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KAFFEREP

ginger thins with almonds

1,49

Article no: 203.749.08

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Product details

Key features

A Swedish classic. Sweet and crispy with fine almond crumbs and a fiery hint of ginger.

A traditional Swedish Christmas biscuit. Today enjoyed all year round.

Conveniently served as they are. For example with coffee and good friends as “fika” – coffee break Swedish style.

Assembled size

Net weight:170 g

Package size & weight


Article no: 203.749.08
Packages: 1
Length: 18 cm
Width: 6 cm
Height: 6 cm
Weight Gross: 0,20 kg
Weight Net: 0,17 kg

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Good to know

Store dry at room temperature.

Once opened store in an airtight container at room temperature.

Before opening this package, please consider that other people might be highly allergic to nuts.

Memorable moments

Traditionally, ginger thins are consumed around Christmas. But as Swedes simply can’t resist them, they are now popular all year round, not the least with coffee during “fika” (coffee breaks). Their spicy character comes from cinnamon, cardamom, ginger and cloves. So why does their Swedish name “pepparkakor” translate into pepper cookies? No one really knows, and it probably doesn’t matter. What matters is that they’re simply gorgeous just as they are. Or topped with blue cheese together with sweet, white wine.

Every country has its known-by-all, loved-by-all types of biscuits, pastries and cakes. These are ours. Enough kinds for everyone to find a personal favourite. Ideally stocked at home for convenient serving whenever good friends pop by, eager for “fika” – coffee break Swedish style. No time for preparation. Plenty of time for friends.

Sharing a Swedish tradition

Fika—a little Swedish word with a lot of meaning. It's a treasured Swedish tradition of taking moments together over good coffee and baked treats. We want to share this tradition with the world, so we created KAFFEREP, a food series featuring fika faves like ginger thins and oat biscuits (which all go great with a cup of IKEA coffee). You don't need a lot of time to bake and prep to enjoy fika. You just need enough time to be with family and friends.

Sharing a Swedish tradition with the world

Fika is a treasured Swedish tradition of taking moments together over good coffee and baked treats. We want to share this tradition, so we created KAFFEREP, a food series featuring fika faves like ginger thins, oat biscuits and more.


KAFFEREP ginger thins with almonds
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Sharing a Swedish tradition with the world

Have you ever had a cup of coffee and a sweet treat to go with it? Then, unknowingly, you’ve experienced one of Sweden’s most beloved traditions – fika. It's no exaggeration to say everyone in Sweden has fika. But as people get busier and busier, homemade fika is no longer the norm. Between work and family and hobbies, there's a need for an easier option. This is where the KAFFEREP series comes in.

KAFFEREP offers biscuits, pastries and treats inspired by our love for fika and everything it stands for. You'll find traditional favourites like oat biscuits and ginger thins. We're stocking our Swedish Food Market with everything you need for fika, so it's easy for anyone to share in our treasured tradition.

Fika in a modern world

Jenny Odenmo is one of the IKEA co-workers who helped introduce KAFFEREP. She enjoys fika moments with co-workers at the office and with friends or neighbours who stop by. But Jenny has a busy life and there's not a lot of time to spare. "My kids like to bake. I like to bake, but I wouldn't say we bake every week. It’s just not possible. We don't have the time. So I always have a fika back-up in the cupboards," says Jenny. "We're a modern family and we need the convenience." Jenny's cupboard back-ups are, in fact, some of her favourites to eat. The KAFFEREP oat biscuits with chocolate have a particularly hard time lasting very long in her home. "They have this amazing dark chocolate in between crispy biscuits. I open a pack and they disappear."

Sharing the love for fika

Now that IKEA offers both great coffee and tasty treats, fika is more accessible. "The KAFFEREP offer is quite wide," says Jenny. "We have a good mix in place. It's all you need really, to have a good fika moment."


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