Bienenstich is the German term which literally means "bee sting" is actually one of the traditional cakes in Germany with almonds and honey toppings.

Bienenstich is a tender, yeasted lightly sweetened cake with a honey-almond-caramel crunch topping. It is baked round or in a sheet pan. It is from this honey-almond-caramel topping that the name, and a story emerged, something about honey from the bee .

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