Put honey on your lips
Do you know that making your own lip balm is as easy as looking for some almond oil, beeswax and honey? Sure it is. After reading this that $11 version you picked up at the health food store yesterday can make you feel a little guilty, does not it?
Make your own honey moisturizer
If you have got a handful of sweet smelling herb such as lavender, laying around and ready to be used, why not use it for your own homemade honey lotion? Try to warm honey over a span until it gets to a liquid consistency. Pour honey over herb and cap tightly; the ratio you have to use is one tbsp of herbs per 7 ounces of honey. Let sit for one week and then mix one tsp of liquid into a seven ounce bottle of unscented lotion.
Eat honey with goat cheese
If you need a classy hors d’oeuvre but you are lacking in the time department try this one: put a slice of goat cheese, sprinkle chopped walnuts and honey on top and place in oven until cheese and honey are soft. Serve with crackers or baguette and you will be the life of the party.
You all know a drop of honey in tea is good for a sore throat, but it can be added to most drinks for an extra energy boost. And simply because it is a whole lot better than tossing in a few dietary soda.
Make a salad
One of the favorite and easiest fruit salads uses just a touch of honey to enhance the sugars in the fruit and it is a perfect late summer dessert.