Kranse Kage med Nutella / Danish Kranse cake with Nutella The Perfect start to a Sunday brunch

Danish Kranse Kager with Nutella

Danish Kranse Kager with Nutella

This is a traditional Danish pastry usually made for Sunday morning breakfast and served warm. This cake is yeast risen and very easy to make.

Start to finish this will take about 2 hours to make and 25 minutes to bake.

Kranse Kage med Nutella By David Green

You will need the following Ingredients:

25 grams yeast

3 dl warm water

1 tsp salt

125 grams spelt flour

20o grams white flour

125 grams Nutella

1 egg

Pearl sugar to dust with

First you need to mix the yeast into warm water and let set for 2 minutes.  Add the salt and flour and mix well.

Kranse dough 1st stage

Kranse dough
1st stage

Cover for an hour until double in size.

Should look like this after an hour.

Should look like this after an hour.

Once it has risen lay it out on a floured counter and roll out into a rectangle (Note don’t roll it to thin or you will have problems when you roll it up).

Kranse dough rolled out

Kranse dough rolled out

Now melt the Nutella and spread it out on the dough.

Kranse dough with Nutella

Kranse dough with Nutella

Then you want to roll it up like a cinnamon roll or a roulade. Once you have done that you place it on a sheet pan lined with baking paper in a circle and pinch the ends together.

Kranse rolled, pinched, and snipped

Kranse rolled, pinched, and snipped

Let stand for 30 minutes

After it is done rising brush on the egg wash and sprinkle with sugar. Then take a sharp knife or kitchen scissors and cut angled sits around the entire cake.

Place in an oven for 20 to 25 minutes and bake till golden brown.

This is a perfect starter to any Sunday morning breakfast and is best served warm. Enjoy

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