Mulled Red Wine: Keeping it Cozy During the Holiday Season

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LAURYN

Lauryn Evarts talks diet and fitness for weight loss.

Lauryn Evarts talks diet and fitness for weight loss.

First things first.

Can we talk about my new plaid mugs? OMFG, right?!

And only two are shown…you should see the other two.

I’m super into plaid, plaid, plaid & more plaid, so these babies will also be used year-round.

Oh, & filling them with warm red mulled wine def makes them 10 x cuter.

Yes. Warmed. Red. Mulled. Wine.

So good. So different. So easy.

It takes a minute to make & it’s only four ingredients.

Plus it provides a nice lil’ buzz.

‘Tis the season, right? ; )

Lauryn Evarts talks diet and fitness for weight loss.

http://theglitterguide.com/2013/12/03/recipe-file-mulled-wine/

Lauryn Evarts talks diet and fitness for weight loss.

 + Mulled Red Wine Ingreds:

<< 1 bottle of red wine

<< A handful of whole cloves

<< A couple of cinnamon sticks

<< Zest of an organic orange

+ Directions: simmer all ingredients over low-medium heat for ten minutes. Strain & pour into mugs. Garnish with the zest of an orange. Mandatory: drink in front of a fire. K?

Woo-hoo.

The perf at home cocktail.

Mulled red wine + Real Housewives + a blazing fire= these are a few of my favorite things.

Cheers!

xx.Lauryn

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Lauryn Evarts talks diet and fitness for weight loss.

Mulled Red Wine: Keeping it Cozy During the Holiday Season

Lauryn Evarts talks diet and fitness.

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  1. AvatarRodney

    I really like the red wine and i have also a huge collection of red wine. Due to use red wine i feel from free stress and is much better for the stomach. Drinking red wine stimulates the development of new cells in the skin’s outer layers.

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  2. AvatarMatt

    Cool article!!
    I just got into wine after drinking beer for years!
    I really love the reds, especially Merlot and Pinot Noir.
    I’m no expert so was wondering which red wines you recommend for cooking beef?

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