In Swedish mini pancakes are called “plättar” You need a special pan to make these, but the batter is a standard Swedish pancake batter so you can make big ones if you like.
Hot blueberry soup is served out in the snow at many winter resorts in Sweden. Here you get a recipe for a delicious sweet soup with a crispy cookie.
This sorbet is a twist on a Swedish drink called “flädersaft”. The oatmeal tuile is easy to make and delicious to every type of ice cream. You can also make bowls with these cookies if you shape them over a glass while they are still hot.
Cinnamon buns is a must on the “Swedish fika”. If you don´t have pearl sugar on top you can add almond slivers instead. These sweet rolls are delicious to dip in ice cold milk.
The Swedish semla is a real classic! It even has its own theme day in Sweden where you can get them from almost every bakery around the country. Here you get the recipe to make your own!
This is a traditional dish for a Christmas buffé in Sweden. It is also often served for lunch with sugar, cinnamon and a variety of syrups. The porridge is lovely cold or warm.