Sunday was Valborg, in other parts of the world known as Walpurgis Night. We celebrate the beginning of Spring by lighting huge (hm, well) bonfires and singing traditional spring songs.
The bonfire nearest to where we live is always a bit lacking. It lights up and burns out quickly so lately we have chosen not to go there but rather staying home and grilling some hot dogs and eating s’mores.
I think the s’mores are considered the vital part of Valborg these days in our household. Both Isabel and Sofia count on it happening.
We don’t have graham crackers in Sweden, and the digestive biscuits we do have are a bit too sweet to pair with marshmallows so I am always on the lookout for an alternative. I found an oat biscuit this year but it was too big, and the square one in the picture has the right taste but it is a bit too thick and hard to bite off.
The marshmallows were perfect though – even if I did set mine on fire.