HONEY

Did you know local honey can help combat allergies? It’s made from the nectar bees forage (by consuming it, digesting it and regurgitating it back up) and is full of natural sweetness, antioxidants, fatty acids and energy boosting properties. We go to great lengths to enjoy local honey, pollen and beeswax and recommend everyone adding some form of honey to their diet. Enjoy some of our honey posts and recipes below!

Favorite Honey Recipe: Coming Soon

The Lills Food Honey

HONEY LEMON BRUSSELS SPROUTS RECIPE

Brussels Sprouts can go wrong so very quickly when it comes to cooking them. We finally figured out a great way to sweeten them up and change their flavor profile up a bit! Now, we can’t get enough and have even gotten the thumbs up from a certain family member...

HONEY ROASTED PEANUTS RECIPE

We’re nuts about nuts! There are so many things you can do with them, and they’re great on their own. To get even more flavor out of your nuts and seeds, try toasting them for fuller flavor. This is just one salty sweet good-for-you snack that you can make...

TOMATO SKIN FACE MASKS

Did you know by eating tomatoes, you can naturally protect your skin from the sun? Lycopene, which tomatoes are full of, fights aging, shrinks pores and de-greases skin. Applying tomato straight to the skin regularly, shows a decrease in pore size. It naturally leaves...

CHOCOLATE HONEY COCONUT MINIS TREAT DAY RECIPE

We’ve really learned how to curb our cravings and eat in moderation (creatively)! One of our new favorite treats are our delicious chocolate honey coconut minis! One bite fulfills our need for a sugar-boost and it’s surprising how long we can make 6 little...

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