Meal Plan #91 & Fall Scent Hacks
Happy meal planning Monday! Enjoy this week’s healthy recipes and 4 easy fall scent hacks to make your home smell amazing!
What does fall smell like to you? Maybe cinnamon, apple butter, pumpkin pie, bonfires, or crunchy leaves. Or all of the above! Bring the cozy into your home with these fall scent hacks that can be created naturally and easily to enjoy this season.
Make a simmer pot on the stove
A stove-top simmer pot is one of my favorite ways to fill the home with a yummy fall scent. It’s completely customizable and can be thrown together in minutes. Take 2 quarts of water and a handful of fruit and spices, and simmer on low for several hours. You may need to add water about every 30 minutes. My favorite combination includes apple peels, orange rinds, cinnamon sticks, and cloves.
Bake a fall treat
Nothing makes the home smell better than a freshly baked dessert in the oven. Your home smells amazing and you have something delicious to enjoy – it’s a win-win! Make a batch of pumpkin creme pies or pumpkin cake with cream cheese filling.
Make some DIY cinnamon pinecones
Grab some pinecones from your backyard or local park to make these easy cinnamon-scented decor pieces. First, bake them in the oven at 200F for 45 minutes to disinfect and dry them out. Then spray them with a combination of water and cinnamon essential oil. Place them around your home in a bowl, glass vase, or strung on a garland.
Place a reed diffuser in your home
An easy set-it-and-forget-it way to enjoy the smell of fall is with a reed diffuser. They are easy to make, smell wonderful, and double as decor. For a citrusy seasonal blend, try combining cinnamon, clove, and orange oils.
Now onto this week’s meal plan. In case you missed any posts last week you can read them here!
In case you missed any posts last week you can read them here!
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- Blog Hop #160 – Gluten-Free Peach Dump Cake
- How To Save Money & Relieve Financial Stress
- Meal Plan #114
- Chocolate Banana Muffins
- Busy blessings and pausing for pleasure.
Healthy Weekly Meal Plan #91
MY COOKING PHILOSOPHY IS TO KEEP IT “HEALTHY AND EASY.”
RECIPES AT HAMMERS N HUGS WILL INCLUDE ALL-NATURAL INGREDIENTS THAT CAN OFTEN BE FROZEN AND HAVE BEEN TESTED AND APPROVED BY FRIENDS AND FAMILY!
Click HERE to download a macro-friendly healthy weekly meal plan to your phone/desktop with linked recipe instructions and a digital grocery list to make your life easier!
Watch the video below to see how to use my digital meal plan and grocery list.
All of these recipes include macros per serving and can be added to My Fitness Pal by typing “fat macro” etc in the ingredient search tool.
This low carb skillet ham and cauliflower stir fry recipe is an easy dinner that can be made in 20 minutes and is dairy/gluten free.
Enjoy a flavorful beef sauce on sauteed zucchini noodles for an easy low carb, gluten free, dairy free dish the whole family can enjoy!
Sweet and salty this slow cooker honey garlic meatballs recipe is the perfect go-to for a large crowd and always comes out as the favorite!
This baked oatmeal with blueberries recipe is a deliciously quick prep perfect for a last-minute breakfast or frozen for later.
The fresh flavor of pesto with a creamy tuna mix make these cheddar tuna melts a deliciously easy one-dish dinner every time.
Here is to a great week friends!