We are big food lovers and hope you enjoy this collection of ways to use honey and honey comb. New recipes will be posted seasonally.
Here are some things to note about the honeycomb:
Wax that is in the honeycomb is safe to eat and good for you.
Honeycomb can be stored at room temperature, never spoils and has significant health benefits in addition to being yummy.
Honey and honeycomb should not be consumed by children less than one year of age.
People have been eating honeycomb for several thousands of years. Here's a few ways to use this amazing natural food:
Take a big scoop and pop it in your mouth
Slather on warm bread
Add on top of yogurt, oatmeal or grits for a great start to your day
Eat comb with your favorite cheeses (makes an amazing cheese plate)
Add chunks on top of a fresh salad
Spoon honeycomb over ice cream and flavorful cakes
Take a teaspoon full in your coffee or tea
Add to a cocktail for a sweet kick
Mixed with fresh fruits
Try these easy and delicious recipes
Honeycomb and Brie English Muffin Pizzas
This recipe calls for just a touch of heat under the broiler. It’s just enough to soften the brie and honeycomb, one of the most splendid food combinations.
In the vegetable kingdom, cauliflower reigns supreme. Don't be fooled by its humble appearance or mild taste. Both of these seemingly boring characteristics are what make the humble head so versatile – and it's great with honey!
Grilled Chicken Salad with Goat Cheese and Honeycomb
Honeycomb can go places honey can’t. While drizzling honey over a salad seems odd, topping a salad with crumbled goat cheese and hunks of honeycomb is a simply heavenly way to eat more vegetables.
An elegant make-ahead dessert, these custards sing with faint floral notes and sweet honey. Serving tip from our Test Kitchen: Flans release like a dream if you let the custard cups stand in 1 inch of warm water for 3 to 5 minutes before unmolding.
Honey Garlic Salmon
This is the perfect dinner idea for a busy weeknight: Honey Garlic Salmon. It’s super easy, only takes 20 minutes and requires only 5 ingredients which you probably already have in your pantry – including honey.
Baklava (Baghlava), this popular dessert is made in different parts of the world with some slight variations. It has layers and layers of flaky pastry surrounding nuts and spices and sweetened with an fragrant syrup.