My Danish Kitchen | Scandinavian recipes made in America
My name is Gitte and Im from Denmark. I live in the US with my wonderful family and I enjoy recreating classic, as well as modern Danish recipes and also trying out other Scandinavian and American dishes. I hope this blog will be helpful to anyone wanting to bake Scandinavian recipes.
Black-bottom cupcakes are seriously delicious and super moist, hence no frosting needed at all on these little babies. Funny name though and think it comes from the cupcake originally having the cream cheese encased in chocolate, sort of like a peanutbutter cup. Here I made half of the cupcakes with the cream cheese center and […]
There are no real rules on how to make a Lagkage (layered cake) but typically it starts with 3 to 6 cake layers. I used 4 cake layers and the recipe I link to here makes one cake which is sliced into two cake layers. I also have another recipe here which makes one cake […]
Layered cake is so delicious but can be a time consuming project. However, if you bake the cake layers ahead and store them in the freezer, it will save you time and the task becomes less overwhelming. Simply just pull the cakes out when needed and assemble the cake. This recipe for cake layers is […]
It’s that time of year again and although it’s a little early, I just had to make some delicious danish Æbleskiver. They are wonderful served warm with a little jam and perhaps some warm red or white Gløgg (mulled wine). By the way, they can also be made ahead of time, tossed in the freezer and […]
Every year I tell myself, that this year I am going to make a Pumpkin Pie myself. But every year I resolve to to a store-bought pie which is pretty good and so quick and easy. But if you make the pie crust ahead-of-time and store it in the freezer then it’s really not too […]