Isn't this gorgeous? No, I didn't make it. I ate it, though!
It has Swedish "messmör" in it, which might sound scary - it's soft whey butter, and a popular sandwich spread here. It's sweet, caramelly and slightly salty at the same time, and I get a hankering for it about once a year. Here, the messmör is used to flavor a white chocolate cream, and it's paired with a cloudberry mousse and a dark chocolate cake. Delicious, in every way. I wish I had another one.
messmör has a slight tint of dulce de leche flavour to it doesn't it? I don't like messmör so I never eat it but I've read somewhere the production of messmör and condensed milk is somewhat the same.
Yes, that's true! And it has a bit of vanilla, as well.
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this sounds like my idea of heaven. where can i buy it? (i'll be in stockholm in december)
a note on messmor (which i adore)... two friends reluctantly agreed, on two completely separate occasions (and who have never met), to taste it and both thought it tasted of fish! one was turkish and one was english...
Sorry Waspgoddess, I don't think you can. I think it was just a special promo from the producers, Fjallbrynt. Too bad, it was so tasty.
Hi.. I love that you loved it! I made the cupcakes :)
We sell them, but not as cupcakes! As cakes.. I don´t know for how long, but as long as people whants them.
Åsa, how cool!! So glad you found me! Where do you sell them as cakes? I'd love to buy one, I really loved the flavors :)
you're right, its a pretty cupcake, it looks lovely and delicious and so is the resto of your site, congratulations!
cheers from london,
We sell them at Törners konditori in Östersund.
I also have the recipie in my workblog at www.tornerskonditori.se/blogg so you can make it for your self if you want to :)
Oh great news for me! I'm going to östersund the week after next! I always get your violtårta though - would Love THAT recipe!
Hi Anne. I just bought a Messmörcake at Törners here in Östersund today. I'm having my little early birthdayparty for my relatives tomorrow. Nice to read your comment about it.
And Åsa's comment, the inventor of this lovely cake.
I am raised with a lot of messmör and brown goat cheese, I simply love it. I was so glad when I heard about this cake :)
I had a cupcake today from a place in DC, where lines are forming up for people to get a taste. Not so good, I have to say. Yours looks much yummier. Thanks for sharing!
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