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Pepparkakor

Submitted by: Mill City Wini 
This recipe for Swedish Christmas cookies is seasoned with cinnamon, ginger, allspice, and cloves. 
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Pepparkakor II

Submitted by: Sue Haynes 
This is about as Swedish a cookie as you can find! The dough is rolled thin, and cut into many shapes, the most commonly used is the pig! 
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Pepparkakor I

Submitted by: Kathy Seaberg 
A traditional Swedish Christmas recipe, they are crispy, brown, and delicious plain or decorated. Different from your everyday gingersnap! 
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Swedish Toscas (Swedish Almond Tarts)

Submitted by: NAPOLIMOM 
Home Town: Seattle, Washington, USA
Living In: Coronado, California, USA
Buttery little tarts made in a muffin tin are filled with a brown sugar-almond mixture enhanced by a touch of cream. 
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Swedish Rye Cookies

Submitted by: mittenmaker 
This cookie has been hung on the family Christmas tree for generations. Guests take a treat from the tree and sit down for a cup of cheer. The first request from family members who cannot be home for Christmas is that we send a box of these as soon as possible. 
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Swedish Butter Crisps

Submitted by: Karen514 
Home Town: Racine, Wisconsin, USA
Living In: Woodbury, Minnesota, USA
Pecans and brown sugar highlight this sticky, sweet cookie. 
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Swedish Cookies (Brunscrackers)

Submitted by: SHEILAKAY77 
These Scandinavian sugar cookies are simple to make, just form them into bars and cut after baking. This is a recipe that my husband's nana has made for years. They are the easiest cookies I have ever made. The ingredients were harder to find than it was to make the cookies. They are like potato chips, you cannot eat just one! 
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Swedish Angel Crisps

Submitted by: Barbara Morgan 
This recipe came from my great grandmother's family who came from Sweden somewhere near the end of the last century. NOTE: You can also add 1/3 cup unsweetened cocoa to this recipe. It makes the cookies taste like brownie cookies. 
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Traditional Springerle

Submitted by: PREGOCOOK 
Home Town: Denver, Colorado, USA
Living In: Dhahran, Ash Sharqiyah, Saudi Arabia
Springerle cookies are a centuries-old, anise-flavored German Christmas cookie made using decorative, carved wooden molds or rolling pins. Allowed to dry overnight, the designs remain embossed in the cookies when baked. 
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Swedish Ground Almond Spritz Cookies

Submitted by: AKBELL 
This is an authentic Swedish Almond Spritz recipe handed down through the family from Swedish Ancestors. It's the only recipe I've ever know that includes real almonds and not just almond flavoring. It's a delectable cookie! 
 
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