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Nutella Swirl Buns with Orange Glaze

Nutella Swirl Buns with Orange Glaze

What do we eat in Norway for Easter? I think most Norwegians would agree it wouldn’t be Easter without an orange in your backpack or some type of pastry that has oranges in it. There is something very festive and Norwegian about this fruit that brings back sweet...
Scandinavian Open-Face Sandwiches

Scandinavian Open-Face Sandwiches

I had all sorts of plans to publish this post over a month ago but it seemed like a beast of an article to write so I kept postponing it. But as the saying goes, all good things are worth waiting for, so I hope you will agree that there will be a lot of valuable info...
Brente Mandler

Brente Mandler

Brente Mandler loosely translates to ‘candied almonds’ in Norwegian, and a yearly Christmas tradition to make in Norway. You will find these in Sweden and Denmark too and you can see these sweet and crunchy ‘brente mandler’ in the Christmas markets in Germany, where...
Nøtteroser – A Norwegian Christmas Cookie You’ll Want to Make

Nøtteroser – A Norwegian Christmas Cookie You’ll Want to Make

2020 has been a bit of a different year for us to put it mildly, and therefore I believe we deserve to treat ourselves with extra cookies! The season is here for embracing that extra cheer and bring some happiness to our lives via the kitchen, and I for one, am really...
Tekake Norway’s Coffee Cake

Tekake Norway’s Coffee Cake

I was searching my site to see if I had ever shared a recipe for Norwegian ‘tekake’ with you and was surprised to see I hadn’t! It’s such a simple and satisfying cake, really no Norwegian food blog should be without a recipe for it. This week I experimented with a few...