7 Easy Norwegian Recipes
Scandinavian Cookbook
by Silvia
41m ago
I’ve shared a lot of Norwegian recipes here, and while I love them all, there are definitely some that I make more often than others. While I do enjoy diving into a long, multi step recipe like Sarah Bernhardt cookies, when I’m short on time (or energy) there are some quick and easy Norwegian recipes I’ll opt for instead. Here they are! Eplekake (Norwegian Apple Cake) Eplekake, or Norwegian apple cake, is such a popular cake here in Norway largely because it’s so quick and easy to make. Eplekake is a classic vanilla sponge cake topped with sliced apples, cinnamon, and sugar. Interestingly th ..read more
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Norwegian Apple Kringle
Scandinavian Cookbook
by Silvia
2w ago
Norwegians are incredibly proud of their apples, so it’s no surprise they have lots of incredible apple desserts. Norwegian apple cake is one of the most popular cakes here, A kringle (also called klippekrans) is a yeast based pastry filled with cinnamon sugar, sort of like a wreath of connected cinnamon buns. In fact I developed this recipe from my kanelboller (Norwegian cinnamon rolls) recipe. This apple kringle is also filled with chopped apples, which make this kringle even juicier. Kringle is a popular coffee time treat to sever to guests here in Norway. It’s easy to m ..read more
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Swedish Apple Cake (Äppelkaka)
Scandinavian Cookbook
by Silvia
2w ago
After visiting Hardangerfjord, “the orchard of Norway,” last week I was not so mysteriously in the mood for apples. Of course it’s not yet apple season here in Norway, but luckily we can still buy apples at the supermarket. So I decided to make äppelkaka, a deliciously fluffy Swedish vanilla sponge cake topped with sliced apples, cinnamon, and brown sugar. Swedish apple cake is quite similar to Norwegian apple cake (I’ve shared my Norwegian apple cake recipe here), however it’s typically a lighter sponge cake with more milk in the batter. To be honest I prefer Swedish apple cake, but if you te ..read more
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Pannkakstårta (Swedish Pancake Cake)
Scandinavian Cookbook
by Silvia
1M ago
My birthday is this month, and this weekend I decided to celebrate early with a Swedish pannkakstårta, or pancake cake. This is a popular cake in Sweden to serve on birthday mornings – like a pancake breakfast but more festive! Pannkakstårta is made with a stack of thin Swedish pancakes filled with cream, berries, and jam. Some people make the cake simply with a pile of pancakes, but I like to wrap the entire stack in pancakes as well so that it looks like a proper cake. And wow, let me just say that pannkakstårta is so good. If you like thin, crêpe style pancakes you will love this pancake c ..read more
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Kanelbullar (Swedish Cinnamon Buns)
Scandinavian Cookbook
by Silvia
2M ago
Over the weekend I went on a ski weekend in Myrkdalen with some friends and we were staying at a cosy little cabin, so of course I wanted to bake something delicious for us. And what’s cosier than kanelbullar, or Swedish cinnamon buns? Kanelbullar are made with a sweet cardamom dough filled with cinnamon sugar and butter and twisted into large knots. I’ve tried a lot of kanelbullar recipes over the years, and I really do think this one is the best. It’s extra buttery, with just the right amount of cinnamon and sugar. Kanelbullar are very similar to their Norwegian sisters, kanelsnurrer. The ma ..read more
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Flødeboller (Danish Marshmallow Puffs)
Scandinavian Cookbook
by Silvia
2M ago
Last night I went to dinner at my friend Ida’s house, and I wanted to bring a dessert that looks pretty but that we could all eat with our hands without any big fuss. So I decided to make Danish flødeboller! Flødeboller are Danish marshmallow puffs made with baked marzipan cookies topped with whipped vanilla egg whites and dipped in chocolate. You can also decorate them with coconut flakes, freeze dried berries, or whatever else you like. Flødeboller, also called Danish dream puffs, are one of those desserts that look a lot more impressive than they really are. They’re actually quite easy to m ..read more
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Kanelsnegle (Danish Cinnamon Rolls)
Scandinavian Cookbook
by Silvia
2M ago
Denmark has so many wonderful sweet buns and pastries (hello, Danishes), and one reliable Danish classic is kanelsnegle. Kanelsnegle, or “cinnamon snails,” are Danish cinnamon rolls made with a buttery cardamom dough and filled with cinnamon, sugar, and butter. Kanelsnegle set themselves apart from other cinnamon rolls with the great amount of butter in the dough and their hint of freshly ground cardamom. Traditionally they are bare or drizzled with powdered sugar icing. However last time I was in Copenhagen I had the most delicious kanelsnegle with cream cheese glaze at Andersen & Maillar ..read more
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Småland Ostkaka (Swedish Cheesecake)
Scandinavian Cookbook
by Silvia
2M ago
Rain is pouring down in Bergen today (I know, I’m shocked as well) and it was cold enough to fire up my wood oven. The good news is that Alfie had really needed a bath after we went on a muddy hike this weekend, and now it looks like the rain has done the job for us. And the other good news is that I decided today would be a good day for a cosy and super easy dessert: Swedish cheesecake! Scandinavia shares a lot of similar desserts, but one cake that is very different in Norway and Sweden is cheesecake. While Norwegian cheesecake is the crushed cookie crust and cream cheese version Americans a ..read more
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My 6 Favorite Danish Cakes
Scandinavian Cookbook
by Silvia
2M ago
I’ve always loved visiting Denmark, and now that I live in Bergen I often have layovers in Copenhagen when flying abroad, and whenever I can I try to extend them so I can spend a few days in the city. Copenhagen is so beautiful, I love wandering the streets, and Copenhagen has way better shopping than Bergen. But the highlight for me is always Copenhagen’s bakeries. And I don’t think I’m alone in saying that. Ask anyone about their trip to Denmark and I guarantee they’ll mention a pastry or cake – or many pastries and cakes. And oh were they delicious. Here are my top choices for the best Dani ..read more
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Danish Fragilité Cake
Scandinavian Cookbook
by Silvia
2M ago
You’ve probably tasted Sarah Bernhardt cookies, which are widely beloved across Scandinavia and abroad. And Johannes Steen, the same pastry chef in Copenhagen who created the Sarah Bernhardt cookie, also developed a wonderful cake: fragilité cake. Fragilité cake has layers of hazelnut meringue filled with a thick coffee cream. The meringue top is slightly crispy with a chewy bottom, and the coffee cream complements the hazelnuts perfectly. And because fragilité cake is intentionally imperfect, it’s quite easy to make. I think of fragilité cake as a more adult (because of its coffee flavor) and ..read more
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