Master Pfier is whiny baby constantly finding faults in everything and pointing them out. And for the first time, they actually describe the main character, and while I did exaggerate a bit, it did sound like he was some sort of mole man...
Pfier has a dream that he was in Heaven and could only stay if he stopped being a baby, he obviously fails and wakes up and this time he says he will really stop being a big whiny baby.
St. Peter visits a smithy and when a old beggar approaches them, St. Peter grabs him puts him in the blacksmith's fire and then makes him young with his smithing skills.
The blacksmith tries to do the same with his mother in law and... fails miserably, making her look even older.
Welp, the story is mostly the same as the one we know, except the house was made more or bread and cakes than candy, which makes sense since most candy didn't exist back then. Also the original story includes them returning home with a bunch of riches they took from the witch and that their evil mother was dead.
And I have to mention the final line in the story: "My Tale is done, there runs a mouse, whosoever catches it, my make himself a big fur cap out of it"
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