Honey is made up of natural sugars such as fructose, glucose, maltose and sucrose, (but all varieties vary upon ratios) so is the perfect substitute for sugar when you're baking and they will last longer in the cake tin as it will absorb and retain more moisture thus staying softer, and flavoursome.
Pour a cup of your choice of milk into your blender, along with 2 tablespoons of natural Yogurt, and chopped fruit or veg. Bananas, stone fruit, berries work well. Then add a tablespoon of Nannup Brook Farm Honey, our favourite is Vanilla Nature's Nectar. Whizz it all together to the consistency you like and glug, and glug and glug, til it is no more.
Drizzle your favourite Nannup Brook Farm Honey over your roast vegetable. Carrots, parsnips, pumpkin and sweet potato create wonders with a touch of basting.
And it go's without saying, Honey glazed Ham
Honey Soy Sticky Chook
Marinate free range chicken or pork tenderloins, with a dash of light soy sauce, grated ginger, 2 crushed garlic cloves, a squeeze of lemon juice and 2 generous tablespoons of Nannup Brook Farm Honey, by submerging together and leaving in the fridge for as long as possible, preferably at least 5 hours. Pour a dash of Rice Bran oil in a hot wok, allow to heat through then sizzle your meat until brown and slightly crispy. Serve on a bed of sticky coconut rice with a sprig of fresh coriander and crushed cashews. Dee-lish
Nannup Brook Farm natural Western Australian Honey