Sweets

Sweet actually describes everything that is sweet: whether Mutzen almonds, chocolate, pastries, marzipan or red fruit jelly. This also includes pastries such as Berlin pancakes , Frankfurt Bethmännchen or an All Souls braid. Originally honey was used to sweeten food. With the invention of sugar from sugar beet and sugar cane, there were no limits to the invention of other delicacies. In the simple kitchen, however, there was also another way of helping: The use of dried fruit, which contains a natural sweetness (e.g. the recipe for Black Magister )

Brandenburg gift baskets

Handmade spreads, liqueurs, pastries and more

Sweet spreads, liqueurs, syrups and pastries are prepared by hand. According to old recipes and directly from grandma. Me current market dates.

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Gift baskets Germany

Manufacture chocolate with individual banderole

Chocolate bars with your own pictures and logos. High quality chocolate bars from a manufactory from Bavaria.

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Gift baskets Germany

Durable chocolate curd cake, 100% natural

Classic curd cake with cocoa baked in a Thuringian bakery. Can be kept for a long time as a stock without refrigeration. Or for when you're out and about on a hike or a sailing trip.

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Gift baskets Germany

Durable High Protein Curd Cake, Gluten Free

This ricotta cake is fitness protein cake, with no added sugar and 17g of protein per serving. The way it is packaged and its shelf life without refrigeration make this cake good for stocking or easy to take with no complications.

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Baden-Wuerttemberg gift baskets

Pumpkin seeds with chocolate glaze

The pumpkin seeds come from our own harvest and processing of oil pumpkins. Different chocolate variants selectable. As a nibble for yourself or small gift.

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Cooking recipes Regional specialties from the federal states

Clatter cake

A quick sweet crisp cake from the sheet.

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Easter

Probstei Easter pudding

Probsteier Easter pudding is an almond pudding that is filled into empty, blown-out eggshells. The peeled eggs are served with a fruit sauce.

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Easter

Raisin bread

Raisin square or raisin bread is a fine sweet yeast pastry with raisins. Here is a raisin bread without baking dish and without eggs.

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Easter

Blind pigeons

These "doves" are a Lenten dish that was served especially on Good Friday. They are rolls filled with jam and baked in a sweet egg-milk mixture in the oven.

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Regional specialties from Saxony

Dresden egg chees

Eierschecke is a sweet classic from Saxony in 3 layers. History and recipe.

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Carnival

Baden Shards

Badische Scherben are a popular and classic lard pastry for Shrovetide, Mardi Gras or Carnival. But they also go well with a party.

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Carnival

Sweet schuerzkuchen cake

A lard pastry similar to the Berlin pancakes. A distinctive feature is the special shape of the pastry.

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New Year's Eve

Bollebäuschen doughnuts

This pastry also goes on the Bergische coffee table.

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Carnival

Sweet rabbit ear lard pastry

A lard pastry from southern Germany with an interesting shape. Without powdered sugar, it can also be eaten with savory dishes.

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Carnival

Sweet naunzen from the Moselle

Naunzen are originally a carnival pastry. But they taste good all year round.

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Carnival

Sweet Prilleken

Prilleken or Prilken are a sweet carnival specialty from the Braunschweig and Harz region.

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Carnival

Fastnachtskuchle

Fastnachtsküchle or Fasnetkichle are Lard biscuites from the southwest German region.

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Regional specialties from Baden-Württemberg

Cherryplotzer, Cherrymichel

Kirschenplotzer or Kirschenmännla - a delicious leftover recipe .A sweet dish from southern to central Germany. Recipe.

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Regional specialties from Hamburg

Hamburger red fruit jelly

Rote Grütze, also called Rode Grüdd, is originally a regional sweet dish from northern Germany.

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Regional specialties from North Rhine-Westphalia

Bergische coffee table

The Bergische Kaffeetafel is not just about drinking coffee. With Dröppelminna, grain, grey bread, Gugelhupf, rice pudding, sausage, fruit spread and more, it is something very special from the Bergisches Land.

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Cooking recipes Regional specialties from the federal states

Quarkkeulchen

Quarkkeulchen are a popular Saxon dessert. The name is derived from the Middle German Kaule (ball). The basis is a sweet dough made from curd cheese and potatoes. In the Erzgebirge they call it Quarkkließe.

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Regional specialities from Berlin

Pfannkuchen, Berliner, Krapfen

Berliners call it Pfannkuchen, for everyone else it is a Berliner or a Krapfen for southern Germany.

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Regional specialties from Baden-Württemberg

Black Forest gateau

Hardly any cake counter in Germany today can do without Black Forest cake. Recipe and interesting facts about the Black Forest gateau

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Restaurants with specialities from Saxony

Restaurant Quarkkeulchen

Here the dish comes fresh from the pan.

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Holidays

Mutzenmandeln

The small Mutzenmandeln are actually fried dough to Rhineland carnival and New Year's Eve. It tastes however also at each other time. Easy preparation.

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Regional specialties from Saxony

Meißner Fummel pastry

This pastry is deceptive with its appearance: Meissner Fummel are hollow dumplings and therefore very fragile. They are made of a sweet wafer dough.

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Regional specialties from Germany

Marzipan – an aromatic candy

Marzipan is a popular delicious recipes with marzipan. Marzipan is a popular sweet. The marzipan paste is made from ground almonds, sugar and rose water.

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Regional specialties from Saxony

Original Leipzig Larks

Leipziger Lerchen are a sweet shortcrust pastry filled with marzipan, reminiscent of the old form of pies that were actually filled with songbirds. Every Leipzig baker has his own family recipe here and the appearance also varies.

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Regional specialties from Germany

Fruit jelly babies

Fruit gums are popular with young and old. The fruit gum was invented in 1922 by the trained candy maker Johann "Hans" Riegel from Bonn (founder of the global company Haribo). In the past they were made with gum arabic, but today they are even vegan.

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Delicious food made from leftovers

Leftovers: Chocolate Easter bunnies and Santa Clauses

Delicious leftover use for chocolate Easter bunnies and Santa Clauses. Recipes: enhance cocoa, spread, muffin, a chocolate pudding and more.

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