A Glögg Recipe to Warm You
As the days grow shorter and colder, nothing warms the hands and heart more than a delicious mulled wine.
Cranberry Mulled Wine
As the snows continue to blow in many places, warm up with this delicious, hot wine recipe.
Dad's Mulled Wine Recipes
My Dad had as many recipes for mulled wine as he had ideas of what to have for breakfast. Here are a couple that I remember that you might enjoy!
Glühwein - German Mulled Wine Recipe
Glühwein is a warm spicy traditional German winter drink made from warmed wine. It's easy to make and very welcome if you've been out in the cold, maybe carol singing!
Mulled Wine & How to Make It
My Dad made a good batch of mulled wine, served with fruitcake and fudge. There was always a good sized plate of warm cinnamon rolls nearby too.
Mulled Wine Recipe
Perfect for taking the chill of any aumtumn or winter evening.
Mulled Wine Recipe
As the weather turns colder, grownups turn to mulled wine as a flavorful way to warm up.
Negus - Mulled Wine Recipe
This English mulled wine recipe is perfect to keep you warm.
Non-Alcoholic Gluhwein Recipe
Glühwein is a favourite in winter, but as the 'wein' part of its name suggests, wine is its major ingredient. Peter F May shows how to make an version as close a possible to the real thing, without using any alcohol.
Peppery Mulled Wine Recipe
This mulled wine recipe has a slight, peppery kick to it!
Smoking Bishop Mulled Wine Recipe
This recipe is just the thing to take the chill away. It features flavors of oranges and spices.
Vin Brulè -- Italian Mulled Wine
This Italian mulled wine is a standard part of winter festivals in northern Italy.
Vin Chaud - French Mulled Wine Recipe
Mmmmm, this recipe begins by using Beaujolais to create a perfect cold weather treat.
Wassail - Mulled Wine Recipe
While wassail is an English Christmas tradition, this mulled wine recipe is welcome at anytime.
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