As a natural sweetener, honey is an excellent ingredient that can really add sweetness without added sugar. But who needs old favorites when you can try something new? Here are 5 recipes to get you started using honey in your recipes.
This tasty Italian-inspired dessert is perfect for outdoor entertaining. The passion fruit and honey mix will give taste buds a sweet, unexpected treat.
Smooth cheesecake and sweet honey is a perfect pair to share with someone special. Serving two people, this recipe is a great way to cap off a romantic meal.
Your local fair never had funnel cakes this good! Make these tasty, indulgent treats and have the fair right in your home.
Warm sage and sweet honey add a touch of elegance to homemade cornbread. Try with roasted turkey for a delicious pairing that you’re holiday guests will love.
Sweet pears, fresh herbs, and drizzled honey create a taste sensation that you’ll want to share with friends. Try with afternoon tea or after a light lunch.
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