A Dutch tradition at New year’s Eve is to eat oliebollen.
Soft dough donuts either plain or filled with raisins. One day only… December 31st, every year again!
Oliebollen come in different varieties. There is just a plain oliebol or for the lover they also come with raisons and/or little apple pieces. Oliebollen come in bag of 6 or 12. Perfect to share at work or with friends. And don’t forget an extra bag for a late night snack on New year’s eve.
Then there is the apple beignet. Also a Dutch new year’s eve treat.
An apple beignet is family of the oliebol. It is a slice of apple with cinnamon sugar inside puff pastry and deep fried.
The history of oliebollen are going back as far as the 17th century. And it is not entirely sure where the oliebol exactly came from. But for sure oliebollen are immensely popular in the Netherlands. And also in Kelowna now …
For the best oliebollen you go to 350 Bakehouse and Café!! We also have kroketten, bitterballen and can make ham and cheese puff sticks. Please pre-order online if you’re able to as last year we sold out quickly.