These Creamy Rolls Are Topped With Toasty Brûlée-d Frosting

They'll go great with coffee!

We know cinnamon rolls have been a popular treat in quarantine, but have you tried Danish rolls? Also known as Kanelsnegle, the treat is made with a pastry dough more similar to that of a croissant rather than a fluffy cinnamon roll. The airy and light pastry is then topped with sweet, creamy frosting for a rich, satisfying dessert. If your tastebuds are curious about the Nordic treat, local bakeshop Flight Bites makes Danish rolls you'll want to try ASAP; we're especially eyeing their Danish Rolls With Brûlée-d Frosting!

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These irresistible swirls are topped with creamy frosting and sugar, which is then brûlée-d (or burned with a torch) to toasty, caramelized perfection. It's perfect for a sweet breakfast or to pair with your coffee. You can get each piece for just P10, with a minimum of 12 pieces per order. The Northern European dessert is a great way to explore another culture while traveling is still out of the question!

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Flight Bites also has classic, cream-topped Danish rolls as well as rolls sprinkled with crunchy Toasted Almonds. Take your pick!

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You can order Flight Bites' Danish Rolls by sending a message to their Instagram page.

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