8 Feb 2008

Recycling Made Tasty

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Thank God bakers are a thrifty lot. How else would they have invented this age old classic? In Denmark there’s hardly a child who hasn’t tried buying one of these romkugler (rum balls) and then enjoyed the heavy feeling in the bag of a great satisfaction to come.

Anyway, originally meant as a way of using bakery leftovers such as Danish pastry and biscuits, the version on this pic is a bit more upscale.



With all the time I spent making Christmas goodies I just couldn’t bring myself to chuck it after a while, so instead I mixed it up with marzipan, good quality cocoa, jam, rum, and finely chopped cake bits.

I recommend gathering the odd slice of cake and cookies in a bag in the freezer until you have enough different flavours (old trick of the trade). These balls contain ginger bread biscuits, chocolate cake, macaroons and lots more. To dress them up a little, dip them in melted chocolate and roll them in roasted almond slices or coconut.

Don’t you just love recycling?

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3 Responses to “Recycling Made Tasty”

  1. benedikte says:

    Mmm, nice but who has leftover cakes?

  2. Heidi says:

    I must admit that I do from time to time. I get bored with flavours easily, especially if I made them myself and have tasted them a dozen times before I’m even done baking/cooking/fiddling.

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