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...
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.
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.