Saturday, 4 December 2010

Festive Cheer in a Glass.....

Evening folks, I wanted to share this glass of festive cheer I'm enjoying with you all! It smells and taste's so christmassy and yummy.

Place a carton of apple juice in a pan with a cup of water, an orange and a lemon chopped up, some grated nutmeg two cinnamon sticks and about 3tbsp brown sugar, although I didn't measure the sugar. simmer for 30-40 mins then enjoy ....yummy. You could keep this warm in a slow cooker, for all those guests visiting on Christmas eve. :o)

Now I was supposed to be showing youl my finished craft project from yesterday, but it's not finished yet. I had some family pop over this afternoon so didn't get around to it. Hopefully tomorrow I'll get it done.

I've noticed that I have 197 followers how lovely is that. Thank you all so much for following my ramblings folks.  So I'm planning a little giveaway, as soon as I reach 200 followers, so keep your eyes peeled.

Have a lovely warm and cosy weekend folks.

TTFN

16 comments:

MelMel said...

that does look lovely and tasty!xx

VintageVicki said...

That sounds rather tasty - I shall be giving that a go over the festive season :)

Cally's Cottage said...

Sounds Delicious! I LOVE the picture on the top of the page,very festive..
Warm WINTER Wishes,
Cally

Sheila said...

Pour me up some!!
Yummy, i bet the smell is great.
x

Julie said...

i'm your 199th follower = how great, youve got a super blog here with some fab creations,
Take Care - ju xxx

Pink Milk said...

Lovely to hear from you xx

Hmm, I can almost smell Christmas from your blog! Special mention too of your simply GORGEOUS snowy spaniel piccies - I've had to show them to all my family! :-) Bertie loves the snow; he hoovers it all up and then wees for England!!

Hx

Kandi said...

Hi - I'm 200!! Glad you popped by my blog and can't believe I've never found you either, glad I have now though!
Kandi x

Amy said...

that drink does look super festive. Yum yum x

Pink Feather Paradise said...

mmm that looks wonderful... we tried our sloe gin last night to see if it needed more sugar... and that was very yummy! which is a relief as i can give bottles for christmas presents now!;D

x Alex

Yarrow said...

Hiya Pixie, how are you? Sorry to hear you had a rough time earlier, but glad you're posting again now. The spiced apple juice looks scrummy. I may have to give it a go.

Take care poppet.x

Keepapi Creative said...

I am loving your header. just gorgeous. Thanks for reminding me of the joys of mulled apple juice. I could do with some of that right now!
YOur blog looks beautiful. Glad I found you. x Jacs x

Catherine said...

Hey there
I know you're a fellow Tilda lover (as you've commented on my blog as such LOL) so I thought I'd let you know of a Tilda Valentines Swap Lisa of Lydia's Treasure and myself are hosting .. .. .. http://lydiastreasures.blogspot.com/2010/12/signed-up-now-valentines-tilda-heart.html

Andrea said...

WOW, that recipe looks fab!! Thanks for the idea! x

Andrea said...

LOVE the recipe! Thanks for the tip! x

Lavender hearts said...

Thank you! :-) You have tickets 1,2 and 3. :-)

cupcakejojo said...

Oh now that looks rather delicious! I wonder if I have all the ingredients! Yum!