The Ultimate Guide to 7 Traditional Swedish Cookies

By Swedish Metal Chef, Metalhead in the kitchen

5.0
Language: English

This course is for you

Have you heard of Sweden? Now have you heard of the Swedish way of drinking coffee and eat something sweet to it? There's a special word for it and it is called — Fika. And one of the most important tradition is to serve 7 kinds of treats. If you go to Sweden, you will find these delights everywhere. But even though they are so popular, baking a really good traditional cake is tricky. They either get too hard, too dry or too anything else but the real deal. Well, I love pastry that´s why I've learned the secret of making the perfect ones. I learned from my mother, who learned from my grandmother and so on. These recepies goes back centuries. And in this course I will teach you, step by step, how to make the 7 perfect Swedish cookies. And if you try them once, you can't stop. You can amaze your friends and family with these very traditional Swedish pastries. Don't get fooled by my shaved head and my beard, I can bake like you've never seen anyone bake before. So, in this course, you will learn what ingredients to use, what to prefer and what to avoid getting the perfect consistency. How to work with the dough, the exact proportions to getting it just perfects. Also, I am going to reveal to you some tips and tricks that you cannot find anywhere else. All that, baked in with a lot of fun stuff. Now let´s get baking.

Course overview - 8

  • Introduction

  • Love Bites (Kärleksmums)

  • Chocolate Cuts (Chokladsnittar)

  • Almond Cakes (Mandelkubb)

  • Dreams (Drömmar)

  • Raspberry Caves (Hallongrottor)

  • Caramel Cuts (Kolasnittar)

  • Farmer Cookies (Bondkakor)

Meet your instructor

Swedish Metal Chef
Swedish Metal ChefMetalhead in the kitchen
Roller coasting through hockey, game developing and animation, this average metal dude from Northern Sweden always returns to his beloved kitchen to mix up some delicious heavy metal treats. He might look scary, but has a heart of sugary gold. Have you heard of Sweden? Soon you will have heard of the Swedish way of drinking coffee and eat something sweet to it. There's a special word for it and it is called - Fika.