by Manuka Honey Team June 19, 2020 3 min read
If you’re wanting to reduce the amount of sugar in your child’s diet then Manuka Honey is a great substitute. It’s a natural wholefood with added nutritional benefits so they get the sweet taste they love without the refined sugar.
There are so many healthy and fun ways to use Manuka Honey from drizzling onto pancakes and porridge (try this great squeezy bottle), adding a spoonful to smoothies and incorporating into your favourite healthy baking treats. Substituting golden syrup and maple syrup with honey in recipes also works really well.
Here is an easy home-made treat to make for snack time and lunchboxes:
2 cups flour (plus more for dusting)
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
1 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/2 cup coconut oil
1/2 cup Manuka Honey
3 large eggs
1 1/2 cups mashed bananas
1/4 cup plain yoghurt
This UMF certified 5+ Manuka Honey with a guaranteed MGO content of 83+ is a perfect everyday UMF Manuka Honey in an easy to use squeezy format. Quality has not been compromised.
This Manuka, Beechwood and Kamahi Blend Honey is 100% raw and unpasteurised, nothing has been added or removed. Conveniently packaged in a non drip, squeezable bottle.
This product range is a perfect blend of Happy Valleys premium tasting Multifloral Manuka Honey, in a convenient squeezy format. Taste has not been compromised- nor has the quality of your honey.
Lazu mono-floral honey is 100% NZ natural raw honey collected by the NZ honey bee from the Manuka flower. No additional processing has taken place (pasteurised, fine filtered or creamed) preserving the nutritious elements within the honey.
The distinctly rich flavour of the Manuka Honey makes it a versatile product. It can be used as a spread, as a natural sweetener, or eaten straight from the spoon. Low sodium, fat free, gluten free.
Northland produced Manuka honey is particularly special. Its characteristic dark caramel colour and rich aroma and robust taste set Northland grown Manuka Honeys apart from other Manuka Honeys.
Manuka Honey should not be given to infants under the age of one.
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