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Jan 31, 2021

[Answer] Which U.S. state's official pastry is the kringle?

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Wisconsin - Wisconsin is home to the “Kringle Capital of the World” — the city of Racine. Another Wisconsin town is home to a Middleton distillery, famous for its kringle cream liqueur, which combines the kringle flavor with sugar, rum, and Wisconsin cream. A kringle is a flaky, fruit or nut-filled, doughnut-shaped pastry, traditionally baked by Danish immigrants in the 19th century. Their long-standing tradition has been passed down, making its way into modern-day bakeries. While it’s technically doughnut-shaped, the Racine kringle is a bit larger than your average donut, stretching 10 by 14 inches and weighing a little over a pound. That’s one big pastry. It was so big that it became Wisconsin’s official state pastry in 2013. :


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