How to Make Krumkake (A Norwegian Waffle Cookie) Print
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Krumkake (A Norwegian Waffle Cookie)

  • Author: Kelsey Restemayer


A traditional Norwegian cookie. Popular at Christmastime.





  1. Beat the eggs and sugar until lemon colored and light.
  2. Mix in the melted butter, salt, nutmeg, vanilla, heavy cream, and flour.
  3. Pre-heat your krumkake iron.
  4. Drop by spoonful onto a krumkake iron. (I used about 2 teaspoons, but you may have to experiment with the right amount to fill your iron.)
  5. You may need to press down on the iron a bit if your iron does not have a clamp. You want the cookie to be fairly thin to roll.
  6. Cook until light brown.
  7. Remove and roll with the krumkake rolling pin.
  8. Press down for a few seconds to “seal.”
  9. Be sure to roll before the cookie cools. It hardens quickly.
  10. Store until you’re ready to serve. Holiday tins work great.
  11. Enjoy!


Be sure to roll before the cookie cools. It hardens quickly.

  • Category: Desserts
  • Cuisine: Norweigan

Keywords: norwegian, krumkake, waffle cookie, nutmeg

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