Another "Volga Deutsch" dish my husband enjoys with just home made bread. Nothing
else, just Kahucktus and bread. Also, very good warmed over the next day. Recipe came from a dear friend of mine Alma K. She always makes this when we have a family get together on Thanksgiving at her daughters house. Good all year round!
This recipe came from my mom, circa 1989.
It came from a cook book by the Atonement Lutheran Church Women in Green Bay WI. Credit should go to one Ellen Smidt for this wonderful recipe. My family loves to have these for cook outs.
Our Aunt Marge in Niagara WI makes dozens of
these wonderful cookies each year at Christmas time and gives them to her family
and friends. We now have our own Pizzelles
Iron and enjoy making them also. We like them plain, dusted with powdered sugar, or
spread with Cool Whip, jam or butter on top.
My husband being Volga Deutsch, always talked about some of what he called Depression Meals while living home as a boy. Being from Northern Germany, I had never heard of Kraut Kuchen so this recipe came from his mother.
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