Scandinavian Christmas: Day 12
Welcome back to Scandinavian Christmas, Day 12. I can't believe today is the last day of the series! It has been so much fun hearing from everyone. Thank you all to have participated and have read the series! Today I get to introduce you to my sweets, Ryan. He is mostly German with a small percentage Scandinavian heritage, but we definitely play up the Scandinavian part over the holidays. :) Today he is going to share with you one of his new-found loves: rice pudding. I want to preface the…
Scandinavian Fruit Soup
This chilled soup is an excellent counterpart to a cookie tray. It provides contrasting flavors and textures without refined sugars, while still being a sweet finish to the meal. It also makes an excellent bedtime snack after candlelight services and keeps for several days in the fridge.
Fruktsoppa | Traditional Sweet Soup From Sweden | TasteAtlas
A sweet fruit soup traditionally prepared during holidays and for various celebrations in Sweden, fruktsoppa is often served on the Swedish Christmas buffet. This dish is similar to a fruit compote, composed of a combination of dried fruits, usually prunes, apricots, and raisins, tart apple slices, lemon slices, water, cinnamon, tapioca, and sugar