This is the 21st time that the Luxembourg Federation of Bakers have cooked up the nation's biggest "Kinnekskuch" to date.

When the traditional event first started, people were invited to attend the cake cutting ceremony at Vianden Castle. Today, however, the event takes place at Luxembourg-Gare.

2020's "Dräikinnekskuch" has a diameter of 150cm and consists of about 25kg dough and 20kg of Frangipane, honey, butter and water. Only two hours were needed to bake the masterpiece, with one hour each preparation and cooking time.

Need a little refresher of what the traditional Dräikinnekskuch is? Our Knowledge Bites on the topic got you covered!

It takes three years to become a baker, a programme that can be done at the Lycée Technique de Bonnevoie, after which individuals can still take a mastership exam.

Video in Luxembourgish:

De gréissten Dräikinnekskuch zu Lëtzebuerg
Fir d'21. Kéier huet d'Bäckerfederatioun de gréisste Kinnekskuch vu Lëtzebuerg presentéiert.