Swedish cookies

Vaniljkakor (Swedish Vanilla Cookies) from Food.com: This is one of my favorite cookies. It's from my Swedish Grandma. They are very simple, but I think that's what I like about them. Very tender and rich.

Vaniljkakor (Swedish Vanilla Cookies)

One Perfect Bite: Swedish Dream Cookies

From the kitchen of One Perfect Bite. The Swedish cookie tray, gleaned from my childhood memories, was a testament to logistics so e.

Havreflarn - beautiful Swedish cookies. I made these today. They are soooo awesome.

Havreflarn

{recipe} Maybe you know these from IKEA? Make your own Swedish Havreflarn (oat crisps) at home.

Great with coffee or tea for snack (or breakfast)! This tart is undeniably made of almonds; you get the creaminess, sweetness and crunch of almonds in every bite!

Swedish Almond Tart

Almond tart~Great with coffee or tea for snack (or This tart is undeniably made of almonds; you get the creaminess, sweetness and crunch of almonds in every bite!

Swedish Sour Cream Twists (Layered Yeast Cookies) from The Food Charlatan. These pastry-like cookies have yeast in them but require no rising. You just have to chill the dough a while, roll in lots of sugar, and twist to get one of the best Swedish Christmas traditions! We make these every year. I love to dip them in hot chocolate! Add this unique cookie to your plates this year. Your neighbors will love you!

Swedish Sour Cream Twists (Layered Yeast Cookies)

Swedish Sour Cream Twists (Layered Yeast Cookies) - The Food Charlatan

Pepparkakor (Swedish Ginger Cookies) – 100% whole wheat, dairy-free and just as crisp and delicious as the traditional kind!

Pepparkakor (Swedish Ginger Cookies) – whole wheat, dairy-free and just as crisp and delicious as the traditional kind!

Kolasnittar are Swedish cookies made with syrup. They are amazingly crunchy with a hint of cinnamon and have an unusual shape due to their diagonal cut.

Kolasnittar (Swedish Syrup Cookies)

Kolasnittar are Swedish cookies made with syrup. They are amazingly crunchy with a hint of cinnamon and have an unusual shape due to their diagonal cut.

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