October 09, 2016
This recipe, from 2013, is one of my first attempts at modifying an existing recipe to include honey instead of sugar. I found it on the printed pages of the Ottawa Citizen, but turns out it originates from Bon Appetit magazine. I made a few other modifications – we usually use squash for our pumpkin pie – yes, squash makes the best pumpkin pie! I also didn't use crystallized ginger as in the original recipe, but maybe I'll try that next time.
Makes: Two 9-inch (23-cm) pies (about 8 servings)
Serve with dollops of whipped cream to taste. You can make this recipe with or without the topping. I've done it both ways and everyone loves it as the final touch to a Thanksgiving dinner!
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October 05, 2021
This light and fluffy honey butter is whipped to perfection, and creates a sweet but savoury addition to your next dinner. We are willing to bet that you won't just keep this recipe around for the holidays!
September 16, 2021
Like us, some dogs also have digestive problems. That's why we like to use ingredients that will not only satisfy our furry friends taste buds, but also help aid in digestion.
In moderation, honey is a good addition to your dogs diet. Honey can help with skin problems such as insect bites, eczema, scrapes and scratches, as it can reduce inflammation and its enzymes can stimulate skin growth. Pro and prebiotic's can aid in healthy digestion while helping with upset stomachs.