Mail Order Kringles
- Jim Leff Oct 28, 2005 01:02 PM
There's no such thing as a bad Kringle. But what's your favorite mail order source?
For those sad souls who've never tried one, kringles are oval Danish coffeecakes with a hole in the center. They're hyper toothsome. Example at link below.
Racine WI. is the kringle capital of the US and there is no finer kringle than those found at Bendtsen's Bakery.
In fact after you have one you may ammend your earlier statment. ("There's no such thing as a bad Kringle")
I recommend the pecan.
I've ordered kringle many times over the years from Racine bakeries including Bendtsen's, O&H and Larsen's. I've never been disappointed with any of them. In fact, most of the time they are soooo fresh they almost feel like they're still warm from the oven when they arrive here in Kansas City!
My favs are pecan, almond, cherry and raspberry.
I often send them as gifts, especially around the holidays.
a discussion about one of my favorites -- Kringle !
O & H Danish Bakery in Racine is excellent and they also do mail orders. I've never met a Kringle that I didn't love, and my favorite flavors are the fruit-filled Kringles -- especially blueberry, cherry & raspberry. Now that it's Fall, you can also order the delicious chocolate Kringle from O & H.
They also offer many other baked delicacies.
Here in Wisconsin we're able to find fresh kringles in our local grocery stores, however, if you live further away try asking your local stores if they'll start ordering from one of the Racine bakeries, and they may be interested in doing so, even if it would be a weekend specialty item for them.
Just got my new Cheryl & Co. catalog yesterday and they're selling Kringles this year. I think it's a new item as I don't recall seeing it before. I can't vouch for the Kringle, but I can vouch for their cookies, especially the sugar cookies with icing.
Couldn't link to the Kringle page directly, just do a search for it and it comes right up.
Does anyone have a recipe for this "Kringle". I have never had one. Growing up in Oregon, our town had a Scandanavian Festival and still does every August. I don't recall this pastry. Just the Ebelskiver (spelling) and the beer garden. Anyway, I'd love to try to create this if you have a recipe. They sound wonderful!