Hallongrotta

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Hallongrotta
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Alternative names Thumbprint cookies
Type Cookie
Place of origin Sweden
Main ingredients raspberry jam

Hallongrotta (plural: hallongrottor) is the name of a common Swedish pastry (cookie). The name means "Raspberry cave" in Swedish. In the United States they are known as thumbprint cookies. It is an easily baked molded cookie, flavored with vanilla. The cookies are usually filled with raspberry jam.

In popular culture[edit]

In the Walt Disney Pictures and Pixar Animation Studios movie Brave released in 2012, he debuted dessert in several scenes, the Hallongrotta was a hermit witch's potion given to Princess Mérida, with the aim of changing the persistence of her mother over her life, concluding in unexpected and disastrous changes for her and her mother.

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