Bløtkake (Norwegian Cream Cake) – North Wild Kitchen

Yay for May and layer cakes! Norwegian Cream Cake (Bløtkake) is a celebration cake, perfect for 17 Mai. Layers of cake, jam, custard, whipped cream & fruit.

Bløtkake, A Norwegian Classic (Video) – Thanks For The …

May 14, 2014 · Bløtkake is a classic Norwegian cake and wonderful on Syttende Mai. Make this cake and celebrate 200 years of the Norwegian constitution!

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Bløtkake med Tyttebær (Layer Cake with Lingonberries

This recipe for Norwegian bløtkake, or layered sponge cake, is topped with sugared lingonberries, giving a sweet and slightly tangy taste all at once.

Blotkake Birthday Cake Recipe Norsk Blotkake, – Norway

Bløtkake with Sprinkles (left) Strawberries, raspberries or blueberries work well for this blotkake birthday cake recipe. Make a 4th of July flag Cake, or a 17th of May, Norway’s Constitution Day cake.

Blotkake: Norwegian Cream Cake. – Mondomulia

It’s called Bløtkake and is a traditional Norwegian cake made with layers of sponge, jam and whipped cream, topped with fresh fruits and berries. My husband specifically asked for this cake, which neither of us had tasted before, because it “looked” fresh and light.

Blotkake – Norwegian Cream Cake- Upstate Ramblings

May 18, 2014 · BlØtkake. I first had this Blotkake when my son was …


Bløtkake med jordbær – YouTube

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May 19, 2016 · Deilig bløtkake med ferske jordbær, vaniljekrem og valnøtter! Ingredienser : Kakebunn: ( alle ingrediensene bør helst være romtempererte. ) 5 egg 150 gr. suk

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Bløtkake – Jeff’s Baking Blog – Jeff Coombs

Bløtkake is a Norwegian cake that is made in many different ways. In Norwegian, it literally means “wet soft cake.”

Bløtkake – Norwegian Birthday Cake – Norwegian …

Bløtkake – Norwegian Birthday Cake. Ingredients: For the cake: 3 large eggs separated and at room temperature 1½ cup sugar 2¼ cups cake flour 3 tsp. Baking powder

Blotkake (Norwegian Cream Cake) Recipe – NYT Cooking

Blotkake, layered spongecake covered with drifts of whipped cream and fruit, is a dessert that Norwegians are passionate and possessive about It is a traditional sweet finish for any festive meal, whether a long, dark winter lunch or a long, sunlit summer dinner “Scandinavians really value lingering and feasting at the table,” said Maren …