The part of Germany I'm from is directly adjacent to Austria, so a lot of the local cuisine intermingles. But here goes:
- Brezel (/Breze), which are usually soft, a lot like bagels, and can be cut open to put on spreads (mostly butter and cream cheese)
- Knödel (/Klöße), dumplings made from day-old rolls, milk and eggs that are a traditional side-dish for gravy-heavy meals.
- Spätzle, a noodle-like side dish where the dough is scraped into the boiling water
- Schnitzel (of course
), either breaded (Austrian origin) with fries or plain wit a lot of gravy, often mushrooms, and sides of rice, mashed potatoes, Knödel, noodles or Spätzle
- Krapfen (Berliner), like beignets, but filled with jam or jelly
- Stollen, a traditional christmas loaf with raisins and candied lemon and orange peel
- a wide variety of christmas cookies which reminds me I need to start baking and making chocolates soon
There must be tons more, Germans love to eat, but I can't come up with anything more right now... because I'm hungry now...