This old-fashioned dessert with the peculiar name “Veiled Peasant Girls” is a traditional Scandinavian dessert. It’s a fresh, tangy and sweet apple gingerbread trifle. This dish was very popular back in the day, but it’s still just as delicious today. The dish is traditionally made with toasted breadcrumbs, but it’s also perfect for using any left-over Christmas cookies you have laying around from the Holidays. This recipe uses gingerbread, which pairs perfectly with the tart apple compote and silky whipped cream. A real rustic dessert with old roots, it’s worth a try.