Sometimes it’s nice to make a cake that needs no baking, just an overnight stay in the refrigerator. This is such a chocolate cake, full of crunchy and sweet goodies.
A traditional Norwegian cookie recipe found on alleoppskrifter.no
These cookies are often baked for Christmas in Norway, but many have the sense to enjoy them the year round. They were not part of my mother’s seven sorts baked for the holiday season, but I’ve had the good fortune to be offered them elsewhere both as a kid and as an addult. Delicious stuff I can tell you – Ted
Pears, Raisins, hazelnuts, honey, golden syrup, white wine and redcurrant jelly sounds like a match made in heaven for anyone who regard the dessert as the highlight of the meal. Someone like me – Ted 😉
A classic caramel recipe found on tara.no
A Sweet classic that can be flavored with chopped nuts, cardamom, gingerbread spices or grated lemon peel. These should be added when the cooking is done and just before you pour the caramel mixture into the mould.
A quickly made Swedish pan fried bread recipe
found on koket.se
This is a super nice pan fried bread done with baking soda. The dough do not need to rise, just roll out the dough in rounds and place in the frying pan.
A classic Norwegian lefse recipe found on brodogkorn.no
Soft lefse is soft and sweet and extra nice with cheese. They are cooked on a griddle, and made with sour milk, sour cream, butter and golden syrup. You can also make a wholemeal version that makes for great hiking food.
A delicious French Toast recipe found on lylesgoldensyrup.com
This sweet sandwich with sliced banana, chopped pecans and Lyle’s Golden Syrup is perfect for a morning treat. Tastes even better with a side of yoghurt!
A delicious pancake recipe found on lylesgoldensyrup.com
Rich cream, crunchy nuts and Lyle’s golden goodness… Enjoy this creamy treat for a special morning start – or a great dessert at any time!
A delicious chicken marinade found on lylesgoldensyrup.com
Treat your chicken to this great twist on a soy sauce sweet marinade.
A flapjack, muesli bar, cereal bar, or granola bar is a sweet tray-baked oat bar made from rolled oats, butter, brown sugar and golden syrup.
The item is known as a “flapjack” in the United Kingdom, the Isle of Man and Ireland and as a “muesli bar” or “cereal bar” in Australia and New Zealand. In other countries, including Canada, the United States, and South Africa, such products are referred to as “oat bars”, while the word “flapjack” is used to describe a pancake. In the UK, the term “cereal bar” is often used to describe products which contain fruits, nuts, other cereals apart from oats, and, occasionally, chocolate.
As many other traditional Norwegian bread recipes this one feature golden syrup. I know I have mentioned it several times before, but it’s important to use a golden syrupe like Lyle’s or similar and not corn syrup.
Lyle’s and similar syrups has a distinct taste that together with the kefir also used in the recipe gives the bread their particular taste – Ted