mashed bread, raisins, fruit juice, cinnamon, sugar, milk, cream, fresh fruits, nuts.

Leivasupp is a thick, creamy, and sweet bread soup that is usually made with soaked and mashed bread, raisins, fruit juice, cinnamon, and sugar. It is typically prepared with traditional, dense rye bread, and is often complemented by milk, cream, fresh fruit, and nuts. This bread soup can be served warm or chilled, and it is usually enjoyed as a dessert or a light afternoon snack, but it is also a popular school lunch in the country.

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