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These Swedish biscuits are known as Rosenmunnar in Swedin. I like to use strawberry jam but you can use any flavour of jam you like.
These are the easiest biscuits I have ever made. In Sweden, they're known as brunscrackers. You can add 2 tablespoons of cocoa to the flour if you fancy a chocolate version. The only problem I have with them is you can't eat just one!
A Christmas and New Year tradition - and a must if you're Wassailing. Be sure to toast "Be in good health" before your first sip.
In Denmark it is traditional to serve a cooked pickled red cabbage for the Christmas Eve dinner. This is my mum's, and it is so easy to make and will be a great side dish to any roast duck, turkey or goose. When reheating, I like to add a tablespoon of black currant jam to enhance the flavour.
These are my family's favourite biscuit. They are simple to make, unique and pretty. A wonderful recipe to make for a Christmas food gift. Take your recipe along, everyone will want a copy!
These Swedish ginger biscuits are traditional Christmas treats. Delicate and delicious.
This recipe makes two loaves of the traditional rye bread that they have been serving for centuries in Sweden.
A divine, delicous swedish apple pie.
Kladdkaka, also known as Swedish sticky chocolate cake. Simple to make and perfect with afternoon tea!
This is a fail-safe recipe for rich, buttery and flaky pastries. These are different to croissants and can be filled with your favourite preserves, or even chocolate if desired.