Happy 4th of July (with AI)

It is that time of the year again but times are changing. Did you try the new AI tools yet? I did, and will show you what I found.

Mille Crêpes (Pannkakstårta)

This French delicacy looks impressive even though it is far from a thousand layers (mille means thousand in French). In Sweden we simply call it pancake cake and offers a more festive way of serving crêpes with whipped cream and jam. Perfect for summer when friends and relatives visit.

Fat Tuesday Reminder

Time to fatten up before Lent! While the rest of the world celebrates Pancake Day, Swedes eat Semla, a delicacy that was recently featured in the movie “A Man Called Otto”.

Prinsesstårta (Swedish Princess Cake)

This traditional Swedish cake has its roots from the late 1800s. The name may have come from the finest, so called princess almonds, used at the time. The green marzipan version was first published by Jenny Åkerström, home economics teacher to the Swedish princesses in the early 1900s.

Sponge for Layered Cakes

Super light and airy – quick and easy to make. Useful for all layered cakes, just add your choice of fruit, jam, cream or frosting.

Raspberry Jam

Once you have made this, you will never want to eat store bought jam again! Contains only three ingredients and takes 15 minutes to make.

Almond Paste/Marzipan

In case you cannot find it in the store, this is a quick and easy recipe on how to make it yourself.

Dessert for the Holidays

Two of my favorite desserts for the upcoming holidays. I love pie, but sometimes it is nice with something lighter after a heavy dinner.