Fuel Your Eras Tour Fun: Must-Try Swedish Foods for Swifties in Stockholm

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Calling all Swifties heading to Stockholm for the Eras Tour! You’re in for a treat – not just with Taylor’s incredible show, but also with the amazing culinary scene Stockholm offers. Here’s a guide to must-try Swedish foods that will keep you energized and singing along all night long:

Fika Like a Local

Kanelbullar (Cinnamon Buns)

kanelbullar, Cinammon ROll

These gooey, spiral-shaped buns are practically a Swedish national treasure. Grab one at a cozy cafe for a classic fika (coffee break) experience. They’re the perfect pick-me-up before a long day of exploring or waiting in line for the concert. Bonus points if you find one with a hidden pearl sugar center!

Princess Cake

Princess Cake

This vibrant cake is a feast for the eyes and the taste buds. Layers of sponge cake are filled with jam, custard, and whipped cream, all topped with a marzipan crown. It’s the perfect treat for a celebratory pre-concert dinner with your fellow Swifties.

Savory Swedish Delights

Swedish Meatballs

Swedish Meatballs

You can’t visit Sweden without trying their iconic meatballs! These savory delights are typically served with mashed potatoes, lingonberry jam (a tart and tangy counterpoint), and creamy gravy. They’re a hearty and comforting option, perfect for fueling up before belting out your favorite Taylor anthems.

Smörgåstårta (Sandwich Cake)


Don’t let the name fool you – this isn’t a cake in the traditional sense. It’s a layered open-faced sandwich masterpiece, often featuring various meats, cheeses, seafood, vegetables, and spreads. It’s a delightful and visually stunning option for a picnic lunch in a park between sightseeing adventures.

Sweet Treats on the Go:

Semla (Shrove Tuesday Bun)


While you might not be visiting during Shrove Tuesday (Fettisdagen), bakeries often sell these seasonal buns year-round. Imagine a sweet roll filled with almond paste and whipped cream – a decadent and delicious on-the-go snack.

Kladdkaka (Sticky Chocolate Cake)


Calling all chocolate lovers! This gooey, flourless cake is a must-try. It’s a bit like a brownie on steroids, perfect for sharing with a friend or two after the concert.

Bonus Tip

Don’t forget to stay hydrated! Water is always a good choice, but for a refreshing twist, try fläder saft (elderflower cordial), a traditional Swedish drink made from elderflower blossoms.

There you have it, Swifties! With these delicious Swedish treats in your belly, you’ll be ready to conquer Stockholm and sing your heart out at the Eras Tour. So grab a fika, explore the city’s culinary delights, and get ready for an unforgettable Swedish adventure!

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