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This is one way to serve the layers with apple sauce and topped with fresh berries and some whipping cream
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Laurie, I have to admit the blueberries in the picture is the size I remember picking off the bushes in Sweden and since I left I haven’t been very fond of blueberries but I love raspberries in any shape and form❣️
Lingonberries are red and stays red after they are put into glass jars. I have never seen them being purple❣️ I was able to by for a while the Felix brand at our local market but easy come easy go❣️

I got a new photo program and you’ll see tomorrow what it can do..I’m having fun with it😺


Eva, those must be the wild blueberries that are so small. The NJ kind are cultivated, and bred to be nearly as big as the raspberries in the picture. I do like the wild ones but can only buy them frozen. I have only had lingonberries as jam and never fresh; the jam was dark purple, not red.
Anyway, I'm still waiting for my new pan! 😺


Thank You, Donna, Ardy, Laurie, Patsy (Thanks for all corrections) Janet and Val for your kind comments❣️

Laurie, they are blueberries😺

A very simple and not sweet birthday treat or any other time treat..It’s a Swedish thing they started with a few years ago..20 - 30 years ago😊 after I emigrated ❣️


Wow never had them like this looks yummy thank you Eva HUgs ♥♥


That looks delicious thanks Eva, hugs my friend. ♥♥

Lingonberries are red, not purple


Yum yum. Are the little berries lignonberries?


Wow, looks so delicious. Thank you, Eva. Now I'm really hungry. Hugs my friend♥♥


This looks quite lovely!



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