Looking for a wholesome Christmas simmer pot recipe? You see, it's that time of the year when we eagerly anticipate our homes smelling like winter scents, cinnamon, citrus, cranberry, and everything nice. Let's be honest, is there really a better time of the year than Christmas? And what's a better way of infusing these well-cherished holiday scents than via a Christmas simmer pot? That's absolutely right! Nothing really Decks the Halls in preparation for New Year's and Christmas festivities than the odor emanating from a yule simmer pot in preparation. Speaking of which, this simmer pot is an excellent addition to conventional Christmas-themed beverages such as the Tom and Jerry drink or even the proverbial eggnog recipe without alcohol. Besides, it is an indisputable gift for healthy eaters now that we are approaching that time of the year when we usually jot down our New Year's resolutions, chief among them eating healthier and better.
A Closer Look at the Ingredients
The best thing about a holiday simmer pot is its unrivaled flexibility. Almost literally anything can find its way to the yule simmer pot ingredients list. Have some leftover apples from a morning salad recipe? No, problem! Just dice them up, throw them in, sit back and enjoy. Got some stray pine needles that are getting in your way? Rack up those bad boys and have a party! And the best part of it is that you can always add a few drops of Wellabs Vitamin D3 per serving to supplement its overall nutritional value.
That aside, here's why we think this Christmas and new year simmer pot is the best thing that you could do with this festive season.
- Inexpensive and simple: This is one of the most affordable and practical Christmas simmer pot recipes that can come especially handy if you are working with a shoestring budget. Unlike other yule simmer pot recipes, we have tweaked it a bit to trim down to list of ingredients to narrow down to those that are easily available.
- The smell of Christmas: Are you having guests over for Christmas and wondering what you can place on the stove to make your home smell like the festivities are just around the corner? Wonder no more! This easy DIY yule simmer pot recipe is exactly what you need to make this a reality.
As observed earlier, this simmer pot Christmas employs easily available, nutritious, and interesting ingredients. What's more, the final product makes for excellent drink pairings, anything from mulled wine, beer, and coquito to champagne pomegranate cocktails. Talking of ingredients, one of the special additives here is the Christmas tree branch which can be substituted with a couple of sprigs or twigs of rosemary to give your simmer pot that quintessential Christmas vibe that we are all accustomed to.
That being said, the inclusion of Wellabs Vitamin D3 drops in each serving ensures a nutritional balance, as this recipe is mostly associated with festivities, merriment, and high spirits. Don’t also forget that this is also a supplement that can also double up as a thoughtful gift for a nutritionist or fitness enthusiast. And being a sunshine nutrient, as it is fondly known in nutritional circles, it is associated with the following;
Strong bones and well-developed muscles
- Better immunity
- Improved mood
- Reduced cellular inflammation
- Improved heart function
Get ready for the holidays with this delicious and easy-to-make Christmas Simmer Pot recipe. This festive simmer pot is filled with warm, spicy aromas and tasty seasonal ingredients like cinnamon, cloves, orange, and cranberries. It's the perfect addition to any holiday gathering and will make your home smell amazing. Watch the video to see how to make this delicious simmer pot and get ready to enjoy the flavors of the season. Happy holidays!
1/2 glass of frozen cranberry
3 cinnamon sticks
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 pinch of cloves
Fresh branch of a Christmas tree
1 anise star
3-4 glasses of water
2 droppers of Wellabs Vitamin D3 per cup
1 tbsp of honey per cup (Optional)
Peel the orange
Gather your ingredients in one medium-sized saucepan
Add 3-5 glasses of water or just enough to cover the ingredients
Set your stove top or cooker to simmer slowly over low heat
You should have started to notice a scent after about 15 minutes of turning on the source of heat
Filter the potpourri to a decanter and serve using teacups or juice glasses
Add 2 tablespoons of honey per cup to taste
Add 2 droppers of Wellabs Vitamin D3 to each serving
Be sure to top up the water and leave the pot simmering over low heat for that heavenly scent
Rinse and repeat the process
Here is the thing about this yule simmer pot recipe; you don't necessarily have to use fresh ingredients every time you need to deodorize your home with the delicious scent of cranberries, oranges, and vanilla. Actually, you can reuse the ingredients for 2 or 3 days since the smell sticks around for quite a bit; the only thing you need to do is replace the water you have filtered out or evaporated, and voila!
Remember that this holiday simmer pot does not always necessarily have to be taken - it's still great when you want to add warmth and a citrusy scent to your house on those winter blustery nights when you have guests over.
Calories 108, Protein 0.007 grams, Carbs 16 grams, Sugar 16 grams, Fiber 10 grams, Fat 0.877 grams