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German Bread Recipes

Looking for German bread recipes? Find delicious German bread recipes including kielbasa, strudels, and more German appetizers.

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German Apple Cake with Sweet Drizzle

German Apple Cake with Sweet Drizzle

German Apple Cake with Sweet Drizzle

Tender apple slices and a simple confectioner's-sugar drizzle make this old-world treat yummy and comforting. It's especially good served warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream.—Tracey Rosato, Markham, Ontario

Herb Potato Rolls

Herb Potato Rolls

Herb Potato Rolls

My grandma always made these rolls. She herself enjoyed them as a child in Germany. I practiced for years before I finally perfected the recipe! —Lonna Smith, Woodruff, Wisconsin

No-Yeast Stollen

No-Yeast Stollen

No-Yeast Stollen

We always knew it was Christmas when my mother-in-law sent us a German stollen. Now, our grown children continue to have stollen for the holidays. My daughter-in-law shared this recipe that doesn't use yeast.
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Reuben Loaf

Reuben Loaf

Reuben Loaf

When I make this bread, I almost always have to bake two loaves so that everyone gets a taste! It's especially good in the winter. In fact, last year when we went to a Christmas buffet at my husband's aunt's house—with a hearty soup as the main course—I took a Reuben Loaf along. It looks so pretty sliced and arranged on a platter, too. My husband and I are crop farmers with three young children. Cooking—especially baking—is one of the ways I relax, and I also enjoy sewing.

Buttercup Squash Bread

Buttercup Squash Bread

Buttercup Squash Bread

We like this chewy, hearty bread as a substitute for white bread with holiday meals and at breakfast. My five children are grown but still live within "eating distance", so I often bake it in large quantities.

Christmas Stollen Ring

Christmas Stollen Ring

Christmas Stollen Ring

It's common for German families to gather on Christmas Eve to eat this traditional sweet bread. I've been cooking and baking for more than 35 years and especially enjoy doing so during the holidays.

Hearty Graham-Streusel Coffee Cake

Hearty Graham-Streusel Coffee Cake

Hearty Graham-Streusel Coffee Cake

With three children and 500 acres of farm, my husband and I are busy to say the least! But we like to get our day off to a good start with a hearty breakfast that often includes this easy to prepare yet moist and delicious coffee cake.

Rye Horns

Rye Horns

Rye Horns

We live on a farm, so filling, flavorful meals are a must. No one can resist these tender rye rolls brushed with melted butter.

Gingerbread Loaf

Gingerbread Loaf

Gingerbread Loaf

Enjoy the old-fashioned appeal of gingerbread in a loaf with this recipe originally from Holland. This moist spicy bread smells delicious while it's baking...and slices are wonderful spread with cream cheese. The recipe makes two big loaves, so we have one to eat and one to freeze for later...or to give away. -Martina Biemond, Rosedale, British Columbia

Blueberry Kuchen

Blueberry Kuchen

Blueberry Kuchen

"Our local peat bogs are known around the world for their beautiful blueberries," reports Anne Krueger from Richmond, British Columbia. "I can prepare this dessert quick as a wink. It's always a crowd-pleaser at church suppers."

Simple Stollen

Simple Stollen

Simple Stollen

"When it comes to seasonal sweets, this easy Christmas stollen is a recipe I know I can count on," notes field editor Shirley Glaab of Hattiesburg, Mississippi. "The recipe is made with baking powder instead of yeast, so requires no rising."
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