Glazed Ginger Bread. Product of Germany.
- Special during Christmas holidays
- Spiced and peppery
- Best when it ripens in two weeks
- Made in Germany, popular year-round
A search of the web will will show the translation of “PfefferNusse” as “Pepper Nuts”, but they can be made from other things as well. Someone gave me a bag of these particular ones (Lambertz) for Christmas, they are made from Ginger, and are soft and delicious, with no obvious presence of nuts. I can recommend them and intend to buy some more myself when they become available.
If you like Ginger, you will love these.
SheraCenter Valley, PA
My grandmother used to bring these every Christmas for me and my siblings. We’d devour them in a matter of hours and I would always want more. She passed away recently and finding these here makes me miss her, but I will be eating these in her honor.
They have a delicious icing on the outside and an even better inside, which consists of a gingerbread cake-like bread. The two flavors mix unbelievably well. Pfeffernüsse translates to “Pepper nuts”, but even with the name, most of these German cookies are not made with nuts, and they also do not usually contain black pepper. Just try it… you won’t regret it.
SamiraCasa Grande, AZ
GREAT PRODUCT. WE BUY THEM EVERY YEAR AT CHRISTMAS. WE USUALLY BUY 5 OR 6 BAGS AND THEY GO VERY FAST. WE ALSO USE THEM FOR GIFTS AT XMAS. PLEASE KEEP STOCKING THEM.
JacindaNew Wilmington, PA