I’ve been fascinated by the idea of infused honey for some time, and after I tried it for the first time I was blown away by its pure decadence. I freely admit that I like to eat a bit of raw honey right off the spoon. If it’s infused honey, you might want to hide the jar from me.
Infused honey is one of the easiest things to make, ever. If you have made an herbal tincture or vanilla extract, you can make an infused honey. The principles are simple and extremely hard to mess up!
I use two methods — one slowly without heat, thus preserving all of honey’s nutritional benefits, and the other with a gentle heat over a period of a couple hours. The latter does destroy some (but not all) of honey’s health benefits. Both methods create a delicious cinnamon-infused honey.
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