Archive for the 'Essential Oil Cooking' Category

What is Thanksgiving without the pumpkin pie?! How about a recipe that uses natural ingredients and no sugar? One that even the diabetics who come to your dinner table can have because the sweetener is Blue agave which has a low glycemic index. First the crust:  1 1/4 c. whole wheat flour 3/4 c. rolled […]

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Ah, the cranberry relish–an absolute necessity for the Thanksgiving turkey dinner. Essential oils which are nature’s concentrated flavors can greatly enhance the taste of cranberries which tend to be on the tart side. In this recipe, let’s not use sugar but rather–Blue Agave which comes from the agave plant in Mexico. It is a natural […]

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This week’s blog posts will be on using essential oils for cooking thanksgiving dinner. The sweet pototoes are my favorite side dish. Instead of using frozen or canned sweet pototoes (bhah!) try baking some yams and use essential oils which are nature’s concentrated flavors for taste. Some might ask if these oils are edible? Absolutely and […]

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