Electric non-stick Krumkake Baker
This is the best way to make light and lacy Scandinavian krumkake. Wooden shaping cone is included with the baker.
Consider ordering an extra cone roller with this baker so you can make two krumkake at a time. Each baker comes with one cone roller. Made by Cucina Pro.
This non-stick automatic electric iron bakes two 5” crispy wafer-thin krumkakes at once in only 30 seconds, easily, effortlessly. The heat control thermostat prevents over-heating, and it maintains constant baking temperature. The blinking indicator light tells you when to start. Comes with cone roller for forming into traditional Scandinavian shape for your favorite filling. Complete with cord, directions, cone and free recipes.
1 cup sugar
1 cup cream
1 1/2 cups flour
1 teaspoon vanilla
Beat eggs; add sugar and mix; then add cream, flour and vanilla. Put one tablespoon of batter on the preheated krumkake iron. Bake on both sides. Remove when it is golden brown and shape around a cone. Some families simply roll them up without using the cone form. Others like to leave them flat like pizzelles.
not as good asI have this krumkaka electric iron and have used it but always switch (shortly) to my old fashion on that goes on the stove that was my moms. I find the electric one doesn't make them as well
Shaping KrumkakeTo compack storing I often make tubes instead of cones. This is done on a bread board around a wooden spoon handle. Lay flat, place handle on edge of hot krumkake and roll, place on rack to cool and pack in boxes. These freeze well and taste wonderful just like that or filled with whipped cream . Love your recipes and web site.