Top Rated Honey Recipes

Honey Financiers
Financiers are pretty much the easiest cakes to make, lightly spongy and always moist thanks to their egg white content. For these, find the darkest, richest honey you can find (I prefer dragon eye honey), brown some butter, and have these for breakfast for the rest of the week. Click here to see Cooking with Honey — 8 Great Recipes.
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Strawberry-Ginger Honeyed Yogurt
Creamy Greek yogurt makes a delectable breakfast base after it’s sweetened with honey and spiced with ginger. Fresh strawberries bring the taste of spring and summer and the mint garnish refreshes the palate after your last bite. This recipe comes to us from Jen of Domestic Divas. See all strawberry recipes. Click here to see Healthiest Breakfast Recipes.
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Try an old classic: warm milk with honey is as soothing, warming, and delicious as it was when you were five. Try spicing it up with a little cocoa powder, a splash of honey, or a dash of cinnamon, cardamom, or any other spice that inspires you.
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If you don't have popsicle molds, you can use a small paper cup and a popsicle stick. After it's frozen, simply peel away the cup for a perfectly formed popsicle.  For added cherry flavor, swap out the plain yogurt and use Newman’s Own Black Cherry yogurt instead. Recipe courtesy of Katie Lee from Recipes for Everyday Occasions: The Comfort Table
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Honey is antimicrobial, helping to extend the shelf life and freshness of the pie. Click here to see 6 Classic and Creative Pumpkin Pie Recipes
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For most cocktails, this  thinned honey syrup is preferable to honey itself, which is too viscous. You can add other flavors to the syrup while you heat it: lavender, rosemary, and jalapeño are all great additions.
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Honey Carrot Soup
A simple vegetable soup from the National Honey Board perfect for any time of year: serve it hot during the winter when there aren’t a lot of fresh local vegetable options, or serve it chilled over the summer. Substitute vegetable broth in for the chicken broth if you’re looking for a vegetarian dish. Click Here to See More Soup Recipes
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  Honoring their religious roots, the Irish would bake hot cross buns during Lent and serve them on Good Friday. Lore further states that some would hang hot cross buns from their kitchen ceilings to ward off evil spirits for the year and that they associated the baked goods with healing properties, especially with strengthening relationships.  
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Honey-Chamomile Gelato
Gelato is just "ice cream" in Italian, right? Actually, no! There's a key fundamental difference and — be warned — it may turn you into a gelato fiend. Ice cream follows a 2:1 cream-to-milk ratio, whereas gelato follows a 1:2. Which means you can eat twice as much, no guilt attached. (A tour guide in Rome told me that, so it must be true.) This gelato follows the expected ratio with some unexpected flavors. Chamomile tea bags are steeped in simmering milk, then stirred with egg yolks and honey to create a subtly sweet and floral custard. After it churns in an ice cream maker, the gelato is layered with oh-so many drizzles of honey, to create Pooh-approved ribbons in every scoop. Click here to see Cooking with Honey — 8 Great Recipes.
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For a simple spin on the traditional recipe, this delightful julep calls for honey instead of sugar. Honey can add depth of flavor, and pairs beautifully with the other flavors in this cocktail. Read more about The Best Kentucky Derby Cocktails for 2014
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Don't just boil your carrots for your next dinner party; glaze them. This recipe uses honey, butter, and an orange peel to infuse the carrots with a bright and rich flavor. 
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Who’s to say that the Emerald Isle isn’t the land of milk and honey? Read more about Beyond Green Beer: 15 Great Cocktails for St. Patrick's Day
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