An interior designer shared a simple tip for making your home smell fresh after the first day of fall.
You probably have all the ingredients for the easy hack in your kitchen.
The designer said to start with a slow cooker.
Then take an orange and an apple and cut them into thin slices.
The next step is to pour five cups of water into the pot and add the fruit slices.
Once in, the interior designer said to add two cinnamon sticks, two whole cloves, two star anise, and three allspice berries.
Liz instructed viewers to cover the pot with a lid and bring the mixture to a boil.
Your final step is to bring the pot to a boil and uncover it — and the fall scent will linger in your home for hours, she said.
Some people in the comments section said another name for Liz’s stovetop potpourri is “Simmer Pot”.
“This, my friends, is a cooking pot… and its ingredients bring luck and prosperity. Welcome to the craft,” one person wrote.
Another person wrote a tip that might make the mix drinkable.
“Swap the water for apple juice/cider and after a few hours of making your house smell nice, you can drink it,” the follower shared.
A viewer asked if it was possible to eliminate cinnamon from the recipe.
Liz said yes and, “Vanilla would be a great substitute.”
Someone else suggested replacing wine with water to make mulled wine.
“I love that! Currently pregnant but will definitely give it a try in the fall,” the interior designer wrote back.