We know that raw honey is a superfood with amazing health benefits, so we’re always looking for new, creative ways to incorporate it in our lives. Besides using it to make our skin glow and sweeten our tea, there are countless ways to use honey everyday.

Try one of these delicious and inventive honey recipes with the highest quality raw honey you can find. Your taste buds will thank you!

Cinnamon Honey Buns

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If you’re not allergic to gluten, these cinnamon-orange honey buns are a savory, rich treat that aren’t hard to make. Russell from Chasing Delicious waxes poetic about these buns and it’s mouth-watering to read. These honey buns are just that good.

Cinnamon Honey Butter

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If butter makes everything better, then just imagine how delicious butter creamed with cinnamon and honey is! It’s a flavor trio that makes your mouth happy, whether you’re using it on crackers or dropping a bit into your steel cut oatmeal.

The Tidy Mom gives us a primer on how to make and package cinnamon honey butter as holiday gifts, but you can also just follow her simple, excellent recipe and enjoy on your own!

Salted Lavender Honey Pie Recipe

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Honey pie by itself is a pretty sweet treat, but salted lavender honey pie takes it up quite a few notches. You can’t make or eat this everyday, but it’s a special occasion treat from The Baking Bird that will knock your socks off.

How to Make Honey Mead

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The words “honey wine” sound so delicious, they seem to effortlessly roll off the tongue. Honey mead is the technical term, and this recipe from Romancing the Bee breaks down how to make it in a clear, easy-to-follow way.

The only ingredients you’ll need are:

  • Spring water
  • Pure honey
  • Fleischman’s Yeast
  • Raisins
  • 1 orange

Get the full recipe from Romancing the Bee.

Honey Cookies with Cinnamon and Ginger

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These plain honey cookies look fairly mild, but they’re full of amazing things like honey, cinnamon, and ginger. You’ll want to bookmark this recipe from the Overtime Cook so you can make them over and over again.


Naomi Imatome-Yun is a food, wellness, and lifestyle editor. Her work appears in USA Today, Yahoo, and Dining Out. She is the author of Cooking with Gochujang: Asia’s Original Hot Sauce and a food expert for About.com. Naomi lives in Santa Monica and loves running, reading, beach volleyball, yoga, sculpture parks, and dancing around with her husband and kids.

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