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Holiday Desserts with International Flair From Main Line Area Bakeries

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Six eateries in Philadelphia’s western suburbs offer seasonal treats that span the globe—everything from yule logs to dulce de leche.

French

This year’s Christmas menu at Le Petit Mitron offers three variations of the French yule log. Order yours in one of four traditional flavors. Or try fruit ganache or sorbet. The last day for yule log orders is Dec 20. 207 Haverford Ave., Narberth. (484) 562-0500.

Weinrich German Bakery offers seasonal specialties like Bavarian pretzels, triangle cake, German butter cake, hamantaschen and German cheesecake. This family-owned business has been baking since 1961. 3545 West Chester Pike, Newtown Square. (610) 356-9918.

Yori’s Bakery crafts an array of German desserts for the Christmas season. Enjoy traditional favorites like gingerbread, springerle, pfeffernüsse, stollen bread and yule logs. 15 N. Church St., West Chester. (610) 344-9674.


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Italian

A fixture since 1924, Corropolese Italian Bakery & Deli specializes in cannolis, cream puffs, eclairs, sticky buns, and sfogliatelle, along with an assortment of cookies and Greek favorites like baklava. 2014 Old Arch Road, Norristown. (610) 275-6664.

Latin

Cake highlights on the holiday menu at Alondra’s Bakery include pastel de tres leches and rompope (Mexican eggnog). 113 W State St., Kennett Square. (610) 444-3966.

Dia Doce Bakery‘s cupcakes are available until Dec. 24 by special order. Varieties include gingerbread, dulce de leche, red velvet candy cane and more. 100 S. High St., West Chester. (610) 476-5684.