Christmas Stove Top Potpourri (5 ingredients!) - I Heart Naptime
Fresh oranges, cranberries and cinnamon sticks simmer on the stove to create an amazing aroma that's perfect for the holidays!
The Perfect Fall Potpourri
Speaking of naturally cozy autumn, here is the latest simmer pot mix that I've been thoroughly enjoying for the past few days. It’s very a...
Rachel Schultz: Cranberry & Cinnamon Stove Top Potpourri
My best frenemy in the whole wide world is candles. The allure of warmth, scent, and coziness draws me in, but the pain of their pricey-ness is a harsh reality. I’m also typically less than impressed with their potency too. To get your whole house to smell good daily, you’d need the GDP of a small country.READ MORE
Boiling orange peels
Directions 1.Place orange peels in a large saucepan and cover with water. Bring to a boil over high heat. Boil for 20 minutes, drain and set aside. 2.In medium saucepan, combine 2 cups sugar and 1 cup water. Bring to a boil and cook until mixture reaches thread stage, 230 degrees F (108 degrees C) on candy thermometer, or small amount dropped in cold water forms a soft thread. Stir in peel, reduce heat and simmer 5 minutes, stirring frequently. Drain. 3.Roll peel pieces, a few at a time, in…
Fragrant Home: 15 Simmering Pot Recipes
Simmering potpourri is a lovely way to make your home smell cozy and inviting, especially during the holiday season when you use warm and fragrant spices. How It Works: Just fill a pot with water, add your favorite ingredients and let it sit heating on the stove all day. This…
The Smell of Christmas
This simmering potpourri will have your whole house filled with the smell of Christmas. It is better than any candle! This recipe comes from my Aunt Harriett... if you knew her you would be so intrigued because she doesn't cook... ironically this in not edible, but something very worth sharing. Christmas Comfort Simmering Potpourri 3 cups of water 4 T Vanilla (you don't have to use your good stuff) 3 T Cinnamon 2-3 Cinnamon Sticks Dried Orange Peel Combine in a sauce pan or kettle. Let…
Homemade Simmering Spices
Like homemade foodie potpourri! Growing up, my mom had this little crockpot that she filled with potpourri and liquid or spices. NOTHING filled the house with scent quite like that did. This is my spur-of-the-moment version. And you can totally use a crockpot! There are zero rules here: use whatever you’d like. You just add […]
FALL IS IN THE AIR~ MAKING HARVEST SIMMERING POTPOURRI - StoneGable
The crisp smell of fall is in the air…and around StoneGable so is the warm aroma of cinnamon and cloves and ginger and vanilla all the warm fragrances associated with Autumn! Simmering stove-top potpourri is the perfect way to invoke the cozy feeling of fall INSIDE your home! Inexpensive and easy to make… HARVEST POTPOURRI more »