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How to Make Creamed Honey

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Did you know that you can turn liquid honey into creamed honey in just a few minutes? If you have never had creamed honey on toast or with your fruit and other snacks, you are truly missing out.

Making creamed honey is a very simple process that uses regular honey which is whipped in a stand mixer or with an electric mixer until it is opaque and beautiful in color. Creating creamed honey does not change the flavor of original honey. It still has that amazing taste.

If you are a honey lover like me, then you will love how easy it is to take that pure honey from the grocery store or the farmers market to a whole new level. It has a delightfully creamy texture and it goes great with things like fresh fruit, ice cream, toast with peanut butter, a slice of warm bread, and more.

It's also great for saving the honey that is trying to hit that crystallization process.

How to Make Whipped Honey

I use honey in a lot of my dishes and my recipes, so I always have some honey that is starting to go bad.

One of my favorite recipes is my Honey Roasted Brussels Sprouts. Another great recipe is my Apple Biscuits with Honey Butter.

To make this delicious recipe, all you need to do is take the honey, place it in your stand mixer, and let it whip with the whisk attachment. It will have a lighter color and texture than smooth honey.

The longer you let it go, the creamier it will get. The spreadable quality of this honey is insane! And it goes great on a Sourdough Discard Bagel with Cream cheese.

The first time I made homemade creamed honey, I was blown away by how easy it is to make and how amazing the flavor is. For extra flavor, add some cinnamon spice to it as well.

You can use regular honey. It does not have to have honey crystals in it for it to work. Brand new honey straight from the jar works well also.

This recipe works best with room-temperature natural honey. If your honey is stored in the refrigerator, be sure to let it come to room temperature before trying to make the creamed honey.

I prefer to use raw honey because it contains anti-viral and anti-fungal properties as well as antioxidants, which help boost immune function and so many other amazing things.

Once you put the honey in the mixer, just let it go until it gets whipped and creamy. It usually takes 30 minutes or so for it to turn creamy.

What if I don't have a stand mixer?

If you do not have a stand mixer, you can use a handheld mixer. It will take a bit longer and your arm will be tired by the time you get done, but it can be done.

How to Store Creamed Honey

To store the honey, place it inside an airtight container at room temperature in a cool place that is also dark, like a cabinet. I like to use a glass jar to store my honey. It's a great way to give a gift to a friend. I add a little honey dipper on the side and some raffia to make it look festive.

Honey has a long shelf life so it should last a long time.

What are the health benefits of raw honey?

There have been clinical trials showing that raw honey can help wounds heal faster and reduce scarring.

It is also great for heart health. It helps regulate blood sugar and reduce inflammation. Not only is honey great for your heart, but it is also great for gut health. I use honey to help when I have indigestion.

We also opt for honey when it comes to a nasty cough. It works just like a cough drop and soothes an irritated throat. Raw honey has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties that help fight bacteria.

Just be careful how much honey you use because it is high in calories and sugar, so be sure and use it in moderation.

Here are a few of my favorite honey products

Check Out These Other Recipes That Use Honey

Not only is honey good on its own, but honey is great in all kinds of recipes, including the finest English tea.

Yield: 8 ounces

How to Make Creamed Honey

How to Make Creamed Honey

Creamed honey is a simple and easy way to use up honey that is starting to crystalize to give it a smooth consistency. Use it on toast, ice cream, and more.

Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 30 minutes
Total Time 35 minutes


  • 1 cup of honey


  1. Place the honey in the stand mixer with the whish attachment and whip on medium to medium-high for 30 minutes or until the mixture turns white and creamy.

Store in a glass jar at room temperature.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 129Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 2mgCarbohydrates: 35gFiber: 0gSugar: 35gProtein: 0g

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