Lots of ways to use Lucy's London Honey
For the last 8000 years, the ancient foodstuff - honey has been harvested, and, during that time, we have enjoyed its flavours and health benefits. Here are a few ways Lucy's London Honey can be used, from drinks that gym enthusiast enjoys, drinks that act as a natural remedy to cold and flu and even beverages that everyone can incorporate in their day to day lives. The recommended honey needed should be 100% pure honey and unpasteurised for the recipes below. Many 'over-the-counter' honey tends to be mixed with ingredients like corn syrup to reduce the cost. Besides, the producers of these honey tend to pasteurise their product, losing the nutrients. The honey provided in Lucy's London Honey is 100% pure and raw.
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Banana and Honey:
The ‘Banana and Honey’ is a simple but delicious recipe that can be enjoyable for people of all ages. You will require a smoothie a blender.
- Milk - cows milk, almond milk or even oat milk, any type of milk will be sufficient.
- A banana - One way to make sure the drink is flavoursome is to make sure that the banana you will be using is overripe (not rotten) this means that the milk will be lovely.
Lucy's London Honey - we recommend to add a teaspoon of honey or add as much as you want.
Put all the ingredients in the blender - if you want the smoothie to be thinner, add water to your taste.
Place the drink in a cup and enjoy.
Honey Ginger Lemon Tea
Honey, ginger, lemon tea (HGL tea) is usually prescribed for when you have cold and flu symptoms, the tea helps relieve the symptoms and helps with digestive issues. In addition to that, the tea is excellent for the skin; it detoxifies your system and strengthens the immune system. A good thing about this tea is that it is effortless to make, the ingredients are:
Honey - As much as you want
Lemon - 1 Lemon sliced
Ginger - Smashed and roughly chopped
Let the water boil, after the water boils place the lemon and ginger, let the tea simmer for 25-30 mins (until you can smell the strong scent). Then place into induvial teacups and add a teaspoon of honey.
Honey in protein shakes
By using honey to add flavour to protein shakes; they have natural sugars and boost the immune system. A teaspoon of honey can do wonders.
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Honey can be incorporated in your day to day lives through the drinks that people enjoy, from the banana and honey shake to the gym enthusiast protein shake and many more. Make sure to check out Lucy's London Honey to see our range of 100% pure and unpasteurised honey