Friday, August 29, 2014

Recipe: Swedish Kladdkaker

Over the past year, I have learned a lot about Sweden and the people here. One of the things I have definitely learned about Swedish women: they know how to bake. Every time Nick and I go to a Swede's house for dinner, the food is always good and the dessert amazing. Today, I'm going to share a recipe for Swedish Kladdkaker, which is similar to a mud cake, or my personal favorite dessert- lava cake from restaurants. Yum!

mud cake recipe
my first kladdkaker!
2 äggs (eggs)
3 dL strosöcker (sugar)
5 mL vanillinsocker (vanilla sugar, or vanilla back in the US)
60 mL kakao (cocoa)
1.5 dL vetemjöl (flour)
1 mL salt
1 dL smält smör (melted butter)

Spread in a pie tin or 23x33 cm (9x13 in) pan, and bake in the oven at 175°C (350°F) for 30 minutes. The kladdkaker should be slightly 'jiggly' in the middle- it won't look 'finished', like brownies or cake do when they are completed.

To make my kladdkaker pretty, I dusted it with some powdered sugar. Then, serve it with ice cream & chocolate sauce and you've got a delicious kladdkaker!

kladdkaker recipe Swedish
Kladdkaker with ice cream and chocolate sauce
kladdkaker recipe
kladdkaker with ice cream, chocolate sauce, and caramel!
Thank you so much Jessica for the amazing recipe!

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