This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks/Febreze.
It’s hard to believe that the year is nearly over. This year has gone by so fast, and Christmas will be here before you know it!
There are so many wonderful things that come with the holidays – cooler weather, hot cocoa, snow (but not too much!), snuggling under a blanket on the couch while watching holiday movies from my childhood with my own children, and all the amazing holiday scents like yummy baked goodies fresh out the oven.
Though it isn’t quite that time yet, the new Febreze Holiday Collection has my home holiday-ready.
There is no better way to welcome the holidays than with the scents of Frosted Pine, Apple Tart, Toasted Almond, Vanilla Latte, and Sugared Cranberry.
Those last three scents I mentioned were included in Febreze’s Fall Collection as well. I was really happy to see them carried over to the Holiday Collection! I was also thrilled when I went to Walmart and found the Sugared Cranberry scent available in wax melts. Yay!
The two newer scents, Frosted Pine and Apple Tart, are just heavenly. I have the Noticeables for both scents that came in the kit and loved them so much that I went out and bought two of each in the spray. Can you tell I reeeeaaaalllly love Febreze?
Frosted Pine is currently filling my basement with the scent of fresh cut Christmas trees, at least that’s what it reminds me of. It’s great!
As far as the Apple Tart, I’ve always loved apple scented air fresheners, so I pretty much already knew I would enjoy this one. It did not disappoint, I absolutely loved it! Plus, just like in the previous kit, this one had it’s own scentspiration box which included a recipe to make Mini Apple Tarts which were inspired by the scent. You know I had to give that one a try!
Mini Apple Tarts Recipe
|Mini Apple Tarts|| || |
- ½ cup of water
- 14 cup of sugar
- ½ tsp cinnamon
- ½ tsp vanilla
- 2 tbsp flour
- 4 apples diced
- 16 wonton wrappers
- Preheat the oven to 375 degrees. Whisk the water, sugar, cinnamon, vanilla, and flour in a pot over medium heat. Add the apples and stir until the liquid starts to boil and thicken.
- Set the heat to low and cook, covered, for 12 to 15 minutes until the apples soften.
- Press the wonton wrappers into a greased mini-muffin pan. You can sprinkle with cinnamon sugar if you like sweeter tarts.
- Scoop the apple mixture into the wontons and bake for about 10 minutes. Enjoy!
They turned out absolutely delicious. After they cooled off enough, I tried
Oh, and before you go, here’s another good one – check out this amazing Iced Coffee Float Recipe inspired by the Vanilla Latte scent.