Lavender-Infused Honey & Orange-Infused Honey

Say, “Good-bye” to boring honey. For real. Go ahead– I’ll wait.

Honey by itself is good, but why shouldn’t it be irresistible? I can’t think of a reason. Lavender and orange, can’t go wrong with those flavors. Both are tasty in lattes, baked goods, and anywhere else you routinely use honey.

Not only will you be doing cartwheels over how delicious your morning coffee is, you will congratulate yourself on being a master chef, *applause and cheering* because each honey flavor requires only two ingredients and you can make them both in 10 minutes. *dorky smirk and eyebrow raising*

I do have to say that honey is still sugar and I know that lavender and orange are you favorite flavors, but don’t go sticking a straw in the jar and sippin’ the day away. You will have a stomach ache and your dentist will be sending me an angry email. Just try to control yourself, okay. *she says to herself*

Ok, enough babbling. Let’s get to those recipes.

   

Print Recipe
Lavender Honey & Orange Honey
Extremely easy, 2 ingredient lavender-infused and orange-infused honey recipes.
Prep Time 5-10 minutes
Cook Time 1 minutes
Servings
cup of each flavor
Ingredients
Lavendar Honey
Orange Honey
Prep Time 5-10 minutes
Cook Time 1 minutes
Servings
cup of each flavor
Ingredients
Lavendar Honey
Orange Honey
Instructions
Lavendar Honey
  1. Heat the honey in a glass container for 1 minute.
  2. Pour into a jar.
  3. Hold the lavender sprigs so the flower side is facing down and push into the hot honey.
  4. Let sit for 5-7 days, gently turning and flipping the jar every day to ensure that the flavor disperses.
  5. Once you are satisfied with the flavor, remove the lavender sprigs and discard.
Orange Honey
  1. Heat the honey in a glass contained for 1 minute.
  2. Mix in the grated orange peel.
  3. Let sit for 5-7 days, gently turning and flipping the jar every day to ensure that the flavor disperses. You can try to fish out the orange peel pieces when you are satisfied with the flavor if you prefer. I like to leave mine in the honey.
Share this Recipe