Pork Schnitzel

Celebrate Oktoberfest with Pork Schnitzel! With just 7 ingredients and only 15 minutes to cook, you will be ready to kick off your German celebration in no time.

Bavarian Pretzels

Traditional Bavarian-style pretzels have a browned exterior and chewy texture. These are surprisingly easy to make and will keep you fueled to enjoy Oktoberfest!

Bavarian Beer Hall Pork Shanks

Bavarian Beer Hall Pork Shanks are delicious, packed with protein, and a hearty meal for any Oktoberfest celebration!

Vegan Spaetzle

Vegan Spaetzle is a traditional German dish that is incredibly delicious and surprisingly easy to make! All you need are a few simple ingredients and 15 minutes to kick off any Oktoberfest celebration!

Apple Strudel

Apple Strudel is much easier to make from scratch than you think! With a flaky crust and a spiced apple filling, this traditional Apfelstrudel recipe is sure to wow everyone! Serve it with vanilla ice cream or vanilla sauce, and you'll have a traditional Oktoberfest dessert that no one will want to miss out on!

Lemon Spezi

Do you want to celebrate Oktoberfest, but either aren't of legal drinking age or don't like beer? Try out this Lemon Spezi! This easy drink recipe is like an Arnold Palmer but better, and it is a traditional German beverage.

German Potato Salad

German Potato Salad is the best,  hot potato salad recipe! This recipe features tender red potatoes and bacon in a tangy dressing for the ultimate side dish for Oktoberfest!

Homemade Sauerkraut

Homemade Sauerkraut is fermented cabbage that is delicious on its own, topped on sausage, or served in place of rice. Furthermore, Sauerkraut is an authentic German side dish that is sure to be devoured on Oktoberfest!

Chilled Apple Beer Punch

Looking for a drink to enjoy this Oktoberfest? Try this insanely delicious, chilled Spiced Apple Beer Punch! It is a perfect choice because nothing says fall like apples and cinnamon.

Sauteed German Sausages

Celebrate Oktoberfest with traditional sauteed German Sausages with braised apples, onions, and Sauerkraut. This easy to make, flavor-packed, and delicious meal is one you won't want to pass up!


Lebkuchen is a gingerbread cookie recipe that is the number one cookie eaten in Germany! It's a spiced almond and hazelnut cookie that is popular for its soft center and sugar-glazed or chocolate-covered outside.


Rouladen is one of Germany’s most famous and delicious dishes to kick off Oktoberfest! Rouladen are beef roulades filled with bacon, onions, mustard and pickles, then browned and simmered in the richest gravy imaginable.

Braised Red Cabbage

Sweet and Sour Red Cabbage makes an easy side dish for any German festival. This healthy side dish is delicious paired with German sausages or pork for an Oktoberfest meal.


A Radler is a Bavarian beer mixed drink which consists of half German light lager and half sparkling lemonade. It is always served very cold and has a balanced taste with tart citrus undertones. Serve this during Oktoberfest, and enjoy!

Oktoberfest Charcuterie Board

The Oktoberfest Charcuterie Board is a fun way to celebrate Oktoberfest! With a shareable snack board made with multiple types of pretzels, soft cheese, hard cheese, pub cheese, fresh blackberries, crisp apples, whole grain mustard, cornichons all paired with some sauerkraut and bratwurst...what more could you want?

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