Every Christmas season I look forward to making lots of these delicious, powdered vanilla crescents. The delicate taste of buttery shortcrust pastry and real bourbon vanilla make these cookies Germany’s absolute classics.
Sauerkraut with forest mushrooms is a typical dish, served in Poland on Christmas Eve. The recipes vary from region to region and from family to family. This one below is my favorite.
A super tasty variation of the traditional coconut macaroons. Hazelnuts play the main role here and taste light, fluffy and not too sweet.
Uncomplicated thumbprint cookies with jam drops. The basis: a buttery shortcrust pastry. The topping: a fruity jelly. And the taste: unique – or heavenly good.
A wonderful, marzipan-flavored, cake to sweeten the Advent season.
If you love traditional flavors of the Christmas season, such as anise, cinnamon, cloves, ginger, cardamon, and nutmeg you will enjoy the Chocolate – Cherry – Cake. Originally from Germany, the cake is spiced with Lebkuchengewürz (gingerbread spice blend). However, the Chinese Five Spice blend is a perfect substitute.
Make it at home and enjoy this unique drink at Christmas and in the winter season.
Magic happens when fragrant coconut flakes, egg whites, and sugar come together. With this basic recipe, you will easily succeed in making those crisp and light German Christmas cookies.
Gingerbread is THE Christmas tradition and makes the most delicious Christmas cookies.
A little, potato-shaped candy made of marzipan and coated with dark, unsweetened cocoa. A true delight!