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Type Sweet roll
Place of origin Norway
Main ingredients yeast, custard and icing, coconut
Cookbook: Skolebolle  Media: Skolebolle

Skolebolle (English: School Bun) 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]

In the western parts of Norway where the Norwegian baking traditions stems from it is called "Skolebolle" (School Bun), in the eastern and northern parts of Norway it is more common to call them "Skolebrød" (School Bread).

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