Enjoy the warm smells of the season with these easy Fall Inspired Simmer Pot Recipes that are perfect way to fill your home with the scent of autumn, naturally.
One of my favorite ways to get my house feeling like fall is to make up some fall simmering potpourri. It only takes a few minutes and really does make the house smell heavenly.
These All Natural Simmer Pot Recipes are crazy easy and smell so much fresher than a candle!
You can simmer these homemade potpourris on the stovetop or in the slow cooker – whatever works best for you.
Just be sure you don’t let all the liquid simmer away and burn the pan!
Don’t be afraid to experiment with your simmer pot recipes.
Try different ingredients you think will smell nice – pears, apples, pinecones, dried spices – whatever you have on hand.
I like to use fruits that are too ripe to eat because I’d rather put them to good use instead of just throwing them away!
Get into the habit of saving (rather than composting) your orange peels, lemon and lime peels, apple and pear skins, and other sweet-smelling kitchen scraps.
Pop them in the freezer to keep them fresh until you’re ready to use them.
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Give friends and family a container full of dried fruit and spices, so they can create their own simmer pots for their home.
Makes a great gift that is affordable and unique. Add this free printable gift tag in case they don’t know how to use stovetop potpourris.
This easy stovetop recipe will leave your home smelling amazing from fall through Christmastime!
Make your home smell like you’re baking a fresh apple pie.
This Fall Simmering Stove Top Potpourri is a blend of warm spices, dried herbs, and fresh orange peel.
The surprise ingredient in this potpourri is dried bay leaves. The leaves really just add so much depth to this stove top potpourri.
Now you can make your home smell like your favorite coffee drink with this easy recipe featuring canned pumpkin, pumpkin pie spice, and apple slices.
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Spicy ginger and sweet apple are a match made in fragrance heaven.
Nothing eliminates odors like lemon. If you like the fresh, citrusy smell of Williams Sonoma and Pottery Barn, this scent is for you.
This potpourri features just three simple scents – orange, cinnamon, and clove – but it’ll do wonders to make your house feel warm and cozy this fall.
While fall is my favorite time of year, it’s also the start of cold and flu season.
Use this simmer pot recipe to prevent the spread of germs and treat symptoms in your home.
Simmering potpourri on the stove releases moisture into the air, which can relieve coughing and congestion.
Citrus, clove, rosemary, cinnamon and eucalyptus are an unstoppable germ-fighting team and are often found together in disinfecting essential oil blends.
Nothing beats the smell of fresh pine!
Gather some fresh pine needles and dried spices like cinnamon sticks, nutmeg, cloves, and rosemary to make this simple, warming fragrance.
A big batch of cider is the base for this potpourri made with cooking spices and fresh-from-the-orchard apples.
Add pears to your simmer pot for a new seasonal scent profile.
Make your home smell amazing with these Easy Natural Simmer Pot Recipes for Fall. Freshening your home naturally has never been easier!
What do you think of these Sweet-Smelling Simmer Pot Recipes for Fall?
Have you ever used stovetop potpourri to freshen your home’s air? Please share your thoughts in the comments below!
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