Don’t worry! You can still make it – and add these fantastic, good tasting pfeffernüsse or Danish Pebernødder to your Christmas baking. These cookies are small, crispy and spicy with a touch of white pepper – from where the name has it origin – and they will for sure disappear fast, if you have kids in the house.
Vanilla Butter Ring Cookies or Vanillekranse, is one of my favorite cookies. They are normally made and served during December for Christmas celebration and is a part of the huge traditional assortment of Danish Christmas cookies. The cookies are sweet, crispy and crunchy from the chopped almonds and goes perfect to a hot glass of mulled…
In December “hygge” is… to enjoy a hot glass of good smelling, nice tasting, homemade mulled wine, or Glögg as we call it in Denmark, with all our family and friends! Mulled wine or Glögg is basically just a spiced and sweetened, heated wine and I can not imagine a Christmas without that and ebelskivers – and both…
When you say Rice Porridge you also has to say Lump Cakes or Danish Klatkager. Those goes hand in hand. When we make Rice Porridge, we always makes sure there is enough left overs, so we can have Lump Cakes the day after!
Do you sometimes want dinner (or dessert) to be easy, child friendly – and cheap too!? I can recommend rice porridge. In Denmark rice porridge is normally served in December leading up to Christmas (we call it Santa’s favorite food!) – but we’re enjoying it all year round – and sometimes once a week!
Its getting colder outside, and today my kids wanted Rice Porridge sprinkled with cinnamon-sugar and topped with a big spoonful of butter in the middle, to warm themselves up with. But I didn’t have the rice to use and instead I decided to introduce them to a childhood favorite; Tapioca Porridge!
Do you feel like Muffins with Lemon and Poppyseeds? I do – and these delicious muffins drizzled with the refreshingly lemon-icing is my sixth part in “when a best friend gives you a lemon…” Go ahead. Within the next 30 minutes the muffins will be ready!
Part four in “when a best friend gives you a lemon…” will this time introduce you to a refreshingly ice cold Frosted Lemonade topped with whipped cream.
When a best friend gives you a lemon, you do what? – and let me tell you it’s not just a regular lemon.. No, it’s a big, ginormous lemon!! Enough to feed an entire family! So, now you are warned.. the next few posts will be quite lemon-ish!