doTERRA Recipes – Winter and Summer Quinoa Fruit Salad Recipe

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There are two versions of these doTERRA recipes for vegan fruit salad – one for winter using doTERRA OnGuard Essential Oil and one for summer using doTERRA Lemon Essential Oil or Lime Essential Oil .  We use OnGuard  a lot around our house and I drink it in water quite a bit but I never thought of making a salad dressing out of it.  It has a citrus taste with a kick so it would be a great salad dressing (as long as you follow the recipe and don’t use too much).

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doTERRA Winter and Summer Quinoa Fruit Salad Recipe
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There are two versions of these doTERRA recipes for vegan fruit salad - one for winter using doTERRA OnGuard Essential Oil and one for summer using doTERRA Lemon Essential Oil or Lime Essential Oil . We use OnGuard a lot around our house and I drink it in water quite a bit but I never thought of making a salad dressing out of it. It has a citrus taste with a kick so it would be a great salad dressing (as long as you follow the recipe and don't use too much).
doTERRA Winter and Summer Quinoa Fruit Salad Recipe
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There are two versions of these doTERRA recipes for vegan fruit salad - one for winter using doTERRA OnGuard Essential Oil and one for summer using doTERRA Lemon Essential Oil or Lime Essential Oil . We use OnGuard a lot around our house and I drink it in water quite a bit but I never thought of making a salad dressing out of it. It has a citrus taste with a kick so it would be a great salad dressing (as long as you follow the recipe and don't use too much).
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5-7Servings 5Minutes 20Minutes
Servings Prep Time
5-7Servings 5Minutes
Cook Time
20Minutes
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Instructions
Winter OnGuard Quinoa Salad
  1. Prepare the quinoa by rinsing under cold water and then adding it with the water and salt to a medium saucepan. Bring to a boil over medium heat. Boil for 5 minutes.
  2. Turn heat to low and simmer for around 15 minutes, or until water is absorbed.
  3. Remove from heat and fluff with a fork.
  4. To make the dressing, mix the agave with the drops of doTERRA essential oil and pour over the quinoa.
  5. Add fruit to the quinoa mixture.
  6. Stir well to mix.
  7. Serve chilled or at room temperature.
Summer Sweet Citrus Berry Quinoa Salad
  1. Prepare with same instructions as the Winter OnGuard Quinoa Salad
Recipe Notes
  • (add 1 drop doTERRA peppermint essential oil for a fun variation)

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    This recipe looks amazing! I just became hooked on essential oils last week when I healed my 2YO sons ear infection using nothing but essential oils! Now I’m planning on having an essential oil class/party and I’m looking for recipes calling for essential oils to serve at the party. I’m trying to keep it healthy, though desert snacks are not being ruled out! Any ideas on what to serve at a party?
    I’m also hoping I can make some bath bombs and toilet bombs to give away at the party, though I am also giving away a starter kit.

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