In a pinch and looking for recipes for your holiday table, it's time to add a touch of sweetness to your holiday recipes with honey! Waterford Bee Company's pure, natural honey not only adds a delightful flavor but also brings numerous health benefits to your holiday table. Here are five fantastic ways to incorporate honey into your holiday cooking. We've collected recipes from across the internet that we think will add that dash of sweetness you are looking for!
1. Honey Glazed Ham
Nothing says Christmas like a succulent ham, and glazing it with honey takes this classic dish to the next level. Mix honey with mustard, cloves, and a bit of orange juice for a glaze that caramelizes beautifully, giving your ham a gorgeous, glossy finish with a sweet and tangy flavor. HONEY GLAZED HAM
2. Sweet Honey Biscuits
Replace sugar with honey in your biscuit recipes for a healthier twist. Honey adds moisture and a rich depth of flavor, making your Christmas biscuits irresistibly soft and tasty. Plus, you can get creative with festive shapes and decorations! SWEET HONEY BISCUITS
3. Honey Roasted Vegetables
Bring out the natural sweetness of your vegetables by roasting them with a drizzle of honey. Carrots, parsnips, and Brussels sprouts are transformed with honey's golden touch, becoming a side dish that even the pickiest eaters will love. HONEY ROASTED VEGETABLES
4. Honey Mulled Wine
Enhance your mulled wine with the addition of honey. It balances the spices and adds a smooth sweetness, making your mulled wine a warming, welcoming drink for those chilly winter evenings. HONEY MULLED WINE
5. Honey Gingerbread
Give your gingerbread a twist by using honey instead of molasses. The result is a lighter, more delicate gingerbread that's perfect for building gingerbread houses or creating festive cookies. HONEY GINGERBREAD
These are just a few ways to sweeten your cooking with honey. Remember, when you choose Waterford Bee Company's honey, you're not only getting a delicious product, but you're also supporting sustainable beekeeping. Happy holidays and happy cooking!