Looking for some festive essential oil diffuser blends? For essential oil diffuser recipes to cozy up your home for fall?

You’re in the right place because this post shares ten cozy and warm diffuser blends to get you in the fall mood!

We all love those festive seasonal candles, right? But they aren’t necessarily the best option for scenting your home as they contain harmful fragrance oils.

That doesn’t mean that you can’t enjoy having your home smell like a pumpkin pie with whipped cream on the top though!

There are plenty of festive smelling essential oil diffuser recipes to diffuse in your home for fall and get that hygge feeling.

So, keep reading to find out ten kinds of diffuser blends that you absolutely need to try out this fall!

Festive Diffuser Blends

Essential oils are a great way of achieving a naturally scented home without the need for artificially fragranced candles.

I’ll admit that I love those seasonal candles with their oh so tasty scents. But they are far too strong for me and leave my head pounding for hours. Which I take as a good sign to steer clear of them!

These essential oil blends will not leave your head pounding and will make your home smell warm and cozy.

If you don’t already own an essential oil diffuser or want to even get a second one! You should definitely treat yourself to this essential oil diffuser.

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Pumpkin Pie

How could this list even exist without the classic pumpkin pie scent!

I enjoy pumpkin pie to a certain degree a.k.a. one slice each fall! But I do love the smell of pumpkin pie baking and bubbling in the oven.

Though these diffuser blends might not smell quite the same as scents that you would find in a candle. They still smell fabulous and, in my opinion, smell closer to the real thing!

This pumpkin pie oil blend is sweet and spice and robust. It will fill your home with the fragrance of mixed spices in a pumpkin pie and leave you craving something sweet.

Follow the instructions for your diffuser when adding in these blends. If you are sensitive to scents, try adding a bit less the first time just to be safe. Or if you like a stronger scent you can add more later on if it is too weak for you.

Chai Tea Latte

Feeling all cozy and warm and ready for a cup of chia tea. Or if your extra fancy a chia tea latte?

Why not make your whole house smell like a chia tea latte? I mean it tis’ the season to overindulge right?

I love me a hot cup of chia tea. Hot, strong, and extra sweet and spicy is how I like mine. And I like my chia tea essential oil diffuser recipes to be the same way.

If you like chia tea, then you definitely need to try this blend. As it is sweet and spicy with a nice kick from the ginger!

Follow the instructions for your diffuser when adding in these blends. If you are sensitive to scents, try adding a bit less the first time just to be safe. Or if you like a stronger scent you can add more later on if it is too weak for you.

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Crisp Autumn Morning

Is the weather getting nice and crisp where you are? Are you wanting to create more hygge in your life right now and soak up those blissful moments?

If you answered yes, then you definitely need this crisp autumn morning essential oil blend in your life!

Picture a crisp slightly windy fall morning. Imagine the smell of freshly fallen maple leaves and damp trees.

It’s wonderful isn’t it? 

This diffuser blend embodies that fantasy with a musky woody base with fresh and citrusy as well as spicy undertones.

Follow the instructions for your diffuser when adding in these blends. If you are sensitive to scents, try adding a bit less the first time just to be safe. Or if you like a stronger scent you can add more later on if it is too weak for you.

Sweater Weather

Sweater weather is another one of those nostalgic and hygge scents that we all know and love.

This sweater weather essential oil blend is reminiscent of an autumn forest surrounded by trees. It is mainly spicy with a touch of sweetness.

The cedarwood adds a hint of woody undertones. While the lemon brightens everything up and adds depth to the otherwise spicy blend.

Follow the instructions for your diffuser when adding in these blends. If you are sensitive to scents, try adding a bit less the first time just to be safe. Or if you like a stronger scent you can add more later on if it is too weak for you.

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Warm Kitchen

We all wish we could capture that warm and cozy kitchen smell in a bottle, don’t we?

That warm baked goods smell that drifts throughout the house. Leaving everyone craving freshly baked bread or a cinnamon roll.

This diffuser blend tries to capture those smells and feelings.

As it is heavy on the nutmeg which is a softer spice with sweet undertones. Clove and allspice give it that baked goods smell while orange adds a touch of sweet freshness.

Imagine freshly baked spiced orange scones and you are halfway there!

Follow the instructions for your diffuser when adding in these blends. If you are sensitive to scents, try adding a bit less the first time just to be safe. Or if you like a stronger scent you can add more later on if it is too weak for you.

Orange Spice

Orange spice is that classic scent that completes fall and its familiar spicy sweetness.

This blend is reminiscent of old-fashioned oranges studded with cloves. You know the ones that your mom helped you make during the holidays?

This simple blend is mainly sweet orange topped off with spicy allspice and clove. The perfect blend of fresh and sweet and spicy!

Follow the instructions for your diffuser when adding in these blends. If you are sensitive to scents, try adding a bit less the first time just to be safe. Or if you like a stronger scent you can add more later on if it is too weak for you.

Autumn Woods

Fall is the most magical time of the year to take a walk-in nature. Especially if you can take a walk through some wooded area!

This essential oil diffuser recipe is an attempt to replicate those amazing autumn scents that you experience while walking through the woods.

This blend is woody and musky with notes of fresh citrusy orange and bergamot. Helping to add freshness to an otherwise dull blend just as a fresh wind adds freshness to stale air.

If you are a fan of scents aimed more towards replicating nature, then this blend is for you!

Follow the instructions for your diffuser when adding in these blends. If you are sensitive to scents, try adding a bit less the first time just to be safe. Or if you like a stronger scent you can add more later on if it is too weak for you.

By the Fire

Just because we don’t all have a warm and cozy fire place doesn’t mean that we have to miss out! At least not on the scent.

By the fire is a deep and woody blend. With just the slightest whisper of fiery ginger to add some heat!

Follow the instructions for your diffuser when adding in these blends. If you are sensitive to scents, try adding a bit less the first time just to be safe. Or if you like a stronger scent you can add more later on if it is too weak for you.

First Frost

Ever stepped out onto lightly frosted grass early one fall morning? If not, you should most certainly add it to your bucket list!

The first frost blend is cool and fresh and reminiscent of nature. With balsam and cedarwood to give it that wintery Christmas tree note and bergamot to add a fresh touch.

This is truly a breath of fresh air kind of essential oil blend. Perfect to diffuse on cold mornings.

Follow the instructions for your diffuser when adding in these blends. If you are sensitive to scents, try adding a bit less the first time just to be safe. Or if you like a stronger scent you can add more later on if it is too weak for you.

Ginger Snap Cookies

Anyone else eagerly wait for grocery stores to start carrying those delectable crispy cookies? You know the seasonal cookies that are just perfect for dipping into a hot cup of tea.

This blend is my little nod to those festive cookies that we all wait for each year.

Ginger makes up the bulk of thise blend with its strong and spicy scent. With the other spicy notes coming in second to compliment the ginger.

This is truly a cozy hygge blend to diffuse while baking or during dark autumn evenings!

Follow the instructions for your diffuser when adding in these blends. If you are sensitive to scents, try adding a bit less the first time just to be safe. Or if you like a stronger scent you can add more later on if it is too weak for you.