Kvikklunsj is just about as Norwegian as you can get. All Norwegians have been bought up to eat Kvikklunsj after long skiing trips in the mountains at Easter. There are national versions of Kvikklunsj all over the world. In Sweden it is called Cloetta, while the American version is called KitKat.
Put the apples in a pan with the icing sugar, cardamoms and the juice from the two lemons. Bring to the boil with the lid on and allow it to simmer for 2-3 minutes. Mash the compote using a whisk and cool.
Whisk the mascarpone and icing sugar together.
Serve the apple compote and mascarpone cream topped with the coarsely chopped KitKat (Kvikklunsj).