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Thread: Favourite Germanic Desserts?

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    I forgot Golden Syrup Dumplings! :eek:

    As far as I know they're Australian... but I'm not 100% on that.






    EDIT - I want to try this dessert... looks so yummy!!
    Quote Originally Posted by Aeternitas
    Kaiserschmarrn (Kaiser's mishmash - pancake pieces with fruit pieces or jam and powdered sugar), this is a consistent dessert which can also be eaten as a main course.


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    I don't know if "bear claws" are actually Germanic.. but I used to eat a specific brand all the time when I was little (though they're also served in bakeries) and the package they came in said they were Swedish.. :

    edit: "A bear claw is a sweet breakfast food, popular chiefly on the West Coast of the United States. It is an almond-flavored, yeast-raised pastry shaped in a large, irregular semicircle with slices around the outside, evoking the shape of a bear's claw. Bear claws often contain almond paste or raisins."

    Still doesn't say where they come from though


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    Pavlova originated here :.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beornulf View Post
    Pavlova originated here :.
    That's debatable. I actually only cited Pavlova as originating from Australia/New Zealand to be generous and try to avoid a fight. Everyone knows that it's Australian.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aeternitas View Post
    Apfel Streuselkuchen
    Apfelpfannkuchen
    Kaiserschmarrn
    Germknödel
    You have a good taste when it comes to desserts. Absolutely love all of those above.

    A few to add, though:

    Kiachln - Tyrol, Austria.


    Buchteln - Eastern Austria.


    Moosbeernocken - Tyrol, Austria

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bridie View Post
    That's debatable. I actually only cited Pavlova as originating from Australia/New Zealand to be generous. Everyone knows that it's Australian.
    Only one way to sort this... We goin stomp the yard, that's right it's a krump off!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beornulf View Post
    Only one way to sort this... We goin stomp the yard, that's right it's a krump off!
    Grrrrrrrrrrrrrr

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    Semla: that funny little thing they eat on Mardi Gras in Sweden :p


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bridie View Post
    Grrrrrrrrrrrrrr
    Hah, sorry for taking this thread off topic. And yes the origins are debatable, however the earliest documentation of the recipe is written in a NZ cookbook.

    I think it will always be debated though, especially when in regards to our countries and how stubborn we are and how everything must be a competition.

    Anyway, I'm not too fond of sweets.

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    Nussecken (nut triangles)




    Basically made from dough, almonds, hazelnuts, apricot jam and chocolate.
    Tolerance is a proof of distrust in one's own ideals. Friedrich Nietzsche


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