Swedish Sugar Cake / Sockerkaka

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About: I'm a Swedish girl who makes food Instructables. I like to read books, play video games, play guitar, work out, cook, run, fika, play sports, listen to music, ABBA of course.

The most traditional cake in Sweden for fika. Its fluffy and just sets the mood for the whole weekend.

Step 1: Heat Oven

Put it on 175°C, 350°F

Step 2: Equipment

What you need:
*A rounded cake pan
*Butter for covering cake pan
*Indefinite amount of bread crumbs
*A Bowl
*3 Eggs
*1.2 cups of Sugar
*A Whisker
*1.2 cups of Flour
*2 tsp of Baking powder
*2 tsp of Vanilla powder
*A Spatula
*50 grams of Butter
*A spoon of Lemon drops (optional)



Step 3: Cake Pan

Butter the cake pan so the cake comes out after baking. Put bread crumbs in the cake pan and shake it around so everything's covered.

Step 4: Eggs

Crack 3 eggs into a bowl

Step 5: Sugar

Add 1.2 cups of sugar. Whisk it together with the eggs. The dough should be whisked for so long so it gets white.

Step 6: Flour, Baking Powder, Vanilla Powder

Add 1.2 cups of flour, 2 tsp of baking powder, 2 tsp of vanilla powder in the same bowl. Mix it around and put it in the main bowl. Blend everything with a spatula.

Step 7: Butter

Microwave 50 grams of butter for 1 minute so it melts. Put it in the bowl and mix.

Step 8: Lemon Drops

Add a spoon of Lemon drops. This is to give it a taste of lemon. This is optional, you don't have to do this.

Step 9: Fill Cake Pan

Add everything into the cake pan.

Step 10: Bake

Shove it in the oven for a good 39 minutes.

Step 11: Cool Down

When it has baked. Flip it over on a board and let it be there for 30 minutes to cool down.

Step 12: Done.

Remove the pan from the cake and put it on a fancy plate. Now it's done. Enjoy!

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KackerlackaQleffingwell

Reply 3 years ago

If you add the Lemon drops, it gives a taste of lemon. Without it, it tastes like a fluffy bread-like cake with the crumbed bread. It's hard to explain but it's very enjoyable. :)

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Mary SuuKackerlacka

Reply 3 years ago

Hey, can I add fruit what I like, such as apple, blue berry....

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KackerlackaMary Suu

Reply 3 years ago

I've never tested that before but I'm sure you can. Good luck!

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Mary Suu

3 years ago

Perfect recipe!

I am going to make one at home :D

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li james

3 years ago

Nice Sockerkaka recipe.