1. Angela Schofield says:

      Thank you, this pastry is one of my favorite. I hope you will give it a try. Guten Appetit!

  1. Is there other traditional fillings? With only 2 of us i thought maybe making two or three different types. Definitely chocholate will be one of them
    Thanks for the recipes and channel. After 3 and a half years in Frankfort German food.is.one of my favorite.

    1. Angela Schofield says:

      Thank you for your nice comment, I know Frankfurt well, my husband lived there while we were dating. Traditionally you can fill this pastry also with vanilla pudding cream, apple filling or nut filling. And for a quick more contemporary version it is really tasty with Nutella. They freeze very well and you just need to place them for about 30 sec. in the microwave and let them rest for about 30 additional seconds. They taste almost like freshly baked. Hope that helps 🙂 Guten Appetit!

    2. Tanya Saldanha says:

      This recipe looks amazing and I wish to try it.
      Can you please share the cup measurements in grams please as it always differs.

  2. Patsy Brown says:

    This is the first time I’ve made this recipe. I lived in Germany for 9 years and miss everything. Tonight I shared a little bite of my love for Germany with my neighbor. It turned out perfect. Thank you thank you thank you!

  3. Patsy Brown says:

    I am spending my pandemic time learning to make my favorite German treats. After living in Germany for 9 years, you understand the love and mastery that goes into delicious food. This recipe brought me back to the place I love. Thank you. I need more practice to get the dough thin enough.

    1. Oh that is wunderbar, Patsy. I love that you are spending this unpleasant time to learn how to make your favorite German treats. Please keep in mind, I am always here for you in case you have questions. Warm regards, Angela

  4. Thanks For Sharing this Amazing Recipe. My Family Loved It. I will be sharing this Recipe with my Friends. Hope They will like it.

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