The Sorunda Cake is documented as far back as the middle of 1800. Back then, it was only served at weddings, baptisms and funerals.
The top crust patterns are of long history. They contain symbols of fertility (sheaves), life (sun wheels), death (crosses) and spirals (eternity).
Every family has its own pattern and recipe, but every cake is filled with either applesauce, prune jam or both.
If you want to order a Sorunda Cake, look to the right!
A clip about the cake from Swedish TV channel 4 (in Swedish):
Want to taste the Sorunda cake? Contact:
+46 (0)8-520 272 30
Solveig in Rangsta
Ida Bille Larsen in Torp
+46 (0)8-530 40 470