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Article: Christmas market at home

Weihnachtsmarkt zu Hause

Christmas market at home

We all agree: 2020 was an unusual year! Even if Christmas markets unfortunately cannot take place as usual this year, we are looking forward to the pre-Christmas period. At home this time. We at Laori show you today how you can easily bring the Christmas market to your home. We have collected delicious recipes for Laori drinks and the classic Christmas market sweets.

  1. Laori & Special Moments Bundle
  2. non-alcoholic alternative to glow gin
  3. non-alcoholic Moscow Mule
  4. vegan vanilla crescents
  5. chocolate-coated fruits
  6. roasted nuts

1. Laori & Special Moment Bundle

Our Laori & special moment bundle is the perfect combination for the time at home! With the special moment Original Edition, friends, couples and families get to know each other in a whole new way. Diverse questions, group questions and challenges turn an ordinary get-together into special moments. This makes the bundle perfect for a Christmas market feeling at home. The bottle of Laori Juniper No 1 is included in the bundle as the perfect companion for a nice, enjoyable evening at home.

2. alcohol-free alternative to glow gin

In addition to the classic mulled wine, more and more alcoholic mulled drinks have made a name for themselves at the Christmas markets in recent years. First and foremost: the glow gin! We'll show you how you can conjure up a delicious non-alcoholic alternative with our Laori Juniper No 1! Fruity, spicy, tasty - and you don't have to worry about a hangover!


  • 100ml Laori Juniper No 1
  • 500 ml naturally cloudy apple juice
  • 200 ml currant juice
  • 3 oranges
  • 2 cinnamon sticks
  • 5 cloves
  • 2 tbsp honey / agave syrup

Glass & Decoration

  • Cup or mug and fresh orange zest as decoration


  • Halve 2 oranges and squeeze the juice, slice the remaining orange
  • Boil the orange juice, apple juice and currant juice together with the spices, then turn the heat down to low
  • Add orange slices and Laori Juniper No 1 and leave for 15 minutes
  • Strain through a sieve and season with honey or agave syrup
  • Pour into mugs and garnish with fresh orange zest. Enjoy!

3. Non-Alcoholic Moscow Mule – Laori Mule

The Moscow Mule is a perfect winter drink. The warm feeling of ginger in the throat, the scent of mint and a slight acidity: all this describes the non-alcoholic Moscow Mule. With Laori Juniper No 1 we conjure up alcohol-free, liquid winter in your glass!


  • 4clLaori Juniper No 1
  • 1 cl lime juice
  • 15 cl ginger beer, e.g. Spicy Ginger from Thomas Henry
  • Ice Cube

Glass & Decoration

  • Highball or classic copper mug
  • Mint & fresh lime for garnish


  • Place ice cubes in the highball glass or copper mug
  • Add Laori Juniper No 1 and the lime juice
  • Pour in ginger beer and stir once
  • Garnish with half a lime wedge and mint leaves. Enjoy!

4. Vegan vanilla crescents

Christmas time is cookie time! We are particularly fond of this vegan vanilla crescent recipe.It's quick and easy, and gives you magical cookies!


  • 150g spelled flour
  • 50g powdered sugar
  • 50 g ground almonds
  • 1 tsp ground vanilla
  • 1 packet of vanilla sugar
  • 90g margarine
  • 1 tbsp lemon juice

For pollination:

  • 35g powdered sugar
  • 1 tsp ground vanilla


  • Preheat the oven to 165 degrees and cover a tray with baking paper
  • Sieve the spelled flour and icing sugar into a bowl, mix in the ground almonds, ground vanilla and vanilla sugar
  • Add the margarine cut into small pieces and add the lemon juice
  • Knead the ingredients with both hands until you can form the dough into a ball
  • Divide the dough into 5-6 portions, knead each portion of dough again into a ball and roll out lengthwise on a work surface
  • Cut out pieces of dough the size of gnocchi, roll them into sausages between your palms and place them slightly curved on the baking sheet
  • Bake the vanilla crescents for 12 minutes, they shouldn't get dark, just slightly brown at the ends
  • Mix the powdered sugar with the ground vanilla and sift over the vanilla crescents. Enjoy!

5. Chocolate-Coated Fruits

We all know chocolate fruits from Christmas and annual markets. But you can also easily make them yourself at home. You only need a few ingredients and there are no limits to your creativity.


  • Fruit of your choice
  • 500 g couverture or chocolate
  • Wooden skewers


  • Wash the fruit and cut into bite-sized pieces. Then put on the skewers. Either one variety per skewer or mixed
  • To prepare the water bath, fill a large pot with water and hang a smaller pot in it.
  • Crush the couverture or chocolate and put it in the smaller pot and let it melt. Meanwhile, stir
  • several times
  • As soon as the couverture has melted, the fruits are chocolate-coated with help. Place the finished skewers on a baking sheet and let them cool. Enjoy!

6. Roasted Nuts

It doesn't matter whether it's almonds, peanuts or cashew nuts: roasted nuts are the absolute classic at the Christmas market. Today we show you how you can easily make roasted nuts at home! The good thing about it, the roasted nuts are not only cheaper than at the Christmas market, but you can choose whatever you feel like!


  • 250g of nuts of your choice
  • 200 grams of sugar
  • 125ml water
  • ½ tsp cinnamon
  • 1 pinch of salt


  • Line a baking tray with baking paper
  • In a saucepan, on the highest level, mix the sugar together with salt, cinnamon and water and as soon as the sugar solution starts to boil add the nuts and stir well
  • Turn the heat down to medium and simmer until the water has evaporated and the sugar has crystallized again, stirring every now and then
  • When the sugar has started to crystallize, you should start stirring constantly until the nuts start to shine
  • Remove the nuts from the stove immediately, spread them out on the baking sheet and let them cool down. Enjoy!

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