I’m blown away by how much you guys love my rúgbrauð recipe for traditional Icelandic rye bread, so I wanted to share another Icelandic favorite! Kleinur used to be a Christmas tradition but today they’re eaten year-round all over the country.
These little muffins are your key to easy, happy holiday breakfasts! Breakfast is the first thing to fall apart during the holiday season in our home.
Chili was our annual pre-trick-or-treating dinner as a child, and it’s a tradition I’m happy to keep going today! There’s few things that are quite as comforting as hot, thick chili topped with lots of sour cream.
I can’t get enough of dark chocolate and orange this fall! Ever since those irresistible orange liqueur brownie bites I can’t seem to stop myself.
Real talk: this bread was gone in 24 hours… between just the two of us. I’m not particularly proud of this, but I’m confessing our bread-sins because you need to know just how irresistible this is.
These are a wine night game-changer, and let me tell you they are addictive. Just one bite and you’ll want to uncork your favorite red and settle in for a good long night of chatting with friends and Netflix binging.
Naan is not only the most amazing flatbread ever, but it can deal with vague measurements from an admitted non-baker and still puff up beautifully every time. If you’re intimidated by yeast, don’t be, because the beauty here is that we’re not actually baking it.
I have a deep love of traditional foods, recipes that have been handed down through generations and stood the test of time for good reason. Often served topped with smoked salmon or lamb, rúgbrauð is a classic Icelandic bread commonly found in cafes and homes throughout the country.