Spritzgebäck – or “Spritz Cookies” are wonderful little German butter cookies. The recipe is simple, but you can have some creative fun with these and suit them for any special occasion.
There’s nothing like a classic German brotchen to warm your heart.
One of my favorite treats to enjoy when we go out for German food is a heavenly Eiskaffee.
Bratwurst, beer and sauerkraut – the keys for a good Oktoberfest come together in this simple crockpot supper.
Making German style soft pretzels at home is not difficult at all. As a matter of fact, you’ll love just how easy…and delicious they are!
German Potato Salad, served warm, is a classic side dish that you could enjoy any time of year.
This is absolute German comfort food. I love this dish – and while it may not be the most colorful supper – it is slam-packed with classic flavor.
It happens every Thanksgiving or other holiday meal. What on earth do you do with the leftovers?! Well, here is my favorite thing to do with leftover mashed potatoes. Kartoffelpuffer!
Perfectly seasoned German apple pie, dotted with rum-soaked raisins.