Preheat oven to 375℉ and line a rimmed baking sheet with a piece of parchment paper. In a large mixing bowl, combine the flour, sugar, baking powder, and salt. Cut in the butter using a pastry blender or 2 knives. Toss in blueberries. Measure the milk then drop in the two drops Cardamom and 2 drops Ginger. Pour the milk into the batter and stir gently to combine. Divide the dough in half and form two large balls. Form them into 6-inch circles and cut each circle into 6 triangles (scone shapes). Place scones onto the baking sheet and sprinkle sugar onto each scone. Bake for 25-30 minutes or until golden brown.
Wassail is a fragrant and delicious spiced cider. A handful of doTERRA citrus and spice oils deliver the flavor to this yummy hot drink. It is simple to make and will fill your home with the smell of the holidays!
1 quart cranberry juice
1/2 quart apple juice
1/2 quart orange juice
2 drops Cinnamon Bark oil
2 drops Lemon oil
2 drops Wild Orange oil
1 drop Clove oil
2 teaspoons ground nutmeg
1 orange, thinly sliced
1 lemon, thinly sliced
½ cup honey, plus more to taste
8 cinnamon sticks, for garnish
1 cup fresh cranberries, for garnish
No matter the season, it is important to have a go-to recipe for refreshing lemonade in your arsenal. This spearmint lemonade provides a new twist on an old favorite, and is even more refreshing than regular lemonade.
1 ½ cup granulated sugar
10 lemons, juiced
8 cups water
2 drops Spearmint oil
Click HERE for the original recipe from doTERRA.
Take yourself to an oasis of flavors with this sweet, yet tart, tangerine punch. It’s so delightful, you might find yourself on a beach in paradise.
1 quart lemonade
3 drops Tangerine oil
1 cup orange juice
2 cups tropical frozen fruit
Click HERE for the original recipe.
Looking for a simple meal to make with your kids? Try this fun recipe with basil and oregano essential oils! Follow the link for the full recipe!
Ice cubes are a rather unappreciated bit of history. In the early nineteenth century before there were even ice trays, wealthy people had to purchase ice as a luxury from New England frozen lakes. Frederic Tudor, also known as “The Ice King”, began harvesting ice in 1806. He then popularized ice in the tropics and eventually all over the nation. He advertised ice as a way to keep not only food and medicines cold, but also beverages. This was the start of America’s love of ice, and over time, technology improved until the modern freezer came about, and with it the possibility of making your own ice (not to mention ice-cream).
With this history in mind, change up the flavor and add a pop of color to your next chilly beverage with these fruity essential oil ice cubes.
From the below list of ingredients, select the fruits and essential oils that appeal to you most. Think of which beverage you will be using these ice cubes in, and it will help direct the flavors you choose.
Your choice of the following fruits:
1 package raspberries
1 package basil leaves
1 package mint leaves
1 package strawberries
1 small watermelon
Your choice of the following essential oils:
Wild Orange oil
Healthy Cooking with Essential Oil
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