Visit the National Honey Board's website for some delicious honey recipes by following this link: http://www.honey.com/nhb/recipes/
Some Honey Tips and facts:
Since honey is a humectant, which means it attracts and retains moisture, it makes it a natural fit in a variety of moisturizing products including cleansers, and creams!
Honey as an enegy boost for athletes: Honey is an ideal source of carbohydrates, providing 17 grams per tablespoon, which makes it a perfect fuel source for your working muscles. Carbohydrates are necessary in the diet to help maintain muscle glycogen, which are the most important fuel source for competitors to help them keep going.
Have you ever had a sore throat? Honey has been proven to be a natural throat soother!
It's very easy to substitute honey for sugar in your recipes. Honey is up to twice as sweet as table sugar, so you will need to reduce the amount called for in the recipe by one-third to one-half honey for granulated or table sugar. In addition, since honey is composed of up to 18% water, you will need to reduce the liquid called for in baked goods by about one-fifth.
Honey is a Hebrew word meaning enchant. Initially it was a culinary sweeter, but now it is also recognized world wide as a healing ingredient in medicinal treatment.