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 »
Aug 072016
 
German Topkiss Cake - A Special Cake from Germany

German Topkiss or Topkuss Cake is a German crispy waffle combined with creamy foam, and surrounded by dark chocolate. The company “Grabower Süsswaren” is a German food company based in Grabow. It was founded in 1835 by Johann Bollhagen, and it is producing a range of different biscuits and cakes. One of the popular sweets … read more …






 August 7, 2016 Posted by at 6:30 am German Bakery, Mohrenkopfkuchen, Topkiss Cake Tagged with: , , , , ,  No Responses »
Aug 042016
 
Black Forest Gugelhupf - Authentic German

The Black Forest Gugelhupf is a German cake that is containing sour cherries and Kirschschnaps, the famous brandy from the Black Forest. If you don’t want to use the brandy you might want to add some rum flavor which contains no alcohol. The cake should be made in a gugelhupf form but if you don’t … read more …






 August 4, 2016 Posted by at 5:11 pm Black Forest Gugelhupf, German Recipes Tagged with: , , ,  No Responses »
Aug 032016
 
Marmorkuchen Marble Cake - Best German Cake

  The German Marmorkuchen Marble cake is one of these typical cakes that are a “must have” for the traditional “coffee and cake” on Sunday afternoon. This is the traditional “Kaffee und Kuchen” time. German families and friends like to meet Sunday afternoons to enjoy a cup of coffee or tea and a piece of … read more …






Aug 012016
 
Swabian Red Currant Cake - Authentic German Cake

The Swabian Red Currant cake or “Schwaebischer Traeubleskuchen” is a traditional summer cake from the Southern Swabia region in Germany (region around Stuttgart and Karlsruhe down to the Lake of Constance). Many Germans have a garden and red currant bushes are very common and can be found in almost every garden. With the berries you … read more …






 August 1, 2016 Posted by at 8:51 am Swabian Red Currant Cake Tagged with: , , ,  No Responses »
Jul 272016
 
Traditional Authentic German Austrian Linzer Cake

  The Linzer cake is to be said to be the oldest-known in the world. For a long time a recipe from 1696 in the city library of Vienna was the oldest one known. But in 2005 the library director of the upper Austrian Museum found an older recipe from 1653 of Verona. There are numerous legends … read more …






 July 27, 2016 Posted by at 1:23 am Austrian Recipes, Linzer Cake, Linzer Cake, Linzer Torte Tagged with: , , ,  No Responses »
Jul 262016
 
German Streusel Cake with Vanilla Pudding

There is nothing better than a German Streusel Cake with Vanilla Pudding with a cup of coffee or tea. This is an authentic and proven German cake recipe. Streusel means “crumbles” and in English that would be a “Crumble Cake”. The German Streusel cake is very easy to make and if you don’t want to … read more …






 July 26, 2016 Posted by at 9:40 am Streusel Cake w Pudding Tagged with: , , , ,  No Responses »
Jul 232016
 
Authentic Recipe Sacher Cake

  The history of the Sacher Cake or Sachertorte in German begins in 1832, when Prince Metternich ordered his personal chef with creating a special dessert for several important guests. But the master chef head chef got sick, so the task was handed to a boy of 16 years named Franz Sacher who was an … read more …






 July 23, 2016 Posted by at 4:26 am Sachertorte, Sachertorte Tagged with: , , , , ,  No Responses »