Simmer Pot to Make Your House Smell Wonderful

2 Materials
10 Minutes
Make your home smell wonderful with a simmering pot - it's inexpensive, it's natural (no chemicals), and it can be a gift idea!

You'll need: A pot or crock-pot Cinnamon sticks Oranges Apples Water An empty mason or recycled jar (optional for preserving or gift)
First slice up your oranges.
Next slice up your apples.
Put all the fruit slices in your pot with some cinnamon sticks.
Fill the pot up with water.
Put it on your stove.
Turn your stove on to simmer. Once the water warms up, it will start emitting the wonderful smell. ***A word of caution - keep an eye on it, you need to keep adding water through out the day to it as it evaporates out.
Or I like to use a crock-pot instead. Turn it on warm or low and keep the lid off so the smell fills your home. You still will need to keep an eye on it and add water as it evaporates.
If you want to store it or give it as a gift. Put the fruit and cinnamon sticks in a jar.
Fill the jar with water and put the lid on.
You can keep it in your refrigerator for up to 3 weeks.
Please join me Tuesday, January 24th at 7pm EST on Hometalk Facebook Live! You'll see this and more tips on "warming" your home.
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Suggested materials:
  • Jar
  • Fruit & cinnamon sticks
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  • Janet Chadwick Janet Chadwick on Jan 21, 2017
    Could you freeze it?

  • Rkm Rkm on Jan 21, 2017
    What instructions do you need to include with the gift, for people to use it? And do you put the raw ingredients in the mason jar, or after you've simmered them?

  • Roe Mel Roe Mel on Jan 22, 2017
    What would you do with it when you jar it up?

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