8 Ways To Replace Sugar With Raw Honey Slideshow


There are a number of healthy ways to sweeten your coffee, but not all of them offer the same benefits as a spoonful of raw honey. 


Honey provides an added pop of sweetness to homemade granola. To incorporate honey into your morning meals, try making this super simple, no-bake granola in just a few minutes on the stovetop.  


Lemon water can help you stay slim and cure a headache, but don't ruin your lemonade with heaping tablespoons of refined cane sugar; instead, sweeten it with honey.  


There are few things as soothing as a glass of warm milk. Add a spoonful of honey to make this drink even more comforting. If you're sensitive to lactose, switch out traditional cow's milk for a non-dairy substitute.

Salad Dressings

The sweetness of honey balances well with the inherent acidity of salad dressings. Try mixing some honey with miso to introduce an Asian zing to your greens. 

Sweet Chile Sauce

In Thai-inspired dipping sauces, honey serves as the perfect foil to the spiciness of the chiles. The sweet and the heat pair well with hearty fish such as swordfish or seabass. Try making your own sweet chile sauce to avoid the added sugars that come with the prepackaged brands.  


Adding a tablespoon of honey to your tea is a great way to start your morning. Honey does much more than sweeten tea: Its antibacterial properties pair with the antioxidants and phytonutrients of the tea.  Some honey in your tea can even help you breathe easier.


Plain, whole fat yogurt can have an off-putting tang, which makes honey the ideal ingredient to neutralize the tartness. The two ingredients also pair well together in frozen snacks like these grape, honey, and yogurt ice pops.