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In Denmark, Fastelavn buns are eaten during the Shrovetide celebration of Fastelavn, the buns are filled with custard and marzipan, then finished with whipped cream and colourful icing. Betina Skovbro, owner of Brød bakery and coffee shop says: "People queue for hours at bakeries to buy them. On the day, children play a game where a barrel is filled with sweets and painted with a black cat, and they take turns to hit the barrel. Whoever knocks out the base of the barrel is called the Cat Queen, and whoever knocks down the last piece of the barrel is known as the Cat King.’" See method
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Tip: Skip step 3 and use ready-made custard. You can also use jam or chocolate spread in place of the marzipan filling.
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