HOLIDAY STOVETOP POTPOURRI RECIPE
▢1 orange ▢2 tablespoon confectioners coarse sugar optional ▢½ cup fresh cranberries ▢2 whole nutmegs ▢2 cinnamon sticks ▢4 bay leaves ▢2 rosemary sprigs ▢1 teaspoon whole cloves ▢4 cups of water
Cut your oranges into thin slices. I like to remove the ends of the orange and discard them. If you have a mandolin this is a great way to get even, beautiful slice. Alternately, you can use a serrated knife to cut your orange into slices.
Place orange slices on a baking sheet that has been lined with parchment paper. Sprinkle with corse confectioners sugar. Place toward the bottom of the top of your oven and bake at 200 degrees F for 2-3 hours until slightly translucent and dry. Use in your potpourri or as decor.
How To Make Holiday Stovetop Potpourri Using a pint sized mason jar or a cellophane bag, add cranberries.
Add in dried or fresh oranges. Toss in cinnamon sticks. Add bay leaves, fresh rosemary, whole nutmeg and then sprinkle in whole cloves.
Either seal your mason jar and gift your potpourri or transfer it to a saucepan and add 4 cups of water. Simmer on the stovetop for a beautiful fragrance. Continue adding water throughout the day.