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Lavender Honey Tea Cake

  Oh, the joys of a simple cup of tea. In a world so harried and hectic, taking time for yourself is crucial for maintaining a sense of calm—and Savannah Bee’s new Lavender Honey is just the ticket. Whether stirred into a steamy cup of Earl Grey tea or baked into this divine tea cake,…

Mango and Passion Fruit Muffins

The more time that passes, the more I begin to understand how vitally important honeybees are to our survival and to the structure of our society. The honeybee is such an unsung hero, but many of us swat them out of the sky or run when we see them without even thinking twice. Sure, they have a defense…

Pomegranate and Wildflower Honey Parfait

If you’ve heard it once, you’ve heard it a thousand times: Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But making time to have a nutritious, delicious and beautiful breakfast can seem like a daunting task. Enter honey– the multipurpose, scrumptious, and healthy pick-me-up for an array of breakfast foods from coffee to scones….

Orange Blossom and Almond Honey Cake

While the traditional recipe for Honey Cake is typically a dense, loaf-shaped cake made with spices and dark honey varietals, I decided to switch things up this holiday season. By adding citric Orange Blossom Honey from Savannah Bee Company and sliced almonds, I gave the Lekach a modern Savannah Bee twist. I also attempted to…

Sweet Potatoes with Herbed Ricotta and Wildflower Honey

Picture this: You’ve just been invited to a holiday shindig—a potluck dinner, no less. You rack your brains trying to come up with a dish that isn’t humdrum and drab. Everyone’s had green bean casserole, pickled beets, and stuffing; you want to show off your creative side vis-à-vis a deceptively easy to make recipe. Look…

Savannah Honey Flan

Flan is an open tart cooked in a mold, turned out, and served chilled. While this Medieval dessert can be made with either sweet or savory ingredients, the most common flan topping is caramel. This season, I decided to try my hand at flan topped with honey— and I was not disappointed. With only a…

Some Like It Hot: Chili Pepper Mead with Wildflower Honey!

One of my most successful meads is a capsicumel or chili pepper mead made from Wildflower honey and jalapeno peppers. Capsicumel is a subcategory of metheglins or spiced meads. Metheglins add any manner of spices to the traditional mead ingredients of honey, water, and yeast. They require one additional simple step to the traditional mead…

Baked Brie with Cranberries and Walnuts

As the holiday season approaches, a cache of easy appetizers can prove especially useful. This trusty recipe for Baked Brie is made even more irresistible with the addition of cranberries, walnuts, rosemary, and Savannah Bee Company’s Honey for Cheese. Yellow Star Thistle honey provides the perfect amount of tart sweetness to balance Brie’s buttery taste…

Honey Mustard and Panko Encrusted Salmon

We all know honey has tons of health benefits, and so does salmon. So why not have these two powerhouse foods together in one dish? I love pairing the tanginess of homemade honey mustard with flaky salmon and crumbly Panko. It’s sweet and savory and chock-full of antioxidants. I used Savannah Bee Company’s Tupelo Honey…

Palmetto Honey Energy Bites

The holiday season is almost upon us, and one can never be too prepared. These no-bake energy bites are ideal for those busy days when you need a quick snack  while roasting a turkey or baking cookies. Plus, a little dose of protein and fiber is always a good idea. Savannah Bee’s Palmetto honey is…

Figs Stuffed with Goat Cheese and Tupelo Honey

Fig lovers are well-versed in the art of patience. These dainty little fruits – which are actually inverted flowers – are available only from June through July and again from August to October. This relatively limited season makes these treats especially coveted. In this dish, goat cheese and Savannah Bee Company’s Tupelo honey come together…

Savannah Honey and Apple Rosettes

Is there anything more beautiful than a rose? Probably not, but these precious rosettes will give any dessert a run for its money. At this point, it’s no secret that I love Phyllo dough. It’s perfectly flaky and incredibly versatile. Today, I tried my hand at recreating the delicate petals of a rose, and I…