Homemade Cinnamon Spice Potpourri

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[ Potpourri simmering on the stove ]

There’s something to be said about the phrase “home for the holidays.” This homemade potpourri [ created by my step-mom, Julie ] is constantly brewing at my parents’ house during the holiday season. Its spicy essence creates a warm feeling of sensory memory. It immediately transforms the ambience to a Thanksgiving & Christmas feeling. The best part? No calories– the smell of festive spirit is enough to alleviate the temptation of baked goods.

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[ A red ripe gala apple ]

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[ Organic cinnamon sticks ]

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[ Sliced oranges ]

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[ Potpourri essentials ]

Homemade Cinnamon Spice Potpourri


1 1/2 cup of spicy apple cider

1 gala apple

2 oranges

8 cinnamon sticks

6 whole nutmegs

1 dash of ground cloves

2 dashes of pumpkin spice

Put everything in to a small pot. When there are people at home, turn the stove on the lowest simmer [ do not forget to turn it off when no one is home!!! ]. This concoction last for two weeks; it is totally normal for the ingredients to shrivel up over the days, just keep adding splashes of spicy apple cider [ every few days ].

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4 Replies to “Homemade Cinnamon Spice Potpourri”

  1. I love this! Ive heard that scented candles are actually really toxic for you to breathe in, so this is such a great idea for a healthy, natural way to make your home smell amazing. Thanks so much!

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