Monday, October 11, 2010


Scandinavia is my second big love, next to my boyfriend J of course :-), and especially Sweden since my brother moved there with his girlfriend July 2009. One of the things I like so much about Scandinavians is the delicious things they bake at home. The kladdkaka for example. We enjoyed it big time this weekend with the family. A great, quick and easy-to-make-chocolate cake. Therefore I like to share the recipe with you.
Any ideas or trics to make it even better? Scandinavian blog-readers? Let me know.


2 eggs
3 dl sugar (yes, dl. Even though not fluid)
2 dl flour
3 table spoons cocoa powder
1 table spoon vanilla sugar
100 gr butter

Set oven to 175 C. Make the butter melt slowly on low temperature. Take a bowl to gently stir eggs and sugar. Take another bowl to mix flour, cocoa powder and vanilla sugar; add this mixture to the eggs/sugar. Gently stir in the melted butter and put the mixture in a round cakeform. Put in the 175 C oven for about 15-20 minutes. It is finished when the inside of the cake is still a little soft/ fluid when you move the form. Tastes also great when still warm, together with whipped cream and cherries as a dessert...


  1. it tastes lovely with vannila icecream. And I always put in 4-5 tbspoons of cocoa powder;)


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