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Scandinavian Cinnamon Rolls and Other Scandinavian Recipes for Fall
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Cozy Scandinavian Recipes for Fall

If you’d like to add a good dose of hygge to autumn, food is a great way to begin. After all, food has a way of connecting people, and togetherness is a big part of that Scandinavian way of life. Whether you enjoy baking or simply want some ideas for switching up the dinner rotation, here is a collection of Scandinavian recipes for fall.

Appetizers & Cozy Snacks

Cardamom Buns (Boller)

Norwegian Pancakes (Pannekaker)

Scandinavian Cinnamon Rolls (for October 4–kanelbullens dag, or cinnamon bun day, in Swedish)

Skoleboller (Norwegian “School Buns” with Pastry Cream and Coconut)

Main Courses

Biff à la Lindström

Fårikål

Norwegian Potato Dumplings

Steamed Mussels with Leeks and Root Vegetables

Swedish Meatballs (No Gluten, Dairy, or Eggs)

Venison with Parsnips and Chanterelles

Soups, Sides, & Salads

Creamy Celeriac Salad with Horseradish, Parsley, and Nuts

Bergen Fish Soup (Bergensk Fiskesuppe)

Roasted Cauliflower Soup (Blomkålsuppe) with Brown Butter and Cardamom

New Potatoes and Chanterelles with Lemon and Dill

Wilted Cabbage with Fresh Dill and Bacon (Kål med Dill og Flesk)

Dessert & Other Sweets

Almond-Cardamom Thumbprints with Lingonberry Preserves

Brown Butter Almond Cake with Pears

Lingonberry-Studded Almond Cake with Cardamom

Norwegian Apple Cake (Eplekake)

Norwegian Prune Porridge with Vanilla Sauce (Sviskegrøt med Vaniljesaus)

What are some of YOUR favorite Scandinavian recipes for fall? Leave a comment and let me know!

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One Comment

  • Joanie Gutermuth

    My Danish mother made fattigmann. My husband loved them and has been asking me to make them, but I hate recipes that just use egg yolks ( or whites.) Then I have to make something else to use the rest of the egg up.

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