Desserts

LITTLE WEDDING KOLACHES

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Kolaches are a traditional Czech dessert. They are served in The Czech Republic on harvest feasts and other kinds of celebrations. Every kind of kolaches are special in some way and the wedding ones are typical by their size. Kolaches made for a wedding celebration are as small as possible, so it’s not unusual, that […]

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CZECH EASTER BREAD

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The Easter holidays are connected to many traditional dishes which are usually made on White Saturday for example Czech Easter Bread. Easter Sunday is the peak of the celebration. Easter Monday is full of egg dishes, as they symbolize rebirth of Jesus. Czech Easter bread is kind of a sweet bread which is just amazing with […]

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POPPY SEED ROLL

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Humanity has known and used poppy seed since the stone age. Besides its ability to calm a person down and relieve pain it is also a very tasty ingredient which has a long tradition in the Czech culture. Poppy seed is used in various dishes from sweet rolls to buns which are a staple of […]

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LITTLE PASTRIES FILLED with PLUM JAM or FARMER’S CHEESE

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Czech Cuisine offers a wide variety of mostly sweet pastries. They come in many different forms from little yeast cakes filled with various fillings like farmer’s cheese, and plum jam. In the past, it was a common practice to bake some kind of sweet pastries every Sunday for dessert after lunch which is the main […]

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CZECH KOLACHES from CHODSKO REGION

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Chodsko Kolaches is a kind of a traditional dessert typical for Chodsko region situated in south-western part of the Czech Republic. There are not many specialties that are as renowned as Chodsko Kolaches in Czech cuisine and culture in general. There are various possible techniques of piping (there is a special term for this technique […]

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BEER APPLE STRUDEL

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Beer Apple strudel is considered one of the most favorite desserts in Czech Cuisine. It is not that surprising since Czechs are well-known for being great beer consumers. Many Czechs have apple trees in their gardens and this is a good way to use them. It has retained great popularity in Czech cuisine for many […]

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MARBLE OIL BUNT CAKE

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A marble oil bundt cake is a very popular dessert in the Czech Republic. It is baked in a bundt pan which has a traditional shape with a hole in the middle. The bundt cake with marble pattern is the most common variant and most Czech women know the recipe by heart. It belongs to […]

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CZECH CHERRY COFFEE CAKE

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The cherry coffee cake is one of the most traditional desserts in the Czech Republic. It’s a seasonal dish because cherries are not usually available in stores all year. This recipe is one of the easiest and quickest. It is ideal for Sunday breakfast or just for coffee. Cherries really make the taste of summer.

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PANCAKES with CINNAMON

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There is a soft spot for pancakes with cinnamon in every Czech heart. It is a reminder of grandma in the kitchen, making the best pancakes in the whole world or maybe not so pleasant memory of a school dining hall, where this food was cooked at least once in a month. But the smell […]

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