Why not bake a traditional German Easter lamb this Easter? While many German housewives traditionally bake an Easter lamb for Easter, we’re making an Easter chicken. And we’re pimping the recipe to make it perfect for Spring. Here’s what we did.
Tomorrow, Carnival starts in the Rhineland! At this time of year, you can’t get past eating Berliner doughnuts! While this recipe takes time (the dough has to proof), it is super easy and guaranteed to succeed. Just follow these simple steps to make your own.
Kinderglühwein, Kinderpunsch or Children’s mulled wine is a great alcohol-free alternative to traditional Glühwein for the holidays and Winter months. And the recipe is just as easy to make and just as delicious!
Glühwein is very popular in Germany at Christmas time: it is difficult to imagine a Christmas market that does not sell the warming winter drink. This is a recipe for traditional German Gühwein, tweaked Tea with Mum style of course!
With Winter fast approaching, it’s time to get cosy. What better way than with a simple yet tasty traditional German baked good which is customarily eaten in November? Read on for the recipe.