Oats, coffee and chocolate. These little golf-ball-sized treats are the perfect pick-me-up during a busy day at school or work.
The Perfect Cup of Swedish Coffee
You can’t have a Swedish coffee break without the most important part: coffee.
Swedish Gooey Chocolate Cake – Kladkaka
Ooey gooey, soft and chewy. This Swedish kladkaka mud cake just begs for a dollop of fresh whipped cream.
The Do’s and Don’ts of a Fika
Pop on over to the local Ikea, listen to some ABBA and grab a kanelbullar: it’s fika time!
What is Fika?
Join the coffee craze sweeping all across Sweden. Go on, take a coffee break, grab a cinnamon bun and enjoy a fika.
Swedish Cinnamon Buns – Kanelbullar
A Swedish cinnamon bun so good, it doesn’t even need frosting (I’m looking at you, American cinnamon rolls).
Swedish Almond Filled Buns — Semlor
Think of Semla as a denser, big, almond filled creme puff. Oh yea, there’s no wonder Swedes eat 20 million of these a year.
Say, “Hej!” to Fika!
Get everything you need to know about Fika, the Swedish coffee break tradition, from making the best cinnamon buns to how to make a great cup of coffee.
What on Earth is Pearl Sugar?
Learn what Swedish pearl sugar is, why it’s a useful ingredient, what to put it on and where you can find it.