Prepared by the best local chefs, the record-breaking Kaiserschmarren, a fluffy, sweet pancake-style dessert is the star of the show at the Stubai Kaiserschmarren Fest, served in all varieties.
A stunning new world record has been confirmed in Stubai Valley at the festival’s debut six years ago: The record for the largest Kaiserschmarren in the world was achieved at the 1st Stubai Kaiserschmarren Fest on the shores of Kamplersee Lake in Neustift in 2015. This year sees the sixth edition of this delicious lakeside fest on October 3, 2020. “Kaiserschmarren” is an icon of Austrian cuisine and an absolute must-eat food of Tirol. Kaiserschmarren is a fluffy shredded pancake, which has its name from the Austrian Emperor, Kaiser Franz Joseph I, who was very fond of this kind of dish. Made from a sweet batter using flour, eggs, sugar, salt, and milk, Kaiserschmarren is baked in butter, torn with forks and served with stewed plums. You will taste it in all variations at this festival, from hearty to sweet. It is surely fit for an emperor! Live music and activities for kids organized by BIG Family Stubai round out the festival fun that begins at 11:00am.