Mmmm, mulled wine. nutmegnanny.com Recipe at Nutmeg Nanny. Sweet, warm red wine. veggiewala.com Recipe at Veggiewala. Steaming with seduction. shutterstock.com Brewed with spices, fruits, and nuts. slashfood.com The perfect winter beverage. natashainoz.com Just pour a bottle of your favorite red wine into a saucepan... zoomyummy.com Throw in some spices and add-ins, then simmer for 10-20 minutes! That's it! zoomyummy.com Simple recipe at Zoom Yummy. Customize however you like. dirtygourmet.com Recipe for Citrus Spiced Mulled Wine at Dirty Gourmet. You can make it with cranberries. wherethecookiesare.com Recipe at Home is Where The Cookies Are. Or sweet, juicy oranges. azragermangal.wordpress.com Recipe at Azragermangal's Weblog. Try adding some bay leaves and lime. aglugofoil.com Recipe at A Glug of Oil. It will be crazy delicious regardless of what you throw in. shutterstock.com Whatever you choose to enjoy it with. download.shutterstock.com Whomever you decide to sip it with. shutterstock.com Simply paradise. tastefoodblog.com Recipe at TasteFood. In Scandinavia, it's called glögg. Glögg is usually filled with just almonds and raisins, and often involves brandy in addition to wine. Pictured above with Danish pancakes. You can even buy it pre-packaged. trialx.com But it probably tastes better homemade. boulderlocavore.com Recipe at Boulder Locavore. Or served fresh by cool dudes at your local Christmas market. Mark Renders / Getty Images If you're averse to beverages, try a mulled wine lollipop! etsy.com Available on Etsy. Mulled wine poached pears are another option. channel4.com Gordon Ramsay's recipe at Channel 4. But who are you kidding? Nothing will beat the actual drink. greenkitchenstories.com Recipe at Green Kitchen Stories. So cozy, so comfortable. Flickr: yelena_strokin Recipe at Cooking Melangery. aweofja;wefjawefasd simplyrecipes.com Recipe at Simply Recipes. Go make it. NOW. Recipe at Kitchen Confidante.