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Swedish Holiday Baking

Settle into the North House teaching kitchen for a cozy day of baking - by the end of the day you’ll be prepared for a traditional Swedish holiday season! We’ll try our hands at cookies, breads for the julbord buffet, and the saffron rolls traditionally served on St. Lucia Day on December 13th. Stories and traditions for a modern Swedish Christmas will be shared throughout the day. Even though we’ll sample our goodies, students will go home at the end of the day with a bag of treats to share with family and friends.


New! Sat, Dec 10, 2016
(Early bird tuition deadline: 10/29/16)

Course Details

Length in days:


$85.00 per student (Regular rate)
$75.00 per student (Early-bird rate)


Beginner to Advanced

Age with adult:

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You will need the following tools for this class:

  1. Your favorite apron
  2. Your favorite holiday cookie cutters
  3. Tupperware to bring home goodies in
Once registered, students will receive a confirmation packet in the mail that may offer additional optional tool recommendations and suggested reading.
Erin Swenson-Klatt Erin Swenson-Klatt

Erin was a 2015 Craft Education Intern at North House and loves being immersed in the world of craft and the rhythms of North Shore life. At North House she celebrated her passions for food, Scandinavian craft, and the Swedish language while baking up storms of Swedish cinnamon rolls and sharing the fika (Swedish coffee break) gospel. Between studying in Stockholm, Sweden, traveling around the world with the international Slow Food movement, and chatting up regulars at her family’s bakery in South Minneapolis, she has learned the joys of sharing community and worldviews over a good meal. She always looks forward to hanging out at the harbor side bread oven and convincing anyone who will listen that baking is really not that hard.

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Swedish Holiday Baking

Swedish Holiday Baking