I feel i`m getting some form of diabetes everytime I hear about a new version of Android. Chris Ziegler over at Theverge has been advised by ‘reliable’ sources, that after Google has released Jelly Bean (a name hinted at but not confirmed yet by Google) they will then work on the next version to be called Key Lime Pie, no mention of version number as even Jelly Bean has no version number assigned either.

A quick search around the internet hasn`t really shown me any other immediately logical dessert names beginning with ‘K’ so I guess we`ll go with Key Lime Pie, personally I’ve never had Key Lime Pie before, so I’ll probably give this recipe for Key Lime Pie a try. How about you guys, any other suggestions for a K dessert that Google could use?

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    Andrew Mosey

    Koeksister; a South African syrup-coated doughnut in a twisted or braided shape. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Koeksister


    For L version it will be easier ‘Lollipop’

    Sean Hatton

    Kinder Surprise!


    What about Kouign Amann ? http://www.k4kouign.eu/ 🙂


    They won’t use a trademarked name like Kit Kat or Kahlua. Perhaps something related to kiwi fruit.


    That was my other thought. Still, surely Google has enough money to buy out Kit Kat, right? lol.

    Daniel Tyson

    Kiwi Fruit?? It`s a fruit!!! I need insulin shock whilst thinking about Android updates lol


    What about “Kit Kat”?

    Daniel Tyson

    Kit-Kat is a trademarked name, they have to stick to with non-trademarked names, which is why J can`t be ‘Jello’

    Bart Simpson

    How about KULFI – its my favourite !!!

    Daniel Tyson

    i`d like to try that, know anywhere I can go to get some in Australia? 


    Indian restaurants sometimes have it.

    Bart Simpson

     Google your closest Indian Grocery Store, they will have it in Frozen foods.


    It’s a bit early for April Fools, isn’t it?


    It’s pretty nice, really tangy with a crumbly biscuit base. 🙂


    I’m thinkng Kalahari or Kahlua Cake, but i’d doubt that Google would go with those names.