Entertaining with Honey 101
Cheese Board Drizzled with Manuka Honey
Sweeten up this classic party appetizer with a drizzle of Manuka Honey. Tangy cheese and honey are an unexpected but perfect pair!
Manuka Honey Ice Cubes
Fill an ice cube tray halfway up with water. Add a drizzle of Wedderspoon Manuka Honey to each cube, and, if you’d like, a few mint leaves or drops of lemon juice. Fill the rest of the way up with water and freeze. Add to a glass of water or iced tea.
While maple syrup may be the more well-known pancake and waffle condiment, Manuka Honey is just as tasty and has added health benefits. Cook up a big stack of homemade pancakes or waffles, drizzle with Manuka Honey and serve to your brunch guests.
Manuka Honey Roasted Nuts
Cover a baking sheet with almonds and peanuts. Bake at 350 degrees for 10 to 15 minutes. After roasting, drizzle in Manuka Honey and salt and allow to cool before serving.
Yogurt and Manuka Honey Dip
Mix a bit of Manuka Honey and cinnamon into plain or vanilla yogurt. Serve with a platter of fresh fruit.
Place a jar of Manuka Honey out after dinner when you serve coffee and tea. It’s a refreshing and healthier alternative to sugar and other sweeteners.
Mix 1 tablespoon Castile soap, 1 tablespoon almond oil and 1 tablespoon Manuka Honey in a soap dispenser. Fill the rest of the way with hot water. Shake and leave at sink. Your guests will be pleasantly surprised by this lovely smelling hand soap.
Enjoy and happy holidays!