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DIY ~ Refrigerator Tablets with Essential Oils


Burnt Macaroni - fried rice, yl disposal, yl refrig, ham stock 636abDon’t you love leftover Chinese food or BBQ ribs? I think I sometimes love these dishes more the day after.  But these stinky foods can make your refrigerator stinky!  So instead of cleaning your fridge with toxic cleaners, try this recipe for all natural refrigerator tablets.  Since using Young Living Essential Oils, I have found hundreds of ways to use these oils in the kitchen.

Here’s what you need:

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Baking soda (2 1/2 cups)
Water (1/2 cup)
Purification Essential Oil (15 drops)
Silicone mold (various sizes)

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Combine the baking soda, water and Purification Essential Oil in a bowl.

Burnt Macaroni - fried rice, yl disposal, yl refrig, ham stock 307abYour mixture should feel like wet sand.  Be careful not to make it too wet or it will take too long to dry in the silicone mold.

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Pack it into whatever silicone molds you have.  This will take 2-3 days to harden up.

Burnt Macaroni - fried rice, yl disposal, yl refrig, ham stock 667abWhen it’s ready it will look like this.  You want to make sure it’s hard all the way through.  A few of mine fell apart because it wasn’t all the way dry.  But if that happens you can still use the mixture.  Put the broken pieces in a bowl and put in the fridge.

Burnt Macaroni - fried rice, yl disposal, yl refrig, ham stock 684abYou can also use lemon, orange or any other citrus essential oils to make this recipe.  Read more about Young Living Essential Oils and the starter kit here!

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As a married-mother of two, Chris understands the demand on all families when it comes to dinner-time. She started her food blog, Burnt Macaroni, because she wanted to make that process easier for her family and others. Follow her on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter and Instagram as she teaches herself and her kids how to cook!

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