Food·Updated on Jul 19, 2018. Posted on Jul 28, 201617 Beautiful Swedish Desserts You Should Try ASAPSwedes know what's good.by Marie TellingBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Jenny Chang / BuzzFeed / Via Linda Lomelino / call-me-cupcake.blogspot.se 1. Almond Caramel Cake (Toscakaka) Linda Lomelino / Via call-me-cupcake.blogspot.se Almond AND caramel? Yes, please!Recipe here. 2. Cinnamon Buns Cake With Almond Paste and Vanilla Custard (Butterkaka) Linda Lomelino / Via call-me-cupcake.blogspot.se This is literally a cake made of cinnamon buns. And if that's not enough for you, they added some almond paste and vanilla custard to top it all!Recipe here. 3. Swedish Oatmeal Crisp Cookies (Havreflarn) Loraine / Via notquitenigella.com AKA "the amazing cookies you buy at Ikea". Why don't you save yourself a trip and make them yourself?Recipe here. 4. Semlor Linda Lomelino / Via call-me-cupcake.blogspot.se Semlor are cardamon-flavored buns filled with almond paste and whipped cream. If you need more convincing, you're not worthy of these beauties. Recipe here. 5. Blueberry Yoghurt Cake David Frenkiel & Luise Vindahl / Via greenkitchenstories.com Look at that cake and tell me you don't want to stuff your face with it right now. Recipe here. 6. Rhubarb Cake (Rabarberkaka) Sonja Dahlgren / Via dagmarskitchen.se Swedes know that rhubarb is the best, so they put it everywhere in the Spring, including this gluten-free cake. Recipe here. 7. St. Lucia Saffron Buns (Lussekatter) Linda Lomelino / Via call-me-cupcake.blogspot.se A winter classic that should really be enjoyed all year long!Recipe here. 8. Saffron Pancakes (Saffranspannkaka) David Frenkiel & Luise Vindahl / Via greenkitchenstories.com You know what's even better than your Sunday pancakes? Oven-baked saffron pancakes served with jam and whipped cream. Recipe here. 9. Swedish Cheesecake (Ostkaka) Tieghan Gerard / Via halfbakedharvest.com Swedish cheesecake is lighter than its American counterpart and has a nice taste of almond. It's usually served with some berry jam (like lingonberry or cloudberry), although this version calls for caramel and apples. Recipe here. 10. Swedish Chocolate Cake (Kladdkaka) Linda Lomelino / Via call-me-cupcake.blogspot.se This sticky chocolate cake is what dreams are made of. Recipe here. 11. Swedish Cinnamon Rolls (Kanelbullar) Issy Crocker / Via food52.com Sweden is the birthplace of cinnamon rolls, so it's really no surprise that they have the best ones there. Recipe here. 12. Princess Cakes (Prinsesstårta) Linda Lomelino / Via call-me-cupcake.blogspot.se These layer cakes, filled with sponge cake and pastry cream, are both ridiculously pretty and ridiculously good. Recipe here. 13. Swedish Chocolate And Mocha Biscuits (Chokladbiskvier) David Frenkiel & Luise Vindahl / Via greenkitchenstories.com Little bites of chocolaty heaven. Recipe here. 14. Thick Almond Pancake (Ugnspannkaka) David Frenkiel & Luise Vindahl / Via greenkitchenstories.com This light and creamy Swedish bake is so easy to make, and it's the perfect treat on a lazy Sunday. Recipe here. 15. Spiced Parsnip Cake (Palsternackskaka) David Frenkiel & Luise Vindahl / Via greenkitchenstories.com Sick of carrot cake? Try parsnip!Recipe here. 16. Ginger Cookies (Pepparkakor) James Ransom / Via food52.com These cookies taste and smell exactly like Christmas (in a good way). Recipe here. 17. Summer Berries Pie David Frenkiel & Luise Vindahl / Via greenkitchenstories.com Swedes LOVE their berries (wild berry picking is basically a national sport). And what better way to enjoy summer berries than a classic pie? Recipe here.