Swedish & Finnish Traditions & Food Lifestyle
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Read more on this annual Swedish Cinnamon Bun Day!
What is Swedish Midsummer?
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Swedish Summer Food
How Sweden Celebrates Easter
How to buy Swedish candy if you’re in another country
Swedish candy terms that you may want to know
Trying Finnish Easter Dessert: Mämmi
Called “kanelbullens dag” in Swedish and is on the 4th of October. You can say that it’s Swedish cinnamon bun day, something that Swedish people take seriously, and the grocery shops also. They bake lots of cinnamon buns on this day! It is a theme day every year that was created for marketing purposes in … Continue reading Swedish Cinnamon Bun Day
Midsummer takes place in June and is a celebration of the summer solstice, the longest day of the year. It is one of the most celebrated holidays in Sweden. Singing and dancing around the Maypole is a tradition and eating good midsummer food is a must. Midsummer is a two-day weekend. Midsummer eve 24th of … Continue reading How To Celebrate Swedish Midsummer
Really surprised by the taste… Traditional Finnish Easter dessert. Some people from Finland like it, some don’t. Is it chocolate, or something else? What does it taste like? Watch the video below to find out! Subscribe for more Mämmi content or more trying different nordic treats! Curious about Swedish & Nordic Treats? Buy Here To … Continue reading Trying Finnish Easter Dessert: Mämmi
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