Family · Food

Christmas food the Swedish way

What can be more Swedish than going to ikea for Christmas food? Not much really? So that’s what me, mummy and grandmother did today.

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There’s also the classical julmust that is a must have drink with Christmas food here in Sweden.

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I tried to keep my portions small to fit more of them into my little tummy, before finishing of with coffee and gingerbread cookies.

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Not to forget, IKEA is a do-it-yourself place, that includes removing your own dishes when done.

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Two more days before Christmas Eve and that yearly visit from Santa and I’m already feel all eaten out!

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