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Appelsinkranse

This recipe is a traditional Danish recipe (Vaniljekranse) with a small twist – we added a bit of orange peel. Usually these biscuits are supposed to look like what we call Spritzgebäck in German (spritz biscuits in English). However, we didn’t have the appropriate kitchen utensils at home, only a piping bag, and it was… Continue reading Appelsinkranse

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Gulerodskage

Greetings from the very beautiful city of Cracow, where I am now on a tour with the lovely people from the university orchestra! I made this simple carrot cake last week when a friend was visiting me, because Danes like to sell Gulerodskage (carrot cake) as something typical Danish. Since I saw so many American… Continue reading Gulerodskage

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Dannebrog Flag Cake

Finally, I can present to you the reason, why I actually started this blog! It was my roommate’s birthday the other day, and I took the chance to bake the iconic Danish cake, that actually inspired me to start blogging about my kitchen adventures. It looks quite challenging, but I think, if you just follow… Continue reading Dannebrog Flag Cake

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Danish Kanelsnegle and German Mohnschnecken

One thing one cannot NOT notice when being in Denmark for a longer time is that they LOVE cinnamon! As you may notice – so do I (more cinnamon recipes to come! YAYYY!) One of my favorites is the cinnamon roll. It looks fancy, is relatively easy to make (although it takes some time) and… Continue reading Danish Kanelsnegle and German Mohnschnecken