Think the Mallomar owns the chocolate-covered marshmallow? Think again. The sweet, spongy treat was actually created in Denmark in the 1800s and has gone by several names, mainly the flødeboller, which translates into "cream bun" or more loosely, "snowball."
While the resemblance to Pop-Tarts is striking, the differences in freshness and homemade quality will win you over as soon as you take a bite. Direct from the oven instead of the box, these traditional Danish bars will have you bypassing the toaster and aiming right for your mouth.
Berry sweet and served cold, rødgrød med fløde (red berry pudding with cream) refreshes on hot afternoons and can be made all summer long as red fruits—such as strawberries, raspberries, currants, or even rhubarb—come in and out of season. Use the same recipe week after week but never have the same porridge twice.