CC Madhya 15.216

kāṅji-baḍā, dugdha-ciḍā, dugdha-laklakī
āra yata piṭhā kaila, kahite nā śaki
Word for word: 
kāṅji-baḍā — cakes made with sour rice-water; dugdha-ciḍā — sweet rice mixed with milk; dugdha-laklakī — another preparation of milk and cakes to be licked up; āra — and; yata — various types of; piṭhā — cakes; kaila — made; kahite — to describe; śaki — I am not able.
Translation: 
There were kāṅji-baḍā, dugdha-ciḍā, dugdha-laklakī and various cakes that I am unable to describe.