These rich blondies are flavored with honey, studded with dried cherries, and topped with salty, crunchy Marcona almonds. They'll satisfy fruit and nut lovers alike.
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This is one of the best sellers at the Ample Hills scoop shops, and once you taste the sweet cream ice cream bulked up with fresh bits of chopped honeycomb candy you'll see why.
Some may see it as boring, but honey is a perfect stand alone complement to the nutty cornmeal in this easy muffin recipe.
These soft and chewy flatbreads are accompanied by an easy, but addictive, salted honey butter.
Honey is a great choice for desserts because it adds nuanced flavor in addition to sweetness. Here are your best recipes for using the sweet stuff.
These cookies feature sunny citrus, floral honey, toasty coriander, and lots and lots of wonderful butter.
Desserts for Every Season flouts the convention that fall desserts = warm and gooey, and instead serves up a frozen treat that gets its earthiness from buckwheat honey. With a flavor not unlike molasses, buckwheat honey is an acquired taste to some, but we can't think of a better way to earn fans than by swirling it into ice cream.
Calling for peanuts, pistachios and walnuts as filling, and rosewater syrup to pour over, this baklava is crisp, layered, and not too sweet.
These easy whole wheat rolls are soft on the inside with a lightly crisp crust. Pair them with honey butter and sprinkling of fleur de sel for a real breakfast treat.
This is a simple, light cake with a texture somewhere between a cheesecake and a baked custard, making it a good choice for nights that are still warm and summery.
Thick and chewy peanut butter oat cookies sandwich a salted honey butter cream filling.
This is a simple granola, the kind you could actually sprinkle over your yogurt without feeling like you just pulled all 16 handles at the frozen yogurt shop. It's the kind you eat with milk, in a bowl, not carry around as trail mix. And I like it that way.
It's no secret that rhubarb is one of my favorite kinds of jam. I've made it with blueberries, raspberries, oranges, and even rosewater. This new twist on a classic version incorporates sweet, floral honey and spicy cinnamon.
This nutty, honey-sweetened pie is the perfect treat to take to the first backyard garden party of the season.
Whole pureed oranges make this cake one of the most moist I've ever had. Ground almonds. saffron, and a honey syrup complete the Middle Eastern theme.
My bucket list includes a bunch of obvious things—learn how to scuba dive, visit India, eat at Le Bernardin—but also a few stranger ones. Right up there next to Get Drunk and Attend the Westminster Dog Show is Learn How to Keep Bees. Why? Well, primarily because I love honey and secondly, if you don't find bees totally fascinating, I don't think we can be friends.
I'll warn you now that these make me think of silly romantic things like warm summer sunsets over the Aegean. But hey, honey + Medjool dates will do that to you.
Uniquely herbaceous, fresh sage takes your standard cornbread and adds a level of fragrant complexity. Plus, you can't beat the simplicity of baking in a cast-iron skillet.
This oil cake from The Dahlia Bakery Cookbook is reminiscent of a Greek dessert in which semolina cake is soaked with honey syrup until the bottom is sopping. The tinge of orange zest and juice pairs prettily with honey and clove.
Perfectly sweet recipes for National Honey Month