The Recipe: Nothing beats a long pie when it’s baked in larger batches until May 17th.
– The classic is the chocolate icing and coconut cake, which we all know so well. But for a table of cakes that are varied and tempting, they’re also fine with some substitutions, Torun Nordbo, general manager of the Information Bureau of Bread and Grain Information, says in a press release.
She’s handpicked recipes for 10 good tall pies that are guaranteed to have walking legs when there’s a May 17th party.
Recipe: Lemon and Raspberry Long Pie
1. Lemon and Raspberry Long Pie
A fresh and rich cake that we highlight among all the chocolate cakes on the cake table.
Recipe: Raisin and Spice Cake
2. Raisin and spice cake
This cake is juicy and sturdy, with cinnamon, allspice and kefir among the ingredients.
The Recipe: Apple and Pistachio Cake
3. Apple and Pistachio Cake
Quick to prepare and fresh with cinnamon, nuts and apple slices among the ingredients.
Recipe: Carrot Cake
4. Carrot Cake
Everyone loves carrot cake! This has a delicious cream cheese frosting that goes well with a sweet cake.
Recipe: Mother Monsen
5. Mother Monsen
Lots of people bake Mor Monsen for Christmas, but it’s a cake that’s just right for National Day.
Recipe: Spice Cake with Apples
6. Apple Spice Cake
Easy long pie with kefir makes it richer and more powerful.
Recipe: Banana and Walnut Cake
7. Banana and Peanut Cake
Sweet bananas and crunchy nuts in a delicious tally blend.
Recipe: Fruits with figs, apricots and cranberries
8. Fruits with figs, apricots and cranberries
Perhaps this is more common for adults: a fruit cake with rum, raisins, dried fruits and almonds.
Recipe. Orange cake with marzipan
9. Orange Cake with Marzipan
Orange juice and grated orange peel give this cake a wonderful sour taste. Marzipan gives the feeling of luxury.
Recipe: Brownies with caramel and marshmallows
10. Brownies with caramel and marshmallow
Disguised chocolate cake! A delicious long pie with caramel, mini marshmallows and chocolate chunks that blend cake and sweets into a tempting party cake.
Baking tips for long pies
Making long pancakes is often easy, and it’s easy to get by with it.
If you choose one of the least complicated recipes, even cake baking beginners will find it easy to make, says Torun Nordbo.
It has the following general tips that can come in handy when starting baking:
- Eggs at room temperature give an extra dose of well-ventilated eggs.
- Line a tall pan with baking paper if you want to be absolutely sure it comes out of the pan easily.
- Always use a sieve when you’re dry – not only to avoid lumps, but also to make the mixture airy, light, and nice for a long pie.
- Place the tall pancakes in the oven once you have finished making the batter. If left on the bench for a long time, the air can leave the egg potion.
- No coincidence! Cake baking requires more precision than regular cooking – so you’ll benefit from precision and patience along the way.
- Always check if the cake is finished with a cake stick. If you stick to it, the long pie should be left a little longer in the oven.