Want to get in on the action at IKEA? Of course, you do! With their famous Swedish meatballs and lingonberry sauce, IKEA’s Nordic roots are evident in every dish they sell, whether it’s furniture or food.Â
So, it’s no surprise that their new dessert menu has finally hit the store shelves â€” and it’s even more amazing than you might expect. Nonetheless, if you love Swedish pancakes as much as we do, prepare to be transported to Scandinavia with these scrumptious Swedish desserts.
What’s on the IKEA Dessert Menu?
The Swedish company is launching new desserts. IKEA’s menu will also offer classic pastries for those looking for a smaller bite: the apple pie tartlet, the raspberry tartlet, and the cinnamon bun. IKEA makes all pastries from scratch at IKEA cafes around the world.
IKEA DAIM Cake
The new desserts menu at IKEA is worth checking out. The DAIM Cake is a deep-fried chocolate cake with two flavors: classic and cinnamon. This is the perfect indulgent treat to finish off your dinner at IKEA while you’re browsing their furniture as well.
IKEA Almondy Cake
If you love almond cakes, this is the perfect recipe. The cake is moist and flavorful from adding almond extract and vegetable oil and topped off with a buttercream frosting infused with almond extract.Â
If you feel like something chocolatey, we recommend our chocolate caramel cake. This cake starts out as a rich chocolate sponge, which we’ve filled to the brim with thick chocolate before crowning it off with fluffy whipped cream.Â
For something more fruity, try Raspberry Almond Cake. The chefs layer the cake full of fresh raspberries before adding an almond-flavored cream cheese filling and topping it off with raspberry sauce drizzled over the top.
IKEA Quark Cheese Mousse with Lingonberry Filling and Almonds
If you have always been a fan of Swedish cuisine, so when you hear that one of your favorite country’s most iconic brands will be releasing an entirely new line of desserts, you can’t wait to try them. The first thing you can try is the Quark Cheese Mousse with Lingonberry Filling and Almonds. The cheesecake is light, fluffy, and melts in your mouth – it is absolutely delicious and something you would never expect from the company that brought furniture. The lingonberry filling added just the right amount of tartness to the sweet quark mousse, which paired nicely with the almonds sprinkled on top.
IKEA Very Berry Cheesecake
Exciting news! IKEA has just launched its very own dessert line, and it is absolutely delicious. The desserts are all made fresh in-store and come in five different flavors: Mango Crepes, Strawberry Crepes, Banana Nutella Crepes, Coconut Pancakes with SautÃ©ed Bananas and Coconut Sauce, and Double Chocolate Pancakes with Hot Fudge Sauce.
The Banana Nutella Crepes were peopleâ€™s favorite, as the sweet banana sauce balanced out the nutty flavor of the chocolate nicely. Next up was the Coconut Pancakes with SautÃ©ed Bananas â€” they were crispy on the outside and soft on the inside; plus, they came smothered in coconut sauce, so you can never go wrong.
IKEA Chocolate Chunk Cookie
If you are lucky enough to be invited to try some of the new desserts at IKEA, they are delicious. The chocolate chunk cookie could be your favorite, it is in rich chocolate flavor and chunks of chocolate that melt in your mouth.
IKEA Vegan Chocolate Torte
This rich, chocolatey, and fluffy cake is made from just six major ingredients. The best part? It’s only three minutes in the microwave away from being yours. You can enjoy this cake at the IKEA restaurant
IKEA Cinnamon Bun
IKEA Chocolate Caramel Cake
IKEA’s menu is popular for its Swedish meatballs and inexpensive furniture, but it also has a delectable dessert menu. You can get the chocolate caramel cake just by asking the cashier. The cake tastes like chocolate-covered caramels between moist layers of devil’s food and flourless chocolate cake. This recipe makes 12 people happy as it is not too sweet or rich but still full of flavor.
IKEA Carrot Cake
Swedish cuisine can be delicious, but did you know it also has desserts? Now you do because the latest addition to IKEA’s menu is the Carrot Cake. This carrot cake has a layer of almond and marzipan on top and is served with whipped cream and coconut flakes. This would be perfect for anyone looking for something to satisfy their sweet tooth without feeling too guilty afterward.
IKEA Apple Pie
You’ll be lucky enough to have the opportunity to try out some of IKEA’s new desserts. The apple pie is a favorite of many customers. For those who love apple pie, it does not disappoint. It has the perfect balance between sweet and tart, so don’t worry about it being too sweet for you. The crust is flaky, buttery goodness that tastes like something from your grandmother’s kitchen. The filling is just right not too tart or too sweet and goes great with whipped cream on top (optional). If you need a quick Swedish fix.
What can you Expect From IKEA Desserts?
The desserts are all in Swedish, so it can be difficult to know what you’re ordering. However, the dessert menu has translated the items to pick what you want. They’re also served warm and come in both dark and milk chocolate flavors.
A trip to IKEA doesn’t just stop at furniture shopping! Nonetheless, after you’ve checked off the shopping list, don’t forget to head over to the IKEA food court menu and get yourself something sweet to eat! IKEA has recently added Swedish treats to their menu that are sure to be popular with all of you expats’. Take a look at the full IKEA menu.