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Carol Stocker

Tuesday, December 27, 2011


Krumkaka (Krumkake in Norwegian) is a thin Norwegian waffle cookie, traditionally made at Christmas time. A special iron is needed to make these, it can be electric or stove top....I have an electric one, very easy!  Fill them with whipped cream, fruit, or eat them plain.  Ryan likes to make them in shapes other than cones.

Krumkaka (Krumkake)

4 Eggs
1 Cup Sugar
1/2 Cup Melted Butter, cooled
1 1/2 Cups Flour
3 Tbs Cornstarch
1 Tsp Vanilla (or Vanilla Sugar)
1/2 Tsp Cardamom

Prepare your Krumkaka Iron

Beat eggs and sugar until yellow and creamy.  Add melted butter.  Then Add the rest of the ingredients. Mix until you get a smooth batter.
Drop batter on center of hot iron in about 1 inch rounds.  Close lid and cook until light goes off or the krumkaka is very lightly browned.
Remove cookie from iron and roll with the cone shaped roller, it will harden immediately, repeat with the others.
Fill the cones with whipped cream, fruit, or just eat them'll never want a store bought waffle cone again!

Egg, Sugar, Butter mixture
Add Dry Ingredients

Spoon batter onto iron

Very lightly brown, I can never get the batter perfect

Ryan is rolling
Lainie is eating

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