German Snacks Recipes (Most Popular)

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Soft Pretzels

Very Good  4.2/5
(5 ratings)
Soft Pretzels

Not necessarily a typical diet food, but better than a plate of nachos.

Submitted by DHCOGITO
Hot Ham Croissants

Very Good  4.0/5
(4 ratings)
Hot Ham Croissants

Submitted by NOMI01
Ines' Banana Nut Bread, or Muffins

Good  3.7/5
(3 ratings)
Ines' Banana Nut Bread, or Muffins

Adapted Ines' favorite Banana Bread recipe by changing 2 eggs to 4 egg whites; and changing the sugar to Splenda; and changing out 1 cup of white flour to whole wheat flour. Ines always baked in her bunt cake pan. I used muffin pans and made 24 servings for portion control This recipe might have originated with the Purdue Extension office.
One muffin is about 20 grams of Carbohydrates = one diabetic carb.

Submitted by 60SIXTY
Thin pancake

Incredible!  5.0/5
(1 rating)
Thin pancake

Submitted by SR88201
Herring Salad, Dresdener

Very Good  4.0/5
(1 rating)
Herring Salad, Dresdener

This recipe came from my father in law who is from Dresden, Germany. It is a family tradition to make it at Christmas time

Submitted by LOUMARG
THE skinny apple pie
THE skinny apple pie

sooo low calorie

Submitted by INSEARCH4LOWCAL
Good for you low fat sugar free low calorie individual gingerbread
Good for you low fat sugar free low calorie individual gingerbread

modified by http://www.dukanaute.com/recette-pain-d-ep
ices-au-blanc-d-oeuf-en-poudre-8598.html

Submitted by INSEARCH4LOWCAL
The 400 calorie apple pie
The 400 calorie apple pie

Yes, for the whole pie

Submitted by INSEARCH4LOWCAL
Traditional German Breakfast
Traditional German Breakfast

Käsebrot, Marmeladenbrot, Apfel, Milchkaffee...

Submitted by PRAEPINGUIA
Clean eating carrot cake
Clean eating carrot cake

moist, low calorie, low fat, sugar free!

Submitted by INSEARCH4LOWCAL
Low carb chocolate donut
Low carb chocolate donut

low fat, sugar free

Submitted by INSEARCH4LOWCAL
Nanny's Tea Cakes
Nanny's Tea Cakes

a wonderful crunchy old fashion cookie. This recipe was passed down from my Great Grandmother who would be over 100 years old now had she lived.

Submitted by ANGIEMIZELL
Gluten Free Pretzel Rods
Gluten Free Pretzel Rods

These are super-crunchy right out of the oven, but if you store them in a plastic container or bag they go soft very quickly! To keep them longer than a day or so, I like putting them in a tall drinking glass where the air can circulate. Of course, you can always re-crisp them in the oven at 350F for about 6-8 minutes.

German Aple Coffeecake
German Aple Coffeecake

A little healthier option than the original post

Submitted by STURMELL
Gingerbread men
Gingerbread men

These are yummy!

Submitted by NESSAISFIT
Simple Crepes
Simple Crepes

Thin Pancakes

Submitted by HOCKINSONFENNS
Kefir–Fruit Smoothie
Kefir–Fruit Smoothie

Whirl homemade 2% kefir with frozen berries, a splash of maple syrup, and a T. of chia seeds. Makes 4 servings. Yum!

Submitted by GSIMONSON
Peppernuts
Peppernuts

We make these for Christmas. Usual tradition, in Saskatchewan, is to make them when the first snow falls. Each serving is 10 peppernuts

Submitted by WOELKV
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