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    I have a huge sweet tooth, if I'm not surrounded by lots of good desserts like these I have to drink sodas all day. My parents are obssesed with things like apple crisp and apple bread but I've never understood the hype about apple desserts, I like the ultra sweet stuff. Chocolate is ok, but I like things made with vanilla or cherries better. I'm also a huge fan of doughnuts and all kinds of cakes. My five favorite Germanic desserts are:

    1. GUMMI BEARS!!
    2. Poundcake with strawberries
    3. Cheese Danish
    4. Pfeuffernuse
    5. The chocolate covered cookies they sell at christmas

    I haven't really had an other sophistocated Germanic desserts, the rest are pretty plain and "Americanized." Germans are some of the best cooks in terms of desserts, I plan on learning to make beautiful Christmas spreads like they do sometime when I live on my own. My sweet tooth gets bored and wants something more interesting hehe.

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    My Favourite Desserts are

    Apple strudel (Apfelstrudel)


    Nut roll (Nussrolle)



    Kaiserschmarrn



    Vanillekipferl



    Just to name a few

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    Favorite desserts

    The pictures of the Germanic desserts are wonderful. I love strudel. My Mother, who was mostly of English background, never made it, but she had some good, old recipes. My favorites were chess pie, an old Virginia recipe, pecan pie, apple cake, and chocolate rolls. She also made really good fried pies. I often wondered if our family recipes derived from their English heritage or German. Possibly even French as I had a couple of French ancestors.

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    Swedish Cinnamon roll or kanelbulle:


    I also love the Punsch-roll:

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    mince pies (homemade, of course!) gingerbread

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    Eggnog

    I make it myself and it is just delicious. I spiced it with died Lemon Balm and Tarragon from my own garden.

    Because of this thread I had to go next door to the bakery and buy an Eclair !

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    also Rote Grütze is so yummy..I guess it's the same as Rødgrød med fløde

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    I really like "Schwedeneisbecher" (Sweden ice cream cup) or simple "Schwedenbecher" (Sweden cup). This dessert was a typical recipe of the former GDR and in East Germany is still available in many popular dining options as a dessert or ice cream creation.

    The ice cream is made of vanilla ice cream, applesauce, egg liqueur and whipped cream.

    Name origin:

    The "Schwedeneisbecher" in its present form was first mentioned in 1952 on a menu card of a café in the Berlin district of Pankow. There is one legend passed on:

    During the Olympic Winter Games in 1952 in Oslo was the hockey team of the Federal Republic against the team from Sweden. The Swedes won the game 7-3. In celebration of the defeat of the Federal Republic, the first leader of East Germany Walter Ulbricht have named this ice cream creation "Schwedeneisbecher".



    Very delicious.

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    Very delicious but also very difficult:

    Frankfurter Kranz:



    Friesentorte:


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    Welfenspeise



    One of the reasons I like to be around weddings.


    Also diced & pickled Spargel. It may not be classified as a dessert, but I eat it just the same. It doesn't exactly load the weight on like other foods here.
    Ich liebe das Vaterland!

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