Nuts, chocolate, and jam. Is this the holy trinity of baked goods or what? These triangle shaped bites of heaven with their chocolate dipped edges, energizing nut-topping, and a thin layer of fruity jam will have your mouth in taste-bud nirvana. Instead of baking a cake why not try this nutty pastry? Kept in a box, they can provide you with a tasty morsel for up to two weeks.
Springtime is truly one of periods as you abandon the winter and focus on a sort of rebirth that is accompanied by delicious, locally grown fruits and vegetables. With this yeast bun recipe, the sourness and fruity flavor of spring rhubarb is joined with sugary dough as well as crunchy almonds which lends a one of a kind taste that is available only during a select portion of the year.
This North German specialty takes your basic cinnamon bun up a notch or two. Borrowed from the French during the Napoleonic wars and improved upon, the pressed areas of this treat allows the filling to caramelize at the surface and allows the pasty to become slightly crispy while still retaining that sticky goodness these types of sweet rolls are best known for.
The German Black Forest Cake – the ultimate blend of fruity cherries, a delicate chocolate sponge body as well as real cream that are just simply intended by the higher power to be combined into one very tasty dessert. Read about this fabulous gateau and find out how to make it right inF your own kitchen.