Ingredients

How to make it

  • Using a wire whisk, blend the sugar with the butter, then whisk in beaten eggs.
  • Slowly whisk in the whipping cream.
  • Add flour and all of the remaining dry ingredients and extract, whisking together until well blended.
  • The mixture is the consistency of very thick pancake batter.
  • Drop batter by teaspoonful onto preheated KrumKake iron and cook about 30 seconds, or until cookie is just lightly golden brown.
  • Remove cookie from iron and immediately roll around krumkake cone to shape.
  • Cool on waxed paper and store in air-tight container (I prefer glass over plastic for storing these - seems to keep them crispier).
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  • chrispf 5 years ago
    This looks much easier than doing it with my old fashioned cast iron pan on the stove. I am sure it is a lot less messy, too.
    My mom has an electric one, but she lives 3000 miles away from me.
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    gagagrits ate it and said...
    Isn't it nice to pass the torch, I have done that alot lately. In have a pitzell iron, I also gave it to my daughter this last Christmas. We would love to make these together. I will have to work on getting a krumkake cone. And atlas wee all know the secret of you foodie name. You are one neat lady...:)
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  • ammers 5 years ago
    Being a good Norwegian I can't have a holiday with out these. I made these cookies for the first time in September. Boy was that fun. A fun way to change the flavor a little is by changing what kind of extract you use. I prefer the orginal but hazelnut is good as well.
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    sunny ate it and said...
    You get points for the name alone. I need to find something that's called Sunny. = )
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    michellem ate it and said...
    Now how did I miss this one?! I love it! Where do I find one of those fancy irons in the picture? These look wonderful!
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  • tinadc 6 years ago
    I am not a baker but this looks easy enough for me to attempt. I wisdh myself good luck hahaha
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    lunasea ate it and said...
    Delicious *salivate* and I haven't had these in ages. I am bookmarking your recipe to try soon. Thank you for sharing!

    ~ Vickie
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    zena824 ate it and said...
    Krum...I saw these in Europe too.... Wonderful.....you always come up with the perfect recipe....Good Girl.....
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  • abaigael 6 years ago
    Josh's brother loved these - I had to send some home with him. He was planning on filling them with some ice cream or something sweet. These really are good! :-)
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  • lollya 6 years ago
    ahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
    krumkake posts krumkake - i love it. it's like an autobiography right here in group recipes. DIVINE!
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  • linebb956 6 years ago
    Krum.. .that is such a nice story! I passed down my coconut cake... God.. were getting old!

    I actually looked at a iron to make these... I think next year.. I will. They prob will be on sale after the Holidays...

    Merry Christmas Krum...
    Hey... hows the weather? Saw snow on the football game!
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  • krumkake 6 years ago
    Thank you, everyone, for your comments - I have to give my youngest daughter credit this time...I told her it was time the "krumkake-making art" be passed down to the next generation and SHE made these today!!! Her grandma (at 89 years of age) is SO proud of her - she did a fantastic job as a first-time krumkake "baker and roller"...a tradition has been passed down - an ethnic recipe carried on...my holiday is now complete! Thank you again for your nice comments on the recipe. Now you know the secret of my "foodie" name.
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    berry ate it and said...
    Wonderful recipe and step by step, thanks Krum!
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    sherman ate it and said...
    Lutefiske, Lutefiske, Leftsa, Leftsa, Merry Christmas Ya sure, you betcha...Those look PERFECT...I have my moms old iron. I've never seen a 2 banger like yours. These are so delish but they take forever and a day to make. No wonder they are such a treat.
    Merry Christmas
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    shirleyoma ate it and said...
    Oh now your talking!! Gotta make these, haven't had them since I was Europe!
    yummmmmmm
    Happy Holidays Krum... Be safe... hugsssss
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  • crystalwaters 6 years ago
    What a wonderful Christmas present to us, finally the Krumkake recipe! Thanks so much for sharing ~ bookmarked! :-)
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  • clbacon 6 years ago
    These are lovely! And I'll bet they are delicious!
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    angelgal ate it and said...
    I love it!! ;)
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  • wynnebaer 6 years ago
    I've never heard of a Krumkake iron...Can I use a pizzelle maker for these?
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    mrspotatohead ate it and said...
    FINALLY! My brain exploded and my computer actually crashed when I saw this. Thank you for posting! Swedish soul food!
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