from Spain