Dr. E’s Einkorn Blueberry muffins!

These Muffins are delicious y’all!

I came up with this recipe and of course was inspired by Young Living’s Einkorn flour!

If you don’t know about the amazing benefits of Einkorn Flour, google it! It’s pretty amazing and is the “ancient grain” as they call it!

These Muffins have healthy alternatives – no butter, dairy, refined sugars, or white flour! ENJOY!!!


White Chocolate, Cranberry, & Orange Oil Cookies!

I have to say my husband did the cutest thing ever!!!

He baked cookies for me and the kids the other night and was so beyond excited to have the guess the “Secret Ingredient”!

It was Orange Oil!!! How cool is that? #1 My hubby baking and #2 thinking of adding an Essential oil to the batch! Pretty awesome!

Please bake and enjoy, these are ridiculously delicious! Great for Holidays and all year round! I use primarily organic ingredients, just cause!

  • 1 ½ sticks of organic unsalted butter, softened
  • ½ cup organic light brown sugar
  • ½ cup organic white sugar
  • 1 Tbsp vanilla extract (I like to use Madagascar Bourbon)
  • 1 egg
  • 2 cups organic all-purpose flour
  • 2 tsp cornstarch
  • 1 tsp baking soda
  • Pinch salt
  • 1 cup dried organic cranberries
  • 1 cup white chocolate chips
  • 3 drops of YL Orange Essential Oil

In the bowl of a stand mixer, beat together the butter and sugars until light and fluffy. Beat in the vanilla and egg to combine.

Then beat in the flour, cornstarch, baking soda and pinch of salt until a soft dough has formed. Stir in the cranberries and white chips by hand.

Roll into 1 tbsp balls and place on cookie sheet. Refrigerate the cookie dough for AT LEAST 1-3 HOURS. You can even chill it overnight! 1 hour chill time is mandatory to prevent cookies from spreading and to create that light, soft and chewy texture.

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F.. Place onto the cookie sheets about 1-2″ apart from one another. Bake 8-10 min. Rotate pans halfway through and allow 10 min to cool on rack! ENJOY!!!!

Using Young Living Vitality Oils Party 3 – Frankincense, Grapefruit, Jade Lemon, Ginger, and Lavender.

In part 3 of our 5-part Vitality series, we look at the many uses of 5 more Vitality Oils.
Frankincense Vitality (Boswellia carterii) has been an important part of many religious ceremonies, and has been sought after and traded since ancient times. Young Living’s blends, Brain Power, Awaken, and Highest Potential feature this oil from the resin of the trees in the Boswellia carterii family. Its complex, sweet, yet woodsy flavor supports overall well-being and cellular health when taken internally.
Suggested uses from Young Living:
  • 1-2 drops in a vegetarian capsule taken as a dietary supplement to support cellular health
  • add a drop to water, juice, or your daily shot of NingXia Red
Young Living Blog Recipe: 
Severe Discomfort Bomb:  Put 5 drops Frankincense Vitality, 5 drops Idaho Balsam Fir, 5 drops Copaiba in Veggie Capsule and take as needed.
Ginger Vitality (Zingiber officinale) is distilled from the root of the ginger plant and has a variety of uses, from flavorings in the kitchen to dietary supplements. Ginger Vitality is a key ingredient in both sweet and savory dishes. It is a key ingredient in Young Living’s DiGize, Digest & Cleanse, EndoGize, ICP, and Essentialzymes-4.
Suggested uses from Young Living:
  • 1 drop in a vegetarian gel capsule to support normal digestion
  • 1 drop in a cup of tea makes for a nice, soothing hot drink
  • A toothpick dipped in Ginger Vitality added to stir-fry gives a nice little zing of flavor
  • Add a few drops to a pitcher of fresh-squeezed lemonade
  • Add a few drops in marinades and salads for an extra spice
Young Living Blog Recipes:
Grapefruit Vitality (citrus paradisi) has a tart, invigorating taste that is excellent support for weight-loss management when paired with healthy diet and exercise. Young Living’s Slique Essence and Power Meal Meal Replacement both feature this oil as a key ingredient.
Suggested uses from Young Living:
  • 1-2 drops in a vegetarian gel capsule taken daily to support weight-management program
  • add a drop to your daily shot of NingXia Red
  • 2-3 drops in a glass of cold water
  • add to culinary recipes of all kinds: salad dressings, marinades, and desserts
  • add a few drops to melted chocolate and dip fruit in it
Recipe we have made and love: 
Grapefruit Pretzel Dip
Grapefruit Pretzel Dip
Jade Lemon Vitality (citrus limon eureka var. formosensis) features a unique lemon-lime flavor that infuses well in beverages and enhances any recipe needing a flavorful, citrusy addition.
Suggested uses from Young Living:
  • combine with a frozen yogurt treat
  • add 4 drops to a glass pitcher of sun tea
  • add a drop to your next shot of NingXia Red
  • 1 drop in a glass of water
A recipe we have made and love: 
Jade Lemon Cream Cheese Icing/Filling
Jade Lemon Icing-Filling
Lavender Vitality (Lavandula angustifolia) has a sweet, slightly floral aroma, pairing well with rich and light foods. Often featured in sweet dishes, it can also give a new spin to main dishes, such as chicken, lamb, or even potatoes. Start small, as not to overwhelm, by dipping a toothpick in the oil and swirling around in food preparations.
Suggested uses from Young Living:
  • infuse homemade fruit jams, such as blueberry, apricot, raspberry, or peach
  • combine Lavender Vitality’s low, earthy notes with bright, citrus ones and infuse your lemonade or citrus sorbet
  • Complement your homemade recipes for shortbread, pound cake, ice cream, meringue, or whipped cream
  • balance in savory dishes with thyme, rosemary, and oregano
  • 1 drop in water in addition to a drop of lemon and/or peppermint
Young Living Blog Recipe:
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Young Living Vitality Oils Recipes Part 2

More uses of Vitality Oils:
Cinnamon Bark Vitality (Cinnamomum verum) can be used in a variety of culinary dishes or as a dietary supplement to help support healthy digestion and a healthy immune system. It is also a major component of some of Young Living’s famous blends, such as Thieves, Abundance, and Inner Defense.
Suggested uses from Young Living:
  • 1-2 drops diluted with V-6 Vegetable Oil Complex in a vegetarian gel capsule taken as a dietary supplement
  • 1 drop added to your Ningxia Red shot, making it a “hot shot”
  • 1 drop added to a banana smoothie
  • 1 drop added to hot cereal
  • 1 drop used in recipes to replace ground cinnamon
  • 1 drop in a jar of apple sauce along with 2-4 drops of lemon vitality
Recipes we have tried and love:
  • 1 drop of Cinnamon Vitality and 1 drop of Orange Vitality in hot chai tea
  • 1 drop of Cinnamon Vitality in coffee
  • Oil infused oatmeal:  Add 1-2 drops Cinnamon Vitality, a toothpick swirl of Nutmeg, Ginger, and Clove Vitality and honey or agave nectar and milk to taste to oatmeal. (graphic)
Citrus Fresh Vitality is a combination of Orange, Grapefruit, Mandarin, Tangerine, and Lemon oils, with a shot of Spearmint, making this quite an invigorating and refreshing blend.
Suggested uses from Young Living:
  • 1-2 drops in a vegetarian capsule as a dietary supplement
  • 1-2 drops per 2 oz. of your favorite fruit and vegetable juices or in your Ningxia Red shot
Young Living Blog Recipe: Citrus Fresh/Lime Baked Chicken: https://www.youngliving.com/blog/cooking-with-young-living/
Clove Vitality (Syzygium aromaticum) is the concentrated distillation of the same cloves found and used in kitchens for centuries. Its spicy, distinct flavor can be used to enhance sweet and savory dishes. Clove Vitality is also a major component of popular Young Living blends, Thieves, ImmuPower, Inner Defense and Longevity, as it supports a healthy immune system and overall wellness.
Suggested uses from Young Living:
  • 1 drop in a vegetarian capsule taken as a daily dietary supplement
  • Substitute for the ground spice in recipes
  • Add a drop to gingerbread, spice cake, or molasses cookie batter
  • Combine with complimenting Vitality oils, Lemon, Nutmeg and Cinnamon in homemade cider or wassail recipes
  • 1 drop in a warm bowl of oatmeal
Young Living blog recipe:
Butternut Squash Soup:
DiGize Vitality blends Tarragon, Ginger, Peppermint, Juniper, Fennel, Lemongrass, Anise, and Patchouli essential oils, making it a great pre-meal supplement to support overall wellness. Some cultures chew on fennel seeds after meals, and the use of this plant dates all the way back to ancient Egypt. This is one powerful blend you’ll have to experience yourself.
Suggested uses from Young Living:
  • 1-2 drops in a vegetable capsule taken as a dietary supplement daily or when needed
  • 2 drops DiGize Vitality with 1 drop Peppermint Vitality in a glass of water
  • Taken with Essentialzymes-4 before every meal supports overall wellness
Young Living Blog Recipe: NingXia Red Shots: https://www.youngliving.com/blog/ningxia-shots/
Dill Vitality is an excellent replacement for fresh or dried dill in a variety of cuisines from Russian to Mediterranean, and Asian to European. It pairs well with Carrot Seed Vitality and Lemon Vitality in soup or stew recipes.
Suggested uses from Young Living:
  • 1-2 drops in a vegetarian capsule taken as a dietary supplement
  • Combine with olive oil to use as a marinade for fish and veggies
  • Add to your favorite game day dip for extra flavor
  • 1-2 drops in potato salad
Young Living Blog Recipes:
Tomato Cucumber Summer Salad:
Endoflex Vitality supports overall wellness and can help jump-start your day, or get you over the mid-afternoon slump. Endoflex Vitality is a combination of Spearmint Vitality, Sage, Geranium, Myrtle, Nutmeg, and German Chamomile essential oils, making it a unique blend to support a healthy lifestyle.
Suggested uses from Young Living:
  • 1-2 drops in a gel capsule with V-6 Vegetable Oil Complex used as a dietary supplement
  • 2-4 drops in NingXia Red
  • add to NingXia Zyng for an afternoon pick-me-up
  • combine a drop with a large cup of warm tea or tall glass of water; if flavor is too intense, dip a toothpick in the oil and swirl in your drink
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Cooking with Vitality Oils – Part 1 – Basil, Bergamot, Black Pepper, Carrot Seed, and Celery Seed Oils!

This is brought to you by Smiley Oil Crew Member Angela Perret! Thank you for your hard work and submission!

Perfect for adding flavor to your favorite foods or using as dietary supplements, the Vitality line of dietary essential oils gives you the freedom to share and explore some of our best-loved essential oils in a variety of nutritious and delicious ways. In a 5-part blog, we will discuss ways to enhance your culinary fare using Young Living’s newest line of essential oils, Vitality!
Basil Vitality (Ocimum basilicum) is popular in Asian and European cuisine and offers a sweet, warm scent and flavor. Pairing well with savory foods, the sweet and slightly peppery flavor of Basil makes a wonderful addition to sauces, breads, soups, chicken or seafood, adding a more defined flavor than with the dried herb, without having the added steps of preparing the fresh herb. To add just a hint of basil, use a toothpick dipped in the oil and swirl it around in your food preparations.
Suggested uses from Young Living:
  • Add to deli-salads, Asian or Italian-inspired soups, or salad dressings/vinaigrettes
  • Mix with a mild tea such as chamomile with a few drops of honey to add sweetness
Young Living Blog Recipes:
Tomato Basil Soup:
Spinach Quiche:
Here’s a recipe we have tried and love: Organic Tomato Sauce
Bergamot Vitality is cold pressed from the bergamot fruit, which is known for giving Earl Grey tea its distinctive flavor. The zesty, citrus taste of Bergamot makes it a great choice for seafood dishes.
Suggested uses from Young Living:
  • 1-2 drops in a vegetarian gel capsule taken as a dietary supplement
  • Several times during grilling, brush seafood with Bergamot Vitality-infused olive oil
  • In place of a teaspoon of citrus zest, use a drop of Bergamot in baked goods recipes
  • Mix 1-2 drops with some Blue Agave sweetener and use as a drizzle on muffins or tarts
Young Living Blog Recipe: Peach-Mango Breakfast Smoothie: https://www.youngliving.com/blog/peach-mango-breakfast-smoothie-recipe/
Black Pepper Vitality (Piper nigrum) can be used as an addition to many recipes, replacing ground black pepper, in soups, rubs, and marinades.
Suggested uses from Young Living:
  • 1-2 drops in a vegetarian capsule taken as a dietary supplement
  • Use in rubs or marinades, add to grilled veggies or in homemade salad dressings
  • Add to fresh made salsa or guacamole
  • Use to flavor pasta, rice, mashed potatoes, or deli salads
Young Living Blog Recipe:
Agave Roasted Sweet Potatoes:
A recipe we have tried and love: Black Pepper Salsa
 Black Pepper, Lime, Orange - Spice up your Salsa
Carrot Seed Vitality (Daucus carota sativa) essential oil is distilled from the seeds and aerial parts of wild carrots. Its complex flavor brings a delicious addition to savory dishes. With many of the same constituents as the carrots from which it’s derived, Carrot Seed Vitality may support overall health and well-being.
Suggested uses from Young Living:
  • 1-2 drops taken in a vegetarian gel capsule to support overall health and well-being
  • 1 drop to roasted veggies to give an earthy flavor
  • 1-2 drops added to salad dressing
  • Add some drops to perk up the flavor of quinoa or wild rice
Celery Seed Vitality is produced from the steam distillation of dried seeds and brings a pleasant aroma and taste to pickling blends and brines. Its earthy and grassy flavor can add a unique taste to coleslaw and salad dressings, and can also be used for seasoning poultry.
Suggested uses from Young Living:
  • 1-2 drops added to a vegetarian gel capsule and taken as a dietary supplement
  • combine with Carrot Seed Vitality in your next vegetable or poultry-based soup
  • add 1-2 drops in the cooking water for rice and serve with poultry
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Easy Essential Oil Infused Guacamole!

Easy Essential Oil Infused Guacamole!

I LOVE guacamole!  So I thought, why not do a little detox while I’m stuffing my face full?  Citrus oils are great for cleansing the liver, so I incorporate them into my diet whenever I can.  As it turns out, this guacamole tastes amazing and is my new fave!

You’ll need:
3-4 ripe avocados (depending on size)
1/4 cup diced red onion
1/8 cup chopped cilantro
1/8 cup chopped tomato (optional)
1 clove garlic
Garlic powder and sea salt to taste (or my favorite, Tony Cacherie’s seasoning)
6 drops Young Living’s Lime Vitality Oil
4 drops Young Living’s Orange Vitality Oil
1 drop Black Pepper Vitality Oil

Put it in a bowl and mix it all up.  That’s it, you’re done!  Of course, you can always substitute lemon and lime juice instead of the oils, but I really love the citrus flavor the lime and orange provide and the kick from the black pepper, along with the added health benefits that come along with using essential oils!

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Thanks and have a great oily day!
Young Living Senior Star Leader

“PIE” Balls! Kid friendly Healthy Snack!

“PIE” Balls

by Dr. E with the SOC!

These balls are kid friendly and gluten free! Full of protein, immune boosters, and energy! ENJOY!



1 cup of oatmeal (old fashioned)

2/3 cups of organic Coconut Flakes

1/2 cup of organic nut butter or seed butter

1/2 cup of organic ground flax seed

1/2 cup of chocolate chips ( semi-sweet or dairy free)

1/3 cup of raw,local honey

1 tbs chia seeds

1 tbs salted sunflower seeds

1/2 cup of Gogi berries or YL Ningxia Wolfberries

3 drops of Young Living Thieves Essential Oils



Mix all together, roll into balls, and then keep in Frig till you eat:) YUMMY!! You and your kids will love this nutritiously healthy treat!

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Homemade Thieves Throat Drops Recipe!

Homemade Thieves Throat Drops

I love, love, love these throat drops and more importantly my kids love them!  Thieves and lemon are such great immunity boosters, but it’s hard for me to get my kids to consume thieves because of the strong taste. The taste of thieves in these drops is masked by the honey, and coughs and that scratchy throat feeling are gone immediately!

You only need 3 ingredients:
1 cup raw ulfiltered honey (local if possible)
8 drops Thieves Young Living Esssential Oil
4 drops Lemon Young Living Essential Oil

You’ll also need:
Quart sized or slightly smaller saucepan
1 candy thermometer
Silicone candy molds or parchment paper

First, pour the honey in the saucepan and set to slightly over medium heat.  (On  my electric stove I use a 6.)
Cook the honey until it gets to 300 degrees.  This is important, because if it doesn’t get to 300 the lozenges won’t get hard, but if it gets too hot the honey can start to burn.  The honey will look similar to this:


When it gets to 300 degrees, remove from heat and let it cool.  Don’t cool it in the fridge or it will start to harden unevenly.  When the honey begins to set, add in the oils and stir.  Spoon the mixture into silicone molds or onto parchment paper. Do this as quickly as possible because the longer the honey cools, the more stiff and taffy like it will get.  Make sure you don’t use wax paper, as the lozenges will stick.  (I speak from experience) This is how mine came out.  Not exactly perfect, but my mouth doesn’t know the difference. 🙂


Once they’re cooled (it only takes a few minutes), wrap in parchment paper to keep the lozenges from sticking together, or if you’re like me and this step sounds too complicated, I find they don’t stick to each other if you keep them in the freezer in a ziplock bag.  This recipe can definitely get a little messy, but it’s an easy clean up, and so worth it!  My kids always come to me asking for their oils when they start feeling bad.  Now they ask for these lozenges too! 🙂

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Thanks for reading!!
Erin Rosiere PT

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