The 7th of November is Swedish Mud Cake Day.
It’s a day to enjoy Swedish Mud Cake, or if you don’t know what it is, it’s a good day to learn as it is an easy dessert to fall in love with!
As a result, it is brownie-like, dense in texture with a gooey, soft centre.
In Sweden, it is easy to buy mud cake already made in stores.
If you haven’t tried it before, it may become your new favourite dessert when you do!
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Activities for today
- Try making a mud cake from scratch at home!;
- Have a friend over for mud cake and a cup of coffee.
Mud cake (kladdkaka) recipe (on Take Me to Sweden blog)
In Swedish, the cake is called “kladdkaka“: “kladdig” means “sticky”, and “kaka” means “cake”.
In Swedish, the day is called “Kladdkakans dag“: “dag” means “day”.