Kringla Bakeri og Kafe’s S’more

Having gone on our final trip “over the falls,” sat on the talking bench, and perhaps teared up a little during The Spirit of Norway, we needed a little bit of comfort. With no line at Kringla Bakery og Kafe, Matt popped his head in to see if there was anything new since his last visit. With eyes focused on the dessert case, he zeroed in on a tiny dessert called “S’more.” From what I recall, it wasn’t there on our last visit to the restaurant back in late June.


The parfait-style dessert comes in a small cup and is layered with chocolate pudding, chocolate sauce, marshmallow fluff, and graham cracker crumbs. A rolled stick of chocolate finishes the toasted marshmallow top.


The dessert was definitely more Matt’s speed with its sweetness and chocolate, but I have to admit I was a fan of the fluff and graham cracker crumbs (my favorite parts of an actual S’mores – go figure!). The chocolate sauce didn’t really seem to fit the overall dessert, adding odd liquid-y element that seemed out of place in conjunction with the other more “stable” elements.


Matt gladly finished the dessert, but it’s not something he’d go for again. Kringla offers many other desserts (like Gjetost Cheesecake and School Bread) where you’ll see the value of your dollar go further. Or, if you’re more like me, you’ll find your money going toward the savory items, like the Vegetable (Torte) Souffle. 😉

Have you visited Kringla Bakeri og Kafe and tried the S’more dessert? Let us know what you thought!


6 responses to “Kringla Bakeri og Kafe’s S’more

  1. They didn’t try to sell this as authentically Norwegian, did they? What an odd fit.


  2. IT’S NOT AUTHENTIC?!? Maybe they could have slapped on some chocolate horns instead of the stick… 😛

  3. That is odd… but I’d give it a try. Hopefully it is better than the Frozen S’mores from the Desserts & Champagne booth.

  4. S’vmores arent authentic?

  5. Or maybe it’s S’møres?