Dronning Maud Pudding

In English, this dessert translates to ‘Queen Maud Pudding’ and is a Norwegian classic. The dessert was invented when Queen Maud, the youngest daughter of the British King Edward VII, and her husband King Haakon visited Haugesund in Norway in 1906. Originally the pudding consists of layers of whipped cream and chocolate, however, here you’ve…

Kokosboller

These delicious little treats are a common snack across Scandinavia and are blissfully familiar with your old Teacakes. Here you’ve got a biscuitless, sugar-free alternative which is just as tasty. Have a go at these and you won’t regret it when the dark chocolate breaks over the sweet marshmallow-like filling. They’re also incredibly simple to…

Tilslørte Bondepiker

A Norwegian classic, this one is perfect as a healthy snack or as a fresh dessert after a hearty meal! Ingredients for one 1 apple 2 tbsp coconut oil 100g cottage cheese 25g oats Cinnamon and ground cardamom Method Dice the apple and fry with 1tbsp coconut oil until soft In another pan, fry the…

Æbleroser

… Is Danish and means Apple Roses. This little treat is a lot easier to make than it seems and will definitely be a show stopper on any cake table. The roses are great to make a day before they are served, just keep them in an air tight container.