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What would Christmas be without the smell of mulled wine heated on the stove? The combination of cloves, cardamom and cinnamon spreading throughout the home captures everything we love about Christmas in a classic Christmas drink. In Scandinavia, mulled wine is known as glögg, it is sweeter than the version that I knew growing up in the UK and is served warm with the additions of blanched almonds and raisins. Here is a simple recipe for non-alcoholic glögg that comes together quickly and the whole family can enjoy:
Soft gingerbread with creamy frosting and lingonberries is the ultimate Scandinavian Christmas treat!
In Scandinavia gingerbread or pepparkakor is as traditional as mulled wine at Christmas and why not, because surely they belong together? This year we have a recipe for soft gingerbread with a delightful creamy frosting, topped with delicious red lingonberries – a real Scandinavian treat! Here's how to make this sweet Scandinavian Christmas recipe:
Roasted nuts are a Christmas staple and this simple Scandinavian Christmas recipe for candied almonds is the perfect offering for your guests before Christmas dinner or with a simple sweet snack alongside your homemade glögg:
Text: Arijana Kapic Styling: Ellinor Johansson, Arijana Kapic, Kristina Niesel Photography: Angeliqa Daldorph