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    This German dessert is very popular at birthday parties and potlucks. It features plain cookies, chocolate and in this variation of the classic also bananas for a fruity touch. Usually it contains eggs and/or copha, but this version is vegan and also copha-free! :) Feel free to use your favourite plain vegan cookies in this. Note please: This needs to chill for at least 3 hours.

    Recipe #454673

    This is a typical German dessert that I ate very often as a child. It is made from semolina and quite similar to pudding, only grainier. It is often eaten plain or with some cinnamon-sugar sprinkled on top. Another popular way of eating it is topped with berry compote. I hope youll enjoy this as much as we do! :)

    Recipe #456067

    This recipe makes for delicious pancakes that have more of a cornbread-like texture. They are easy and quick to whip up and taste good both sweet and savoury. Feel free to try add ins of your choice. The original comes from a German magazine called "Schrot und Korn", but Ive tweaked it quite a bit.

    Recipe #459255

    This wonderful, rich and sweet, yet also fruity tarte was my birthday cake this year. It is sooo yummy and perfect for autumn. Serving this at the end of a meal is sure to impress even the pickiest guest. It looks like a ton of work, but really its quite straight forward.

    Recipe #465454

    I think this is a wonderful gift for the Holiday season. It is quite easy to make, looks super fancy and tastes so yummy! Id suggest pairing this with one bottle (750 ml) of red wine or grape juice as it makes enough for that amount of liquid.

    Recipe #468005

    These traditional German cookies are very easy to make and taste delicious. They are also rather light for a cookie, so you can enjoy a few more. ;) If you feel like it, try out other nuts in place of hazelnuts or maybe grated coconut.

    Recipe #469656

    This recipe is a bit different from the traditional German Vanillekipferl recipe as it uses ground hazelnuts in place of almonds and has the vanilla sugar in the dough so that you dont need to roll the fragile cookies in the sugar. I hope youll enjoy these as much as we do!

    Recipe #469657

    This sweet, soft cookie is very popular during the holiday season in Germany and can be found on almost every cookie tray. It is super easy to make, too. Traditionally it uses three almonds per cookie, but we prefer to use just one, so this is a bit different than the others. If you like, try these with other nuts or maybe a flavoured marzipane. NOTE: These need to chill for 30 minutes.

    Recipe #471927

    This recipe comes from Dr. Oetker and is very, very good. It gets better and better as the cookies age and the taste is just wonderful. I think these cookies bring instant Christmas spirit to even the most uncheerful person. ;) I hope you like them as much as we do! Note: These need to chill for 1 hour.

    Recipe #471929

    This is a great moist and versatile cake and a long German tradition that followed me throughout school and into adulthood. Somebody was always bringing Hermann along. This is how you give birth to Hermann. Check out part 2 HERMANN – The Feeding and Care for instructions on how to raise your Hermann baby. Oh, and don’t forget to check out his big brother Siegfried! He is in charge of the breads.

    Recipe #142083

    This is where you would start, if you had Hermann given to you as a present. If you want to start one yourself check out my HERMANN – The Birth (Starter).

    Recipe #142084

    This is the big brother of Hermann, the sweetie. Siegfried starts out the same as Hermann, however the feeding is different and is what turns this into bread dough instead of cake dough. Check out part 2 SIEGFRIED – The Feeding and Care for instructions on how to raise your Siegfried baby. Oh, and don’t forget to check out his little brother Hermann! He is in charge of the cakes.

    Recipe #142085

    This is where you would start, if you had Siegfried given to you as a present. If you want to start one yourself check out my SIEGFRIED – The Birth (Starter).

    Recipe #142086

    This is another big brother of Hermann, the sweetie. Robert starts out slightly different than Hermann and Siegfried, but works along the same principles and turns into bread dough instead of cake dough. Robert is also extremely versatile and will soon have many recipes posted for it. Check out part 2 ROBERT – The Feeding and Care for instructions on how to raise your Robert baby. Oh, and don’t forget to check out his little brother Hermann! He is in charge of the cakes.

    Recipe #142423

    This is where you would start, if you had Robert given to you as a present. If you want to start one yourself check out my ROBERT – The Birth (Starter).

    Recipe #142425

    Super easy and scrumptious. A different way to make pizza.

    Recipe #143497

    This is a great and super simple dessert. Serve with my Vanillasauce Recipe #143739 for a truely authentic taste.

    Recipe #143738

    Creamy, easy and quick. Goes great with all kinds of desserts, especially my Berliner Rote Grütze Recipe #143738

    Recipe #143739

    I posted this in the new forum for 30 minute meals and was asked to post it here as well! It is fast easy and satisfying for brunch or supper. My mother used to make this. Of course not with frozen hash browns. :-)

    Recipe #142698

    You could call this a German Phily Cheese Sandwich or maybe a German Reuben! :-) Either way its delicious and quite a change from the usual Brat on a Bun. When it's too hot to cook and you don't even want to light the grill, then you need to try this.It's fast and easy.

    Recipe #309086

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