Hazelnut Chocolate Cheesecake | urbanbakes.com

Hazelnut Chocolate Cheesecake - A creamy mousse-like chocolate cheesecake wrapped in a crunchy toasted hazelnut-Oreo cookie crumb crust.

"Sima" is a fermented lemonade brewed in Finland on May Day (May 1) to celebrate the arrival of Spring. It's tasty and easy to make at home.

Sima: Recipe for Finnish Fermented Lemonade

Beltaine // May Day // Walpurgisnacht - "Sima" is a fermented lemonade brewed in Finland on May Day (May to celebrate the arrival of Spring.

Light blueberry-yoghurt cheesecake (in Finnish only) | Kevyt mustikka-jogurttikakku (in Finnish only)

Kevyt mustikka-jogurttikakku

Spicy Chocolate Cupcakes

Spicy Chocolate Cupcakes

Finnish delight : juustoleipä (bread cheese). #finnish #food #finland  This "squeaky cheese" is so good!

Juustoleipä or leipäjuusto translates to "bread cheese" in Finnish and its signature browned exterior comes from being baked during the ch.

Finnish Blueberry Pie (Mustikkapiirakka) This is an authentic Finnish Recipe. Although it's called berry pie, it's actually more like cake. Mustikkapiirakka has a batter base, not a pastry crust & It's very delicious! Not to sweet, but has a fresh clean taste. This dessert is typically served as an afternoon treat, along with a scoop of ice cream, and a good strong cup of coffee. YUM!.

Mustikkapiirakka (Finnish Blueberry Pie)

Finnish café Fazer collaborated with the Moomin characters for the Tove100 festivities in Summer 2014 to create a Moomin themed cafe in Helsinki, Finland, featuring Moomin desserts such as cupcakes and ice cream sundaes #cutetravels

Finnish café Fazer collaborated with the Moomin characters for the festivities in Summer 2014 to create a Moomin themed cafe in Helsinki, Finland, featuring Moomin desserts such as cupcakes and ice cream sundaes

Finnish cheeses, leipäjuusto (leipä=bread, juusto=cheese), also known as Finnish squeaky cheese #Finland

Finnish cheeses, leipäjuusto (leipä=bread, juusto=cheese), also known as…

Juustoleipa - Juustoleipä, also known as Leipäjuusto, originally comes from Southern Ostrobothnia, Northern Finland and Kainuu. It is known in English as 'Finnish squeaky cheese'. Other dialects have various names such as narskujuusto that depict the way that fresh leipäjuusto "squeaks" against the teeth when bitten. Among all its synonyms, leipäjuusto is the more commonly known name. Finland

Finnish squeaky cheese, fry in a pan with cream and sugar and eat with cloudberry jam, yummy :)

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