quaking pudding – British custard made with bread crumbs, cream, eggs, sugar, and spices.
quark – An Austrian soft uncured cheese that is similar to cottage cheese. It has a creamy texture and tangy taste and is often used in European pastries.
quart – A volume measurement equivalent to 4 cups, or 2 pints, or 32 fluid ounces.
queen of puddings – British vanilla custard made with bread crumbs, spread with jam, and topped with browned meringue.
queen of Sheba – A French chocolate cake made with ground almonds and egg whites. After baking the center sinks slightly while cooling, and is filled with crème anglaise.
quick bread – A sweet or savory bread made with eggs and baking powder or baking soda for leavening instead of yeast. Quick breads are normally light and moist and can be served as a snack, afternoon tea, or dessert. See recipe for Zucchini Bread.
quindin – A Brazilian custard made with coconut milk, sugar, and eggs.
qt – the abbreviation for quart.