Blog.CoffeeCakes.com » Stollen http://blog.coffeecakes.com All About Cakes, Coffee Time, Tea Time and Party Time! Fri, 08 Feb 2013 11:50:29 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.9.2 en hourly 1 Whiskey Fruit And Stollen Cake: Making The Party Time More Cheering http://blog.coffeecakes.com/2011/05/10/whiskey-fruit-and-stollen-cake-making-the-party-time-more-cheering/ http://blog.coffeecakes.com/2011/05/10/whiskey-fruit-and-stollen-cake-making-the-party-time-more-cheering/#comments Wed, 11 May 2011 06:26:11 +0000 Administrator http://blog.coffeecakes.com/?p=232 Fruit cake has been traditional serving since centuries for any time meal, tea or coffee. Whatsoever may be the occasion, these give company to the other delicacies you prepare. These have been favorites to kids and adults both. Because of the growing popularity of cakes, bakers offer wide range of fruits cake to choose the best as per personal liking. Nowadays, the trend of serving whiskey fruit cake is gaining popularity in almost all the communities.

Butter, sugar, large eggs, baking powder, flour, salt, bourbon, pecans, nutmeg and white raisins are
the main ingredients of whiskey fruit cake besides the main content whisky of desired flavor. The method of making this cake differs from one baker to other and this difference creates the variety of tastes and look. These can be made at home also easily. Even if you are inexperienced, you can bake the perfect cake in the very first attempt. It is easy, you just need the determination to do it. You will save considerably. The home made cake would be fresh and hygienic both. It can be used till 4-5 days. If you are planning to place the order for readymade cake, have a look over Downey’s Lemon Vodka Cake, Amaretto Italian Liqueur Cake and Irish Whiskey Cake, it may ease down your searching process.

The other good option of cake you may consider for the parties is stollen cakes. It is a traditional German cake. Stollen is the loaf-shaped cake. It contains dried fruit covered with sugar and icing. The cake is made with chopped fruit candied or dried fruits, different spices and nuts etc. It is specially used during Christmas season. Many bakers offer this type of cake. It is shaped like a long loaf with ridge down to the center. It resembles to swaddled Christ child. It is rich and generally it is served in thin slices. If you are serving stollen cake with breakfast or as a coffee cake, serve some butter also to add new flavor.

The larger packs of cakes are cheaper than smaller packs. If you can’t use the large quantity in one time, do not worry. These can be stored safe for many days if do little care. Unfrosted cake can be frozen to be used even up to 4 months but if it is wrapped well in plastic. Cake with fruit or custard decor does not freeze well and thus it should be used earlier. The regular look after is must to save the stored cake from spoiling.

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Try Our New Varieties of Christmas Stollen http://blog.coffeecakes.com/2010/11/16/try-our-new-varieties-of-christmas-stollen/ http://blog.coffeecakes.com/2010/11/16/try-our-new-varieties-of-christmas-stollen/#comments Tue, 16 Nov 2010 21:40:58 +0000 Administrator http://blog.coffeecakes.com/?p=156 This holiday season, try stollen, the traditional German Christmas cake.  Similar to the Dutch kerstsol and Italian pannetone, stollen is a sweet, fruit-filled bread often covered with sugar, powdered sugar or icing.  The dusting of powdered sugar is said to make the loaf represent the Christ Child in swaddling cloths.

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At coffeecakes.com, we’ve added new flavors to our collection of classic stollens.  Our traditional stollen, imported from Germany, features fresh butter, eggs, raisins and candied fruits.  We also offer traditional marzipan stollen, loaded with raisins, nuts, cherries and a sweet marzipan filling.  For a little variation, try our German cranberry stollen, or black forest cherry liqueur stollen.

Traditionally, stollen is served on Christmas morning.  Serve thin slices of stollen for breakfast, or enjoy it while sipping your afternoon tea or coffee.  For extra moistness and sweetness, toast the stollen, spread on some butter and top with a little extra powdered sugar.

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