Anna's Original Ginger ThinsCotswold Faire
The foundations for Annas Pepparkakor were laid by the sisters Emma and Anna Karlsson back in 1929 in their home bakery on Artillerigatan in Stockholm. Back then, they baked both ginger thins, or “Pepparkakor” in Swedish and other small cakes. The thins became very popular and the bakery expanded rapidly. The bakery moved to Rödabergsgatan/Torsgatan and in 1945, the actual production of Annas Pepparkakor was moved to larger premises in Johanneshov.
Satisfying by themselves, Annas Thins are also a perfect pairing for cheese and fruit. They make a scrumptious crumble for pie crust and ice cream topping. Annas Original Ginger Thins are spiced with ginger, cinnamon and cloves.