What is the difference between dessert and appetizer?
As nouns the difference between appetizer and dessert is that appetizer is (usually|in the plural) a small, light, and usually savory first course in a meal while dessert is a sweet confection served as the last course of a meal.
What is the difference between a pudding and a dessert?
Americans would call the sweet forms "dessert," with "pudding" reserved for the aforementioned very limited creamy types of dessert. … But the most obvious difference in the U.K. and Ireland between a pudding and a dessert is that a dessert must be sweet, but a pudding can be sweet or savory.