Koeksisters (or Koeksusters) come in two cultural flavours. The Afrikaner Koeksister is this recipe, then there is the traditional Cape Malay Koeksuster that is slightly thicker and softer, rolled in coconut and a bit spicy.

Koeksisters (or Koeksusters) come in two cultural flavours. The Afrikaner Koeksister is this recipe, then there is the traditional Cape Malay Koeksuster that is slightly thicker and softer, rolled in coconut and a bit spicy.

Koeksisters from Food.com:   								This is a traditional South African dessert.  These very addictive treats are not for people who are conscious of weight or sugar intake!  These freeze fantastically well and are thus a great lifesaver for when unexpected company arrive.  Time to make does not include overnight chilling time.

Koeksisters

Koeksisters from Food.com: This is a traditional South African dessert. These very addictive treats are not for people who are conscious of weight or sugar intake! These freeze fantastically well and are thus a great lifesaver for when unexpected company arrive. Time to make does not include overnight chilling time.

South African Melktert (Milk Tart) | "My 'ouma' South African grandmother's legendary milk tart. It is lip-smacking. The recipe is a real winner. It is a traditional South African tart that is very easy to prepare."

South African Melktert (Milk Tart) | "My 'ouma' South African grandmother's legendary milk tart. It is lip-smacking. The recipe is a real winner. It is a traditional South African tart that is very easy to prepare."

Karringmelkbeskuit (buttermilk rusks)  Buttermilk is a popular rusk flavour. It is quick and easy to make, because you can use self-raising flour.

Karringmelkbeskuit (buttermilk rusks) Buttermilk is a popular rusk flavour. It is quick and easy to make, because you can use self-raising flour.

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