These treats are a real crowd pleaser when it comes to kids! You can roll them in pearl sugar, coconut flakes or in sprinkles for an authentic Swedish chocolate ball mix. They are very quick and easy to make too!
Saffron buns are served in Sweden every December. You can get them without the saffron too, but then there is cardamom in it. If you want to try the cardamom version, add 6g cardamom powder to the dough.
This is a Swedish christmas dessert called “Ris á la Malta”. You can use this recipe for lemon chips and make orange or lime chips too!
This recipe for “Swedish pepparkaka” is really easy to make. These cookies are leavened with the butter instead of baking powder.
The “Swedish ostkaka” is different from the American cheesecake recipes. The original recipe calls for rennet but you can get a similar texture from cottage cheese!
This mini version of the Swedish classic princess cake makes a perfect treat! You get to learn how to make your own marzipan. Because the cakes are small, they are easier to cover with the marzipan too! The marzipan is colored naturally with strawberry syrup. Completely additive free!