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I’ve made a few recipes with the mulled wine flavours and I liked all of them so much, I’ve thought of a new one. Mulled Wine Creme Brulee is a great recipe for Christmas, it’s very easy to make in advance and keep in the fridge for the day. The only thing to do before
Mulled Wine Biscuits is a better name, than my first idea of “mulled wine squirrels”, mainly because that one sounds like a fancy dish in a Michelin star restaurant. Also, the shape of the biscuits makes no difference. Use any shape you like. I got these from Ikea, if you want to use the same
Lussekatt are Swedish buns, made with saffron and raisins. They are a bit special, as in Scandinavia, St. Lucia Day is celebrated on the 13th of December, and on that day people enjoy these delicious Lussekatt buns. These religious celebrations involve a procession of girls dressed in white robes with red sashes. The girls have
Apple mince pies are delicious. I made them for Christmas last year and they were a hit, so good. I think I’m going to make them again for this Christmas. The Port gives the mincemeat a luxurious taste. I like deep mince pies, as it means there is more gorgeous mincemeat in them. Since I
As you know if you followed my blog for the last few months, I’ve been baking along the Great British Bake Off each week. As in the previous years, this year I’ve joined the #GBBOBloggers2018 & #GBBOBakeoftheWeek linky organized by Jenny from mummymishaps and Helen from casacostello.com. Besides seeing pretty amazing bakes made by all
Chestnuts, Mushrooms, and Apple Pie, a perfect main for the Christmas dinner. I should say that considering that this was the main we’ve had last year for Christmas. The thing is that I loved how it looked, so I took pictures and keep the recipe for this year. I might make it again this year,