The Danish traditional celebration cake, Kransekage, is a very common centre piece in Icelandic confirmation parties. Over the last decades it’s often replaced with a tower made from chocolate, syrup, butter and Rice Krispies. Ingredients most kids are fond of. A mother contacted me a while back and asked if I could develop a recipe […]

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Ingredients 80 g of 85 – 100% chocolate 1 tbsp vegan butter or cocoa butter 1 tbsp hazelnut- and almond butter, from Monki 1 cup pecan nuts, from Rapunzel 1/2 cup walnuts, from Rapunzel 1/2 cup popped quinoa, from Rapunzel 1 pomegranate 12 drops caramel stevia, from Good Good 1 tsp pure vanilla, from Rapunzel […]

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Few weeks ago the good old internet showed me something that looked like some kind of magic. Pancakes made from only 3 ingredients; red lentils, water and salt. I wasn’t optimistic this would work and the first time I made them I didn’t like them at all. The flavour and texture wasn’t nice. But lo […]

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The The last day of Christmas is known as Þrettándinn in Iceland. It literally translates as “The Thirteenth” but is more commonly known as Twelfth Night in the English-speaking world. Since Christmas starts on December 24 in Iceland, it’s called Thirteenth Night instead. You can read more about the tradition HERE. It’s a mysterious time, […]

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