Norwegian Biscuit Tree.

I do not know what this type of cake is called in english. But it is an very tradisjonal cake in norway at every kind of celebration. This one was for x-mas. And belive me, there would not be x-mas or a big celebration without it.

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tcturtleshell Says... 10 years ago

That is very nice! I love hearing traditions from other people & their countries!! Thanks! Could you give us the exact measurement? Thank you!

tili Says... 9 years ago

you dont need the baking rings - you'll just make a long roll about 1,5 cm in diameter - then you'll cut pieces in 2.5 cm (two of the first size) then 5 cm, then 7.5 cm and so on. You'll make them triangular, form then into cirkles and bake. One of the small ones will be rolled in to the top.

cakelady1994 Says... 10 years ago

very pretty

Anonymous Says... 10 years ago

Beautiful cake! I saw this once on the Food Network. What are the levels made of?

zoozieqv Says... 10 years ago

Yeah! Very cool!!! :)

stuttgartkim Says... 10 years ago

What is this made of? I would love a recipe and instructions! Way cool.

elin Says... 10 years ago

It is made by 9 or 12 or 18 rings. Very easy to make, just grounded almonds, icing sugar and egg white. Cook in the oven and cool of. Ceep in the freezer till use. I will give the recipe.

m0use Says... 10 years ago

is this right elin: it's called Kransekage, go to http://www.maidofscandinavia.com/ (aka Sweet Celebrations) and the sell the pans there.

elin Says... 10 years ago

Yes. Kransekake it is. That link is a denmark one. A little different recipe from what I use, but seems quite ok. I usually roll out the rings with a little stiffer dough. But the pan is important, to get the right sice of the rings. It is worth the trying. One of my favorit. Do not cook to long.

AngelWendy Says... 10 years ago

Very interesting! I like the guy on top!

cakelady1994 Says... 10 years ago

very pretty

Anonymous Says... 10 years ago

Beautiful cake! I saw this once on the Food Network. What are the levels made of?

zoozieqv Says... 10 years ago

Yeah! Very cool!!! :)

stuttgartkim Says... 10 years ago

What is this made of? I would love a recipe and instructions! Way cool.

elin Says... 10 years ago

It is made by 9 or 12 or 18 rings. Very easy to make, just grounded almonds, icing sugar and egg white. Cook in the oven and cool of. Ceep in the freezer till use. I will give the recipe.

m0use Says... 10 years ago

is this right elin: it's called Kransekage, go to http://www.maidofscandinavia.com/ (aka Sweet Celebrations) and the sell the pans there.

elin Says... 10 years ago

Yes. Kransekake it is. That link is a denmark one. A little different recipe from what I use, but seems quite ok. I usually roll out the rings with a little stiffer dough. But the pan is important, to get the right sice of the rings. It is worth the trying. One of my favorit. Do not cook to long.

AngelWendy Says... 10 years ago

Very interesting! I like the guy on top!

tcturtleshell Says... 10 years ago

That is very nice! I love hearing traditions from other people & their countries!! Thanks! Could you give us the exact measurement? Thank you!

tili Says... 9 years ago

you dont need the baking rings - you'll just make a long roll about 1,5 cm in diameter - then you'll cut pieces in 2.5 cm (two of the first size) then 5 cm, then 7.5 cm and so on. You'll make them triangular, form then into cirkles and bake. One of the small ones will be rolled in to the top.


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