Make Your Own Yummy Speculoos Cookie Butter Scent 8


Weighing Essential Oils

Weighing Essential Oils

I adore Speculoos cookies but my favorite is the cookie butter that is available. I love it on sandwiches but my favorite place to use it is on freshly made crepes. Did you know that one of Trader Joe’sĀ® top selling items is their Speculoos Cookie Butter? (I can totally understand why. Can anyone say “Yummy?”) Today I wanted to make a scent blend that smells just like Speculoos Cookie Butter. I mean, if you can eat it, why not smell like it too!

Weighing Essential Oils

Weighing Essential Oils

I love how simple it is to make this scent blend. Sometimes blending can be stressful and intimidating for me. It is even harder when the scent blend is close but not quite there. I find that asking friends and family what they think of a blend to be very helpful. They are often able to give ideas and pointers that I might otherwise not have thought of.

Tomorrow we will be using this scent blend in a lotion. I am so excited for tomorrow. Can this get any better?

Ingredients
Frosted Cupcakes Fragrance Oil
Ginger Essential Oil
Clove Essential Oil
Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil
Equipment
Scale
Glass Mixing Container
Spoons
Pipettes
Glass Storage Bottle


Recipe:

Recipe in Grams
16 grams Frosted Cupcakes Fragrance Oil
1 gram Ginger Essential Oil
1 gram Clove Essential Oil
1 gram Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil
Recipe in Ounces
0.56 oz Frosted Cupcakes Fragrance Oil
0.04 oz Ginger Essential Oil
0.04 oz Clove Essential Oil
0.04 oz Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil
Recipe in Percentages
84.4% Frosted Cupcakes Fragrance Oil
5.2% Ginger Essential Oil
5.2% Clove Essential Oil
5.2% Cinnamon Leaf Essential Oil

 

Adding Fragrance Oil

Adding Fragrance Oil

Place a glass mixing container on your scale. I like to use glass because it is easier to clean and more durable under the stress of mixing scent blends. I have found fragrance and essential oils can be excellent solvents! Measure the fragrance and essential oils into the glass container. Mix well. Pour into an amber glass bottle for long term storage.
Taylor

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About Taylor

I’m a twenty something happy, animal loving, curious experimenter. I love reaching back into history and trying old recipes for cosmetics or foods. I’m constantly asking “Why?” My curiosity has me trying new things. I love taking walks with my dog as well as staying at home to cuddle with the dog and my cats. Some of my favorite scents include Hinoki Wood, Rose Garden, Jasmine and Gladiator.


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8 thoughts on “Make Your Own Yummy Speculoos Cookie Butter Scent

  • Leslie Stevens

    Taylor- This is sooo yummy!! AND… Its calorie free!!
    Going in a spray bottle to spray about the house, who needs to bake cookies when I can just spray the smell in the house!

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    • Taylor Post author

      Leslie,

      I think being calorie free is the best part about this! I am in baking heaven and the best part is… there are no dirty dishes!

      Cheers!
      Taylor

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        • Terry Kaufmann

          OK, so I mixed up these 4 scents last night, WHOA, very potent. I added a little Orange EO and some Brown Sugar and Spice to sweeten and tone it down a little. This morning, I checked it and it had smoothed out some, but still a statement scent! Not sure what I am going to do with it yet. I have some X-large salt crystals that I might use as potpourri šŸ™‚

          Thanks for the blend suggestions. I would probably use a little less Ginger EO next time, that is one strong scent.

          Terry

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          • Taylor Post author

            Terry,

            It can be a potent scent blend. I really like it in things like body butters and foot creams.
            I will have to try it in a salt potpourri. That sounds yummy!

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            • Terry Kaufmann

              Good idea for the body butter and foot cream. I think I am going to start blending scents the day before I use them, it does create a smoother, nicer blend, especially with stronger scents.

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