As the cider heats in the slow cooker, it fills the house with the aroma of holiday cheer.
Technique Tip: If you don't have a slow cooker, the glogg can be heated on the stovetop in an 8 quart pan to about 165° F. for 15 minutes.
Swap Option: Leave out the brandy to make it nonalcoholic.
Place all glogg ingredients into a slow cooker; cook on medium-high heat without the lid for 1½ hours.
To serve, place one of each of the garnish items into each cup; ladle the glogg over the garnish in each cup.