A typical Swedish breakfast

A healthier option for breakfast with very minimal efforts to do.

The first meal of the day

For many of breakfast is the most important meal of the day and many people’s breakfast habits tend to vary greatly, and some might suffice with a cup of coffee. The Swedish breakfast is a healthier choice for everyone as it don't have any greasy item on the plate and is really good to go for the whole day.


What is a typical breakfast in Sweden?

Breakfast usually consists of open sandwiches (smörgås), possibly on crisp bread (knäckebröd). The sandwich is most often buttered, with toppings such as hard cheese, cold cuts, caviar, messmör (a Norwegian sweet spread made from butter and whey), ham (skinka), and tomatoes or cucumber.


Filmjölk loaf with lingonberry A very easy to bake recipe. Filmjölk is made with sour milk which is similar to buttermilk but it is fermented by different bacteria and has a mild and slightly acidic taste. 1 loaf 40 g rolled oats 50 g spelt flakes 120 g wholemeal flour 180 g plain flour 1 tsp salt 4 tsp baking powder 400 ml filmjölk, natural yogurt or buttermilk 60 g lingonberries, fresh or frozen 65 g hazelnuts, coarsely chopped 1–2 tbs pumpkin seeds for decoration 1. Preheat the oven to 200°C. Place oven paper in a bread tin that holds about 1½ litres. The paper should fall over the edges of the tin. 2. Mix all the dry ingredients. 3. Add the filmjölk and mix together. Fold in the lingonberries and nuts. 4. Pour the mix into the tin and top with pumpkin seeds. 5. Bake for about 50 minutes. Leave to cool on wire racks, under a cloth.

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