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Emelie's Autumn Culinary Delights

As the days grow shorter and the air turns crisp, there's nothing quite like the comforting aroma of freshly baked goods wafting through the kitchen. Our co-founder Emelie shared two of her favorite autumn recipes with us - the soul-soothing Cinnamon Buns and a warming Curcuma Latte.

1. Rhubarb Marmalade Cinnamon Buns

Emelie's rhubarb marmalade cinnamon buns are a testament to her love for perennial rhubarb. With a touch of coconut oil, vanilla, and coconut sugar, these buns are a delectable twist on a classic. Here's how you can recreate them in your own kitchen.


For the dough:
5 dl milk
50 grams of yeast for sweet dough
2 dl powdered sugar
0.5 tsp salt
3 tsp cardamom, ground
13 -15 dl flour
125 grams butter, softened

For the topping:
100 grams of butter
1.5 dl  sugar
2 tablespoons cinnamon, grounded, cardamom, apple sauce or Rhubarb marmalade are her favorites! 

For garnish:
Chopped almonds/brown sugar

Preparation method:

Will make around 35-45 buns

  1. Melt the butter and add the milk to approximately 37 degrees. Crumble the yeast in a dough bowl. Add the milk and butter and stir until most of the yeast has dissolved.
  2. Add sugar, salt, cardamom and most of the flour, but save a little flour (0,1-0,2 liter) for baking out the buns. Work this into a smooth dough. Cover with a kitchen towel and let the dough rise until doubled in size, about 30- 50 minutes.
  3. Put the dough on a floured surface and share it in two parts.
  4. Work each portion into a thin, about 25×50 cm square. Spread the filling and roll up along the long side. Cut the roll into about 2 cm wide pieces and place them in cake forms (you don´t need cake forms if you don't have them).
  5. Variation nr 2 (the one I do in the picture) Roll out the dough to a square that is approx. 35×40 cm. Spread filling on half of the dough and fold over. Cut  20-25 strips, twist each strip a twist and fold it into a knot. Voila!
  6. Let buns rise uncovered for 20-30 minutes. Meanwhile, heat the oven to 250 degrees.
  7. Brush the buns with a whisked egg and sprinkle with chopped almonds. Bake in owen for 12-15 minutes
  8. Enjoy!!

2. Turmeric Latte

If cinnamon buns aren't your thing and you prefer warm, comforting drinks instead, here's Emelie's go-to recipe for curcuma latte.


1cm of fresh curcuma chopped into pieces

1cm of fresh ginger chopped into pieces

1 teaspoon of ashwagandha (you can skip it!)

Boiling water and a splash of oat milk.

Preparation method:

Combine all of the ingredients in a small saucepan. Bring to a simmer, then lower the heat and let it simmer for 5 minutes. Turn off the heat, strain, serve & enjoy!
Whether you're indulging in a cinnamon bun or sipping on a turmeric latte, these creations are bound to become cherished favorites in your seasonal repertoire. 
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