Also walking around we found a lot of bakeries. One of the pastries specific to this area is schneeballen. They're fried balls of dough strips then topped with one of your favorite toppings like powdered sugar, chocolate, cinnamon sugar, and hazelnut. Of course I had to go and try one (or four) of these out myself.
The advice that Mr. Haribo Mule gave me was that we should try a bakery that didn't just specialize in the schneeballen. Those didn't tend to be good. Weird. I would think that a place that specialized in one food would make it best. Oh well, he knows best. So we walked around and found Bakerei Stiffler. Inside, they sold lots of pastries and bread. Front and center they had schneeballen. They had mini ones for about €0.90-€1.20 each depending on the flavor. These mini ones were about baseball sized.
The regular or large schneeballen were €1.70 each but much bigger in size. These were about the size of a softball or many even a bit larger.
Rothenburg ob der Tauber
Untere Schmiedgasse 1