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Milk and Honey Recipe

Milk and Honey Recipe


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Try an old classic: warm milk with honey is as soothing, warming, and delicious as it was when you were five. Try spicing it up with a little cocoa powder, a splash of honey, or a dash of cinnamon, cardamom, or any other spice that inspires you.

Ingredients

  • 8 Ounces milk
  • 1 Teaspoon honey
  • Dash cinnamon (optional)

Directions

Warm the milk and honey in a small saucepan until steaming. Do not boil. Stir to combine and add cinnamon if desired. Pour into mug and serve.

Nutritional Facts

Servings1

Calories Per Serving159

Folate equivalent (total)11µg3%

Riboflavin (B2)0.4mg22.7%


This Easy Milk and Honey Cake Is Guaranteed to Make You Happy

For Odette Williams , when it comes to baking, the simpler the better. The Australian cookbook writer has long found that the baked goods she invariably craves are often those in their simplest form, with few ingredients and limited ruffles.

Her newest cookbook, “ Simple Cake ,” is a testament to that, a sweeping look at baking cakes stemming from only a handful of recipes. Her book is filled with just 10 recipes for cakes and 15 toppings, coupled with a number of creative ways to amp up certain recipes or pair bases with toppings

Armed with “Simple Cake,” cakes will become a sweet that isn’t merely reserved for celebrations. “I really incorporated cake into the everyday,” Odette explains. “It wasn’t just birthdays or occasions.” Odette’s cakes sit more along the line of: Hey, I have a friend coming over and I’m going to push a quick cake into the oven.

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“It wasn’t like you were having cake with all these layers and buttercreams sitting around for days,” she says. Instead, you’re baking cakes with the ingredients already found in your house—minus any esoteric arrangements and pastry chef frills. “[Cakes] had gotten kind of ridiculous and comical. To me, the kind of cake I love and actually want to eat are the ones that are still warm, impatiently cut—that’s delicious and that’s what I want in my every day,” she explains.

The best place to start? Odette’s self-care cake. This golden-brown round cake is buoyed by a mixture of honey and milk, finished off with a dusting of confectioner’s sugar or a swiping of pillowy honey whipped cream. There’s a simplicity to the flavor profile that makes it homey and a tad old-fashioned, a wonderful combination of nostalgia, comfort, and warm wedges of soft sponge.

“Something about it was so nurturing,” Odette says. “I remember just sitting down and having a cup of tea and thinking this is a cake for yourself. We bake for other people, but this cake is for yourself.”

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Not only does it taste good, but Odette admits that there’s something deeply therapeutic and relaxing about making something with your hands. Baking both forces her to be present and find her happy place: in front of the oven, smelling the sweet aroma of a cake rising.

“When you learn something new, you just feel good. You feel that the stars have turned,” she says. “And then if you live with people, they’ll just love you for it. It’s a win win.”

Ahead, Odette’s recipe for a self-care cake. The recipe is enough for two layers, but Odette maintains that the recipe can be split in half, or the second round can be frozen for a rainy day. It can be served just as is, but you’d be remiss not to paint the cooled top with a pile of honey whipped cream.

Reprinted with permission from “Simple Cake” by Odette Williams, copyright © 2019. Photographs by Nicole Franzen. Published by Ten Speed Press, a division of Penguin Random House, Inc.

Milk and Honey Cake Recipe

Very subtle, not overly sweet, slightly tangy, and so delicate. I promise you that peeling the buttery, sweet disk of parchment paper off this cake will be a glorious moment. I’m a sucker for a jar of artisanal honey, so I often play around baking this cake using different flavor- infused honeys such as sage, lavender, thyme, and ginger. Don’t be tempted to bake the whole batter in one pan. This cake shines when it has less time in the oven. That’s why I divide it between pans or bake cupcakes that require less baking time. Because of the honey, make sure you line the bottom and sides of the pans with parchment paper to stop the exterior of the cake from taking on too much color and sticking to the sides, creating crumbly edges.


How to Make This Communion Bread

This is a straightforward dough to make. Here are the ingredients you&rsquoll need:

  • whole milk
  • unsalted butter
  • active dry yeast
  • bread flour
  • honey
  • fine sea salt

The dough is made with a modified straight dough method.

Straight dough means you just dump everything in the mixing bowl at one time.

For this bread, you have to do a couple more steps, but it is still easy to make. Here&rsquos the rundown:

  1. Heat the milk and butter until the butter is melted. Allow to cool to no more than 120F.
  2. Dump the yeast in the mixer bowl.
  3. On top of the yeast, add the flour and honey.
  4. Add the salt.
  5. Pour the warm milk and butter on top.
  6. Mix and knead.

Tips for making this Heavenly Hunks copycat recipe

As I was trying to come up with this recipe, I went down the ingredient list on the bag and included the ingredients I know most people have on hand. The following ingredients are ones I subbed out for other things:

  • Sorghum flour: while some people may have this, it’s not common in most pantries. I used oat flour (just ground up oats) instead in my copycat version.
  • Brown rice syrup: You can actually find brown rice syrup at most grocery stores, but there’s also a number of other liquid sweeteners you can use (I list those below).
  • Palm oil: I subbed unrefined coconut oil, but you can also use refined coconut oil. You’ll just have a richer coconut taste with the unrefined.
  • Potato starch: I omitted this.
  • Cane sugar: I just left it out.

Keep the following things in mind too when you read through my version of copycat oatmeal cookie Heavenly Hunks recipe:

  • If you don’t have tapioca flour/starch, you can also sub in arrowroot starch.
  • If you want to cut the sugar or sweetness level down some, just omit the brown sugar.
  • For the coconut oil, don’t try to sub in any oil that is liquid at room temperature. They won’t hold together well. I haven’t tested this, but I bet you could sub in peanut butter (or another nut butter) here and they’d work just fine too! And have another added flavor!
  • Liquid sweetener: there are so many options here… brown rice syrup, corn syrup, agave nectar, maple syrup. I tested this recipe (tough work , I know) with all of these and the best was the corn syrup. (Remember corn syrup, I buy this one, is completely different than high fructose corn syrup.) Agave nectar turned out well too, but you need to add 2 Tbsp more of tapioca flour because of the texture difference. While delicious, maple syrup has a strong flavor so they tasted good but not like the original Heavenly Hunks cookies I love so much.

Also, if you’re interested in any of my other no bake cookie-type recipes, make sure to check out my Low Sugar Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Bites and my Low Sugar No Bake Brownie Bites!

And if you have zero interest in making my version of these cookies, you can also order Heavenly Hunks straight from their website too!


Here&rsquos other copycat Starbucks beverages to try

Have a cup with a yummy honey oat muffin


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Milk and Honey Recipe

Earlier this morning I posted about how I made almond butter. This made me think of peanut butter, which made me think of honey (and now you have a sneak peak into how my train of thought works!). Honey is one of my favorite things. Chocolate doesn’t do much for me, but give me peanut butter mixed with honey any day and I’m a happy camper.

Thinking about honey made me think of milk and honey. Sure, I’ve heard that phrase many times, but never really thought about it. Do people really mix milk and honey? Is it any good? I decided to find out.

After searching, I found a few recipes, but I wasn’t crazy about how they sounded. So, I decided to come up with my own version.

Before I get to my recipe creation, I want to share a tip. If you need to measure honey, or any ingredient that is sticky, then you can do something really simple to help. Coat your measuring spoon or cup with oil before adding the sticky ingredient.

Summary: I came up with my own recipe for milk and honey. It has just a hint of honey, so it isn’t overwhelmingingly sweet.

Ingredients:

  • 8 oz. milk (I use nonfat – the higher the fat content, the richer the results)
  • 1 teaspoon honey
  • 1/2 teaspoon vanilla

Instructions:

  1. Add all ingredients to a small pot, and cook it on low to medium-low heat.
  2. Stir the mixture as it heats to evenly mix the honey. Be careful not to let the mixture boil. Cook until the milk is fully heated and there is no honey sticking to the bottom of the pot.
  3. Pour into a cup and let it cool. Enjoy!

Quick notes:

If you like your drinks a bit sweeter, you can add more honey.

Preparation time: 5 minute(s)

Number of servings (yield): 1

My rating 5 stars: ★★★★★ 1 review(s)

You can see me drink the results of my creation for the first time in the video below. I created it, but hadn’t tried it yet. I also hadn’t let it cool enough before I drank it. Now that it has cooled, it is even better. The subtle taste of honey is more pronounced than when it was hotter.

Honey is one of nature’s most amazing foods. I seem to recall hearing somewhere that it is the only food that doesn’t go bad. Apparently, there was 2,000 year old honey discovered that was still edible. Not sure I’d want to be the one taste testing that one…

Does honey help pollen allergies improve? Yep. It might seem a bit backwards, but apparently honey made from bees in your local area helps your body build up immunities to the pollen in your area. I learned that one from my daughter’s allergist. My daughter isn’t too big on honey, but maybe I can entice her with this milk and honey recipe.


Milk And Honey Corn On the Cob

Nothing says summer like fresh, sweet corn on the cob. We love grabbing a few ears of corn at our local farmer’s market or grocery store. There are a million-and-one ways to prepare corn on the cob grilling is definitely one of our favorites – the char on the corn from the grill not only looks pretty but adds great flavor. Boiling corn is another cooking method, and we’ve got a way to use that pot to our advantage, infusing the corn kernels with a sweet buttery creaminess that will make everyone cheer for corn!

We give our corn a spa treatment in a bath of warm milk and honey. The corn bubbles and simmers away in this sweet infusion of flavor and comes out perfect every time. Leave the corn in for as long as you like – longer for softer kernels, shorter for firm kernels. We like it somewhere in between, al dente like pasta, and we can’t get over how sweet and savory this turns out. A sprinkle of salt and pepper, if you like, at the end is just about all we need to achieve corn nirvana.

This is great for your next picnic or potluck – corn on the cob is the very definition of summertime and fun with family and friends. Corn on the cob is already naturally sweet, but we really like enhancing its natural sweetness with this combination of milk and honey. Everyone will rave about the corn and want to know the secret to your recipe. Corn is such a versatile food, it’s great spicy, roasted, and it’s especially delicious when it’s been boiled in this sweet and creamy mixture. We hope you enjoy it as much as we do!


Milk and Honey Iced Coffee

I just made this! So delicious! Except I really had to force myself to take my time and sip it. It’s so tasty I easily could have chugged it in less than a minute.

This deliciously milky sweet iced coffee brought to you by Nespresso.

Milk and Honey Iced Coffee: oh, you sweet, roasty, light, milky perfection.

No, wait, just reread that one more time. The fact that I can use all those describing words together to try to transfer this heavenly drink through the computer and into your mouth is proof that there is a magic trick involved here.

That magic trick has a name called Nespresso VertuoLine System. It takes that small space on my kitchen counter and creates a kind of homemade coffee shop fairy tale where *poof* I’m sitting out on the deck with a cute mug of iced coffee complete with striped paper straw and bonus –> I am still wearing my ratty high school hoodie and yogies and my hair is in a bedhead braid. Coffee shop in the house, yo.

The story of coffee in my life started back in high school. I know, shame on my 18-year-old self for drinking caffeine. I think I was tricking myself into being ready for college, where I would go on to be a “coffee” drinker slash champion guzzler of candy flavored creamers. Gah.

Then came married life – with two coffee drinkers in the fam, we got a single serve coffee maker with the little capsules and buttons and all that sparkly jazz. It was fun, but then it quit working and it took up a lot of space and created unnecessary waste (honestly, why has someone not come up with a recyclable single serve coffee capsule yet?) and so, long story short, we parted ways and haven’t looked back.

Currently we’re in Phase: French Press. Yummy yum yum. We love the French press and it’s used every morning in our house for the two rounds of daily coffee. Bjork is the champion coffee grinder and water steeper, so he and the French press have something special going on. I just reap the roasty-delicious-warmth-in-a-mug-yes-I-CAN-get-out-of-bed benefits and I do. not. complain.

In the last two years, I’ve really had two defining coffee experiences that have led us to this newest coffee phase that includes that wonderful thing called Iced Espresso Drinks.

First, when we were in the Philippines, for the life of me, I could not drink hot coffee. I’d wake up and step out of our intensely air conditioned bedroom only to be hit by a wall of smothering, honestly not to be dramatic but I’m totally serious almost nauseating heat. I think this started a trend for me to move away from coffee. Sadness on multiple levels, I know. I just couldn’t do it anymore. My love for all things coffee revived once we got back to the ice land of Minnesota, but I feel like it never fully recovered. Like, coffee. Okay sure meh.

Secondly, just not that long ago when we went on vacation with Bjork’s family, I decided to order an Americano during one of our must-have coffee stops. HELLO AMAZING this is the kind of coffee I’ve been dreaming about all my life but I just never knew this was it. And so it began: my ❤ journey with espresso. I like it and I want it and I need more of it on all of the days.

Conveniently, this was also about the time that we got the chance to try out a Nespresso VertuoLine System, which, uhh yahh, makes espresso. Annnnd makes you feel like you might be living in the future thanks to the one button phenomenon. It’s the single serving capsule thing all over again, but with extremely delicious coffee that even gets a little frothy on top. F-r-o-t-h-y. It’s creamy + rich + yummy to begin with, and then you go and add that milk and honey, shake it up with some ice, and plunk a cute little straw in that mason jar.

Put on your happy pants, frands. This is the oh my simplest wonderful thing of summer.

(And yes I did pack the Nespresso up and bring it to the cabin with me this week. with the straws, obvi.)


Time to Get Your Manuka Honey On!

There you have it – our top 15 manuka honey recipes that aren’t just exceptionally tasty, but exceptionally good for you too!

Remember, manuka honey is an excellent source of vitamins and minerals and contains an average of four times more nutrients per serving than regular raw honey.

Along with promoting skin healing, fighting deadly bacteria, and improving digestive function, the health benefits go on and on.

We hope you’ve found the perfect manuka honey recipe among this list, whether you’re after a beverage, breakfast, lunch, dinner, or dessert. Why not start at the top and work your way through the list?

Or simply pick the recipe that takes your fancy the most, before sampling other manuka honey foods or drinks. Trust us, your body will thank you for it!

Melanie Clarke is the founder of Whim Online Magazine, an online magazine based in Australia that has a strong focus on whimsical + dreamy photography, as well as art and fashion content.


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