Stollen is a traditional German fruitcake that is usually eaten during the Christmas season. It is a great recipe choice as it is easy to make.
A German cake/bread traditionally eaten around Christmas Stollen is packed with fruits and flavour. This version requires no kneading which many other versions do.
This is a great recipe that is of German origin that is filled with dried fruit. It makes a perfect food gift at Christmas.
I got this stollen recipe while I was Head Baker at the Dorchester Hotel in London. It's a traditional German Christmas bread packed with dried fruit and filled with a marzipan surprise.
This is a great recipe for the traditional German fruit bread known as Stollen. It combines sultanas, currents, mixed peal and lemon zest in a soft dough. Perfect for Christmas brunch.
This is a great stollen recipe with sultanas and currents soaked in rum. I like to make it at Easter and Christmas.
Stollen is a traditional German bread that usually eaten during the Christmas season; it is packed with sultanas, almonds and crystallised fruit.
To make the best stollen you need to use quark cheese which can be hard to find. Cottage cheese makes an adequate substitute.
A delicious Christmas bread packed full of dried fruit, candied peel and almonds. Watch this recipe being made in the Allrecipes Stollen Video.
This delicious German stollen recipe has an apple filling. You can use whichever apples you prefer, I like tart ones like Braeburns.
A little different from your traditonal stollen bread, this recipe has a creamy poppyseed filling. It's the perfect thing for the holidays.