Acacia Honey Dried Apricots

acacia honey dried apricots

The perfect no-bake snack!

Summertime is here, there’s no doubt about it. When it gets this hot outside, the last thing I want to do is spend my time in a scorching kitchen. So instead of toiling away this week to create a recipe that requires baking, I decided to take the easy road with a no-bake snack.

Dried apricots make me think of summer and topping them with equally summery ingredients was a no-brainer. I chose goat cheese (my favorite!), mint leaves, and Savannah Bee’s Acacia honey. Since mint has taken over my herb garden, I knew I’d need to find recipes that can keep up with my overzealous supply.

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Apricots are high in Potassium and Vitamin A!

I selected Acacia honey because it has such a light, clean flavor and won’t compete with the apricots’ sugary taste. I also love the way the Acacia honey is nearly invisible when drizzled over the top of these dainty morsels.

Next time you’re hit with the urge to snack, whip up a batch of these bad boys.

What You’ll Need:

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Acacia honey is a great natural energy source!

What You Do:

  1. Arrange apricots on your serving plate of choice.
  2. Top each dried apricot with a dollop of goat cheese
  3. Press a clean and dry mint leaf into the goat cheese
  4. Drizzle with Acacia honey and serve!


  • Choose from other Savannah Bee honeys like Tupelo, Wildflower or Orange Blossom until you find the one that fits your fancy!
  • Mix and match with other soft cheeses and herbs.
  • Try topping crackers with this tasty combination.

Interesting Slang: Because of Acacia honey’s light color and great clarity, it is sometimes referred to as Moon honey or Water honey!

Submitted By: Jess Brannen

Check out Jess’s Baked Brie with Pears, Almonds, and Wildflower Honey

Learn more about Acacia honey!

Comments (6)

  1. Ashley says:

    Tried these at the Riverstreet store Mead Bar Opening, and they were fantastic! The perfect answer to a healthy gummy type snack, and who doesn’t love cheese?

  2. Peyton says:

    I luckily got to try these and they were FANTASTIC! Will definitely be making these at home on my own time. Great job Jess!

  3. kate says:

    These look amazing!! Going to try this weekend!

  4. Samantha says:

    Tried this yesterday- delicious and easy!

  5. jack says:

    This is a great recipe. I also tried it with the Tupelo honey and Sourwood honey. Acacia honey is one of my favorites but something about the apricot and sourwood worked really well.

  6. Erin says:

    Dried apricots are one of my very favorite things to eat! I see a party with this snack in my future!

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