Norwegian Krumkake

Colleen Sowa


I have been making these Norwegian Christmas cookies for most of my life... they are wonderful! I use an electric krumkake baker that makes two at a time.

This is a must on our cookie list.

They are a thin, delecate cookie... very easy and fun to make, and you will proudly display them on your sweet table and in containers as gifts!

★★★★★ 4 votes
3 dozen
15 Min
45 Min


1/2 c
butter, melted (and cooled slightly)
1 c
3/4 tsp
ground cardamon
1 tsp
vanilla extract (or rum, lemon extract, almond extract)
1 1/2 c
2 Tbsp


1Melt butter and cool slightly. In medium mixing bowl, beat eggs with an electric mixer on medium speed for 1 minute. Add sugar; beat about 3 minutes or till sugar is almost dissolved. (Do not overbeat.) Stir the cooled butter, cardamom and vanilla into egg mixture. In a small mixing bowl, combine flour and cornstarch. Add flour mixture to egg mixture. Stir just till smooth. Drop by half a tablespoonful onto heated krumkake iron. When they are done, quickly roll them into cone shape (or desired shape)or lay flat on flat surface)

*** These cookies harden quickly.
2***You can serve them as is... or make a whipped cream filling, chocolate pudding filling, etc.... but serve right away when you put in a filling.

***You can roll them into cone shapes, cylinder shape, little bowls, or leave them flat.

*** Most people eat them plain, but you can dip an edge in melted chocolate and add sprinkles too.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cookies
Other Tag: Quick & Easy