9″ extra large size ($12.00)
8″ Old Fashion Pie Pan size- ($10.00)
4” Miniature ($4.00)
3” Sampler flavors ($3.00)
8-3″ Sampler Gift Box-you may choose the flavors-$25.00
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Here are the available 68 flavors: Note:~~~~~I have added some new flavors to the bottom of the listing. It maybe worth your while to ck them out–very interesting and fun to try.
1. Almond Creme: Almond flavored custard topped with sliced almonds. A lady’s favorite and so delicate looking.
2. Almond Toffee: Almond flavored custard mixed into Karen’s own toffee recipe. Chopped almonds are added.
3. Apple: Fresh green Granny Smith apples or apples from our daughter’s apple trees used in this traditional apple kuchen. Topped with cinnamon and sugar.
4. Apricot: Canned apricots used for this kuchen. Another traditional flavor. Dried apricots can also be used if you request dried. Cinamon and sugar sprinkled on top.
5. Bacon: Real dried bacon spinkled on top of a creamy custard and comes out of the oven with a crispy bacon topping.
6. Banana Creme: Banana flavored creamy custard sprinkled with sugar and crushed dried bananas.
7. Blueberry: Fresh Blueberrys that pop while baking or pop in your mouth with a creamy custard. Sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar. Our daughter likes this one a lot.
8. Blueberry Lemon: A nice lemon twist with fresh blueberrys for those who love the taste of lemon.
9. Blueberry Rhubarb: Fresh blueberrys and rhubarb a delight combination. If you like strawberry rhubarb you might like this new twist.
10. Bumble Berry: Triple Berry (blueberry, raspberry, blackberry) and rhubarb for a sweet tart taste.
11. Caramel Apple: A creamy custard with green apples and homemade caramel spread on top. My husbands favorite.
12. Caramel Pecan: A creamy custard topped with homemade caramel and sprinkled with pecans. Wonderful combination. A grandsons idea.
13. Caramel Rhubarb: Dipping a chopped rhubarb into my caramel recipe one day and creating this kuchen. Really sweet/tart but oooohhh so good.
14. Cherry Cola: Dried cherrys mixed with creamy custard and flavored with cola syrup. Remember cherry cola?
15. Chocolate Chip: A creamy custard mixed with mini chocolate chips. Kids an grownups love this kuchen. A kids favorite at Farmers Market.
16. Chocolate Toffee: A creamy custard mixed with choc. toffee chips. It tastes like an old fashioned malted milk shake.
17. Chokecherry: A creamy custard topped and swirled in with homemade chokecherry jam with bits of chokecherrys. The chokecherrys are locally hand picked in ND.
18: Cinnamon Rice: The old German bake rice inspired me to bake a kuchen that tasts like my Mom’s baked rice recipe. White rice used with creamy cusdard and sprinked with cinnamon and sugar.
19. Coffee Bean: A creamy custard mixed with chopped coffee beans. A coffee lovers delight.
20. Cool Lime: A creamy custard flavored with Lime and topped with graham cracker crumbs. Reminds me of Key Lime pie.
21. Cottage Cheese: Another traditional old time flavor, only cottage cheese was homemade back then. A creamy cheesy taste sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar. My Moms favorite kuchen. A lot of family members like this one.
22. Cranberry: A creamy custard mixed with sun dried cranberrys topped with sugar. A holiday favorite. We have tried fresh Cranberrys. Yummy! taste extra burst of flavor.
23. Date: Dried chopped dates mixed into a creamy custard sprinkle with sugar. In times past if they didn’t have prunes they used dates.
24. Double Decker: Vanilla custard with swirled chocolate custard to delight your taste buds.
25. Fruit Salad: A creamy custard mixed with crushed pineapple and cottage cheese topped with mandarin orange slices and marasehino cherrys. A cute unique kuchen if you like pineapple and it looks like a salad. Kids like this one. A grandsons favorite.
26. German Chocolate: Tastes just like German Choc. cake with coconut, cocoa, and pecans mixed in a creamy custard.
27. Gooseberry: Gooseberrys taste like rhubarb and green grapes all rolled into one! A creamy custard,gooseberry, sugar and sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar. A nice zippy taste. Remember Gooseberry pie?
28. Hazelnut: One of Karen’ favorite flavors created this recipe. Chopped filberts and sugar top this kuchen with hazelnut flavored custard. If you like Hazelnut coffee you will love this kuchen.
29. Huckleberry: A creamy custard topped with fresh huckleberrys imported from the state of Oregon. Huckleberrys have a jasmine flavor to them and the kitchen just smells lovely with baking these kuchens. A bit of a sour apple taste to them. Very good!
30. Juckleberry: What a little guy! We married June and Huck and came up with Juck. Huckleberrys and Juneberrys what a “cool get together”. The taste is wonderfully wild and just awesome. Ken named this kuchen and I am sure I will be saying “chuckleberry” with my German accent.
31. Juneberry: One of my top flavor. Fresh frozen juneberrys added to a creamy custard and sprinkled with sugar. Juneberrys are a cousin to Blueberrys but are more woodsy as most them grow wild. Juneberrys have a almond nutty taste to them. They are called Sassatoons or spring berry in Canada.
32. Juneberry Raspberry: A delightful combination of two local fruits. Better grap a napkin as you will drool eating this kuchen.
33. Lemon: Lemon favored custard with lemon peel added and topped with graham cracker crumbs. A lemon lovers delight.
34. Malted Milk: A malted milk flavored custard topped with crushed malted milk balls. Old soda fountain flavor.
35. Maple Pecan: A maple flavored custard topped with chopped pecans sprinkle with sugar. My sister loves this one as it reminds her of long johns from the bakery.
36. Northwoods: Wild Rice and sun dried cranberrys added to a creamy custard. This has a flavor all of its own. Very unique and nutty combination. Very Lake of Woods in MN.
37. Orange Marmalade: Orange marmalade mixed into creamy custard. If you like oranges this one is for you.
38. Peach: One of my top flavors. Fresh frozen peaches layered in creamy custard and sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar.
39. Pecan Rum: Rum flavored custard with chopped pecans. A holiday favorite. Good for dipping into fondue.
40. Peppermint Creme: Peppermint crunch sprinkles on top of creamy custard.
41. Pistachio: Pistachios and almonds mixed with a creamy custard yields a delightful kuchen. Makes for a unique dessert.
42. Plum: Canned plums used in a creamy custard spinkled with cinnamon and sugar. Old time flavor.
43. Poppy Seed: Almond flavored custard mixed with poppy seeds. Different!
44. Prune: The Classic Kuchen and oldest flavor in the kuchen family and so loved by the Germanic people. Creamy custard, prunes and topped with sugar and nutmeg.
45. Pumpkin: Traditional pumpkin pie flavord custard. Fresh pumpkin is used in season. You have to like pumpkin to like this one.
46. Raspberry: Creamy custard with fresh frozen raspberrys. Sugar added and sugar and cinnamon sprinkled on top. Locally picked raspberrys when in season.
47. Raspberry Vanilla Chip: The softest kuchen created. With vanilla chips added to the raspberrys it comes out very creamy. Topped with cinnamon and sugar. A soft soft kuchen like a fluffy pillow.
48. Root Beer: Root Beer flavored custard mixed with root beer bits of candy. Crushed root beer candy topped on this kuchen.
49. Rhubarb: Fresh frozen rhubarb coated with sugar on a creamy custard. The rhubarb is locally picked and frozen the same day. Sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar. Karen’s favorite kuchen.
50. Sauerkraut: Amazingly good with brown sugar added to kraut, a tangy sweet flavor kuchen. Got to be as German as it gets!
51. Sour Cherry: Dried Cherrys and fresh frozen Black Cherries mixed with creamy custard. Cherry extract for extra flavoring. Sprinkled with sugar.
52. Sour Cream Raisin: The idea came from a delivery truck driver at the local C-Store who said his father used to have a bakery in SD and made Sour Cream Raisin kuchen. He said it was perfect. This kuchen tastes a lot like sour cream raisin bars which my Mom loved to bake for Ken.
53. Strawberry: Fresh frozen strawberrys used with a creamy custard sprinkled with sugar. Customers were asking for plain Strawberry kuchen so here it is.
54. Strawberry Peach: Strawberrys and peaches both fresh frozen used in this kuchen. A jam by this name inspired Karen to try this combination. Srinkled with cinnamon and sugar.
55. Strawberry Rhubarb: My number 1 flavor. This one is always sold out first at Farmers Market. A sweet tangy taste all at one time. Rhubarb picked locally and fresh frozen strawberrys used. Sprinkled with cinnamon and sugar.
56. Streusel: My plain Jane kuchen. Vanilla flavored custard with a crunchy streusel topping. One of the kuchens has to be just “simple”.
57. Sugar: Vanilla custard with no fruit added but cinnamon and sugar sprinkled on top. Some people just like sugar kuchen. I used to call this my wedding kuchen.
58. Tapioca: Tapioca pudding mixed into a creamy custard with makes it really thick and creamy. Sprinked with cinna sprinkles. Our son and daugher-in-law love this kuchen.
59. Toasted Coconut: A coconut flavored custard topped with toasted coconut flakes. If you like coconut pie, this one is for you.
60. Toffee Chip: Toffee Chips swirled into a vanilla custard. Different.
61. Triple Berry: One of my top flavors. A combination of Blackberrys, Blueberrys and Raspberrys. Too pretty to eat kuchen. But a delightful blend of berries. A nieces favorite.
62. Turtle Trax: A surpise that happened. Eating turtle candy one day I thought this would make a wonderful kuchen. So all I did was add chocolate chips to my Caramel Pecan kuchen. The taste is outstanding. This is an absolute hit with all of those who have tried it.
63. Chocolate Mint: flavor-Bits of chocolate and mint like Andes Candy. Leaves a wonderful after taste.
64. Blackberry: Fresh frozen blackberrys added on top of the custand with a 2nd layer of custard added. Very elegant.
65. Black Chokeberry-(Aronia): This tastes just like Chokecherry without the seeds-very good and gives a wild taste to this kuchen.
66. Honeyberry:–Aaaahhh honey kuchen–what a wonderful taste with a delightful look of purple honeyberrys.
67. Tropical Trio:—Pineapple, Papaya, Mango–if you like these fruits this is the kuchen for you.
68. Pineapple:—we have tried adding pineapple to custard and it is really good, though I prefer cottage cheese with this.
Ideas for flavors just come to Karen and thru trial and error and eating a lot of messed up kuchen we have created quite a selection of kuchen.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at any time.
We hope you can find few to enjoy!