Flavor of the Year - 4 Amazing & Easy Honey Recipes


Honeycomb, Honey Jar

September is such a fun month, and between NYFW Plus and Blogalicious I've been busy enjoying it! It's the start of Fall, the start of Fall FASHION, the leaves are turning; and its home to National Honey Month AND National Yoga Month.

So confession, if you know me, you know these are two of my favorite things. I have about 5 jars of honey, all different types, in my pantry right now and I have been practicing yoga for two years! So, what's a girl to do to celebrate these months as September draws to a close. Well first, I'm going to share some great honey recipes from the National Honey Board. (My next post will shout out Yoga & look for some Yoga Periscopes)

Honey Bee

Sidebar - yes the National Honey Board is a thing. I attended one of their promotional events in DC last Spring, you would be amazed at all the things honey can do, yes, it's a sweetener and can be used in the place of sugar, it was recently voted Flavor of the Year,by Firmenich, but honey also has great antimicrobial properties. Honey has a ton of benefits.

  • Use it to help ease colds - it soothes a sore throat and a teaspoon of honey before bed can ease a cough.

  • Working on flawless skin? Honey is a great moisturizer and helps fights bacteria to keep your skin acne free.

  • It's also a great burst of energy, with only 64 calories per teaspoon; I sometimes takes a teaspoon of honey before my workouts to give me an extra boost.

Honey Bears

Visit the National Honey Board's page for more some great Fall honey Recipes

Apple, Pineapple and Honey Cider

Curried honey Sweet Potato Soup

Goat Cheese Spread with Lemon Honey

Morning Buzz Body Scrub

Body Scrub Recipe(not edible)

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