Farmers Market: Honey

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Honey, the nectar of bees, isn't reaching its full potential on its own. It can be an awesome addition to lots of recipes. Even a peanut butter sandwich can be better with honey. Just imagine how good you can make your pork, chicken, or even your desserts! Some people use it as a preferred sweetener because it is more natural and can help preserve nutrients. Honey doesn't have any preservatives, added flavors or colors, which makes it a great and natural sugar substitute. We collected some great honey recipes to try:

Applesauce

Summer pasta salad

Honey Yeast Rolls  

Honey BBQ Shredded Pork

Sweet-'n'-Salty Honey Cheese Spread

Honey Jalapeño Chicken Recipe With Tomato Olivada

Chocolate Torte With Honey

Honey Barbecue Chicken Recipe

Zesty Honey-Lemon Dressing

Red-Skin Potato Salad Recipe With Honey Dill Dressing 

 

Healthy Coleslaw Recipe

Honey Granola Recipe

 

What's your favorite way to use this sweet treat?

For more on honey, check out Grit.com.

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