Swedish Shortbread (Plum)


This is our popular Shortbread (Plum)based on traditional Swedish recipe without unnecessary additives

Baked in the wood oven in the bakery and then
directly packed in Mylar bag to maintain
the freshness and natural taste.

The filling is Plum, of the Maribelle type,
picked on the salty and windy coast
outside my village, in a nature reserve.

The plums are cooked to jam and used
as a filling in this Shortbread cookie.
You can also buy the Plumjam separately
in bags of 50 grams (see further in the product list)

Nutrition Information per Cookie of 65 g

Energy 311 kcal / 1301 kJ
Fat 16.4 g
(of which Saturates 7.6 g)
Carbohydrate 37.5 gr
(of which sugars 18.6 g)
Protein 2.2 g
Salt 0.2 g

Ingredients: Wheatflower (Gluten),
Fat (Palm, Coconut & Rapaseed Oil,
Sugar, Plum (25%),Citric Acid E-330, A&D Vitamin)
Preservative: Sodium Benzoate E-211


Swedish Shortbread (Apple)

This is our popular Shortbread (Apple)
based on traditional Swedish recipe without unnecessary additive

Baked in the wood oven in the bakery and then
directly packed in Mylar bag to maintain
the freshness and natural taste.

The apples are picked alongside a large chalk break
(4,265 feet long * 2624 feet wide and 213 feet deep)
and I get a limited amount of apple as I share the trees
with the Deer Flock that lives in the area.

The apple variety is "Bodil Neergaard" and is an old Danish variety that gives oblong green fruits and with a sour but fresh taste.

The apples are washed, peeled, divided and cooked to apple mash
and used as a filling in my Short bread Cookies.

Nutrition Information per Cookie of 65 g

Energy 311 kcal / 1301 kJ
Fat 16.4 g
(of which Saturates 7.6 g)
Carbohydrate 37.5 gr
(of which sugars 18.6 g)
Protein 2.2 g
Salt 0.2 g

Ingredients: Wheatflower (Gluten), Sugar,
Apple (25%), Fat (Palm, Coconut & Rapaseed Oil,
Citric Acid E-330, A&D Vitamin)
Preservative: Sodium Benzoate E-211

Swedish Messy Cake (Chocolate)

This is the famous Swedish Classic Swedish Messy Cake.

It may closely resemble a Brownie, but still not.
Swedish Messy Cake is a kind of messy and sticky chocolate cake,
served with or without whipped cream.

In Sweden, the cake is celebrated on the
7th of November every year
and then many tons of this Cake is eaten.

The Cake is baked  according to traditional recipes
and with cocoa from Equador where the cocoa fruit gets a long
and sunny season before harvest.

Swedish Messy Cake can be eaten both as Spread on food or directly from the bag and is very appreciated by
 military & Preppers all over the world
as it easily fits in a leg pocket and can be eaten
during movement or in hiding , without preparation.

This is our best seller and most of the buyers are from USA / Canada.

Nutrition Information per 100 g
Energy 342 kcal / 1431 kJ
Fat 11.7 g
(of which Saturates 7 g)
Carbohydrate 43.1 gr
(of which sugars 27.3 g)
Protein 3.45 g
Salt 0.2 g

Ingredients: Wheatflower (Gluten), Sugar,
Cocoa, Fat (Palm, Coconut & Rapaseed Oil,
Citric Acid E-330, A&D Vitamin)
Preservative: Sodium Benzoate E-211

Swedish Messy Cake (Lemon) 

This is a Lemon based version of Swedish Messy Cake.
It is identical to the Chocolate version, but with Lemon flavor instead.

The Lemon version was invented after customers contacted us and requested a Lemon-based version for those who do not like Chocolate, but also to increase the variety.

We listen to our customers' wishes and after 10 days of baking,
we released the Lemon version for sale.

Fresh Lemon flavor in combination with light sweetness.

Nutrition Information per 100 g

Energy 322 kcal / 1347 kJ
Fat 9.3 g
(of which Saturates 5.1 g)
Carbohydrate 43.1 g
(of which sugars 27.3 g)
Protein 3.45 g
Salt 0.2 g

Ingredients: Wheatflower (Gluten),
Fat (Palm, Coconut & Rapaseed Oil,
Citric Acid E-330, A&D Vitamin), Sugar.
Preservative: Sodium Benzoate E-211

Swedish Rosehip Jam

Around most of Sweden's coastline, rose bushes grow.

Ever since the Viking Age they have been picked and eaten in the form of soup or as jam due to the good taste and the huge vitamin C content.

It is in Sweden, tradition that families together during the summer,
pick rosehip to cook and freeze in the form of rosehip soup or canned rosehip jam, to be enjoyed during the cold winter months.

It's a great experience in  wintertime,to  sit indoors with the family by the fireplace, and eat freshly baked scones, with rosehip marmalade on top, while the snow falls outdoors.

I pick these big red beautiful rosehips by the sea
where I grew up with my Mom. On the same beach
where I played as a child, swam in the sea and picked amber when the autumnstorms started.

Rosehip jam - a taste of Summer!

Nutrition Information per 100 g

Energy 314.2 kcal / 1315 kJ
Fat 0.5 g
(of which Saturates 0 g)
Carbohydrate 77.3 g
(of which sugars 74.1 g)
Protein 1 g
Salt 0.5 g

Ingredients: Rosehip (29.1%),Sugar, E-330 (Citric Acid),
Sodium benzoate (Preservative E-211)

Swedish Plum Jam (Mirabelle)


A bit from where I live, where the sea with its salt meets the fields every day, there is a nature reserve. Before the site became a nature reserve, there was an area where families could lease some land (200 * 200 feet) and grow Vegetables & Fruits during ww1 and ww2.

In the late 1970s, the area slowly decayed and the municipality
cleaned up sheds and debris and then let nature take back the area.

But they allowed all fruit trees to remain and in this area
there are many different kinds of apple, pears, cherries,
and even 3 trees with plums.

The plum is of the Mirabelle type and is called "cherry plum."
They are yellow, about 3 cm in diameter and are of the Mirabelle type.
It is a French variety, originally from north east of France
and the Lorraine region.

This variety came to Sweden in the 1920s and became very popular due to  the fantastic taste and good harvest, but fell into oblivion when the big blue plum varieties came out on the market.

Every year I pick about 50 kilos from these trees and make Plum  jam, which is mainly used in my cookies.

But now we also sell these in mylar bags to customers.

Mirabella plums have a mild laxative effect, just as all plums have. (Blue plum gives an instant laxative effect)

This is an advantage for those who eat or make
their own Meals Ready To Eat (MRE).

This since  it is widely known that MRE causes constipation after a few days of ingestion.

1-2 bags of our Mirabelle jam counteract this and make the stomach "keep going" and you avoid problems when emptying the bowel.

Nutrition Information per 100 g

Energy 190 kcal / 795 kJ
Fat 0 g
(of which Saturates 0 g)
Carbohydrate 45,9 gr
(of which sugars 44,1 g )
Protein 0,3 g
Salt 0,1g

Ingredients: Plum (60 %),
Sugar, E-330 (Citric Acid),
Sodium benzoate (Preservative E-211 )