8 Honey Pairings to Boost your Breakfast Game
Find yourself in a breakfast slump? Eating the same thing every morning can get old, leaving your taste buds as blah as you’re feeling about breakfast. Give yourself something to look forward to when starting your day, by adding just a little flavor with raw & unfiltered honey.
Toast. It’s delicious. But even your breakfast basics get old after a while. This new twist is sure to brighten your morning and fuel your day in a brand-new way.
Plain Greek Yogurt & Honey
Getting the plain stuff may not sound nearly as peachy as a vibrant yogurt cup with fruit on the bottom, but it’s pretty pertinent that you don’t fill your body with the added sugars found in the flavored cups. Whip in raw and unfiltered honey for vitamins, enzymes, and the flavor it’s missing!
Ditch the processed sugar and drizzle raw and unfiltered honey onto this giant bowl of Vitamin C. It’s the perfect mix of sweet and sour.
While this may seem like an unlikely couple, it’s the plot twist your taste buds have been asking for. This new take on toast is not only gluten-free, it’s delicious.
Oatmeal & Honey
Instant oatmeal can be packed full of added processed sugars and chemicals you don’t know the name of. It’s just as easy to make your own oats and sweeten with honey. If you’re feeling adventurous, mix in some apple slices and our cinnamon creamed honey for a breakfast so good you’ll want it for dessert too.
This one is almost a no-brainer. Almond butter? Yum. Bagel? All day, every day. Honey? Yes, please! This easy breakfast pairing is perfect for the whole family. (For those who can’t have nuts, try sunflower butter – it still hits the spot)
Berries & Honey
Blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, oh my! Drizzle a little raw and unfiltered honey over your favorite assortment of berries for a refreshing treat to start your day off the right way.
Hot tea & Honey
Nothing wrong with sticking with a classic. Honey and tea have been together since day one, and we don’t plan on stopping now. There’s nothing like a little honey to make that tea go down smoother, especially on a chilly day.