How to Make Herb-Infused Honey

How to Make Herb-Infused Honey

How to Make Herb-Infused Honey

How to Make Herb-Infused Honey

Diets

  • Vegetarian
  • Gluten free
  • Paleo

Ingredients

  • Produce

    • 1 tbsp Herbs, dried
  • Condiments

    • 1 cup Honey

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Ingredients

  • 1-2 tablespoons of dried herbs
  • 1 cup (8 ounces) of honey

Nutrition

low-fat low-sodium fat-free low-fat-abs low-potassium kidney-friendly vegetarian pescatarian paleo dairy-free gluten-free wheat-free egg-free peanut-free tree-nut-free soy-free fish-free shellfish-free pork-free red-meat-free crustacean-free celery-free mustard-free sesame-free lupine-free mollusk-free alcohol-free no-oil-added kosher Per serving, based on 4 servings. (% daily value) Calories175 Fat0.1 g (0.1%) Saturated0 g (0.1%) Carbs47.4 g (15.8%) Fiber0.5 g (2%) Sugars46.6 g Protein0.3 g (0.5%) Sodium2.8 mg (0.1%) Nutritional data provided by
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How To Make Herb-Infused Honey — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

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If you peek inside my cupboards, you'll see countless little jars of herb and honey concoctions that are both delicious and healing. Making herb-infused honey has become one of my favorite ways to use leftover sprigs of thyme from cooking dinner, a handful of wild mint found while foraging, or the buds of an edible flower bouquet. It couldn't be easier to do. And if you start now, there's plenty of time to make them for holiday gifts, too.

How to Make Herb-Infused Honey

  • Produce

    • 1 tbsp Herbs, dried
  • Condiments

    • 1 cup Honey

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How To Make Herb-Infused Honey — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn

If you peek inside my cupboards, you'll see countless little jars of herb and honey concoctions that are both delicious and healing. Making herb-infused honey has become one of my favorite ways to use leftover sprigs of thyme from cooking dinner, a handful of wild mint found while foraging, or the buds of an edible flower bouquet. It couldn't be easier to do. And if you start now, there's plenty of time to make them for holiday gifts, too.