Mother of three, building a career and being a caregiver to my disabled husband after a horrible tragedy. Balancing life and the journey of trauma, hardship, love and faith, family connection and healing physically and mentally. Join Weekly Essential face book page or feel free to email me if you would like to know more if you are looking for support and a lifestyle change. Learn how to love yourself and life again please book an appointment with me or email me at kollette@weeklyessential.com. Facetime and Zoom appointments available as well. The doTERRA lifestyle and Essential oils changed my life and my families.


Wednesday, November 29, 2017

DIY Salt and Sugar Scrub Recipes

Sugar and Salt Scrub Recipes 
remember to follow with Body Butter or Lotion

Making DIY scrubs are so fun and easy. There are tons of recipes out there to enjoy. Here are a few of my favorites to share with you. At the end of the post there are references where to get supplies to make your own scrubs. My daughter really enjoys making scrubs with me and we have had make and take gift parties that are a lot of fun to do, some even ate the scrub as they were making it.  It is also a great way to share your favorite essential oils with others. When you give the gift of a scrub, it is made with love and the person receiving is going to love it. 

Pinky Simple Salt Scrub

What you need
4 oz container
Fine Himalayan Salt
4-8 drops Lavender Essential oil
Almond Oil or Carrier oil of choice

What to do
Fill with fine Himalayan Salt leaving 1-2 inches at top
Then fill with Almond Oil
Add Essential Oil of choice
Mix with knife carefully
Apply scrub, then rinse with warm water

I use this salt scrub year around on my whole body after I shower. I just love it, especially in the winter when my skin is so dry. Then I don't have to put lotion on when I get out.

doTERRA Body Scrub

And for the times when you don't have time to make your own scrub, you can always have the body scrub on hand. I love this scrub. I love making my own scrubs, but this one is a good one. It is a sugar scrub and it smells wonderful. It has Wild Orange, Grapefruit and Ginger Essential Oils. 

Festive Sugar Scrub

What you need
¾ cup white sugar 
4 drops Cassia oil
4 drops Clove oil
2–4 drops Ginger oil
Tip: You can use brown sugar or sea salt in place of white sugar and almond oil, grapeseed oil, or olive oil in place of Fractionated Coconut Oil.
What to do
  1. Combine sugar and Fractionated Coconut Oil in bowl.
  2. Add essential oils.
  3. Stir until the mixture is the consistency of a slushy. You may need to add more sugar or Fractionated Coconut Oil for desired consistency.
  4. For separate colors, divide scrub into bowls separate bowls and add color then carefully pour each layer.
Coconut Salt Scrub

What you need
1 cup organic virgin coconut oil
1 cup Pink Himalayan (or Epsom) salt
¼ cup Fractionated Coconut Oil
15 drops favorite essential oil

What to do
  1. Melt coconut oil in microwave or over double boiler
  2. Once melted, remove from heat
  3. Add Fractionated Coconut Oil and Pink Himalayan Salt to melted coconut oil
  4. Stir until combined
  5. Add essential oil
  6. Let sit until coconut oil solidifies, stirring every 10 minutes
    Tip: Put in refrigerator to speed up the cooling process.
  7. Stir until well combined and store in an airtight container
  8. To use, rub on skin and rinse with warm water
Candy Cane Sugar Scrub
This is a fun one

What you need
¾ cup white sugar
12 drops Peppermint oil 
Skin safe food coloring
Tip: In place of white sugar, you could use sea salt. In place of Fractionated Coconut Oil you could use almond oil, grapeseed oil, or olive oil. 
What to do
  1. Combine sugar and Fractionated Coconut Oil in bowl. 
  2. Divide mixture equally into two bowls. 
  3. In one bowl, add red skin safe food coloring. 
  4. Layer red and white scrub to create a ‘candy cane’ effect. 

And remember to rinse your feet and then dry and apply body butter or lotion of choice. 

You can get supplies at AromaTools, Soap Goods or Amazon. You can get essential oils with the shop tab at top of page or clicking here. I get my Himalayan Salt from San Francisco Salt Company and I get the extra fine. Sugar and Salt Scrubs make great gifts. They do not ship well unless you pack it really well and have a super tight lid. Have fun and enjoy!

References doTERRA.com 
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not
intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Essential Oils of the Bible

As we approach the holiday season I love sharing essential oils of the Bible. Did you know that essential oils are mentioned more than 600 times in the Bible? In Latin doTERRA means Gift of the Earth and Nature sure did provide us with a wonderful gift. Everything we need is here for us on earth. 

Essential Oils
Let's take a minutes and review or educated you on what essential oils are.
* Essential Oils are natural aromatic compounds found in the seeds, bark, stems, roots, flowers and other parts of plants or trees.
* They are 50-70 times more potent than herbs.
* Essential oils have been used throughout history in many cultures.
To view a video on what doTERRA is and why doTERRA essential oils, click here

Essential Oils in History
Egyptians used essential oils for healing, religious ceremonies, beauty treatments and in food.
* Frankincense and myrrh were gifts of the wise men and were considered very valuable for their healing properties.
* Frankincense, sandalwood, myrrh and cinnamon were considered very valuable cargo along caravan trade routes and were often valued more than Gold.

Essential Oils in the Bible
Essential oils are referenced in 36 out of 39 books of the Old Testament and 10 of the 27 books of the New Testament. Mentioned in Proverbs 21:20 "There are treasure to be desired and oil in the dwelling of the wise", and in Revelation 22:2 "and the leaves of the tree were for the healing of the nations" and in Mark 6:13 "anointed with oil many that were sick, and healed them"

Why doTERRA Essential Oils?

Why am I sharing this information with you, well when it comes to the gifts of the earth, I want to make sure you are educated and truly use the best gifts of the earth out there. I love knowing that the essential oils I use come from a trusted source.

Essential Oils of the Bible
Frankincense - When in doubt use Frankincense. 
The King of Oils and the oil of truth. It invites individuals to let go of lower vibrations and negativity. This oil helps create new perspectives based on light and truth. Frankincense has positive properties such as enlightened, loved protected, wisdom, discerning, spiritually open, connected to father.  It helps to uplift mood and brings feelings of relaxation. It may help smooth the appearance of healthy-looking skin*, and is useful in combination with massage after exercise.

Myrrh - The Oil of Mother Earth

Positive properties, Myrrh supports feelings of being safe in the world, healthy attachments, trusting, bonding, maternal connection, nurtured, loved, secure, grounded. Myrrh oil nurtures the soul's relationship with its maternal mother and with the earth. Open a bottle and smell and apply 1-3 drops over your heart chest, around navel or on bottom of your feet. 

Lavender - The oil of Communication & Calm
Lavender aids in verbal expression and calming the mind. It addresses a deep fear of being seen and heard. Individuals in need of Lavender hide within, blocking their true self-expression.  Lavenders positive properties are; open communication, calm, expressive, emotional honesty, self-aware and peace of mind. Lavender is known as the Swiss Army Knife of Essential Oils.

Spikenard - The Oil of Gratitude

Encourages true appreciation for life. It encourages the soul to surrender and accept life exactly as it is. Spikenards popular properties are grateful, acceptance, content and peaceful.

Cypress - The oil of Motion and Flow

This powerful oil creates energetic flow and emotional catharsis. Cypress works in the heart and mind, creating flexibility. It teaches the soul how to let go of the past by moving with the flow of life. If you are stuck, this is the oil for you. Cypress shows how to have perfect trust in the flow of life. 
Positive properties, flexible, trusting, flowing with life, adaptable.

Cedarwood - The oil of Community

This oil brings people together to experience the strength and value of community. Cedarwood assists to those who struggle to form bonds within social groups. Cedarwood supports individuals in seeing that they are not alone. It invites individuals to both give and receive, so they may experience the strength of groups and the joy of relationships.  Positive properties of cedarwood are emotionally connected, belonging, supported, social bonds, sociable, and community oriented. 

I love history and I loved learning about the history of essential oils in biblical times. When I first learned that they were in the bible years ago, that really interested me. I love to learn and essential oils were new to me, I started using them in 2009. I love the learning journey I am on and I love sharing what I learn with all of you. Thank you and enjoy the Holiday Season. 

References; Essential Oils of the Bible tear pad, doterra.com and Emotions & Essential Oils

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not
intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Monday, November 27, 2017

Happy Tummy, Happy You, Happy Holidays!

Turkey Day has come and gone as the holiday season has begun. We all love to eat all the wonderful and amazing food that has been made with pure love. We remember all the wonderful holidays in the past as we begin the seven sacred weeks of the Holiday Season.

It is a time for Holiday Joy and Peace, time to forgive, love, give and receive. I love the holidays as we come to the end of the year, reviewing all the lessons learned, the new friendships and relationships, how much our children have grown and all the wonderful people and gifts that have happened throughout the year. It is also a time to let go and release what no longer serves us and prepare for the new year. Without the holiday season, would any of that get done? What would it look like without the holiday's? I know I would be sad and lost.

The holiday season is a time to clear our hearts, emotional clutter, and remember our spirituality. A time to reconnect with ourselves. Did you know that 90% of the body's serotonin and other feel good chemicals are produced in the gut? Happy gut, heart and mind equals connection and wellness. My intention this holiday season is for people to feel good and enjoy this special time. In today's world, it has become a stressful time of year for so many people, when it is supposed to be the most joyful time of the year. I encourage you all to set your own intention to have a joyous holiday season.  You deserve to feel good. Watch what you eat, it can effect your mood. Limit the sweets and treats, ask yourself, how does this serve me? If you do indulge, pay attention to how food makes you feel and watch how it affects your loved ones as well. Eat as healthy as possible and enjoy treats in moderation. We all fall into past belief patterns. I love this formula and have to share E+R=O you have an Event, how you React determines your Outcome. Don't let those past beliefs that are not true surface.

There are many tools that can help support you through this time and anytime of the year when you are not feeling well. Essential oils, meditation and exercise are key and just a few of the tools. Find what works best for your and when your gut is feeling good, it can help you follow your intuition, so that you feel good this holiday season.

Here are some tips and recipes to support you through the holidays.

Smell is one of the fastest ways to effect mood, have your diffuser ready and going everyday with the Holiday Joy or Peace Blends, Siberian Fir is great and smells like a Christmas Tree, it helps with family emotions. If you have family that brings drama to the holiday's, make sure you are diffusing Siberian Fir.

Other Suggestions for the Holidays - Cinnamon, Wild Orange, The Protective Blend, The Grounding Blend, The joyful Blend, The invigorating blend, Spearmint, Peppermint, Lavender, and the Calming Blend. Those are just a few of my favorites. I have been really enjoying the new Holiday Peace blend.

Support Your Tummy
Digestive Support is not only important for the holidays but everyday. doTERRA has a whole line of digestive products you can learn more here . From Essential oils, to pro-biotics, to GI Cleanse, Full organ cleanse, Enzyme supplement, soft gels and beadlets. You will have all the support your tummy needs with these products. Purchase here. Having a healthy gut, will keep your heart and mind healthy.

Exercise & Meditation
There is nothing better to clear your mind than exercise. Get up and move, get outside and get some fresh air. At least go for a 10 minute walk. Find some kind of exercise that you love. Find a friend to go with. Enjoy and make it fun. So many people buy a gym membership and never go, if this sound familiar, find a friend to go with and know you are not alone. I love to swim 3-4 times a week. I have days I go alone, one with my husband, one with a friend, and a lady's swim class. I also love to hike and walk. I usually hike with the family and I have some lady friends I walk with weekly. Every Saturday I have a date with my neighbor and we get up when the sun is rising and go for a hike. The Encouraging blend from doTERRA is a wonderful tool to help you get up and get moving. Exercise can do wonders for your emotions and your body. If you are feeling down this holiday season or anytime of the year, get up and get moving.

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Meditating is another wonderful tool to add to your daily routine. I learned from a wonderful Gratitude series I did about the first 10 minutes of the day, it your sacred 10. Take 10 minutes to yourself, meditate, do yoga, stretch, just sit and enjoy a warm cup of coffee or tea. Be still and quiet, no electronics, just 10 minutes a day to yourself. I have also read a book The Miracle Morning and it suggests an hour. Whatever you need, you deserve it. I get up extra early in the morning to have time to myself, meditate and get ready for the day. I feel so amazing and happy to do what I need to do, I feel good and then the rest of the day follows. I use Frankincense and Sandalwood to meditate. Those are my favorites.

My intention is that everyone enjoys this holiday season and remember to have peace and joy! Get your to do list done as soon as possible. Enjoy the holiday, you deserve it and remember everyone else does too,  make it memorable. Everyone has their hardships and things going on in their lives, someone always has it worse than you do. Be kind. I love this quote.

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We just went to the movie's and saw Wonder, it was wonderful and a good reminder for everyone to be kind. Thank you for letting me share and please enjoy the holiday season.

Here is a recipe for Over-Indulgence Tea
When you have that miserable feeling of overeating, try this tea to help relieve the bloating, groggy feeling.
What you need
10 drops of Wild Orange
2 drops Peppermint
5 drops Lemon
2 drops Ginger
3 drops Coriander

What to do
In a small bottle add all essential oils together. Keep the rest to get you through the holidays. In a tea cup add 1 cup hot water, to 1 tablespoon honey, stir and then add 2 drops of the essential oil mixture. mix well and sip until your tummy settles.

 Take care of yourself, mind, heart and your gut and feel good this holiday season.
References Tea recipe from Essential life and wellness connection from doTERRA.com
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not

intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Holiday Diffuser Blends

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One of the first things I do when I get up is start the diffuser in the kitchen, then the one in the living room. I keep the one going in the living room all day long. My husband fills and gets the kids diffusers ready during the day and I start them at bed time. We are huge diffuser fans and it is so much fun to find new blends and even create some of our own. I love the new doTERRA diffuser that runs for 10 hours. The kids all have a Petal Diffuser which is great, they have lasted the longest and I have tried all kinds of diffusers. Hands down, doTERRA's are the best. Worth the investment.

Even though we love to make our own blends, and I love sharing with you blend recipes that I find. I came accross a whole bunch of Holiday Blends.  doTERRA has two amazing Holiday Blends, Holiday Joy and Holiday Peace. Check out the shop tab to learn more about those blends. Now lets celebrate this magical time of year with these Holiday Blends.

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Candy Cane Forest
- 3 drops Holiday Joy Blend or Wild Orange
- 2 drops Wintergreen
- 2 drops Peppermint

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- 2 drops Wild Orange
- 2 drops Cinnamon
- 1 drop Arborvitae
- 1 drop Clove

Long Winter’s Sleep
- 1 drop Cassia
- 2 drops Cedarwood
- 2 drops Wild Orange

Bye, Bye Winter Blues
-3 drops Citrus Bliss
-2 drops Juniper Berry
-2 drops Frankincense

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Spiced Apple Cider
- 3 drops Wild Orange
- 2 drops Cinnamon
- 2 drops Ginger

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Warm and Cozy
-2 drops Cinnamon
-2 drops Wild Orange
-2 drops Clove
-1 drop Nutmeg

Fresh Snow
-3 drops Siberian Fir
-2 drops Cardamom
-1 drop Clove

Candy Cane
-4 drops Peppermint
-3 drops Bergamot
-4 drops Siberian Fir
-3 drops Peppermint
-3 drops wild orange

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Gingerbread House 
- 3 drops Ginger
- 2 drops Cinnamon
- 2 drops Clove

Warm Wishes
- 2 drops Douglas Fir
- 2 drops Cassia
- 2 drops Wild Orange
- 1 drop Clove

Please share your favorite blends below! 

Enjoy the Holidays and have fun with these amazing smelling blends. 
Recipes from Synduit and doTERRA, Photos Weekly Essential and Google
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not
intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Sunday, November 19, 2017

Essential Cooking and Recipes

One of the greatest benefits of essential oils is their wide variety of uses. With so many different oils that each hold unique benefits and advantages, you can incorporate essential oils into nearly every area of your daily routine and lifestyle. Essential oils can help with things like relaxation and sleep, beautifying the skin and hair, creating a soothing massage, repelling insects naturally, cleansing surfaces around the home—and so on. Because cooking, eating, and drinking are such a natural part of our everyday lives, it is no surprise that essential oils are also useful in the kitchen.

Why Essential Oils in the Kitchen?
* They add Flavor
* Internal Benefits
* Safe Natural Ingredients
* Convenience
Make sure you are using doTERRA essential oils only for cooking. Read labels and make sure you can consume internally.

Convert, Dilute, Delay
One of the many reasons why people incorporate essential oils into their recipes is because of the simplicity of adding 1-2 drops of a specific oil versus spending time chopping and slicing. But it is also extremely important to use essential oils the right way so that you can experience the health benefits while also avoiding overpowering your meals with flavors that are too intense.

Remember these THREE words and you will be all set!

CONVERT - Remember that the essential oil is a concentrated portion of its original source. A good rule of thumb is to use one drop of oil to replace a teaspoon of a specific ingredient in your recipe.

DILUTE - Another thing to remember when cooking with essential oils is that they should still be diluted into a lipid first. This not only keeps us safe, but it helps to ensure the oil (and flavor) gets dispersed throughout the whole dish. For savory recipes, dilute into a bit of olive or coconut oil. Stir, then add to the recipe. For sweet recipes, honey or syrup works well.

DELAY - For hot recipes, wait until the end of the process before adding the essential oil. These are called “volatile oils” for a reason – they are relatively fragile and will dissipate quickly in high heat!

For more cooking tips, download the Cooking with essential oils ebook here. Also on side bar of this blog. 
Here is a link to Essential Thanksgiving recipes from a recent blog post, just in time for the holidays. Enjoy Essential Thanksgiving Recipes 2017

My Top Ten Essential Oils for Cooking
Here are my top ten cooking oils:

1 - Lavender: Since this oil is considered one of the most gentle to use, I recommend including lavender if your desired flavor is delicate and floral.

2 - Peppermint: This is one of the most popular oils to cook with because of its cool and refreshing flavor. Peppermint is linked to increased level of energy so if you add a drop to your next brownie batch you might have an extra pep in your step.

3 - All Citrus Oils: Whether you use Lime, Lemon, Grapefruit, or even Tangerine oil, you will enjoy these oils in a variety of recipes (especially smoothies).

4 - Bergamot: Although this oil has a citrusy flavor, I want to highlight it separately. Try bergamot in scone recipes and treats to take advantage of its excellent pairing with mild flavors.

5 - Cinnamon Bark: Cinnamon essential oil works very well in sweet dishes to replace powdered cinnamon bark. Think cinnamon French toast, or an extra cinnamon boost in cinnamon rolls. But it is EXTREMELY important to dilute properly to protect sensitive membranes, and to only use a drop or two for a recipe.

6 - Cardamom: Use cardamom and cinnamon bark as part of a chai flavor blend or in any spice-flavored dessert or treat. You can also use this oil if your desire is to add a warm flavor touch to meat dishes and main courses.

7 - Ginger: Add ginger to sweet treats like ginger snaps, gingerbread, and spiced drinks. You can also try it in sauces for savory dishes like stir fries and marinades.

8 - Thyme: As a savory flavor, add thyme to main course dishes, especially when meat is involved. The herbaceous flavor blends well into soups, stews, and baked goods as well.

9 - Fennel: I am going to warn you that this oil should NOT be used daily or in excess so it really should NOT be for the beginner cook, but once you feel ready to add a drop of this oil to your dish you can get really creative. Some ideas include savory marinades, soups, sausages, and various ethnic recipes.

10 - Cilantro: Use cilantro essential oil where you would use cilantro such as in salsas, dips, and savory cuisine.

Feel free to share any oils you have experienced with in the past!
Up next - some of my FAVORITE recipes from the dōTERRA® blog: Recipes here

I am posting my top three favorites and links for the rest of the recipes from the class. I thought it would be helpful to have them all in one place and easy to reference. 

Cumin Rainbow Salsa
Don’t let this dish fool you - it’s beauty not only lies in it’s colors but also it’s taste and health benefits as well! Everyone loves this recipe it is so easy and good.

What you need
3 roma tomatoes, diced
1 jalapeno pepper, seeded and diced
1 red bell pepper, cored and diced
1 orange bell pepper, cored and diced
1 yellow bell pepper, cored and diced
1 can black beans, drained and rinsed
2 fresh corn cobs, cut corn off of cob
1 cup chopped fresh cilantro
2/3 cup chopped red onion
2 tablespoons freshly squeezed lime juice
½ teaspoon garlic powder
1 drop of Cumin essential oil
2 teaspoons salt
tortilla chips

What to do
Combine the tomatoes, jalapeno, bell peppers, black beans, corn, cilantro, and red onion in a large bowl.
In a separate bowl whisk together lime juice, garlic powder, Cumin essential oil, and salt until combined. Pour the juice over the salsa and toss until well combined.
Serve immediately, or cover and refrigerate.

Dark Chocolate Ginger Waffle 
A recipe is truly worth sharing when it pleases not only the adults, but the kids as well!

What you need
1 cups cake flour
1 cup whole wheat pastry flour
1 cup unsweetened dark cocoa powder
3/4 cup light brown sugar
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 teaspoon coarse salt
3 large eggs, separated
2 cups buttermilk
½ cup coconut oil, liquid form
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
1 1/2 teaspoon almond extract
1 medium zucchini, shredded (smallest shredder size possible)
2 drops Ginger essential oil
real maple syrup, for topping
What to do
1.Preheat oven to 250°F and place a wire rack over a baking sheet, set aside.
2.In a large bowl, combine the flours, cocoa, brown sugar, baking powder, baking soda and salt.
3.Whisk until evenly combined.
4.Make a well in the center of the bowl and pour in the egg yolks, buttermilk, coconut oil, almond extract, vanilla extract, and Ginger essential oil. Mix until just combined and lump-free.
5.In a separate bowl, beat the egg whites until stiff peaks form. Make sure the bowl and beaters are super clean so that the egg whites fluff up properly. Add the beaten egg whites to the batter, a little at a time, and fold them in gently until evenly combined.
6.Shred zucchini and fold into batter.
7.Heat waffle iron and lightly grease with cooking spray. Add about ¼ cup of batter to the center of the hot waffle iron. Close lid and cook according to your waffle iron’s instructions.
8.Stamp out desired Halloween shapes. Transfer to prepared wire rack baking sheet. Keep waffles warm in the preheated oven while you continue to cook the rest. Serve with the Greek Yogurt Ginger-Almond Whipped Cream (link below) and real maple syrup. Enjoy!
This yum-worthy recipe yields 10 waffles that are also perfect for freezing.
View the Recipe here: https://doterra.com/US/en/blog/recipe-dark-chocolate-ginger-waffles-with-cream

Lazy Avocado Sushi
Lazy Avocado Sushi can be eaten as an exotic and easy after-school snack or a quick and elegant lunch. We love this recipe and 

What you need
  •1 avocado
  •1 cup brown rice, cooked
  •4 tablespoons soy sauce
  •1- 1 1/2 tablespoons rice vinegar
  •1 toothpick of Ginger essential oil
  • Sesame seeds
  •Essential oil variations:
-Wild Orange
Topping Variations:
High quality raw salmon, tuna, or yellowtail
Cooked shrimp
Fresh pineapple, diced
Fresh mango, diced
Coconut shavings
Lemon, sliced thinly
Lime, sliced thinly
Fish sauce

What to do 
Cut avocado in half.
1.In a small bowl, whisk together soy sauce and rice vinegar. Dip a toothpick into the orifice of the Ginger essential oil.
2.Dip toothpick into sauce mixture and swirl to combine.
3.Mix rice with sauce. Top avocado with rice. Drizzle more sauce on top if desired, and sprinkle with sesame seeds.
4.Scoop out with a spoon and enjoy your lazy sushi bite by bite!

Here are the rest of the recipes from the Essential Cooking class
Click on photo or link for full recipe

Ginger Shrimp & Mango Skewers with Paleo Crema

 For Recipe Click here

Rosemary Zucchini Fettuccine

For Full Recipe Click Here

Rosemary Mashed Potatoes
For Recipe Click Here

Glazed Spicy Sweet Potatoes
For Recipe Click Here

Carrot and Ginger Rice with Mint
For Recipe click here

Cumin Pan Seared Talipia
For Recipe Click Here

Moroccan Beef Tagine
Click Here for Recipe

Italian Summer Skewers
Click Here for recipe

Sauteed Brussels Sprouts & Asparagus
Click Here for Recipe

That concludes all the recipes from the Essential Cooking Class. Please let me know if you have any questions. Remember the Cooking and Baking Tab above for tips and tricks. Remember to download the ebook and if you are looking for Thanksgiving recipes, check out this blog post. 

Enjoy cooking with essential oils. 

Credit goes to Synduit and doTERRA for recipes, photos, and information on cooking. 

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not
intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.