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Norwegian crunchy ice cream topping?

Chris VR | Mar 21, 200204:52 PM     2

The hubby and I were crazy for this stuff while visiting Norway a few years ago. Like sprinkles (or jimmies or whatever they call them in your part of the world), these were a dry crumbly streusel-like topping that went over ice cream. We particularly loved the strawberry version. We looked around in a few supermarkets before we left, but had no luck. We found it at pretty much all the ice cream stands we found there.

Any suggestions on how we could purchase this topping from the US? I've searched online and haven't had any luck. I do have a friend who owns an ice cream shop and would be interested in stocking it, so if the only sources out there are commercial wholesalers, that's OK too.

Thanks for any suggestions!

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