Farmers Market: Honey

Photo from Honey.com.

Honey, the nectar of bees, isn't reaching its full potential on its own. It can be an awesome addition to lots of recipes. Even a peanut butter sandwich can be better with honey. Just imagine how good you can make your pork, chicken, or even your desserts! Some people use it as a preferred sweetener because it is more natural and can help preserve nutrients. Honey doesn't have any preservatives, added flavors or colors, which makes it a great and natural sugar substitute. We collected some great honey recipes to try:

Applesauce

Summer pasta salad

Honey Yeast Rolls  

Honey BBQ Shredded Pork

Sweet-'n'-Salty Honey Cheese Spread

Honey Jalapeño Chicken Recipe With Tomato Olivada

Chocolate Torte With Honey

Honey Barbecue Chicken Recipe

Zesty Honey-Lemon Dressing

Red-Skin Potato Salad Recipe With Honey Dill Dressing 

 

Healthy Coleslaw Recipe

Honey Granola Recipe

 

What's your favorite way to use this sweet treat?

For more on honey, check out Grit.com.

related topics: farmers market, honey, recipes

Share This

You may also like:

Interested in exploring drone technology? Desirae has four pieces of advice for you...

 

Servant leaders recognize the needs that others have and then get to work on those needs...

 

In honor of National Travel and Tourism Week we're shining a spotlight on how rural tourism has a big impact on farm families.

 

General Manager of Stuart Ranch in Oklahoma and the first female President of the Oklahoma Cattlemen's Association, Terry...

 

The way to make the right tractor-buying decision for your farm operation is to...

 

This slow cooker recipe from The Cooking Ladies...

 

Women in agriculture are leaders in the agricultural industry and are paving the way for a better future in farming.

 

Avoid gnat bites in the family business. Here's an example of some of this week's gnat bites...

 

More things fried and on a stick than you can imagine. Here are some fun State Fair Facts! 

 

In one short answer, Janel does it all for her custom harvesting business. Read More about this Amazing Woman in Ag.