Tag: almonds

Quick German Sweet Bread

Quick German Sweet Bread: Made with no yeast dough and filled with hazelnut almond marzipan chocolate filling, this beautiful looking German nut braid is fluffy, moist, tastes amazing and it will definitely make you feel like a pro in the kitchen. No yeast nut braid – a speedy version of […]

Almond Crescent Cookies Dipped In Chocolate

These almond crescent cookies dipped in chocolate are absolutely amazing! They’re quick, easy and delicious! Way better than store-bought ones! Made with only 5 ingredients: Marzipan, egg white and sugar and almond flakes and dipped in chocolate after baking. Make such a great holiday treat! My husband is a huge […]

French Pear Custard Pie (Flan Aux Poires)

This French pear custard pie (flan aux poires) with a great hint of vanilla and right amount of sweetness is definitely a keeper! It’s so delicious, easy and quick to make. Such a great way to use pears when they are in season. This French pear custard pie aka flan […]

Best German gingerbread cookies (Lebkuchen)

These moist, fluffy, sweet and easy-to-follow German gingerbread cookies with a cake-like texture are guaranteed to be your favorite cookies for the holidays! Loaded with candied fruits, spices and nuts. Today I would like to share with you Beate’s go-to German gingerbread cookie recipe otherwise known as Lebkuchen or Pfefferkuchen […]

How To Make A Rhubarb Crumble

I have never eaten such a delicious rhubarb cake before. Most of the rhubarb cakes were either too sour or too sweet for my taste. But this with strawberry rhubarb crumble recipe is in my opinion the best. Even my husband who is not a fan of rhubarb and always […]

German Streusel Cake

This German streusel cake with apples, almond flakes and raisins is so good, simple and quick to make. It stays moist for days too. Since you pour heavy cream and milk on the cake while it’s hot, wait until all the sauce has been absorbed before serving. Perfect for any […]

German Nut Corners

These crunchy, nutty and moist German nut corners make a great anytime treat! They’re so good, easy and quick to make. Make a perfect homemade gift from the kitchen. My husband, Jo, is a huge fan of German nut corners also known as Nussecken (which simply means nut corners). Once […]