21 November 2016

The Best Homemade Stovetop Potpourri

Aside from decorations, baking and gift-giving, nothing screams holidays and Christmas more to me than homemade stovetop Christmas potpourri. 


For me, the holidays just aren’t complete without the delicious aroma of Christmas. A homemade stovetop potpourri is a quick and inexpensive way to make your home smell like the holidays in just minutes. 


For me, the holidays just aren’t complete without the delicious aroma of Christmas. A homemade stovetop potpourri is a quick and inexpensive way to make your home smell like the holidays in just minutes.


 Here's what you'll need:
{1} whole orange
{1/2} cup cranberries
{1} Tbsp. whole cloves
{3} sticks of cinnamon
A few drops of vanilla extract
A sprinkle of grated nutmeg or cinnamon


Mix all ingredients together and bring to a boil. Reduce heat to a low simmer and keep on your stovetop as long as desired. 




One batch of stove top potpourri will stay good for weeks {the mix will turn brown, but it will still smell delicious}. Just add water as needed to your pot and don't be afraid to experiment! Throw in berries, grapefruit, lemons or all spice berries. Adding a few sprigs of fresh balsam or pine is a great additive as well. 



Enjoy! 
Courtney @ Shiraz In My Sippy Cup
Courtney @ Shiraz In My Sippy Cup

Courtney is a published author, mom, taco enthusiast, and a Star Wars and Tennessee Volunteers fanatic. She's never met a piece of sushi she didn’t like and enjoys an amazing glass of wine and a great cut of meat. You can read more of her wine-induced, sleep-deprived adventures on The Huffington Post and Scary Mommy.

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