Feb 092018
 
German Valentine's Heart Shaped Cake

Show your love with the German Valentine’s Heart cake.  It is great for Valentine’s Day or Mother’s Day. All you need is a heart shaped form which we have seen at ALDI this year! There is nothing better than a home made gift to express your love. Get your baking forms out and try this … read more …

Dec 102017
 
German Red Wine Cake

Easy to make German Red wine cake. Mix all ingredients, pour dough into a form, bake, and finally dust it with sugar. It’s  agreat cake just with a cup of coffee or for the holidays. Happy Baking Ingredients German Red Wine Cake 180 g butter, unsalted 220 g flour 150 g powdered sugar 1 tsp … read more …

Nov 102017
 
Authentic German Cheese Cake Recipe

Authentic German Cheese Cake recipe: Are you looking for an original and authentic German recipe for cheese cake? You found the right recipe among all recipes that you can find online. This recipe is authentic German.  The German Cheese Cake or Käsekuchen is one of the most popular cakes of Germany and almost everyone loves … read more …

Jun 022017
 
Authentic German Raisin Gugelhupf

This is am Authentic German Raisin Gugelhupf  recipe. Have you ever asked yourself where the word “Guglhupf” is coming from? Gugelhupf or Gugelhopf is a Southern German, Austrian, Alsatian, and Swiss term for a marble cake or “Bundt Cake”. In other regions of Germany it is called “Bundkuchen” or “Napfkuchen”. Supposedly the part “Gugel-” is … read more …

Jan 212017
 
German Sweet Bread with Hazelnut Filling - Nusszopf

The “Nusszopf” or German sweet bread with a hazelnut filling is a classic German cake or pastry. It is made out of a yeast dough and filled with almonds or hazelnuts, braided. This is an authentic and proven German recipe. To make this German sweet bread you need to have some baking experience. It’s a … read more …

Dec 152016
 
German Apple Strudel - Authentic Original Recipe

This is an original and authentic German recipe for apple strudel as they made it in Austria way back when all Germany was ruled by the Emperor. It’s been said that the German apple Strudel dough must be so thin that it is possible to see a love letter shining through on the other side. … read more …

Dec 142016
 
German Profiteroles - Windbeutel A German Specialty

German Profiteroles or Windbeutel in German are a German specialty. The origin of both the pastry and its name profiterole are obscure. It was introduced in France by Caterina de’ Medici, wife of Henry II of France, who brought from Tuscany several recipes, including choux pastry and Profiterole. The word profiterole (also spelled prophitrole, profitrolle, … read more …

Dec 062016
 
Weckmann out of Yeast Dough for Christmas

The Weckmann out of yeast dough is a sweet bread that is also called “Stutenkerl, Grittibänz or Klausenmann”. The following recipe is a universal recipe, and can be used for all kinds of other bread and bun specialties. You can make raisin rolls or braided sweet bread (Zopf), or use it as the base for … read more …