Mar 062018
 
German Cremeschnitte without Filo Dough

Find out how to make the pastry Cremeschnitte without filo or puff pastry dough. This is a proven German recipe with origin from Poland where they call this pastry “Napoleonka” or “Kremowka”. Many Cremeschnitten recipes ask for filo dough but not this one. There is no difference in taste, even the recipe is asking for … read more …

Jun 142017
 
German Apple Pastry with Egg Liquor

The German apple pastry contains egg liquor and quark. Both ingredients are not usual items in US supermarkets. You can make quark at home – GO TO THE QUARK RECIPE – and get egg liquor in German specialty stores or for example at Shop wine direct – or you can make it at home – … read more …

 June 14, 2017  Posted by at 9:45 am Apple Pastry, German Pastry Recipes Tagged with: ,  No Responses »
Feb 162017
 
Sweet German Apple Krapfen - Authentic German

The Sweet German Apple Krapfen are little apple pancakes or in Swabia we call them “Apfelküchle”. It is an authentic German recipe that is easy to make. It is using the German vanilla pudding. A substitute would be some drops vanilla extract and corn starch. Happy Cooking! Ingredients Sweet German Apple Krapfen 2 eggs 40 … read more …

 February 16, 2017  Posted by at 7:35 pm Apple Krapfen, German Pastry Recipes Tagged with: ,  No Responses »
Jan 122017
 
Berliner Donuts - Popular German Pastry

The Berliner Donuts are the most popular pastry in Germany especially around the carnival season (February/March). Let us tell you a bit more about this German tradition of carnival: As you probably know, Germany is the European center for this celebration. Before spring “Karneval”,  “Fasching” or “Fasnacht” will be celebrated in many regions of Germany. In Cologne, … read more …

Dec 192016
 
German Snowball Pastry from Rothenburg

If you ever had been visiting the German City Rotheburg ob der Tauber you probably have visited the bakery where they make the German Snowball Pastry BUT only during winter! In German: Schneeball. Schneeball means snowball in English, and is a pastry made from shortcrust dough. The name comes from the form of a snowball … read more …

 December 19, 2016  Posted by at 10:36 am Snowball Pastry Tagged with: , , , , ,  No Responses »
Sep 012016
 
Apple Turnovers - Authentic German Apfeltaschen

Apple Turnovers or in German Apfelmaultaschen is a traditional and historic German recipe. The specialty is rumored to have been invented by monks of the German monastery Maulbronn (located in Baden-Wurtemberg) to conceal the fact that they were eating meat during lent. The monks hid the meat inside of the Maultaschen, believing that God couldn’t … read more …

Jul 232016
 
Buchteln Recipe - Austrian German Dessert

Buchteln are an Austrian specialty and the most famous ones are served in the Cafe Hawelka in Vienna. The origin of the dish Buchteln is the region of a former German part called “Bohemia” (Boehmen), but the recipes has found its way to Austria and Germany. In German they are called “Ofennudeln” which means translated … read more …

Jan 132016
 
Franzbrötchen Cinnamon Rolls from Hamburg

The Franzbrötchen cinnamon rolls from Hamburg is a traditional pastry of the German city Hamburg. Back in 1806 to 1814 the French occupied Hamburg and during that time a so called “Franzbrot” was made which is known as baguette today. During that time a baker from Hamburg accidentally  made the rolls by searing such a … read more …

 January 13, 2016  Posted by at 7:47 am Franzbroetchen, German Recipes Tagged with: , , , , ,  No Responses »