The genuine taste of Finnish Food derives from its pure lakes, farmlands and forests. Taste its sweetness with this delicious recipe.
Combine the flour and baking powder. Use your fingers to mix the flour, sugar and butter to an even mix. Add the eggs. Stir until even. Press the butter into small molds (8 cm or 3 inches diameter) or in a muffin pan. Bake at 200°C (400F) for about 15 minutes.
Soften the gelatin leaves in cold water. Mash the lingonberries, cranberries and sugar with a stand mixer or a stick blender. Whip the cream. Dissolve the drained gelatin leaves in a saucepan on the stove. Add a small part of the whipped cream into the gelatin and stir evenly. Combine the gelatin-cream-mixture with the remaining whipped cream. Add the mashed berries and stir evenly. Use a piping bag to pipe the filling into cake crusts. You may want to chill the filling for a couple of hours, before serving. Garnish the cakes with berries, chocolate and mint leaves.
Source: Food from Finland