So it’s finally Easter. To me Easter symbolize the beginning of spring after too many long and dark winter months. I can’t say me and my family really celebrate Easter – we give the kids Easter-eggs filled with candy, we eat sill and lamb-roast dinner but really nothing more. But still, we all get together at my parents house where we grew up. Three sisters with family and kids, our aunt and my parents just hanging out, eating tasty food and laughing together.

Swedish kladdkaka

This recipe is possibly one of the most classic Swedish recipes. Kladdkaka or “sticky cake” is similar to a brownie – gooey and chocolaty and a easy recipe to just throw together. I decorated mine with all things Easter – strawberries, chocolate eggs and a classic Swedish candy called Polly.

You will need;
0,5 cup flour
0,2 cup cocoa powder
1 pinch of salt
2 eggs
1 tbs vanilla extract 
100 g butter
0,5 cup butter 
0,5 cup breadcrumbs

Swedish kladdkaka

Do this;
Preheat oven to 175 degrees and lightly grease a round baking tray with a removable bottom, sprinkle over breadcrums so it sticks to the side.

Melt the butter in a microwave or on the stove, add the rest of the ingredients and stir to combine without whisking it. Pour it in the baking tray. 

Bake in the lower part of the oven for around 15-20 minuets until the sides have started to set. You will think that it’s undercooked but it sets up afterwards. Let cook completely before removing it from the tray. Decorate it and serve with cream whipped until soft peaks. 


9 Comments Add yours

  1. Kathryn says:

    A brownie cake and all of those scrumptious toppings?! I’m so in! This looks so beautiful and so fun for spring 🙂


    1. Thank you! When in doubt – go all in! Haha


  2. Oooooo this sounds great ! This is my kind of cake, all chocolatety and brownie like, yum…you talk about a delicious overload of chocolate 🙂 I definitely will be making this for sure !!!!
    Petra, I have nominated you and your blog for the Liebster Award. I thoroughly enjoy your blog and would love for other bloggers to come over and enjoy it too.
    Please stop over at my blog post.

    Thanks Petra, have a great weekend 🙂


    1. Haha, chocolate is best enjoyed in overloads 😉
      Oh thank you so so much! I´m really honored you thought of me, you are so sweet! Have a great weekend to you to and thank you again!


  3. Yum! lol! This looks amazing and Thanks for bringing this by Throwback Thursday!



  4. Carlee says:

    That looks beautiful and delicious. Any excuse to get together with family and eat good food is a good one as far as I’m concerned! Thanks so much for bringing this deliciousness to Throwback Thursday!


    1. Thank you! Yeah, I agree, I don’t really care that much about traditions but it’s everything around it that’s important 🙂


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