The holiday seen is upon us and this is hands down one of our most favorite Christmas Cakes. We baked a lot of Christmas cookies during the past weeks and this orange date chocolate cake with a bit of rum concludes our baking extravaganza.
Bundt cakes are a universal favorite and everyone loves that familiar round cake. Did you know that bundt cakes have been wildly popular since the 1950s? This classic is inspired by a traditional German cake known as Gugelhupf. The shape itself is more than enough to catch everyone's attention. This delicious chocolate cake is easy to make and the most amazing cake to enjoy during the cold winter season. We are convinced that you are going to love it as much as we do.
Christmas is the season for baking a variety of cookies that are cut into various shapes related to Christmas. Modern Christmas cookies date back to recipes from the Middle Ages, when many modern ingredients such as cinnamon, ginger, black pepper and dried fruits were introduced into the west. By the 16th century Christmas cookies had become popular across Europe, with gingerbread being the favourite in Germany. Here are five classic German Christmas cookie recipes for you. The recipes are pre-dominantly sourced from Dr. Oetker, which is our favourite since all recipes are a guaranteed success.
The thought of the holidays creates a feeling of joy. Not only are the decorations, the Christmas tree and the gifts of great importance, but also the sweet and delicious Christmas cookies and pastries. If you are still looking for a delightful Christmas recipe then this festive Christmas chocolate fruit cake might be right for you.
Making a gingerbread house yourself is a fun activity for the whole family and a holiday tradition in Germany. We usually make the gingerbread house in November and then use it as decoratation till the end of December unless some Chocolate & More Delights girls decide to eat it away secretly. A gingerbread house is also a great gift. We picked an easy recipe for you and making the gingerbread house is not as difficult as it may seem. Let's get started.
Christmas is an ideal season to show love to others. You can show your family and friends that you care by presenting them with beautifully and creatively wrapped gifts. A chocolate bar that is beautifully wrapped can impress the receiver. Most of these creative wrapping styles are simple and can be carried out by anyone. You can learn some of these amazing wrapping ideas here.
The holiday season is just around the corner and we would like to share our favorite Christmas traditions with you. Advent Calendars are a must have item during the Christmas season whether you are a child or an adult in Germany. If you are wondering what an Advent Calendar is, then wonder no longer and read on to find out.
December has arrived and like every year the cookie baking season has begun. We have some talented bakers in our team, who spend many evenings baking a zillion cookies. The tradition seems to have spread far and wide, but did you ever ask yourself where it actually started and what the reason for it was? We searched around and found some interesting explanations.
It is that time of year once again. The air is cooling, the leaves are changing, and Christmas is right around the corner. You are preparing for the hustle and bustle and looking for ways to make this year a little easier. You do not need to break the bank to do it or order something creative off those expensive craft sites. Listed below are 5 wonderful chocolate hacks you can use to spread your own holiday cheer this Christmas season.