German Christmas Recipes
A German-English Guide to Christmas Cuisine
German Christmas Drinks
Christmas wreath graphic courtesy Brigitte Haag
This is our special collection of German Christmas and wintertime recipes. They are arranged by category (drinks, baked goodies, etc.). Each recipe is in German and English, but if you need any help with vocabulary, see our Kochglossar. We will continue to add more recipes in various categories, and we invite you to submit your own (in German!). - Guten Appetit!
'Tis the season for warm (or warming) drinks! Glühwein ("glow wine") and other delicious Alpine winter beverages have become popular around the globe. Here are recipes to help you make a few traditional German drinks of the season...
EIERLIKÖR | EIERPUNSCH | GLÜHWEIN | BUTTERGROG
German Christmas Drink Recipes
Note: Recipes are presented "as is" and not all have been tested personally by your Guide.
1. Buttergrog (Butter Grog)
2. Eierlikör (German Egg Nog)
3. Eierpunsch mit Rotwein (Hot Egg Punch with red wine)
4. Glühwein (Hot Mulled Wine)
5. Wiener Feuerzangenbowle (Viennese Flaming Fire Tongs Punch)
Also see our New Year's version of Feuerzangenbowle (Flaming Fire Tongs Punch)
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Christmas Recipes - Gebäck
More German Christmas recipes - for pastries and cookies.
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