Easy German Dessert Recipes

A cuisine can never be complete without these German dessert recipes.

Try these recipes at home. You’ll certainly not regret it!

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Birnen im Rotwein

This is one of the simple German dessert recipes that is awesomely flawless for winter dining.  The pear (queen of the night) is marinated in red wine that has been aromatized by cloves and vanilla. This is undeniably a striking German signature.

All you need are the following ingredients: 1 bottle (750 ml) fruity, red wine such as Merlot, 1/2 c. sugar or to taste (or 1/2 c. apple juice concentrate), 1/2 vanilla bean, 10 whole cloves, 6 – 8 ripe pears, 2 oz. Cassis liqueur (optional), and 2 oz. cognac or brandy (optional).

First, pour the red wine in a sauce pan and add sugar or fruit juice as well as the cloves. Second, scrape out the seeds after cutting the bean down at the core. Gradually, add the bean to the red wine inside the pan.

Third, simmer the wine. Reduce the temperature and boil it until the liquid reduces by approximately one third.

Fourth, in a separate bowl, peel the pears and cut it in quarters. Place it in an airtight and clean jar.

This time, taste the red wine. If happened that wine mixture isn’t delicious enough, sweeten it by adding sugar or “stevia”. The latter is perfect for people who are into a sugar-free lifestyle.

Fifth, pour the hot liquid over the pears in the jars. Put it in the fridge for at least two days before serving.

Lastly, serve with beef roast. You can also serve with an ice cream on top.

Praline Dessert

Did you say dessert? This Praline dessert is one of the most popular easy German desserts that is most- loved by young and old alike. The tempting chocolate, smooth dripping caramel and the tantalizing whipped cream is irresistible.

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Here is how to do it! Take a closer look at this.

Prepare the following ingredients to be ready to heat up your kitchen for this one-of-a-kind easy German dessert recipes for kids:  1box Betty Crocker® SuperMoist® German chocolate cake mix, ½ cup butter or margarine, softened, 1 container Betty Crocker® Rich & Creamy coconut pecan frosting, 1/3 cup milk, 2 tablespoons Gold Medal® all-purpose flour, 1 egg, slightly beaten, caramel topping (if desired), sweetened whipped cream (if desired), pecan halves (if desired), and toasted coconut (if desired).

Step one: Set the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. In a bowl, mix the butter and dry cake mix. Evenly press in the ungreased   pan.

Step two: Stir well the milk, egg and frosting using the same bowl. As you see an even texture for the mixture, pour it over in pan.

Step three; Get ready to start baking for at least 43 minutes until the mixture completely sets. You may serve it either warm or cold. Properly store it in the fridge. If serve, top each serving with the remaining ingredients. Garnish to give the dessert a perfect blast of lusciousness.

Generally, these are just two of the thousand popular German desserts all over the globe. However, these two are hailed to be two of the best dessert recipes that have been captivating the hearts and tummies of healthy eaters like your children.