These small sweetbreads were consumed together with brännvin. (If you live outside Scandinavia you can use vodka instead).
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Ingredients:

      1 dl of cinnamonn
      3 whites of egg
      2 dl of sugar

Preparation:

Mix everything til ye got it looking like foam then pour it out with a spoon onto a plate the cakes should be the size of a larger coin bake for 5-10 minutes til they´re slightly golden. And now fer the fun part: take a cooled of bread in one hand and the ”sup” (dram) in the other. Put the bread in yer mouth and let it melt on yer tounge then empty the glass.

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Brännvin is a Swedish word for liquor distilled from potatoes, grain, or (formerly) wood cellulose; it may be flavored or unflavored. The term includes vodka and akvavit, but akvavit is always flavored.

The word brännvin means "burnt wine"; the Finnish equivalent (palo)viina means "burnt liquor." (Sometimes the distillation of beverages is called "burning.") It has the same linguistic roots as English brandy and German Branntwein. wikipedia
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Brännvins Sweet Bread
(Swedish 17th century)
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