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Rare is the Norwegian or Danish couple that says “I do” without serving a kransekake, which means “wreath cake.” The tasty tower has been around since the 1700s and consists of concentric rings of marzipan biscuit topped with party crackers or flags. The bride and groom pull off the top rings with their hands in a customary scandinavian ring-breaking ceremony; the number of layers still attached predicts how many kids they’ll have. Our kransekake makes a modern statement with intricate…

Norwegian Kransekake ("Wreath Cake") - The tasty tower has been around since the and consists of concentric rings of marzipan biscuit topped with party crackers or flags.

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The Kransekake (which means wreath cake) is a traditional Norwegian and Danish cake. It is mostly eaten on special occasions, including Christmas, weddings, baptisms, and baby showers. It is traditionally 18 layers, but could be more or less.

The Kransekake (which means wreath cake) is a traditional Norwegian and Danish cake. It is mostly eaten on special occasions, including New Year's Eve, weddings, baptisms, and baby showers.

"Kransekage" Marzipan ring cake, served at New Year's Eve and other festive occasions.

Scandinavian "Kransekage" Marzipan ring cake, served at New Year's Eve and other festive occasions.

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