Fall Simmer Pot Recipes

I know I’ve said it many times, but Fall is my FAVORITE season! There’s nothing better than the smell of Fall: the scent that brings recollections of playing in the leaves, the hint of a bonfire, and that crisp cool breeze. In order to bring this scent into my home, I have been testing out different Fall simmer pot fragrances. There are SO many options out there, but this is one of my favorites.

Here’s What You’ll Need:

Oranges
Lemons
Cinnamon
Allspice
Cloves
Vanilla

Place a few slices of orange & lemon into a pot of water. Add some cinnamon sticks, and a teaspoon of whole allspice and cloves {adjust the amount as you add more water}. Pour in a splash of vanilla, bring to a boil then simmer on low. Add more water as necessary. When you’re done with your recipe, store the fruit & spices in a mason jar with water in the refrigerator until you’re ready to use it again.

And that’s all you need to do to enjoy the scent of Fall in your home!

*Here are a few other yummy Fall simmer pot scents!

{My New Favorite}
Apple Cider
Water
Mulling Spices

 

Pineapple Juice
Orange Juice
Lemon Slices
Cinnamon Sticks
Whole Cloves

 

Apple Slices
Cinnamon Sticks

 

Orange
Ginger
Almond Extract

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  1. 7

    says

    How fantastic! I bet the aroma is heavenly. Thank you for sharing this at my Make it Pretty Monday party at The Dedicated House. Hope to see your prettiness again on Monday. Toodles, Kathryn @TheDedicatedHouse

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    Jo Ann D'Angelo says

    I have been doing this for years, and I love it. I have found if I save my orange and lemon peels and put them in a plastic zip-loc in the fridge, they will keep for me to use in my potpourri anytime I want to make some.
    My recipe calls for:
    2 cups of water, add orange and lemon peels/slices 3-4 of each, about 3 bay leaves, 2-3 cinnamon sticks, 10 whole cloves.
    Hope you like it.
    Jo Ann

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