Jan 062017
 
Best German Apple Cake - Authentic Recipe

The best German apple cake is called “versunkener Apfelkuchen” in German. Versunken means sunken and the apples sink into the dough. It is a very easy recipe that you will love. It tastes great with a cup of coffee and is an ideal “Kaffee and Kuchen” Cake for Sunday. If you don’t have apples you … read more …

 January 6, 2017  Posted by at 6:23 am Apple Cake - easy and good, The Best Apple Cake Tagged with: , , , , ,  No Responses »
Aug 122016
 
German Baumkuchen Recipe - Most Special Cake

Today you will learn how to make the most special cake of this world! It is the German Baumkuchen recipe or “tree cake” in English. We think gods must have invented this cake recipe. It is heavenly! In Germany you can find the Baumkuchen in many bakeries and Cafes. It is actually not so difficult … read more …

 August 12, 2016  Posted by at 2:06 pm Baumkuchen Cake, German Recipes Tagged with: , ,  No Responses »
Apr 172015
 
German Gluten Free Almond Cake

  German gluten free almond cake or “Torte” is a German baking specialty for a nice traditional Kaffee and Kuchen afternoon. Torte is not exactly a cake as it is mostly made using a butter cream. If you cannot eat products with flour this cake is a wonderful alternative. Easy to make without needing special … read more …

 April 17, 2015  Posted by at 11:14 am German Recipes Tagged with: , , , , , ,  No Responses »
Jul 312014
 
Streusel Cake with Plum Butter

Streusel Cake with Plum butter (Pflaumenmus in German) is an easy German cake that even beginners will be manage successfully. If you don’t have plum butter  here is the recipe to make it – Go to Recipe – But you can also use different jams like apricot, red currant or raspberry. Plum Butter of Pflaumenmus … read more …

 July 31, 2014  Posted by at 6:00 am Streusel Cake w Plum Butter Tagged with: , , , ,  2 Responses »
Apr 112014
 
Gugelhupf with Raisins

The Gugelhupf with raisins is a classic German cake recipe. Where does the word come from? Gugelhupf or Gugelhopf is a Southern German, Austrian, Alsatian, and Swiss term for a marble cake or Bundt cake. In the rest of Germany it is called “Bundkuchen” or “Napfkuchen”. Supposedly the part “Gugel-” is a variation of the … read more …

Jan 112014
 
German Pear Cake

The German pear cake is so easy to make and you don’t even have to find quark; the recipe is using Greek yoghurt which is very creamy and should have some far, so don’t use the non-fat version. Just mix all ingredients together and bake it – done. Happy Baking! Ingredients German Pear Cake (for … read more …

 January 11, 2014  Posted by at 10:25 am Pear Cake Tagged with: , , , ,  No Responses »
Jan 092014
 
Authentic German Rose Cake Rosenkuchen

Rosenkuchen is a typical German cake recipe specialty that gets the name from the rose as it looks like a rose. It is made out of a yeast dough and combines 10-12 filled rolls. What a wonderful cake for the Sunday Kaffee und Kuchen table! Your family and friends will love it. It is similiar … read more …

 January 9, 2014  Posted by at 7:52 pm Rosenkuchen Tagged with: , , , , ,  No Responses »