Holiday Stove Top Simmering Potpourri

Learn how to make this holiday stove top simmering potpourri that makes your home smell amazing. Perfect for the fall and winter seasons!

Simmering Stove Top Potpourri for Fall and Winter

The warm and cozy smell of the holiday season, clove, cinnamon, nutmeg, oranges and rosemary. This holiday stove top simmering potpourri has all my favorite scents of the season and it is so simple to make.

The comfort of home is what I love. The smell, the cozy feel, the lighting, the wood burning stove. Add all those together this time of the year and I rarely want to leave home.

Stove Top Potpourri Recipes

Using herbs, spices as well as drying your own oranges and drying your own cranberries, these simple ingredients come together for a delightful simmering aroma that will fill your home with a non-toxic, all natural smell.

Fall & Winter Simmering Potpourri Recipe

Ingredients

2-3 Cinnamon Sticks
1 cup Dried Cranberries or fresh
1 cup Dried Orange Slices or you can use the rind or even fresh slices
1 tbsp Clove
1 tbsp Allspice
3-4 Springs Rosemary
1 tbsp Cinnamon chips (optional)

Directions

1. Place water in a pot until about 1/2 of the way full and then add the ingredients.
2. Bring water to a slight boil and then turn the stove down to low heat.
3. Continue to simmer for an hour or two, replenishing water as needed.

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Have you ever made homemade potpourri? What are your favorite spices to use? I would love to hear from you!

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  1. Love your blog!! I feel that we are kindred spirits. ? I am super simple, always have been, and want to go back to all the neutral colors in our home! With Kiersten married now, and Hunter in April, I am gonna have a few rooms to redecorate and I’m excited! Gonna be hitting some flea markets and thrift stores very soon for my cheap awesome finds! That’s always been my go-to’s. And yard sales. I honestly don’t think I’ve ever paid full price for anything!

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