A gorgeous Stollen that's studded with dried fruit and filled with marzipan couldn't be better round Christmas. Find loads of easy Stollen recipes, all tried and tested by home cooks like you.
I got this stollen recipe while I was Head Baker at the Dorchester. It's packed with dried fruit and filled with a marzipan surprise. It makes a perfect food gift at Christmas.
A very traditional stollen that I make every Christmas. This stollen is loaded with dried fruit, candied peel and almonds.
This Stollen recipe is the traditional German sweet-yeasted fruit bread, which is particularly wonderful at Christmas. Serve thickly sliced for breakfast, brunch or with a cup of tea.
A great Christmas bread/cake that you can make ahead of time. It tastes best after leaving it a couple of days to mature. Enjoy thickly sliced for breakfast, brunch, afternoon tea or elevenses.
Stollen is a German Christmas tradition that has become popular the world over. This version uses baking powder instead of yeast and there's no kneading involved!
Stollen is my favourite thing to bake during the festive season. I have prepared this a number of times and whenever offered as a gift, I always receive compliments.
I make this stollen starting in November to have throughout the festive season!
An uncompromisingly delicious gluten free stollen recipe that comes straight from Germany. Everyone can enjoy Christmas baking with this recipe!
Enjoy your Christmas stollen with a twist! The usual marzipan filling is embellished with the addition of apples for an irresistibly tasty and moist loaf.
Enjoy this quick and easy loaf of stollen, made without yeast. It's still got all of that festive stollen flavour but is much quicker to make!