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    How to make Æblekage – traditional Danish apple cake

    By Hyggestyle on October 4, 2018
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    Ta daaa! Today we have knocked up a quick Æblekage, or apple cake, a fabulous Danish pudding which is the best way I know for using up all those autumnal cooking apples. Layers of stewed apple are alternated with the happy crunch of spiced, buttery cinnamon crumbs and topped off with a cloud of whipped cream. Serve in either a large trifle

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    Spiced Scandinavian Christmas biscuits

    By Hyggestyle on September 27, 2018
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    Spiced Scandinavian Cookies One of the joys of the nights starting to draw in is the thought of a log fire and any sort of warm alcohol. These lovely ginger and cinnamon biscuits are great with morning coffee, but also exceptional with a glass of mulled wine. They have a slightly soft texture, and the warmth of the ginger and

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    Easy spiced cinnamon streusel cake

    By Hyggestyle on September 23, 2018
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    I have to say, I think this is probably the easiest and best cake I have ever made (I am still trying to overcome the emotional horror of the experimental courgette cake I made last month). Crunchy and buttery on the top, with the warm spice making you want to curl up with tea and a blanket, it has all

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    How to make giant bubble mix

    By Hyggestyle on September 9, 2018
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    This is the perfect time of year for blowing giant bubbles; not too much sun, not too hot and the air is damp, so get outside with the kids and enjoy the last of the good weather! Our bubble mix is easily made with a few store cupboard ingredients. I would add that a)we have found traditional green Fairy liquid

  • Danish Rødgrød Med Fløde - red berry pudding with cream

    Danish Rødgrød Med Fløde – red berry pudding with cream

    By Hyggestyle on July 24, 2018
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    If, like me, you have been trying to learn Danish since you were about five (watching The Killing with the subtitles off, basically), the one phrase that Danes love making you repeat for their own entertainment is “rødgrød med fløde.” The closest I can get to it phonetically in English is “rurt-th grut-th meth flurth,” and the gruntier you can