Posted in Handmade Soaps

Video Demo Of Honey Soap – First Use

I think you’ll love them as much as I do!

My honey soaps are made with pure ingredients, derived from Mother Nature.  Of course, our raw honey is the most important one!

They are perfect for sensitive skin – even super-sensitive skin like mine.  And, they come with so many benefits, such as healing and soothing dry, irritated skin.

Honey soaps are excellent for skin that prone to breakouts as well.

About the bars you see in the video.  

Both were created from batches poured into the molds on Monday November 11, 2019.  They were un-molded on Tuesday, Nov. 12th, and here you see them in a video that was made on Wednesday, the 13th. That’s only 2 days after they were made and they perform beautifully.

What I’m selling now.  

Currently, the variety I’m offering retail is my Honey Chunk Bars.  I also create Honey Cream Bee Bars that are being sold to bed & breakfasts, inns, etc.

You can purchase my bars here at this website – they make fantastic gifts and stocking stuffers – and remember to keep some for yourself, too!

Posted in Beekeeping, Honey Recipes

Honey Oatmeal Breakfast Cookies

A great recipe!

This is one you may want to add to your recipe box.  It’s got lots of room for personalization, and, even if you make it just as is, the cookies are excellent as a grab-and-go breakfast that’s healthy and nutritious.  

Ingredients

3 cups steel cut oats

1.5 cups all purpose flour

1 generous cup raw honey

3/4 cup fat – all unsalted, soft butter is delicious

1/4 teaspoon salt

1//2 teaspoon soda 

1 to 2 teaspoons cinnamon – to taste

1 egg

1/4 cup water

Preparation

Preheat oven to 350F.  Grease a baking sheet with butter.  

Cream the honey, butter, egg and water together until smooth.  Use a mixer to get the best results.  

Combine the flour, oats, salt, cinnamon and soda together, then add to the creamed mixture.

Baking

Drop by rounded teaspoonful onto prepared sheet, leaving plenty of space for spreading.  

Bake for 15 minutes, checking the first time you try this recipe for your own preferred crispness.  

These cookies get a delicious brown edge.  

Options 

Add a cup of dried cranberries, raisins, or other dried fruit, chopped 

Sprinkle raw (turbinado) sugar on top of cookies before baking 

Use rolled oats instead of steel cut to get a more traditional, softer, texture

Use all or part almond flour or chestnut flour

Add 3 or 4 tablespoons of your favorite preserve – apricot is great. 

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