VINTERSAGA Gingerbread hearts
VINTERSAGA Gingerbread hearts
VINTERSAGA Gingerbread hearts
703.742.94

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Decorate with icing and candy, tie a ribbon through the hole and hang it on your Christmas tree or in a window.In wintertime, Swedish families gather and make their homes cozy by preparing Christmas decorations while enjoying good things to eat. The home becomes a serene shelter from the winter cold.Store dry at room temperature.Icing: Stir 9 ounces icing sugar, 1 egg white and 1 teaspoon lemon juice/vinegar to a smooth, quite thick paste. Apply with a pastry bag (can be made out of parchment paper).
  • VINTERSAGAGingerbread heartsArticle Number:703.742.94
    Width: 4 ¼ "Height: 1 ¼ "Length: 6 ¾ "Weight: 5 ozPackage(s): 1

Product size

Net weight: 
4.4 oz

Reviews

5(2)
Delicious!GailNice ginger flavor in a crisp, not too sweet cookie.5
Deeelish!!ClaudiaDeeelish!!5
VINTERSAGA Gingerbread hearts

Celebrate the holidays like a Swede

Do you feel a little Swedish this Christmas? If you do, our food series VINTERSAGA is just what you need. It features ginger thins, saffron rolls, mulled wine and more. So do the holidays like a traditional Swede - gather together, make your home cozy and spend time enjoying good things to eat!  Read More
It’s four weeks to Christmas. Petra Bragée and her family stand outside the nearly 200-year-old farmhouse they call home, just a half hour's drive from Älmhult, where IKEA was founded. Every light in the house is turned off except the decorative stars hung in windows and strings of bulbs lining the eaves. This is a favorite tradition for Petra and her loved ones. They stand at a distance to admire the twinkling home while sipping glögg—a sweet mulled wine—and munching ginger thins, the kind of treats you'll find in the VINTERSAGA series. "We need these things this time of year," smiles Petra.

Favorite holiday treats

Many Swedes build gingerbread houses for Christmas, but Petra’s family takes it to a new level. They host an annual gingerbread building competition among the neighbors. "We’re more and more people every year," Petra says, pointing out that the competition actually isn’t that important. Instead, spending time together is what means the most. The kids don’t care about winning either. They’re more interested in eating the creations. One of the event's perks? "It smells really good with this gingerbread in the house," Petra says.

Making time for togetherness

Laboring over batches of gingerbread dough is not the only thing Petra and her family do in the weeks leading up to Christmas. They also bake saffron rolls, and head to the forest to gather moss and pinecones for decorating their home. "It’s a quite busy time," she laughs. "But you get to spend a lot of time with the ones you love.” Whether you make all treats yourself, like Petra and her family or buy ready-made VINTERSAGA products doesn’t really matter. The important part is being together. Loved ones and good food. That’s the true taste of a traditional Swedish Christmas.
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VINTERSAGA
Gingerbread hearts

$1.59/ 0.276 lb
In-store purchase only
VINTERSAGA Gingerbread hearts

VINTERSAGA

$1.59/ 0.276 lb