Want your house to smell like Christmas? This easy stovetop potpourri recipe will make your house smell like Christmas!
You want to search your Kitchen for these ingredients right now. It’s that good.
You want to search your Kitchen for these ingredients right now.
It’s that good.
Yes, it will make your house smell like Christmas.
No, you don’t only have to use this recipe around the Holidays.
Have guests come to your house in March? Selling your home but want to make it feel warm and cozy?
Whip this up and they will be so cozy in your home they will never want to leave.
I’ve been using versions of this recipe for YEARS.
People walk in the down and they start “MMMmmmm”-ing and “What’s that delightful smell?” and “It smells like Christmas!”
It’s SO EASY!!
Make Your House Smell Like Christmas
To Make Your House Smell Like Christmas, You Need:
You can also add– ground nutmeg, star anise, sliced lemons
Stovetop Potpourri To Make Your House Smell Like Christmas
This is my favorite simmering potpourri recipe! It’s so easy.
Just throw all the ingredients in the pot!
I usually fill the pot halfway with water. I don’t measure this recipe. Sorry. I know. I know. Some of you are giving me the stink eye. It will smell amazing regardless. Promise!
Simmer on the stove.
I usually start it on medium and turn it down once it starts to boil.
You could also (this is an affiliate link) consider purchasing a small crockpot to simmer this yummy-smelling deliciousness.
DO NOT FORGET TO ADD WATER THROUGHOUT THE DAY.
It does smell amazing simmering on the stove.
It does not smell amazing BURNING on your stove.
I hope you love this simmering potpourri recipe as much as we do!
Can I Drink This?
It’s basically apple cider without the cider, so while you can, I never have. If you try it, let me know!
How long can I simmer potpourri?
Your simmering stovetop potpourri should last 24 hours on the stovetop. If you use peels and spices, it can last up to four days though.