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Looking for more, and other gloegg recipes? Feel like trying something a bit different? Here are a couple that we picked up at
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Saffron glögg
1 bottle white wine
2 cinnamon sticks
5 white peppercorns
5 cloves
0.5 g saffron
1 vanilla pod (cut it open and remove the seeds)
0.5-1 Tablespoon liquid honey
1 orange (peeled and sliced; the entire orange will be used)
1 Tablespoon confectioner’s sugar
Put all ingredients except the confectioner’s sugar in a pot and bring to a simmer, don’t let it boil! Remove from heat and let it sit for about one hour. Strain but try to save the vanilla pod and the cinnamon. Reheat and add confectioner’s sugar to taste. Serve in small glasses and decorate with a piece of cinnamon in each glass.
Here are a couple of the other easy-to-make recipes we've collected through the years - one a regular, old-fashioned, one an apple glögg - Glögg Recipes


Alcohol-free blueberry glögg
4 cups blueberry juice
2 pieces bitter orange peel
1 cinnamon stick
6 cloves
0.5 Tablespoon cardamom seeds
4 oz orange juice, freshly squeezed
blanched almonds and raisins
Mix all ingredients except the orange juice in a pot. Bring to a simmer, remove from heat and let stand 2-3 hours. Strain away the spice. Mix in the orange juice at the time of serving. Reheat. Serve with almonds and raisins.

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