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German Desserts

Looking for German desserts? Find delicious German desserts including chocolate desserts, cakes, and more German desserts.

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Chocolate-Covered Cherry Brownies

Chocolate-Covered Cherry Brownies

Chocolate-Covered Cherry Brownies

Prefer sweet to salty? Susan Myers of Dublin, Ohio tops these chewy from-scratch brownies with mini marshmallows, maraschino cherries and a chocolate drizzle.

Chocolate-Fruit Crepes

Chocolate-Fruit Crepes

Chocolate-Fruit Crepes

These pretty dessert crepes are delicate, delightful and as simple to make as they are special! Nice for a fancy brunch, too. Laura McDowell - Lake Villa, Illinois

Gingerbread Cookie Cutouts

Gingerbread Cookie Cutouts

Gingerbread Cookie Cutouts

My kids linger around the kitchen when these aromatic cookies are baking. I make them throughout the year using a variety of cookie cutters.—Christy Thelan, Kellogg, Iowa
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Black Forest Tart

Black Forest Tart

Black Forest Tart

Cherry pie filling and a melted chocolate drizzle top a rich, fudgy cake. —Taste of Home Test Kitchen

Cherry Surprise Cookies

Cherry Surprise Cookies

Cherry Surprise Cookies

Gloria tucks a rich chocolate surprise into each of these cute bites. Candied cherries add a colorful finishing touch.

Gingerbread Cookies with Buttercream Icing

Gingerbread Cookies with Buttercream Icing

Gingerbread Cookies with Buttercream Icing

When it's time to start the cookie baking season, this recipe is always the first one I use. My mother-in-law first shared it with me, but it's too good to keep to myself! You can tint the buttery icing a cheery pink or green and pipe it on with a decorating tip. —Ann Scherzer, Anacortes, Washington

Holiday Hideaways

Holiday Hideaways

Holiday Hideaways

People eagerly anticipate these tasty cookies as part of our "season's eatings" each year. The surprise cherry center surrounded by a fluffy cookie makes this treat especially fun. With the chocolate coating, they're almost like candy—and always the first to go! —Marianne Blazowich Jeannette, Pennsylvania

Meringue Torte

Meringue Torte

Meringue Torte

Ruth Grover writes from Portland, Connecticut: “My grandmother, who came here from Sweden when she was 21, used to make this cake for our birthdays, and it is still a family favorite.”

New York-Style Cheesecake

New York-Style Cheesecake

New York-Style Cheesecake

Field editor Gloria Warczak of Cedarburg, Wisconsin says, "My mother-in-law got this recipe from an Italian friend many years ago. I added the chocolate-nut crust. It is our very favorite dessert." —Gloria A. Warczak, Cedarburg, Wisconsin

Chocolate Cherry Cake

Chocolate Cherry Cake

Chocolate Cherry Cake

This is a very quick and easy cake to make. It is fancy enough to serve to guests.—Lois Valley, Morgan Hill, California

Gingerbread Crisp Cutouts

Gingerbread Crisp Cutouts

Gingerbread Crisp Cutouts

My grandsons started cooking by helping their grandpa mix up waffle and pancake batter. They also liked to make these nicely spiced cookies, which are fun to decorate with raisins and candies.—Shelia Hanauer, Reidsville, North Carolina
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