Rich Fruit Kuchens
Total TimePrep: 40 min. + chilling Bake: 35 min.
Makes4 coffee cakes (8 servings each)
Great recipe and very easy to make! I had 10 apples that needed to be used and I had been wanting to try this recipe for a while. So, I made up the dough the day before and made the kuchens the next day. The dough was very easy to work with and I had no trouble with the filling running over in the oven. I sliced the apples thinly so they would be tender when cooked and I doubled the topping as we like a lot of topping. I'm glad I doubled the topping mixture as it was just enough to cover the 4 kuchens nicely. I will definitely be making these again--I plan to make both peach and apricot next time.
These are so versatile.. I made the 4, only made different flavor:2 apple,and 2 peach DeeeeeLicious!
Can they be frozen ?
I have been looking for this recipe. It is exactly how my grandmother used to make.
Sounds amazing!! This makes alot!! do you think this would be fine to keep a couple in the freezer? I am not sure if I want to try to mess with recipe to get only one kuchen out...I guess I will just be passing a few out to friends or family!
NOTE: squish the dough as flat as possible before cooking, then when you add the custard it will not over flow. the dough will rise alot!!!
If you like Kuchen, this is the one for you. I made it myself, and it was just like my German Grandmothers!!!!! I LOVED IT!!!