And then we have Boterkoek… What? Butter cake. This is a traditional Dutch recipe, somewhere between a tart and shortbread. It’s got lots of butter and has an almond/vanilla flavour. Buttercake is just like it sounds: a dense, buttery, sweet cake that sticks to your ribs. Usually served with a steaming cup of coffee, boterkoek is served in small squares or tiny slices. The cake is heavy and rich, and usually a small piece suffices to please a sweet tooth.
Ontbijtkoek (literally translated breakfast cookie) or peperkoek (pepper cookie) is a Dutch spiced cake. Rye is its most important ingredient, coloring the cake in light brown. It is often spiced with cloves, cinnamon, ginger, succade and nutmeg. Several parts of the Netherlands have their own local recipe, of which the most famous is “Oudewijvenkoek” (old wives’ cake) which is mostly eaten in the northern regions, and is flavored with aniseed. Ontbijtkoek is traditionally served at breakfast with a thick layer of butter on top, as a replacement for bread. However, due to its sweet taste it is also served as a snack.
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