Win a Free Jar of Silk Honey! Tell us your favorite ways to use our honey…

Posted on September 1, 2010 in Our Honey | Short Link


Win a Free Jar of our Silk Honey:

Tell us your favorite ways to use our honey. We will select the most interesting and unusual entries and award silk honey! Your best ideas and winners will be featured on our blog in September.

So…your favorite way to use our honey is…

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  • Jen Blazevic says:

    I live in Canada, and LOVE your honey! Because I live so far away, I view it as an especially precious treat. After visiting Hawaii twice, I’ve come home with as much as I could carry. While I’ve used it in tea, crepes (with peanut butter), and on toast in the past, the only way I eat it now is straight out of the jar with a spoon. Volcano Island honey is too delicious to add anything else to it!

  • admin says:

    I agree. Straight out of the jar is the best! Aloha, Candice

  • Jen Sorensen says:

    The BEST treat to make using delicious Volcano honey is blending it with some pecans and raw butter. Watch out! You can substitute any nut of your choice but my fav is pecans :)

  • Rae Vaughn says:

    My favorite way to enjoy your amazing honey is to spread it on a fresh buttermilk biscuit right out of the oven. The heat f the bisquit releases all of the honey aroma…its heavenly

  • Tom Pike says:

    Macadamia nut butter and honey on very thinly sliced whole wheat bread. I get to go back to Hawaii with every bite.

  • Mark Rosenthal says:

    I make Mead from honey and would love to try this variety out.
    Mead is a wine made from honey!!!!

  • Tim Wininger says:

    My favorite way to eat Royal Hawaiian Honey is to spread it on pancakes instead of butter.

  • Christiann Bishop says:

    My favorite winter time way to enjoy Royal Hawaiian Honey is in my grown-up version of hot lemonade. Add the juice of a whole lemon and a strip of lemon rind along with two sprigs of thyme to a mug (standard tea cup is too small). Then fill your mug 3/4 of the way up with boiling water and let steep for 3-5 minutes. Remove lemon rind and thyme if you prefer not to have them floating in your beverage. Then add Royal Hawaiian Honey to taste ( I like mine sweet so I use a tablespoon). Welcome any winter’s day but truly great if you’ve come down with a sore throat, runny nose or a cold. Could also substitute a few cloves or a slice of crystalized ginger for the thyme.

  • My daughter and I love it with ice cream (any flavor).

  • Karen Rowland says:

    Dip a graham cracker right in the jar-WOW, it’s like the best frosting ever!

  • Lyla Malzahn says:

    I first tried your honey while in Maui and loved it. My daughter and I eat it on plain toast, with peanut butter, in hot tea, for sore throat with water, lemon juice, honey and a smidge of whiskey ;-) , on hot biscuits fresh out of the oven, straight out of the jar, and one of my favorites is to slightly melt butter (slightly) and mix it with the honey and use it as a dip or smear for biscuits/bread/angel food cake or bagels & my all time favorite is on ritz crackers…I love the salty & sweet. I love love love your honey!

  • Terri says:

    i use it for my special wedding cakes,
    it is the secret ingredient in between layers of white pound cake.

  • Polly Hamai says:

    I really enjoy the blog.Thanks Again. Fantastic.

  • K Bachman says:

    I have been making broiled grapefruit with your honey. Take 1/2 a grapefruit and spread about 1 tablespoon or so of honey on top and broil for 2min. Love your honey!!

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