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Knackebrod - Easy Recipe for Swedish Crisp Bread

Updated on April 14, 2017

Knackebrod - recipes and facts

Wonderful high fiber crackers!

In all the schools in Sweden this bread is always served together with the food.

Some people like to break it into small pieces and eat it with milk and lingonberry jam in a bowl. I love to eat this bread with spread shrimp-cheese on! I always have Knäckebröd at home. I do not bake this bread since the ones in the store are so good and they have many kinds. Still I will post some recipes for you to try. I have made Knäckebröd myself and know that it is easy. In these recipes they tell you to use milk. But I always used water.

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So when it comes to factory made knäckebröd - Wasa is the world's largest producer of crispbread. Every year the company sells around 60,000 tons of crispbread in 40 countries. Swedish people eat more crispbread than any other people in the world, almost 4 kilograms per capita.

Here is the link to Wasa in English
Wasa bread
I recommend that you watch the Wasa story - a video in English

In the IKEA food stores - there is knäckebröd to buy.

Buy crispbread from Amazon

Wasa Multi Grain Crispbread, 9.7 Ounce (Pack of 12)
Wasa Multi Grain Crispbread, 9.7 Ounce (Pack of 12)

Although rye is the most important flour used in this bread, there's a number of other kinds of grain in this bread. this mixture gives that special, delicious flavor you always connect with Swedish crispbread.

 

Do you wonder why there is a hole in the middle of the round cakes? It is because in old days the bread was hanging on a pole above the stove to keep it dry. I tried it for real and it works so good.

Some call it Swedish flatbread.

well - it is flat for sure and high fiber crackers

Awesome Swedish flatbread. Goes well with soups and cheeses. Comes out similar to Rye Crisp. You can try this with wheat flour instead of rye. I would not recommend plain white flour but any 'grain' flour tried might be interesting. Lovely high fiber crackers

Ingredients

1 1/3 cups rye flour, whole wheat is fine

3/4 teaspoon sugar

1/4 teaspoon salt

4 tablespoons butter

1/3 cup milk, plus 1 T more if needed

Directions

Combine flour, sugar and salt in mixing bowl or food processor and cut or pulse in butter.

Gradually add the milk with a spoon or pulse until you have a stiff dough.

On a lightly floured board roll out as thin as you can.

Cut dough into strips about 2"x3" and punch lots of small holes in each.

Bake at 300 on lightly greased pan until lightly browned- about 10 minutes.

Cool on wire rack then store at room temperature.

Will keep 5-7 days.

I got the recipe from here

My bread on the wall

My bread on the wall
My bread on the wall

Knackebrod and you

The special sound when you bite in knackebrod is music =)

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Another knackebrod easy bread recipe

high fiber crackers in round shape

Ingredients

3/4 tsp sugar .

1 1/3 c rye flour, whole wheat is fine .

1/3 c milk, plus 1 T more if needed .

4 tbsps butter .

1/4 tsp salt

Directions

Combine flour, sugar & salt in mixing bowl or food processor/blender & cut or pulse in butter.

Gradually add the milk with a spoon or pulse until you have a stiff dough.

On a lightly floured board roll out as thin as you can.

Cut dough into strips about 2"x3" & punch lots of small holes in each.

Bake at 300F on lightly greased pan until lightly browned- about 10 mins.

Cool on wire rack then store at about room temp.

Will keep 5-7 days.

This recipe I got here

Wasa Crisp Bread is so good!

This bread can be saved for week, yes even months. You will always have bread in the house.

Some like to eat it with spread cheeze and others with butter only. The old folks like to break it into smaller pieces and add it to the lingonberry jam on a plate. That is really good! I tried it with porridge too.

Another word for this bread is Crispbread

easy high fiber crackers recipe

Knäckebröd (Crispbread)

INGREDIENTS:

½ liter (500 ml) milk

½ tablespoon honey

½ tablespoon golden syrup

15 g yeast

500 g graham flour

250 g rye flour (course-grained)

3/4 teaspoon salt

some barley flour

METHOD:

* Preheat oven to 250°C

* Heat milk, honey and syrup to 37 °C

* Mix in yeast, salt, ab. 250 g of the graham flour and ab. 125 g of the rye flour.

* Then work in remaining flour to make a dough.

* Let rise for about 60 minutes.

* Divide dough into 12 pieces and form into balls.

* Roll the balls in plenty of barley flour with a rolling pin.

* Turn a couple of times during the rolling

* Finally roll to very thin rounds with a peg rolling pin.

* If you use an ordinary rolling pin, score and prick before baking.

* Line a baking sheet with parchment paper and bake for 8 minutes.

* Then turn the bread over and bake the other side another 4 min. or until slightly browned.

* Cool on a rack.

In an ordinary oven you can bake only one bread at a time. A hot air oven bakes three at a time at 225 °C.


What knackebrod is your favourite? Mine is Wasa Light Rye Crispbread

Pick your Knackebrod. Well I guess you have to try it so you know =)

Maybe you already have?

The most Swedish food there is

The most Swedish food there is
The most Swedish food there is

Leksands bread - high fiber crackers

Leksand is another big bread company. Here you can choose from different baked bread

Unfortunately there is no information in English on their web-site. At least not YET.

Excellent sites about Crisp bread - in English

You can buy from them or just enjoy the lovely photos.

Crisp bread for your health!

Always fresh and always good.

You ask any Swede about this. They will confirm that Knackebrod is absolutely something you cannot be without in your cupboard. These are high fiber crackers!

Wasa Light Rye Crispbread ( 275 g )
Wasa Light Rye Crispbread ( 275 g )

Total Fat 0g (0%)

Saturated Fat 0g (0%)

Trans Fat 0g

Cholesterol 0mg (0%)

Sodium 70mg (2%)

Total Carbohydrate 14g (4%)

Dietary Fiber 3g (11%)

 

Crisp bread last a long time - fill your cupboard

I always have many different kinds of crisp bread at home. Some is for cheese, some are for coffee or tea and some are excellent for breakfast with jam!

Fill your kitchen cupboard!

Another kind of Swedish flat bread is Tunnbrod (literary thin bread ) - loved and liked

Tunnbröd can be both hard or soft. The hard one you eat just like the ordinary knäckebröd.

The dough is made from any combination of wheat, barley and rye.

The soft one we make wraps from. We fill our wraps with what ever we like the most. A popular fast food dish is soft tunnbröd rolled around mashed potatoes and a hot dog.

Traditionally, crispy tunnbröd is eaten with Surströmming (fermented herring)! Another traditional old Swedish method of eating soft Tunnbröd burrito style combined with mashed potatoes and roasted herring. I love it with chicken curry and sallad! You can bring the roll to a picknick or just for lunch at work. Here in Sweden you can often find them where fast food is sold. (Look for "Tunnbrödsrulle")

IKEA sells these flat breads as well as ordinary knackebrod

A common Swedish breakfast

Crispbread - what else...

Swedish knackebrod makes 12 crackers.

These crackers taste great with a savory light cream cheese and cucumbers as well as jam or hummus.

Ingredients

1 1/3 cups (325 mL) whole wheat flour

1 tsp (5 mL) sugar

1 tbsp (15 mL) flax seeds

¼ tsp (1 mL) salt

3 tbsp (40 mL) non-hydrogenated margarine

1/3 cup (75 mL) skim milk (plus 2 tbsp/25 mL if needed)

Directions

1. Preheat oven to 350º F (180ºC).

2. Combine flour, sugar, flax seeds and salt in a large bowl. Using your fingers work, in the margarine until it resembles a course crumb.

3. Slowly add the milk and form a ball. Add more milk 1 tbsp (15 mL) at a time if needed.

4. On a lightly floured surface, roll the dough into a long thin rectangle. Cut into 12 rectangular crackers. Place on a cookie sheet and bake for 20-25 minutes.

5. Store for 5 days in an airtight container.

Suggested toppings:

* Light cream cheese and sliced cucumbers

* Slice of low fat cheese and tomato slices

* Hummus

Here is the site

My recommendation to you is: DO Try!

Tell me what you think....

Have you ever tried Knackebrod?

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      Cheryl Kohan 7 years ago from Minnesota

      Yes, and I love it. I also love lefse which I think might be like your Tunnbrod. It's actually made from potatoes, I think. A very interesting lens and I believe I will try at least one of the recipes!

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      jbarnhart41 7 years ago

      I have never had this bread...looks yummy!

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      Mary Beth Granger 7 years ago from O'Fallon, Missouri, USA

      I've never tried it...but it looks interesting and easy to make. 5* for an interesting lens.

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      GramaBarb 7 years ago from Vancouver

      I love this crispbread. I currently have a 1/2 a package of Wasa Hearty Rye in my cupboard... perfect bedtime snack food for me. The ingredients are all natural - Whole grain rye flour, water, yeast, salt.

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      seashell2 7 years ago

      I've heard of this, can't say I've tried it though! Looks delicious! Nice lens!

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      Robin S 7 years ago from USA

      I've not tried it yet but am now looking forward to it!

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      RuthCoffee 7 years ago

      The breakfast looks good (of course so did the naked young men dancing but that's another story)!

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      Looks good! I've never had it but I might have to give it a try now!

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      WindyWintersHubs 7 years ago from Vancouver Island, BC

      Tasty Lens! Canadians love Rye Crisp & Flatbread! I like the Light Rye Crisp the best! :)

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      bdkz 7 years ago

      Awesome lens!

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      Sandy Mertens 7 years ago from Frozen Tundra

      I have never that this type of bread. Looks good!

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      Treasures By Brenda 7 years ago from Canada

      Yes, that video was quite a distraction & quite something else!

      Interesting lens about Knackebrod, blessed by an Angel...If you haven’t already, don’t forget to submit your lens to the Culinary Favorites From A to Z group. I am running behind but my goal is to get all the new lenses processed by the weekend!

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      Rhonda Albom 7 years ago from New Zealand

      Loved the video! Sort of changes my thoughts about eating the flat breads - just kidding, we will give it a go. We have golden syrup, so we know which recipe we will try first. Great lens.

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      Treasures By Brenda 7 years ago from Canada

      Welcome to the Culinary Favorites From A to Z group. Your lens is being featured under B is for Bread. Don’t forget to come back and add your lens to the link list so that it will appear twice on the group page!

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      Sojourn 7 years ago

      Lingonberry jam is not something you here often in the states, but I love the word - just one of those words that sounds pretty (sorry - on a tangent there). I don't think I've ever had Wasa bread, although I've seen it. You gave some great suggestions for ways to use it that sound delicious. Thanks for sharing. :)

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      hlkljgk 7 years ago from Western Mass

      funny vidoe :)

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      Holley Web 7 years ago

      I definitely have to try some of these recipes! You have my mouth watering now! Beautiful!

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      Joan4 7 years ago

      Congratulations on your purple star! Blessed by a SquidAngel! The bread is new to me, but looks sooooooooooo good!

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      Sharon Berry 7 years ago from Michigan

      I've tried the WASA crackers/bread but you have given me some great new ideas on what to put on them. I love the cream cheese with cucumber, sounds yummy. Thanks

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      Tony Payne 7 years ago from Southampton, UK

      Very nice lens, 5*****. I don't think too many Americans are familiar with crispbreads, although you can buy them in the supermarkets. They are really good. I grew up in Poole in Dorset, England, home of RYVITA which is a very famous English version. I was surprised to see that this is available all over the USA. Nice to see the video of the dancing men as well.

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      Laraine Sims 7 years ago from Lake Country, B.C.

      Will and I make chicken sandwiches out of the Wasa bread. If you make them the night before you are going out, they aren't as crisp and are really good! Congratulations on your purple star!!!!

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      amy1980 7 years ago

      Ok, trying this is definitely on my list of things to do. Thanks for the recipes and inspiration!

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      eclecticeducati1 7 years ago

      I'm diabetic, so I'll have to give this a try! It sounds like a really good, healthy bread. Great lens!

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      Treasures By Brenda 7 years ago from Canada

      Do come by and see the new and revamped Culinary Favorites from A to Z group! Your lens is still being featured under B is for Bread.

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      anonymous 7 years ago

      the rye Knäckebröd is a yummy snack all by it self and it even makes a great sub for breadcrumbs in meatloaf XD

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      AuthorNormaBudden 7 years ago

      No, I have never tried this...How

      However, I featured you in my Purple Star Series, which can be found by following Page 2 of Even More Purple Star Awards. If you have additional purple stars, please feel free to let me know and I will add them to your feature. Thanks.

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      MartinPrestovic 7 years ago

      Yes, only I don't see it sold anywhere near my local. Not sure if knäckebröd is sold where I live at all. I have yet to see one. Well since you did share your recipe, I would love to try to make this some time.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      What do you call that rolling pin for crackerbread, the one with the bumps in it for making bumps and wholes in the bread?

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      irenemaria 6 years ago from Sweden

      @anonymous: I dont know any special name in English. If I translate the Swedish it is: Pricker Rolling pin

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I am making the first recipe for my food tech GCSE

      Looks awesome

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      Lorelei Cohen 6 years ago from Canada

      A very informative article. Thank you for sharing.

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      HorseAndPony LM 6 years ago

      Yes and I love it. I also love your common Swedish breakfast. What a great lens topic.

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      GrowWear 6 years ago

      Yes, I have tried Knäckebröd but didn't know anything about it other than it is good and dieters use it a lot. ...I love breads. I don't know why because I hated bread as a child. Now, I always check out the deli to see what interesting breads they have.

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      LouisaDembul 6 years ago

      I love it! I must try your recipes, because I miss it a lot!

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      Achim Thiemermann 6 years ago from Austin, Texas

      I might actually bake me some Knäckebrot (German spelling), one of these days. It's my first time seeing a recipe, and it looks absolutely doable to me. Thanks, Irene! :)

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      June Campbell 6 years ago from North Vancouver, BC, Canada

      Yes, I have eaten the packaged variety that is sold in Canada. Wasa is the brand. I have never tried to bake this bread, nor have I had the chance to sample it from any source other than the packaged kind. I would like to some day.

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      You make it look so easy! I didn't know it could be made at home, but it had to start there. Thank you for sharing your secrets! You've put this together beautifully and have earned that Purple Star, congratulations!

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      MargoPArrowsmith 6 years ago

      I love the store bought stuff, didn't know you could make it!

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      mikerbowman 6 years ago

      Wow, I have never heard of this bread... it sounds quite interesting! Thank you so much for enlightening me :)

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      javr 6 years ago from British Columbia, Canada

      We get it in Canada but it is quite expensive. I'm going to make some this week. This lens has been blessed by a Squid Angel.

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      Margaret Schaut 6 years ago from Detroit

      THANK YOU for these recipes! Since I was a tiny tot this has been my favorite snack, either plain or with almost anything and I still love it today. I've lensrolled it to a number of my popular food lenses. i'm coming back for these recipes and I'll try them all.

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      Patricia 6 years ago

      I'll have to try this!

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      I love knackebrod! been eatin it for ever and love it with all kinds of things on it, or plain! thanks for the recipes!

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      Delia 6 years ago

      I have some Leksands Knäcke in my pantry right now...great lens and love the Sweden got talent...oh boy!

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      Delia 6 years ago

      I said: "I have some Leksands Knäcke in my pantry right now...great lens and love the Sweden got talent...oh boy!"

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      gezzyka 6 years ago

      Knäckebröd sounds really intriguing and it doesn't look too hard to make. Now to see if I can find rye flour... Thanks for the inspiration!

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      Michey LM 6 years ago

      I like it, but I never do it myself, so this is on my list to try. Your lens is great, easy to follow, well done. 5*, well deserved purple star.

      Regards

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      darciefrench lm 6 years ago

      That video is tooo funny! Loved it. Great bread recipe too- am adding it to the ecstasy of the ordinary -:)

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      Philippians468 6 years ago

      i have yet to taste one, but i think it will taste amazing with ice cream! cheers

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      norma-holt 6 years ago

      Special blessing and featured on April Fool's Day Blessings. Please send knackerbrod for all the angels on the bus buzzing around today or we just might drop in for afternoon tea

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      anonymous 6 years ago

      ~ Dropping by to leave my Angels April Fools' Day Quest Blessings ~

      Ok, so I was hungry too! LOL

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      MarkFashionista 6 years ago

      Wow this sounds great! Nice lens.

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      ChrisDay LM 6 years ago

      I love knäckebröd. Thanks for the recipes. Fun lens and well-deserved Purple Star.

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      blessedmomto7 6 years ago

      I have had the Wasa version. I plan to try making my own thanks to your lens!

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      CofCJenny LM 6 years ago

      Nope, never have, but that looks delicious!

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      chrispell017 5 years ago

      nope, but it looks great! nice lens!

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      Cheryl Paton 5 years ago from West Virginia

      The recipes look delicious.

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      traveller27 5 years ago

      I love these types of breads.

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      wondersmoke lm 5 years ago

      GOOD FOOD I LIKEEEEE

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      mensday 5 years ago

      excellent lens!!

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      cstoll 5 years ago

      Knackebrod is so simple but you can turn it into a delish snack! Great lens and good for you for being proud of your Swedish heritage and sharing it with everyone!

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      jessicahoward 5 years ago

      yummy..... The recipes look delicious. :)

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      pawpaw911 5 years ago

      Never tried it before. Sounds good.

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      dahlia369 5 years ago

      Yes, I buy it at the health food store and eat it once in a while. However, I prefer eating the bread I bake myself and I am going to try all of your recipes. Have all the ingredients! :)

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      funny and cool lens! I'd love to make this stuff, would be a fun baking thing to do with my wife. Just a little kitchen date! Also, if your like me and love browsing lens, mine has a great educational topic with poll questions for my readers to enjoy.

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      sushilkin lm 5 years ago

      Congrats 100th like by me. Thanks for sharing!!

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      spartakct 5 years ago

      recipe looks delicious, nice lens!

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      TransplantedSoul 5 years ago

      Yes - love this type of bread. Very easy to mix with different toppings. Hey I also love pickled herring too - so people's taste may vary!

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      JoshK47 5 years ago

      Sounds remarkably tasty - I'll have to snack on some! Blessed by a SquidAngel!

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      Renaissance Woman 5 years ago from Colorado

      My favorite is what we called flatbread and, of course, lefse. Delicious!

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      Bob Schroeder 5 years ago

      Very interesting lens.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Returning with fresh angel dust for your recipe!

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      Mary Norton 5 years ago from Ontario, Canada

      Before I leave Canada, I often mail myself a box of WASA as sometimes, we see in the grocery but many times, they are not there. Healthy snacks for the family.

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      ViJuvenate 5 years ago

      I had no idea this was Swedish. Funny. Why did I always think it was Jewish? Regardless, they have a flavor that's a little different, but good. I usually have a package of them in the pantry.

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      Cynthia Davis 5 years ago from Pittsburgh

      I can't wait to try this delicious knackebrod Swedish bread. Thumbs up.

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      gypsyman27 lm 5 years ago

      I want to try Knackebrod, my breakfasts are always a little odd. I like savory food for breakfast, you know, soup, stews, gumbos etc. I would like to try this cracker for breakfast first and then work my way up to other meals. Great recipes, good lens, well done. See you around the galaxy...

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      Teri Villars 5 years ago from Phoenix, Arizona

      No, but I have had food at our IKEA store and Swedish recipes are delicious! Squid Angel blessed!

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      This is something I seem to have missed out on! Sounds great!

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      Paul 5 years ago from Liverpool, England

      I shall have to get to IKEA unless I can persuade my local supermarket to stock it. Very nicley explained.Angel Blessed.

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      LouisaDembul 5 years ago

      I love knackebrod, with butter and cheese...Here, they sell them even in the supermarkets.

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      nikyweber 5 years ago

      amazing lens thumbs up!

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      Laraine Sims 5 years ago from Lake Country, B.C.

      We have Wasa bread in our grocers but I've never seen Knackebrod. Have blessed this lens for giving me a few more recipes to try. I'm not too sure what the video has to do with the lens though. Hmmm.

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      PamelaU 5 years ago

      Love it love it love it!!!

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      AJ 5 years ago from Australia

      I will look out for this in the supermarket and "maybe" try your recipes. Thank you for the introduction.

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      TTMall 5 years ago

      Beautiful and informative lens. Thanks for sharing.

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      MelonyVaughan 5 years ago

      I usually buy it pre-packaged and it is indeed delicious! You can spread cream cheese on it or have it with butter and cheese or butter and cold cuts...The possibilities are endless! Unlike regular crackers, these don't tend to crack when you spread toppings on them (and I love that). They also have a very light flavor.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Great lens! I have eaten Wasa Bread for years but would love to try homemade Knäckebröd.

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      inspirationz 5 years ago

      I love Knäckebröd! Thank you for providing a recipe :)

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      absolutely love it! I don't eat bread, so this is great

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      melissiaoliver 5 years ago

      Mm, thank you for creating this great lens! I love Knäckebröd and all Swedish food. Knäck is a wonderful treat at Christmas!

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      Millionairemomma 4 years ago

      Not yet but I hope too one day! Looks delicious!!!!!!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      I enjoy Knackerbrod slathered with non salted butter.I eat it almost every day and it hasn't affected my health at all-yet!

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      LouisaDembul 4 years ago

      I always get knackebrod in the supermarket here. I enjoy it with butter and cheese, double!

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      scss 4 years ago

      I love ryebread crisps, and I will be trying these recipes, so that I can use organic ingredients and be sure of the ingredients I use - thanks!

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      WriterJanis2 4 years ago

      I haven't, but you make them sound really good.

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      getstuffed 4 years ago

      i've long liked this type of crisp bread

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      Jogalog 4 years ago

      I've tried supermarket crispbread but not Swedish Knackebrod. I love cooking though and also have a food blog so it's something I will try and find time to make now. Thanks for visiting my lens.

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      spikeyflower 4 years ago

      Nice. I have a neighbor from Sweden, and he is a very good cook. I get to try lots of new foods all the time.

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      Johanna Eisler 4 years ago

      I love Siljans. I never thought that I could make Crispbread in my home! My grandparents were from Sweden, and my grandfather was famous (in my family, anyway!) for his wonderful Swedish rye bread. I have never tasted any bread like his - more like cake than bread, and we loved sandwiches made from it. How I long for the day when I'll see him again! Maybe he'll share his secret recipe with me. :)

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      moonlitta 4 years ago

      Probably I will, soon!

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      Hannah Writes 4 years ago

      I love my Wasa Crisp Bread with some peanut butter. I will have to give this a try!

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      nice lens

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      grahamcox lm 4 years ago

      Never tried it but it sounds really good!

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      PeanutCrunch 4 years ago

      I used to make this, I loved trying all kinds of bread recipes.

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      JoyfulPamela2 4 years ago from Pennsylvania, USA

      I have not had it before, but it sounds good. :)

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      Judith Nazarewicz 4 years ago from Victoria, British Columbia, Canada

      I love this flat bread but I've never made it before... Will have to try some soon. Nice lens!

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      VspaBotanicals 4 years ago

      Yummy and interesting. Thanks!

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      LouisaDembul 4 years ago

      I might have to try making this bread, it's so delicious!

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      liamsquidoo 4 years ago

      Great job on the lens. Can't wait to try it out myself!

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      moonlitta 4 years ago

      I was just passing by, but this page absolutely delights me:)

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      BrightDaysAhead 3 years ago

      I have, and I love it! I buy the softer one at IKEA, and the firmer ones at Market of Choice. I especially love the fruitier one (like Muesli)...yumm! Thank you for sharing this with us!

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      Sure Temp 3 years ago

      LOL what was with the random last video? haha they looked naked almost..

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      Lynn Klobuchar 3 years ago from Minneapolis, Minnesota

      Thanks for this -- tack så mycket.

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      VioletteRose LM 3 years ago

      I am always looking for new bread recipes, thanks for sharing!

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      sukkran trichy 3 years ago from Trichy/Tamil Nadu

      thanks for some great bread recipe. lovely share

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      Richard 2 years ago from Hampshire - England

      I'd never heard of this before, but the recipe looks really nice so it's one more thing to try out :)

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