Austrian Christmas Recipes

Austrian Christmas Recipes

Austrian Christmas Recipes. A special selection for a feast inspired on the magical Salzburg, the world’s most picture-perfect Christmas city.

Apfelstrudel (Apple Strudel)

Classic and mouth-watering, Apple Strudel is one of Austria’s favourite and most popular pastry desserts. It is said that its original recipe comes from the imperial bakery of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

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Marble Gugelhupf (Marble Cake)

Perfect with tea and coffee, this grand-mother-cake is traditionally known for its distinctive marble effect. It became a classic in Viennese society after the Habsburg Emperor Francis Joseph ordered Marble Gugelhupf for his breakfast every day.

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Vanillekipferl (Vanilla Crescents)

This sweet and famous Austrian biscuit in half moon shape is rich in nutty flavour and quick to cook. The Viennese cookies are traditionally served at Christmas for centuries, and the buttery almond taste melts beautifully.

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Kokosbusserl (Coconut Kisses)

The simplicity of the recipe and ingredients is what makes this Christmas treat distinctive. Also known as coconut macaroons in Germany, these chewy and moist gluten free cookies will be ready in less than 20 minutes.

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