Madame Babineau’s Lavender Honey
This honey smells so divine. I love adding it to my morning Earl Grey tea.
24 hour prep time, 15 mins cook time, makes 1 cup
- 2 Tbsp lavender blossoms
- 1 cup honey
Heat honey until thinned. Stir in lavender. Pour into a container (I used a mason jar) and cover at room temperature for 24 hours. Warm again and strain.
- lavender is believed to have so many health benefits including being anti-inflammatory, helping with digestive issues and relieving pain. Combined with the antibacterial and sore throat soothing honey and this little infusion packs a powerful punch!
- honey is believed to have been consumed by humans since the Stone Age. Prehistoric rock drawings were found of people harvesting honey that date back to 8000 BC.
- Honey never goes bad. The oldest honey has been found in the tombs of Ancient Egyptians over 3000 years old- and it’s still edible!
- I found organic food grade lavender blossoms on Amazon here. you can easily heat the honey in the microwave for 30 seconds
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