A common dessert is Czech buns and cakes. Most of these sweet dishes from various types of dough with a filling and covered with chocolate. There are many favourite cakes and tarts, almost every family who bakes has its specialties. But it is not too strictly traditional recipes that would outweigh the others. Among the raw materials include plant foods (eg. various fruits, rhubarb), various crumble, chocolate, plum jam or poppy.
At Christmas is baked for example gingerbread cookies made of honey dough. various nut candy or puffs from egg whites etc.
Shrove Tuesday is a day, when they are held parades of masked and theatre performances. Czechs bake divine grace (the recipe you [Read all]
Easter cake or Easter loaf (Czech: mazanec) is baked usually at Easter, from sweet yeast dough, which is also used on the [Read all]
Traditional Christmas cake (in Czech: vánočka) made from yeast dough would ceremonial Christmas table should not be missed. The [Read all]
Lamb (Czech: beránek) is a traditional Easter bread, which you can bake many kinds of dough. From the rubbed, sponge, cream [Read all]
Czechs bake a special ceremonial bread from yeast dough called Judas breads (Czech: jidáše). Their shape symbolizes the rope [Read all]
Báč is leavened potato pie. It originated in the area around the town Klatovy and Pilsen, which is in western Bohemia. It can [Read all]
Gingerbread is small pastries made from honey dough with gingerbread spices. In the Czech Republic it is the traditional [Read all]
Mrkvance or even mrkvánky are traditional buns made from yeast dough stuffed with carrots. They come from the city Polná in the [Read all]
Přesňáky or Patenty or Lokše (Slovak title) are pancakes made from a simple potato dough, baked dry fat-free. On the Moravia [Read all]
Trdelník is a traditional sweet bread shaped like a large hollow cream horns, but without the cream filling. It is made from a [Read all]