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    Easy smoked salmon, potato and dill bake

    By Hyggestyle on March 16, 2018
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    We might have had a brief sneak peek of Spring, but the urge for comfort food hasn’t yet been replaced by craving for some sort of horrific beetroot and alfafa salad (along with a small internal worry about having to wear a swimsuit on a public beach again). This salmon, cream and potato bake ticks all those Sunday Night Supper

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    Chocolate Easter Nests recipe

    By Hyggestyle on March 5, 2018
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    These are just the easiest Easter treats ever, and are perfect for grubby little hands to knock up after school. Obviously we like to add a little glug of rum to some of the mixture to make it slightly more palatable for grownups, but I think the alcohol is offset by the fact that shredded wheat are full of fibre

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    Easy marbled Easter egg decorations

    By Hyggestyle on March 5, 2018
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    Our friends over at Gisela Graham have come up with some, ah, cracking Easter eggs decorations, and if like me you have a basket full of old nail varnish you can view it as eco-friendly recycling 🙂 All you need are some hard-boiled eggs, a glass of water and at least two shades of nail polish. STEP 1: Take your

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    Wolf’s Christmas spiced cherry tiffin cake

    By Hyggestyle on December 2, 2017
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    So last Sunday was Stir-up Sunday, the day we traditionally make our Christmas pudding, and my son Wolf made it perfectly clear how much he wasn’t going to eat any due to the inclusion of so many raisins. We therefore came up with an oh-so-easy alternative Christmas Pudding Without Any Raisins Or Weird Stuff, and although we made it in

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    How to make Scandinavian Glögg or mulled wine

    By Hyggestyle on October 31, 2017
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    Most northern European countries have a recipe for mulled wine or gluhwein; what sets our Danish Glögg recipe apart for me is the addition of the slivered almond and raisins that you can eat with a spoon when you get to the bottom of the glass. Best served with a plateful of warm aebleskiver and a dice game, in my opinion.