The smells of Christmas are the smells of childhood… Richard Paul Evans Around here saffron buns in December is a tradition. We make a yellow dough, we leave it to rise on it’s own, we cut it, roll it and make kittens out of it. Well, at least the buns are called cats in Swedish. […]
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How to bake the Swedish version of saffron buns called lussebulle around here? Get a cup of coffee, and sit back and watch because I just uploaded the saffron bun baking video. There you’ll see how we do it – step by step. Related PostsAdvent Green Muffins Where to take a seat?
Every year about this time we make a batch of yummy saffron buns. It is one of my favorite traditions even though I otherwise avoid the kitchen. This year I have decided to share the recipe here on my blog. It is because of Pam’s International Winter Holiday Cookie Recipe Swap (love the festive name!), […]
* Empty recipe cards (pdf) – print it and fill in your own favorites The recipe for Swedish saffron buns I bake these every December before Christmas. Swedish they are called lussebulle and while I did my own recipe card I created a free PDF for you all to download. Above is a PDF with […]