10 Random Uses For Honey

As an alternative to sugar in baking

If you've had a recent checkup that revealed less-than-ideal blood sugar levels or if you've developed a distaste for extremely sweet desserts as you age, honey can be a fantastic solution.


Honey can be used as a substitute for sugar in more than just baked goods. It can also be used to impart a subtle sugary flavor to tea, smoothies, baked beans, or anything else you wish to enhance!

Cheese topping

Consider including honey on the menu ? or, more precisely, the board ? if you're a devotee of charcuterie boards or the internet-famous girl dinner. It is recommended with a variety of cheeses to enhance their flavor.

Sore throat remedy

Tea and ice cream may be the most popular cold and flu season home remedies, but don't neglect honey. 

Water flavor

Similar to the use of honey as a sweetener in various preparations, the golden substance can also improve your daily hydration. Adding a bit to a glass or bottle of water will make it more enticing to consume and may have energizing effects.

Sunburn remedy

Move over, aloe vera; there's a new sunburn remedy in town. Similar to the liquid from the vibrant green plant, sunburned skin can be treated with honey.

Hair shine

Homemade hair treatments are not novel. Fruit, baking ingredients, eggs, and anything else found in the home have been combined by humans for centuries. And honey can be an excellent ingredient for promoting hair growth and shine. 

Homemade lip balm

Honey, like olive oil, is an excellent moisturizer, particularly for the delicate skin on your lips. Raw honey can be applied to dry lips, or it can be heated with coconut oil and lemon juice. 

Homemade facial cream

Honey can be used to create other moisturizing products besides chapstick. Melt some with coconut oil, tea tree oil, beeswax, shea butter, and/or cocoa butter, and allow to settle to create an excellent facial cream.

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