Skolebrød

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Skolebrød
Skolebroed.jpg
Place of origin Norway
Main ingredient(s) yeast, custard and icing, coconut

Skolebrød (English: School Bread) is the Norwegian name for a type of sweet roll that consists of regular dough of yeast, custard and icing with grated coconut. It was usually put in school lunches as a dessert or sold at bake sales, hence the name.[1]

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