Tickle Your Taste Buds With an Italian Holiday Experience in Your Mouth!

Updated: Dec 31, 2020


Do you have Italian roots? Yeah, me neither, but we both LOVE the food. 🍕🍝The problem is getting it to be simple in the kitchen and yummy so it's a win-win for everyone, right?

This is our second video in our cuisine Christmas, which dives into using some amazing blends of oils, made specifically for your culinary pleasure. Each week I'm sharing a simple recipe you can make to bring joy straight to your table. This week is going to warm your tummy and your not-Italian heart. 🥣


As a mom of some crazy kids, you're always on the lookout for healthy and delicious recipes that are easy to make. 😋 Measuring out unusual spices isn't "hard," but it would be nice to have an easy way to add some amazing flavor to your food without trying to keep a professional level of exotic ingredients.


In other words, you want it to be simple. 🙌🏻


Are you ready for a simple way to add some exciting flavor to your food?


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.


In the kitchen:

Essentials oils add flavor - and it just takes a LITTLE!


Essential oils have internal benefits - depending on the oil, they can help digestion, cleanse the body, provide antioxidants, and more.


Essential oils are safe, natural ingredients. By using essential oils to flavor your food and enhance your cooking, you will not only have endless options for making healthy and creative meals, but you can rest easy knowing exactly what you are putting into your food. As mentioned, essential oils are taken directly from natural sources and do not include processed or harmful ingredients. Remember that not all essential oils are created equal, and some companies will use fillers or synthetic ingredients in their oils. By using pure, therapeutic-grade essential oils in your cooking, you can enjoy the benefits of natural flavors and ingredients.


Essential oils are convenient. Fresh and/or raw ingredients aren't always available, so you can always have your oils on hand. Because they stay good for a long time, you also don't have to worry about the fresh ingredients going bad and this also makes them very cost-effective.


Whip up this yummy Italian Soup to fill your bellies and keep you warm!


Italian Chicken Soup

3 tablespoons avocado oil

2 tablespoons garlic, minced (approximately 6 cloves)

2 celery stalks, diced

1 bell pepper, diced

1 onion, diced

2 cooked organic chicken breasts, chopped

6 cups of chicken bone broth

4 Organic Roma tomatoes, chopped

1 cup orzo pasta

2 cups cream or dairy-free cream

Salt and pepper to taste

1 drop dōTERRA Italian Cuisine Blend


1. Heat the avocado oil in a pot until the sauce shimmers. Add the garlic and sauté until golden.

2. Add the celery, bell pepper, and onions to the pot, sautéing until the vegetables soften.

3. Add the chicken, bone broth, and tomatoes to the pot and bring the soup to a simmer.

4. Add the orzo pasta and stir occasionally. Add the cream after the pasta becomes soft. 5. Add 1 drop of dōTERRA Italian Cuisine Blend and season with salt and pepper until the desired flavor is achieved.

6. Turn off the heat and allow to rest for 5 minutes. Serve immediately or allow the soup to cool before storing.


Watch the full video here:

Join me for the Tropical and Mexican cuisine dishes too!



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