Annas Gingerbread thins have spread happiness for generations, baked from the same traditional recipe since beginning: the foundations for Annas Pepparkakor were laid by the sisters Emma and Anna Karlsson back in 1929 in their home bakery on Artillerigatan in Stockholm. Back then, they baked both ginger thins, or “Pepparkakor” in Swedish and other small cakes. The thins became very popular and the bakery expanded rapidly. The bakery moved to Rödabergsgatan/Torsgatan and in 1945, the actual production of Annas Pepparkakor was moved to larger premises in Johanneshov.
Eat as they are, or with blue cheese. Or Glögg, mulled wine. Gingerbread biscuits are a must for a Nordic Christmas, but taste just as lovely all year round.
VERY FRAGILE, MAY BRAKE IN TRANSIT. POSTAL DELIVERY ON CUSTOMERS RESPONSABILITY!
For postal delivery we strongly recommend the box of 300 g as the biscuits are packed in more safe manner.