Four Types of Chokladbollar: Almond, Mint, Regular Coffee, and Dairy-Free Coconut

If you are Swedish, or have spent any time in Sweden, you are sure to know about chokladbollar, or "chocolate balls" in English. I have grown up making and eating chokladbollar since...well, as long as I can remember. There are a few reasons for this...one is that it's probably one of the most common Swedish desserts … Continue reading Four Types of Chokladbollar: Almond, Mint, Regular Coffee, and Dairy-Free Coconut

Swedish Pancakes & Pumpkin Soup

Many Americans don't realize that Swedish pancakes are actually not breakfast food...in fact Swedes eat these thin pancakes (pannkakor) together with pea soup (ärtsoppa) as a traditional dinner on Thursdays. That's right... not a specific holiday, not a certain season, just Thursdays in general. Why Thursdays, you might ask? Eating pea soup and pancakes on Thursdays is … Continue reading Swedish Pancakes & Pumpkin Soup