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Honey. Honey. Honey.

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I’ve been hearing a lot about honey this week. Many people are raving about it’s ability to relieve allergies, soothe sore throats, boost energy, & much more. Here are a few recipes to try out Honey at home:

Honey Citrus Soother

Banana Smoothie Energy Booster

Harvest Pumpkin Exfoliating Mask

For allergy relief I’ve heard to take a Tablespoon of Honey each morning before you start the day. Has anyone tried this before? What was your experience? I think consistency would be key to experiencing relief…I’m going to try this out and let you know how it works for me. I love trying new remedies over medicine or shots, at home natural things are the way to go for me.

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I love that Honey is natural. I love the process, all the hard work that goes into the making of it, and how this beautifully sticky, gooey, bright orange sunburst of light can be so versatile. It can go from soothing your throat to sweetening your favorite treats. When using Honey as a natural sweetener Less is definitely More, it’s sweeter than sugar so you don’t have to use as much!

Honey is also very unique… it can be used to balance out ingredients or enhance the flavors used in your dishes. So you might be like me in thinking what in the world can I use honey in?? …besides toast and biscuits? haha. Well it’s definitely good on toast and biscuits, but I’m finding it to be good on other things like, pork and chicken! Honey can also be incorporated into your cooking as a thickener to sauces, marinades, dips, & dressings.

Hope you enjoy your Honey, and let me know how you’re using it at home! Until Tomorrow…




  1. Very good ………..thank you for this info……………love your blog…..always enlightening and entertaining. ☺

    • myrasgarden

      October 9, 2014 at 10:22 pm

      Thank you Evie! You can look forward to enjoying some good ol’ Texas honey while you’re hear!! I make a mean buttermilk biscuit 🙂

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