Here is a dessert that is completely new to me, Swedish Fika Cake. The cake is baked in a spring form pan. I placed some parchment paper on the bottom of my pan and then buttered and floured the pan as directed. The cake base is a butter cake with nearly 2 sticks of butter. It is baked for 30 minutes and then a layer of almonds cooked with butter, sugar, flour and milk is placed on top and baked again for 15 minutes. The top becomes this crispy almond brittle which is to-die-for. My husband wanted to eat all the crispy bits around the edge as he stated that was the best part. This cake was really scrumptious and I will definitely be making again. To see what others thought head over to Tuesdays with Dorie.
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We loved it, too. Yours looks delicious!
I feel like this was a universal winner with everyone! Yours looks great…and I think your husband was right…the brittle was the best part.
Wasn’t this cake great!! Loved it.
I think yours came out the best-looking…that topping!