All our buns are made with our signature soft sweet bread dough. Yes, it does contain wheat, dairy and sugar. All products have been egg-washed.
Traditional Cinnamon Roll
A fluffy, soft, aromatic treat laden with the best cinnamon and buttery caramel.
Vanilla, Marzipan (almond paste) Roll, fresh or frozen
The prefect accompaniment to a cup of tea. Our lightly cardamom-spiced bun layered with home-made marzipan and a good dose of heilala vanilla.
Triple Chocolate Roll, fresh or frozen
This Scandibun has a triple-chocolate-threat: a buttery dark chocolate cookie filling, milk chocolate ganache centre and topped with a mini Whittaker’s milk chocolate bar.
Coffee-Caramel Roll, fresh or frozen
Our soft bun filled with a punchy coffee filling and with a gooey caramel centre. A kiwi favourite.
Blueberry, White Chocolate & Lemon, fresh or frozen
Our soft bun is paired with a tangy wild blueberry jam filling and a sweet white chocolate & lemon ganache, to bring you a taste of late Scandinavian summer days.
On par with cinnamon buns in Sweden, this traditional treat is twisted rather than rolled and infused with high quality cardamon seeds.
It’s got a lightly spiced, buttery flavour and lies just below the cinnamon bun on the sweetness scale.
Seasonal Bun: Lemon Parfait
Available until summer, this bun is based on one of my (Susanne’s) favourite treats growing up. A frozen lemon and crème fraîche parfait.
We’ve filled our soft signature bun with a sticky and slightly marmalade-y lemon sugar filling, and topped it with a melt-in-your-mouth mousse take on the original somewhat sour and very refreshing crème fraîche parfait.
As traditional as it gets. Only available from November 3rd until December 22nd this year (2019).
Infusing our dough with saffron instantly gives us Christmas cheer. In Scandinavia saffron is the taste of advent (the countdown to Christmas which starts the first Sunday of December) and as soon as the buttery, milky, yeasty smell in out kitchen has saffron added our hearts start carolling.
We offer two versions
- The traditional buns in an “S-shape” which have come to be commonly known as Lussekatter (lit. “Lucia-cats” – according to shape-ists they should really be called Julgaltar “Christmas-galts” though but that’s another story)
- Our rolled Saffron-Marzipan buns
The Lussekatter are amazing with a cup of coffee, mulled wine or spiced brewed soft drink (Julmust); and as a surprising novelty split in half, toasted and topped with a sharp cheese.
The Saffron-Marzipan buns are a treat and a half. The floral note of the saffron marries stunningly well with the marzipan filling and if you want to feel Marie-Antoinette-rich this is what you should be eating.