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Easy Danish Christmas Eve Rice Porridge (Risengrød) Recipe

For Christmas Eve dinner, families in Denmark start the meal by giving everyone at the table a small bowl of warm porridge topped with a mixture of cinnamon and sugar and a pat of butter on top called Risengrød (pronounced risen-groo with a hint of a d sound at the end.)  One lucky person at the table will find a whole almond in the bottom of their empty bowl and will win the almond gift – usually candy, marzipan, or other small treat.   Save this recipe to your Pinterest Boards for later! Share it with your friends!

How to Make Orangina at Home!

After a 7 mile run, Husband likes to quench his deep down body thirst with an Orangina.

This can get pricey at the quantities Husband’s been sucking down on a weekly basis so he came up with a recipe for a not-so-pricey homemade Orangina knockoff recipe.

homemade orangina recipe
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Later, I made our homemade Orangina even cheaper by buying Husband a Soda Stream Soda Maker (get more information about it here) so he can carbonate and his own soda water.

Homemade Orangina  Recipe


You will need:

Orange juice
Carbonated soda water
A glass is mighty helpful too

Make it:

1. Pour three parts carbonated water and one part orange juice into a glass.

2. Kick back and enjoy.

3. Repeat as needed!

Boom, instant on demand Orangina-like soda. Drink it up yum.

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