december 30, 2018

As I wrote in my previous post, I celebrated Christmas with my mother and some of my family members, and I got to spend some quality time with my niece and nephew, who I’ve missed so dearly. During Christmas, my mother and I really got to bake a lot! My mother is from Sweden, so she has some Swedish traditions that we do together, and I wish to carry these traditions on to my children one day. Every Christmas we spend time together in the kitchen, cooking or baking, talking and laughing while listening to Christmas songs. These are the moments I really treasure. I took a break from photography while enjoying my holiday, so the pictures are shot after my travel back home, and that’s why they do not look freshly baked, haha. Still delicious though. There are tons of ways to bake these delicious cinnamon buns, but I want to share this traditional recipe with you guys.

And now for the recipe. It’s quite simple and easy. Best served with a warm drink and can be enjoyed both morning, afternoon or evening, and it’ll always be a winner. You are more than welcome to save the recipe image for later.

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    april 3, 2019

    Hello! I could have sworn I’ve been to this blog before but after browsing through some of the post I realized it’s new to me. Anyways, I’m definitely happy I found it and I’ll be book-marking and checking back frequently!



Welcome to the blog! I'm so glad you're here! My name is Kathrine and I am a photographer living in Denmark. I'm a big coffee drinker, plant lady, and a professional animal cuddler. I love to explore the small secret corners of cities or countrysides with my camera.

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Hi! I’m Annika, I live in Odense, Denmark. I have a bachelor’s degree in media, English, and communication. I’m a very creative person, with an interest in fashion and photography. I like to express myself through pictures and words. I’m also a happy owner of a Chihuahua dog named Nunuu.


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