Dec 122013
Cherry Tartlets

Cherry Tartlets are an individual pastry case with a filling of fruit or other sweet or savory mixture. In Germany we fill them with all kinds of fruit such as strawberries, raspberries or blackberries. The filling also contains quark and if you cannot find it in your supermarket, you can make it easy at home … read more …

Dec 052013
Baked Apples filled with Marzipan

Baked apples with marzipan are awesome for a dessert after a good Christmas dinner like roasted goose. You can serve them with whipped cream, vanilla sauce or vanilla ice cream. In German we call the dessert Bratapfel.  You can buy the marzipan online and it should not contain any sugar. Happy Baking! Ingredients Baked Apples … read more …

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Apr 302013
Ruedesheim Fruit Pot

Ruedesheim Fruit pot or “Ruedesheimer Fruechtetopf” is an original recipe from the house Asbach in Germany. Ingredients Ruedesheim Fruit Pot Take a 3 to 4-litre stoneware, earthenware or china pot, or a jar.Choose either a variety of different fruits or just one kind. Depending on taste, use strawberries, gooseberries, cherries, apricots, peaches, plums, damsons, mirabelles, … read more …

Apr 112013
Rote Gruetze Recipe

It is time for the Rote Gruetze recipe which is a classic German dessert recipe that is not difficult at all and very easy to make. Rote Gruetze comes originally from Scandinavia and Northern Germany. Main ingredients are red berries and red juice. The classic recipe is using red and black currant berries and raspberries. … read more …

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Mar 152013
Pear Dessert Escorial

The Pear dessert Escorial is something very special for a dinner party, a holiday menu or just for fun. What is Escorial? It is “The Ultimate Herbal Liqueur” produced from secret select herbs and spices backed with a high alcohol (56% ABV.) for a truly unique balance of dryness, sweetness, mint and slight spicy bitterness. … read more …

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Oct 062012
Vanilla Cream Recipe

Are you looking for a classic German dessert recipe that can be served at the end of a festive menu or dinner party? This vanilla cream dessert has it all. It will take about 45 minutes to make it and it can be varied to a mocha or chocolate cream. Just add chocolate and espresso … read more …

Aug 312012
Fried Apples in Beer Dough

Delicious dessert from Bavaria: Fried Apples in beer dough with a cinnamon sauce. Traditional Bavarian recipe for which you better use German beer. Happy Cooking! Ingredients Fried Apples in Beer Dough sour apples Dough: 125 g flour 125 ml  light beer, eg from hofbrauhaus beer pinch of salt, 1 tbsp oil 1 egg 80 g sugar Sauce: … read more …