Honey is a great natural sweetener made by bees. It adds a delicious touch to any snack and provides some nutritional benefits too. Honey is rich in antioxidants and has antibacterial properties. Here are some recipes for honey snacks that are easy to make. Perfect for any time of day, they are sure to satisfy your cravings.
Healthy Honey Snacks Anyone Can Make
In cooking, using honey is often considered a healthier option to processed sugars or artificial sweeteners. It also has a lower glycemic index than sugar. A good thing for those of us concerned about blood sugar levels.
Here are some awesome recipes made using honey as a sweetener that anyone can make and enjoy.
Do you need a sweet, crunchy honey snack that’s easy to make? Look no further than Honey Joys! Made with just a few simple ingredients, including honey and cornflakes, these little bites are the perfect combination.
When you need something in hurry, they are a great inexpensive choice. They are also a fun activity to do with the kids. Grab your apron and whip up a batch of these delicious Honey Joys!
Get ready to enjoy these irresistible Honey Cupcakes! Made with rich, golden honey right in the recipe, these cupcakes are bursting with flavor and moistness.
And for an extra special touch, top them off with adorable sugar bees for a buzz-worthy presentation! Seriously who doesn’t love a cupcake – I can’t think of a better snack made with honey.
Unless you are allergic, you probably love a warm peanut butter cookie. But, they are often greasy and full of fat and calories.
These Honey Peanut Butter Cookies are made with whole wheat flour and natural honey. Packed with nutrients and a boost of protein, the perfect snack for any time of day.
Let your kids enjoy the fun of making and eating healthy gummy bears. Only 3 ingredients are needed for this recipe and one of them is honey! Better yet, wash those little hands and get them involved in the process too.
These Honey Roasted Pecans are honestly irresistible. Make extra to ensure you have some left to share! You only need a few ingredients to create nuts that are roasted to perfection with a sweet and savory glaze. The perfect natural honey snack for parties, game nights, or even a mid-day pick-me-up.
Sometimes we want a sweet treat that has a big punch of nutrition. Learn how to dehydrate pineapple with a light honey glaze. The dehydrated slices become a chewy, flavorful treat full of natural sweetness.
Made with peanut butter, honey and multi-grain cheerios, these delicious bars are easy to make and portable! They are a sweet snack but also contain fiber and other healthy nutrients. They require no baking and you can even keep them frozen for use in the future.
There is just something special about caramel apples. Perhaps they take us back to our childhood? This recipe uses honey instead of corn syrup (or tons of sugar) to make these delicious homemade honey caramel apples. Enjoy the sweet tangy taste sensation and add a little fiber to your diet. You don’t have to wait for Fall – enjoy them year-round.
If you want a slightly sweet honey snack that has lots of fiber and nutrients, these dehydrated honey cinnamon apples are just the thing. You can use any type of apple – I love Fuji – but others work well also. Properly dried – they last for months!
A fast and easy energy snack to keep on hand. You will love the simplicity of the ingredients. Peanut Butter, Honey and Oatmeal come together in a powerful bite. Easy to make and freeze for later use. They are a great treat for kids or adults.
There you have it! A collection of some of the yummiest honey snack options around. These simple snacks are easy to make and do not require a lot of ingredients. That’s what makes them so good.
They are also a bit healthier than some of the other options. We all know that we consume too much sugar as a society. If we can replace a portion of that with a natural sweetener – it has to be a good thing.
Taking honey from bees does not harm the colony if the beekeeper follows responsible practices.
Do keep in mind, honey is an excellent ingredient to include in your snacking recipes. However, it is a sugar and does have calories – so moderation is key.