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These pancakes resemble puffy doughnuts and are incredibly light and fluffy. They are traditionally eaten around Christmastime, but you can enjoy them whenever you want. Enjoy with syrup, jam or icing sugar.
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.
A nice comfort cake for all cinnamon lovers. Quick and easy. This apple cake was very light and is yummy with fresh cream or ice cream.
A lovely side dish, especially for Christmas. Red cabbage pairs with fruit flavours from cherry and lemon juice.
This recipe comes straight from my mother-in-law in Denmark. It's a little labour-intensive, but once you get the hang of it, you'll be addicted! Serve warm with a brown sauce, small red boiled potatoes and sweet and sour cabbage. Better still, double the batch and have enough the next day to slice and place on toast with mayonnaise (open-faced, of course, the Scandinavian way)!