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My Love and My Passion

Family and food!

My family relocated to Memphis from Germany in 2016.

We love it here. It turns out that the famous “Southern Hospitality” is actually a thing! 


My husband and I love our jobs and our daughter just left the nest for college. What’s missing? Traditional, healthy homemade German bread. After a hard day of work as an executive in the office, I can't wait to get creative in my kitchen at home.

I would be honored to share my authentic German baked goods from My Little Heidelberg kitchen. If you like it, I hope you’ll tell your friends and help me spread the word.

Guten Appetit!

My Products

My breads and rolls are a mix of traditional German and European recipes made with all natural and mostly organic ingredients. Please enjoy some family favorites, like the bread rolls called "Brötchen". There is no German breakfast without them!


My products have less sugar, no artificial flavors and only non-GMO ingredients. They do not contain preservatives.

I will always try my best but depending on several conditions (e.g. my mood or the humidity) look and taste might slightly differ.

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Keep it fresh!

My breads and rolls are best when they come right out of the oven. They do not contain any preservatives!

Do NOT store your fresh loaf or the rolls in the refrigerator; this will accelerate the staling process and cause artisan bread to dry out prematurely.

Depending on the ingredients and moisture your loaf is best eaten within 3-5 days of being baked. Keep it in a bread box or plastic bag. To bring a day-old slice of bread back to life, just pop it in the toaster. An easy way to always have fresh bread is to slice the loaf and freeze it.

The best way to reheat rolls is to put them frozen in a cold convection oven, set Convection Bake temperature to 285 Degree Fahrenheit (140 Degree Celcius), turn the oven off after about 10-12 minutes. Leave them in the oven for a couple more minutes if you like or if the core is still frozen.

If you freeze a whole loaf of bread, let it thaw over night in the bag and put it in the preheated oven at 450 Degree Fahrenheit (230 Degree Celcius) for about 5-8 minutes to crunch it up.

Please contact me if you have any questions.


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