NYT Cooking: Blotkake, layered spongecake covered with drifts of whipped cream and fruit, is a dessert that Norwegians are passionate and possessive about. It is a traditional sweet finish for any festive meal, whether a long, dark winter lunch or a long, sunlit summer dinner. “Scandinavians really value lingering and feasting at the table,” said Maren Waxenberg, a Norwegian-American cook wh...

Blotkake (Norwegian Cream Cake)

NYT Cooking: Blotkake, layered spongecake covered with drifts of whipped cream and fruit, is a dessert that Norwegians are passionate and possessive about. It is a traditional sweet finish for any festive meal, whether a long, dark winter lunch or a long, sunlit summer dinner. “Scandinavians really value lingering and feasting at the table,” said Maren Waxenberg, a Norwegian-American cook wh...

Almond Lace Wafers are a classic Scandinavian holiday cookie with a crisp toffee flavor!

Reader’s Recipes: Almond Lace Wafers

Scandanavian Brownies - source: Midwest Living. Sadly, these have bad reviews at Midwest Living, but I love the decoration idea.

Scandanavian Brownies - source: Midwest Living. Sadly, these have bad reviews at Midwest Living, but I love the decoration idea.

Buttery Scandinavian Almond Bars are the perfect treat for all the almond lovers in your life! ~ theviewfromgreatisland.com

Scandinavian Almond Bars

Buttery Scandinavian Almond Bars are the perfect treat for all the almond lovers in your life! ~ theviewfromgreatisland.com

Tilslørte bondepiker (Norwegian, ”Veiled peasant girls”, known in Sweden as ”Angel's food”) is a traditional Scandinavian dessert. The dish is layered, with mashed apples  at the bottom, followed by a layer of whipped cream, a layer of toasted bread- or rusk crumbs, followed by another layer of whipped cream and usually a thin layer of crumbs on top. It is typically served in transparent glass bowls. It was popular before the introduction of ice cream.

Tilslørte bondepiker (Norwegian, ”Veiled peasant girls”, known in Sweden as ”Angel's food”) is a traditional Scandinavian dessert. The dish is layered, with mashed apples at the bottom, followed by a layer of whipped cream, a layer of toasted bread- or rusk crumbs, followed by another layer of whipped cream and usually a thin layer of crumbs on top. It is typically served in transparent glass bowls. It was popular before the introduction of ice cream.

Kladdkaka, sticky white Scandinavian chocolate cake. Every café in Sweden has a kladdkaka on the counter and they outsell the other cakes two to one. There is just something about a slightly underbaked, chocolatey mess that just is so intensely alluring.

How to Bake Perfect Kladdkaka – Scandinavian Chocolate Cake -

Kladdkaka, sticky white Scandinavian chocolate cake. Every café in Sweden has a kladdkaka on the counter and they outsell the other cakes two to one. There is just something about a slightly underbaked, chocolatey mess that just is so intensely alluring.

Lefse is a Scandinavian Christmas treat you will want to add to your holiday traditions. This Lefse recipe suggests serving them with butter and sugar.

Lefse

Lefse is a Scandinavian Christmas treat you will want to add to your holiday traditions. This Lefse recipe suggests serving them with butter and sugar.

Do you like liquorice? Check out our recipe for chocolate truffles with liquorice and beetroot powder. Spoil yourself! Scandinavian food | Scandinavian dessert

Black gold – a few words about liquorice

Do you like liquorice? Check out our recipe for chocolate truffles with liquorice and beetroot powder. Spoil yourself! Scandinavian food | Scandinavian dessert

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