Jul 142020
 
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 …

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Jul 132020
 
German Cake: Granatsplitter from Scratch

The German cake “Granatsplitter” or in English “Chocolate Mountain” is a typical German cake specialty, or you could also call it a sweet pastry. So what is is exactly? In the bakeries it is made out of the left overs from cakes and Tortenboden (layered cake biscuit). The cake left overs are mixed with a … read more …

Jul 072020
 
How to Make German Quince Jam Jelly

Learn today how to make German Quince Jam Jelly without the special “Gelierzucker”, the sugar for jams that you only can get online or in special German shops in the USA. In this recipe you would be using regular sugar. It’s been said that the jelly wont get milky and stays clear, and has an … read more …

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Jun 222020
 
Leipziger Allerlei Recipe - German Vegetable Dish

Leipziger Allerlei is a German Vegetable recipe that makes a delicious side dish. This German recipe is an original recipe from the German city Leipzig that you will love. Leipziger Allerlei contains of fresh peas, carrots, asparagus, mushrooms or morels. You also can add green beans, cauliflower, or kohlrabi. The classic recipe adds additionally river … read more …

Jun 122020
 
Simple German Pancake Recipe

We have several pancake recipes on this website but today I found an authentic German recipe that was too simple to be true! It’s a proven recipe, nothing can fail. Make these pancakes for your Sunday brunch, for a dessert with ice cream and whipped cream or just for a treat with Nutella or maple … read more …

May 242020
 
German Ice Cream Dessert Banana Split

The German Ice cream dessert Banana split is served in every ice cream parlor – Eisdiele – in Germany. The origin is actually from the USA, from Latrobe, a city in Pennsylvania. It’s been said to use three different ice cream flavors: vanilla, chocolate and strawberry. The German version is using two: vanilla and chocolate. … read more …

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