Spaetzle, anyone? German cuisine offers many Christmas favorites, and our recipes prove it. Whether you're making German apple pancakes for Christmas morning or a sweet kuchen for dessert, you'll find many great recipes here -- all inspired by authentic German cuisine.See Popular German Christmas Recipes
Pretty as a picture in a braided loaf, this traditional Christmas bread-- studded with candied fruits and peels--is particularly good sliced, toasted, and served for breakfast or brunch.
This classic German fruit-studded yeast bread is distinguished by a rich sweet dough spiced with mace.
For an authentic German dinner, ladle these beef-and-pork meatballs over noodlelike spaetzle.
Try this German favorite for your next party. The crunchy, chocolatey cookies feature Nabisco wafers, flaked coconut and chopped pecans and can be made in just 35 minutes.
Freshly baked bread is welcome no matter what time of year it is (who can resist that aroma?), but around the holidays, bread takes on special meaning. Whether you're hosting a casual afternoon coffee or a grand dinner, homemade Christmas bread can elevate the occasion.
If you grow your own mint, you already know that mint plants do best in warm, sunny weather. So how did Christmas and peppermint get to be such good friends? It all has to do with candy canes -- which have been around for quite some time.
This year, I'm getting the holiday entertaining tasks done early, by which all I mean is I'm writing this column, full of easy recipes for a bang-up Christmas party. Even my own, I hope. In my non-writing life, sadly, I don't get paid to meet deadlines.