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Kransekager

Item No 82. Danish Almond Ring cake.

The forms you need for making your own kransekager.

To see the different size cakes we handle and read all about them, click here or on the picture.

 

This is one of the most well known cakes between Danes. It is used for celebrating just about anything you can think of.

It is used for weddings, birthdays, confirmations, anniversaries, graduations and you name it and it is the preferred cake.

When you are getting ready for a special occasion party you may consider getting a Danish Kransekage (or in English Danish Almond Ring Cake).

If you are not inclined to make your own kransekager, you can get them ready made from us, or you might make your own from scratch, which is not that difficult. You can get all the ingredients and make it right at your own home. We have the forms you will need and the ingredients you are able to get right here in this country. We will help you get it all together.

The forms you need to make your own are here:

Ring Cake Forms.

 

They consist of six rings with a non-stick surface for easy removing of cakes after baking. you will get a full recipe with the package and we can get you even more for your use.

Here is a recipe that comes with the forms:

Ring Cake.

Makes 18 rings.

500 grams of almonds (2 cups)

500 grams of powdered sugar (2 cups)

2-3 flat table spoon full of plain white flour

3-4 egg whites

 

Icing.

200 gr. powdered sugar (1 1/2 cups)

About 1 egg white

2-3 drops of vinegar

 

Sprinkle molds with semolina or fine bread crumbs lightly.

Grind almonds. Do this by hand and do not over mix.

Mix ground almonds, sugar and flour. Work in egg whites, a little at a time. The mixture must be firm, but not dry. Roll the mixture two fingers thick lengths on powdered sugar dusted board, and place lengths in ring molds. During baking they will swell, so make sure they are not too thick.

Press the ends of the lengths thoroughly together so during baking they won't open. Put the molds on a baking tray and bake for 10-12 min. Cool rapidly.

As soon as rings are cooled, remove from molds.

Mix powdered sugar, egg whites and vinegar to a thick mixture, and pipe this onto rings, zig-zagging as you go. Place rings on top of each other as you ice them.

Ring cake can be frozen and this will give it the right "chewy" texture.

 

We have them in stock now and can ship at any time.

To order click below:

Full set of 6 molds for kransekager  (makes 18 rings)    $25.95    Buy now

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