I mix the best from both places.
In Sweden we usually have a huge Christmas feast. A real Christmas table in Sweden should have 7 kinds of herring, 7 kinds of salmon, lutefisk, 7 kinds of meat and 7 kinds of sausages, at least 7 kinds of fruits and 7 kinds of cake, and 7 kinds of desserts and 7 kinds of home made candy, Christmas rice pudding, beer, aquavit, and crown of the table is the Christmas ham. It is actually so much I can not possibly list everything.
In Norway the Christmas table is not as hugh as in Sweden (as far as I know of). The main course is either Pinnekjøtt (lamb), Juleribbe (pork), juletorsk (cod), Lutefisk, and different sausages. But Norwegians are big on cakes and desserts.
Eating all of this is a bit to much. I usually pick what I like best from both traditions. And of course, I make it all myself.
Swedish Janssons Frestelse
Swedish Christmas Ham
Herring and Salmon
Norwegian pinnekjøtt (lamb)
Norwegian Juleribbe (pork)
Meat and Janssons plate
And Glögg, nuts, fruit bread, candy and cakes.