Recipes and food lovingly baked.
Carrot Cake (Gulrotkake)
Carrot cake (gulrotkake) as a delicious send-off for April! The recipe is from my first cookbook, but this time in Bundt form. I didn’t have any cream cheese on hand for the frosting, so I made a simple glaze of sour cream, about 18 percent fat, mixed with confectioners’ sugar. Just loved how it came out. I baked it for 50 minutes, but it probably could have come out a few minutes earlier - my new stove is just so much more powerful than the last one. Moist, bouncy, the right amount of sweetness
Brown Cheese, Honey & Rye Quick Bread
Brown Cheese, Honey and Rye Quick Bread 🍯 It’s a favorite at home - soft with a delightful crumb, and the caramelly and malty scent as it bakes and when it’s cut into is divine. All the things that make this quick bread so inviting. It’s best served warm, so the brown cheese retains its smooth consistency and each bite is tender and springy. With so many incredible flavors from the rye, honey, and brown cheese, you don’t really need to serve it with anything other than perhaps some good butter.
Fastelavnsboller (carnival buns)
It’s time for fastelavnsboller (Carnival buns)! ✨ As celebrations kick off tomorrow on Fastelavnsssøndag, the scent of delicious sweet buns will fill the air. In Norway, it’s traditional to cut the buns in half and serve them filled with whipped cream. Sometimes a spreading of jam or custard will grace its interior as well. Other countries have their similarities and variations, such as almond paste and icing. Just feel free to make them however suits you best. 🥳 You’ll find my recipe for the
Brown Cheese, Honey & Rye Quick Bread (brunostbrød uten gjær) - North Wild Kitchen
Winter is transitioning to spring and while some days feel enveloped by the sun, others still contain the cold and crisp breath of winter. On those cooler days, it’s nice to pull together a loaf in no time at all that’s meant to be eaten warm from the oven with a good dollop of butter. That’s where this bread comes in. It’s a quick bread, meaning no yeast or starter is required, just leavening agents like baking powder for rising. It teeters the line of being a cake despite the name and falls i