This little breakfast treat reminds me of my Grandma. I remember her serving Kringle, although I didn’t know it at the time, she always bought hers from the grocery store. That was back in Illinois. Which is close to Wisconsin. Which is about the extent of my geography knowledge. But, Wisconsin is where these are famous, or so I’m told.
Last summer, before a trip to visit my parents, my dad requested I make something almond. I immediately decided I wanted to try out a Kringle recipe. After searching dozens of recipes, I meshed them all together (by adding and removing things, of course) and this is what I came up with! A perfect, flaky Kringle. One that doesn’t take hours to slave over either. Trust me when I tell you this is good. Trust me when I tell you this is low in calories. Okay, just seeing if you are paying attention or if you are mesmerized by this delicious pastry! This is NOT low calorie, so I advise you to share, with a friend, or family, or the dog, or eat it alone (over several days time)! Enjoy!
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