I know, probably nobody can hear it anymore, but unfortunately Corona is on everyone's lips again or again. Especially now that we are close to Christmas time, it may reappear for many. And then we received this text from a reader that we would like to publish unchanged.
Christmas in "strange" times
You are probably wondering how you should do all of this. There are parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, children and maybe even more lovely people with whom you usually spend the party. But it looks like it won't be this year. There will definitely be many sad faces this year.
I too was wondering how it should go this year. After all, we are ten people. Our children are all grown up and have their own household, which is five households. Then there is my mother-in-law, the sixth household.
So it will have to be a bit different this year. We spent a long time worrying about what we were doing so that we could make it a bit Christmassy despite this difficult time and not have to mop up the rest of the year.
Children's mulled wine is just the thing for cold days. Whether after a walk in the forest or a sleigh ride - children's mulled wine warms up all cold-numbed limbs, tastes delicious and is easy to take with you in a thermos flask.
Children's mulled wine made from grape juice and orange juice
But how is the children's mulled wine really delicious? There are really plenty of recipes. Of course, there isn't one recipe that everyone likes, and every child has their own preferences. But the mix of the following ingredients is very popular.
Almost everyone knows the recipe with apple juice, sugar and cinnamon sticks. A completely different mixture, which is in no way inferior to the classic, is the combination of grape and orange.
For eight children you need about one liter of grape juice, one liter of orange juice and half a liter of strong fruit tea as you like (blueberries are particularly delicious for child-friendly mulled wine, or a fruit mix). Use sugar sparingly. "Delicious children's mulled wine for cold days" read more