Cookies for holiday gifting

A selection of traditional Norwegian Christmas cookies that don’t require special equipment or ingredients Christy Olsen Field Taste of Norway Editor When I was the editor of The Norwegian American Weekly, I loved finding recipes for the syv slags, the tradition of seven types of cookies served at Christmastime. This wasn’t always easy though, because most of them required special equipment or ingredients that had to be special ordered. But what if you want to make Norwegian cookies for the holidays, and you don’t have a krumkake iron yet? Or kransekake ring forms? Fattigmann cutter? Or hartshorn leavening? Don’t lose heart, because I’ve put together a few traditional Norwegian cookie recipes that a
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Christy Olsen Field

Christy Olsen Field was the Taste of Norway Editor from 2019 to 2022. She worked on the editorial staff of The Norwegian American Weekly from 2008 to 2012. An enthusiastic home cook and baker, she lives north of Seattle with her husband and two young sons.

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