DIY Rosemary Infused Salt Favors

I recently made these lovely smelling gifts as prizes for a bridal shower the mom-in-law and sister-in-law and I threw over the weekend. Perfect for our ‘What’s that Scent?’ herb game at the kitchen inspired shower, these are quick, easy and inexpensive.  The herb-infused salt can be substituted in any savory recipe, and is especially yummy on roasted potatoes and baked into breads! The recipe comes from the one and only, Martha Stewart.

Rosemary Sea Salt

Makes 8 cups

1 three lb box Kosher Salt
Bunches fresh Rosemary, plus extra for garnish


In a large, high-sided saute pan,over medim heat, combine salt and rosemaryand heat through, about 10 minutes. Transfer to a container, let cool for  minutes, then cover tighly and store overnight.

When ready to fill your gift jars, discard the old rosemary then layer salt and garnish until full then seal closed.




Filed under DIY + Tutorials, Gift Giving

7 responses to “DIY Rosemary Infused Salt Favors

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  2. Meredith

    Where did you find the stickers for the top of the jar? Love them!

  3. Chriss Martorelli

    Can anybody tell me how long the rosemary infused sea salt will last?

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  5. ooo this looks yummy! and pretty too =) I need to try this on roasted potatoes

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