This typical South Tyrolean dessert goes perfectly with a cappuccino.
For many people the Krapfen are the real highlight at the end of a cosy meal or a delicious snack in between. Homemade and very tempting, they give the taster the feeling that he has not eaten too many calories. This, too, is part of complete enjoyment (in the picture you see Krapfen filled with poppyseed form the Val d’Ultimo valley).
These are not the well-known carnival doughnuts, which are also called Krapfen in German. The filling, wrapped in thin dough, is baked in oil and served warm, covered with powdered sugar. Mostly the Krapfen are filled with cranberry marmalade. If you haven't finished with the chestnuts at Törggelen, you should definitely order a Cafè Macchiato and Krapfen. It's worth it!