Hyggeschooling: The Sisters Get Cozy {Episode 29}

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Hygge is everywhere right now- you know why?

It’s awesome!

Hygge doesn’t have a direct translation into English, but the closest word is probably coziness. So, in this episode, the sisters are talking twinkle lights, cocoa, books, games, recipes and other ways to slow down your homeschool and embrace the most hyggeligt time of year.

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10 thoughts on “Hyggeschooling: The Sisters Get Cozy {Episode 29}

  1. Amy says:

    I listened to your show while cooking for Thanksgiving today, and enjoyed myself a lot thanks to your company. 🙂

    I am not on a gluten free diet now, but the GF bread in Kneadlessly Simple by Nancy Baggett is the one I made the most often because it tasted SO GOOD. You can actually see part of the recipe to get an idea of it in the preview for the hardcover one on Amazon linked below. It’s seriously worth it. I used to make two loaves at time when I made it more often so I could freeze a loaf.

  2. Amy G says:

    Loved this episode! And, very excited about the upcoming challenge (we are currently enjoying the game schooling challenge, although my kids are in puzzle mode, and puzzle so much, they are usually too tired to game). I strongly recommend you look into this book for the challenge and for your winter!! We got it about 3 years ago, and fika has changed our weekends and days!! https://www.amazon.com/Fika-Swedish-Coffee-Recipes-Pastries/dp/1607745860/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1511644351&sr=8-1&keywords=fika

  3. Emma says:

    Unless you’re Celiac try sourdough bread. Several in my family have a gluten intolerance but do not react to homemade sourdough! It’s been fun learning how to make it.

  4. Tanya Button says:

    For excellent gluten \ dairy free foods, try the book “Paleo Indulgences” has the most amazin brownie recipe and sweet bread recipes in it.

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