There are so many valuable ingredients in Manuka Honey! Thank goodness because we all love to eat baked goods! Why sacrifice your guilty pleasure when you can replace sugar with honey? Manuka Honey is a perfect substitute for common sugars and sweeteners. Below is a chart that will help you when you are baking. But … Continue reading Manuka Honey Is a Perfect Sugar Substitute. Here’s a Handy Baking Guide!
What could be more fun than TV binge-watching with munching on a warm bowl of honey popcorn?
This recipe inspired by myrecipes.com. sparked my imagination! I am always looking for ideas to serve during a pool party. You want something that you can grab and eat with your fingers while sitting in the back yard. I would serve these chicken wings with lots of wet towelettes. Shopping List New Zealand Multiflora Honey … Continue reading Sticky Multiflora Honey Chicken Wings
Summer is nearing and we need plenty of hydration. But, how do we make drinking plain H2O interesting? How about making infused water? Colorful fruit infusions will make you want to drink more without the extra calories. Plus, It’s good for you. Here are a few tips to get you started: Ingredients: Any Pacific Resource … Continue reading Stay Hydrated with Fruit Infused Water.
Honeydew Honey from New Zealand is dark in color, with a similar taste to golden syrup or treacle. This runny honey does not crystallize in cooler temperatures and is delicious with plain yogurt, on toast, in drinks. So we thought we would try this with our favorite bread pudding recipe. We included our wildly popular Salted … Continue reading HoneyDew Honey Bread Pudding
Sugar has many forms and a favorite of many is Manuka honey. Whether consumed on its own or in combination with other ingredients to create a wonderful desert this form of sweetness is a nectar of the gods. Manuka honey as we know is from the Manuka tree of New Zealand and it contains the … Continue reading Manuka – a substitute for sugar
So, you’ve probably heard by now that there are different types of salt out there and if you haven’t you’ve been missing out! Unfortunately, salt is consumed in quantities in excess of what we need on a day-to-day basis but it has been found to be good sources of other trace minerals* that our bodies … Continue reading The Salty Facts