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My Swedish 'Fika' Just Got Peachy!

Sponsored* Have I mentioned how much I love a  Swedish fika?! For those of you in the dark - fika essentially means to enjoy a coffee break, often accompanied by a small treat of some kind. Yes, this happens in many cultures, except in Sweden - absolutely nothing, but nothing gets in the way of the fikapaus. It can occur any time of the day - morning, noon or night. It can be enjoyed at home, work, in a café or even by the side of a road. And it's not unusual to down your tools several times a day! As you can imagine, it was a ritual I was quick to adopt (when in Rome!). And today my fikapaus just got a tad peachier thanks to some pretty items from Danish brand Nordal's spring collection! Yay!




Those biscuits really did taste as good as they look (that moment when they melt in your mouth....). I can't help with the recipe I'm afraid (you know how bad I am at baking!) - BUT I can help you with a few of the items!

Stoneware cake plate
Terracotta napkin
Tea ball
Cast iron tea pot
Clip and spoon for coffee / tea

These links lead you to the wholesale page, however Nordal do sell throughout Europe. You can find an online stockist in your region here.

What's your favourite sweet treat?

Niki

PS I hope this post has inspired you to take a Swedish fika today too!

*This post is brought to you in collaboration with Nordal. All words and pictures are my own. Thank you for supporting the hand-picked brands that make My Scandinavian Home possible. 



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