Swedish style gingerbread.
This is a very traditional cake in Sweden eaten all year but especially around christmas since this cake is a soft version of the gingersnap cookie. There are countless versions of this cake but we have chosen this old tried family recipe that adds lingonberry preserve to the mix which makes it incredibly moist. Swap out lingonberries for whole berry cranberry sauce for a cheaper version.
Directions are on the label and all you have to do is to make sure you have all the "wet" ingredients; butter, buttermilk, eggs, lingonberry preserve, at home before getting started. The cake is stirred together in one bowl, doesn't get easier that this!
Cake mix ingredients: flour, sugar, baking soda, spices.
Net weight 22oz
$ 11.99 $ 17.92
Spanish Saffron Use for baking or cooking traditional dishes like Paella and saffron buns.
Considered the most expensive spice in the World and is derived from the Crocus flower. Each plant has 4 flowers and each flower has 3 stigmas which makes the spice. Each stigma has to be hand picked and it takes an enormous amount of flowers to make up 1gram of saffron
This jar contains 1.7g, or 0.06oz. Many cheaper ones contain a third of the weight.
This is a great price guaranteed. Here are some price examples out there: World Market $4.99 for 0.50g, Walmart $17.74 for 1.7g, eBay $13.49 for 1.7g
Dan Sukker Mörk Sirap.
Made with sugar beets.
For making dark bread and other uses.
Light sugar beet syrup.
Classic basic syrup for making sweets, cookies, desserts.
A must for making knäck!
100 % Coconut fat. A must for making Ischoklad!
Make your own "melt in your mouth" gourmet chocolates. Use whatever chocolate you prefer: dark, milk, white and top if you like with nuts, candied ginger, orange peel, crushed candy pieces or sea salt and enjoy! Use 2 parts chocolate and 1 part coconut fat.
Also used in baking and cooking.