25 Ways to Incorporate Honey Into Your Daily Routine

Did you know honey can be used in a variety of ways to enhance your lifestyle? Some people use it on top of pancakes and some make their own cough suppressant. That is one of the neat things about honey - It's an incredibly versatile ingredient with countless health benefits. So, whether you use it with your tried-and-true recipes or if you are looking for more ways to incorporate into your daily routine, we are here to help with some inspiration!

Here are 25 easy ways to incorporate more honey into your daily routine:


1. Natural Sweetener

Use honey as a natural sweetener for tea or coffee, replacing refined sugars with a healthier alternative.

2. Breakfast Topping

Drizzle honey on pancakes, waffles, or toast for a delightful start to your day.

3. Cough Suppressant

Take a spoonful of honey as a cough suppressant, it's a traditional remedy that works wonders.

4. Skin Care

Create a honey face mask to moisturize and soothe your skin. Its natural antibacterial properties can also help clear out blemishes.

5. Baking Substitute

Substitute honey for sugar in baking recipes. It not only adds a unique flavor but also keeps your baked goods moist longer.

6. Honey Glaze

Add a delicious honey glaze to roasted vegetables or meats. It will add a sweet and tangy touch to your dishes.

7. Energy Booster

Honey can be used as an energy booster before or after a workout. Its natural sugars provide a quick energy kick.

8. Allergy Relief

Suffer from seasonal allergies? Take a spoonful of local raw honey. It's thought to help build tolerance against local pollen.

9. Salad Dressing

Use honey in your favorite homemade salad dressings. Its sweetness can balance out the tartness of vinegar or lemon juice.

10. Smoothie Sweetener

Add honey to fruit smoothies or juices. Besides enhancing the sweetness, it also adds a boost of nutrients.

11. Snack Enhancer

Snacking on the go? Make granola bars or protein balls with honey. It's a healthier alternative to store-bought snacks.

12. Sore Throat Soother

Mix 2 TBSP of honey with warm water or tea to soothe a sore throat. Its anti-inflammatory properties can help reduce swelling and pain.

13. Wound Healing

Use honey to promote wound healing for minor cuts or burns. Its natural antibacterial properties can help prevent infections.

14. Cocktail Syrup

Create a honey syrup for your favorite cocktail recipes. It adds a rich sweetness that enhances the overall flavor of your drinks.

15. DIY Beauty Products

Use honey in homemade lip balm or lotion. It not only moisturizes but also leaves a sweet scent on your skin.

16. Heartburn Remedy

Combine honey with apple cider vinegar for a natural remedy for heartburn. Both ingredients are known for their health benefits.

17. Marinade

Use honey as a marinade for chicken or pork. It adds a sweet flavor that complements the meat's natural taste.

18. Soothing Tea

Try honey with ginger and lemon for a soothing tea when you have a cold. Its antiviral properties can help speed up recovery.

19. Hair Mask

Mix honey with avocado for a hair mask that leaves your hair moisturized and shiny. It's a natural conditioner that's great for dry hair.

20. Anti-inflammatory Face Mask

Try honey with turmeric and apply it to your face for its anti-inflammatory benefits. It can help reduce redness and inflammation.

21. Insomnia Remedy

Use honey as a natural remedy for insomnia. Its sweetness can trigger your brain to shut off orexin, a neurotransmitter that keeps you alert.

22. Ice Cream Topping

Top your favorite ice cream sundae with honey, berries, and sunflower seeds for a unique and tasty dessert.

23. Heartburn Relief

Try honey with apple cider vinegar for a natural remedy for heartburn. This combination can help neutralize stomach acid.

24. Gourmet Gift

Put together a gift basket with honey and other kitchen goodies. It's a thoughtful and tasty gift for food lovers.

25. Homemade Jams and Jellies

Add honey to homemade jams and jellies. It adds a unique flavor and natural sweetness that you can't get from sugar alone.

So, the next time you open a jar of Adee Honey, think beyond tea and toast. There's a whole world of honey usage waiting to be explored!