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Air Fryer Honey Sticky Buns

Air Fryer Honey Sticky Buns

Is there anything tastier and better smelling than a fresh baked sticky bun? We think not. 

These sticky buns are gluten and dairy free too, but you can always use regular butter and such. The real star is the  Manuka Honey because who says you can’t have your sticky bun and get your daily dose of immune support too? 

These sticky buns are made healthier with spelt flour, and are sweetened with honey instead of refined-sugar. Instead of baking in the oven, we pop them in the air fryer for the perfect bake! Yum! 

Ingredients:

Dough

  • 3 Cups spelt flour 
  • 3 Tsp baking powder
  • 1 Cup almond milk
  • 2 Tsp apple cider vinegar
  • 2 Tsp pure vanilla extract
  • 2 Tbsp PRI Manuka Honey 5+
  • 6 Tbsp coconut oil (Melted)

Filling

  • 1 Tbsp vegan butter
  • 2 Tbsp PRI Manuka Honey 5+
  • 1.5 Tbsp cinnamon 
  • 1/4 Cup pecans (Chopped)

Honey Caramel

  • 1 Can coconut milk (We used @edwardandsons Native Forest)
  • 1/3 Cup + 1 tbsp PRI Manuka Honey 5+
  • 2 Tsp vanilla extract 
  • 1 Tablespoon coconut oil
  • 1 Cup pecans (Chopped)

Instructions:

  1. In a small bowl, whisk almond milk and apple cider vinegar to create a dairy-free “buttermilk”. Let it sit for 8-10 minutes and then whisk in vanilla, coconut oil, and manuka honey.
  2. In a large bowl, whisk spelt four with baking powder. Then combine the dry ingredients with the wet ingredients aka the dairy-free “buttermilk”. Use a spatula and stir until you have a dough ball that is well incorporated. 
  3. Place the dough on a parchment paper surface and spread some spelt flour on the parchment so the dough doesn’t stick. Roll out the dough into a rectangle with parchment paper between the rolling pin so it doesn’t stick. 
  4. Next spread vegan slightly melted or room temperature butter across the rectangle, leaving a border at the edges. After the butter, spread honey. Next, sift 1.5-2 tablespoons of cinnamon over the butter/honey mixture. Finally top with crushed pecans. 
  5. The next step is to roll the dough into a log. Use the parchment paper to help you roll the dough, make sure you press tightly to create a beautiful cinnamon roll texture and those drool-worthy layers. 
  6. Use a thread or sharp knife to slice the sticky buns.
  7. The next step is to create the honey caramel. Bring coconut milk, manuka honey, coconut oil and vanilla to a boil in a saucepan. Give it a good sturn and let it boil on high for about 15 minutes until the mixture is reduced by half. Turn the heat down if you think it will boil over. Remove from heat, give it a good stir and let cool. 
  8. Then in an air-fryer friendly baking pan (that will fit in your air fryer) place a round piece of parchment paper on the bottom. Pour the caramel on the bottom, then top with chopped pecans. Next, add your sticky bun dough. Bake at 400F for 10-12 minutes. Each air-fryer may vary so check periodically until cooked through. Remove from the air fryer, let cool and enjoy!

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Air Fryer Honey Oat Flour Bagels

Air Fryer Honey Oat Flour Bagels

National Bagel Day bold statement alert! You will never buy bagels at the grocery store again after you make these! 6 ingredients, gluten free, yeast free and made in the air fryer...the texture is *insert chefs’ kiss here*  

Our Honey Oat Flour bagels are great plain or you could also top them with Everything Bagel seasoning, sesame seeds or really anything else you want! 

There is no waiting for the dough to rise which means your bagel craving can be satiated in under 30 minutes aka less time than that trip to the store for those other “bagels” 😉 You could even make the dough the night before and then pop em in the air fryer for that just baked bagel experience.  Since the MGO in the manuka will not be killed off by the heat, these are also a tasty way to add a little natural boost to your morning!

Air Fryer Honey Oat Flour Bagels

These delicious honey oat bagels are gluten-free, yeast-free refined sugar-free, and are made in the air fryer! 

Yields: 2 large bagels or 4-5 mini bagels (Double the recipe for 4 large bagels)

Ingredients:

  • 1 ¼ Cup Oat Flour (Sifted)
  • 150G Dairy-free Unsweetened Yogurt (We used Oatly)
  • 2 Tbsp PRI Manuka Honey
  • 1 Tsp Baking Powder
  • ¼ Tsp PRI Fine Sea Salt
  • ⅛ Cup Unsweetened Almond Milk  

Instructions:

  1. If you’re making your own oat flour. Place oats in a high speed blender until no clumps remain. Sift the flour and then measure it again.
  2. In a large bowl, add oat flour, baking powder, and sea salt. Whisk well. Then add in the yogurt and honey. Stir the batter well until a dough ball begins to form. If it’s too sticky add 1 tbsp of oat flour at a time until it’s not too wet.
  3. Cover a surface with parchment paper and cover your hands in oat flour, spread some on the parchment and then place your dough on the parchment paper. 
  4. Section it into equal parts and then roll a ball of dough in your hand, flatten it out and then use your index finger to form the hole of the bagel. Repeat until done. 
  5. Next, cut out a round sheet of parchment paper to fit your air fryer.
  6. Place the bagels in the air fryer, usually two at a time depending on size.
  7. Brush the top lightly with almond milk and air fry at 350F for 7-10 mins, depending on size and air fryer. 
  8. Remove and let cool on a cooling rack before slicing. Enjoy!

 

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Air Fryer Honey Apple Pie Bombs

Air Fryer Honey Apple Pie Bombs

Our recent poll indicated you wanted to see two things: more air fryer recipes and more healthy dessert recipes… we figured why not give you both at the same time!

Thus, our Air Fryer Honey Apple Pie Bombs have arrived! These channel all the holiday feels without all the holiday effort. Only five ingredients and the hardest part is...wait, there is no hard part! 

Serve these to round out our holiday sheet pan meal (Part 1, Part 2) plan, or bring to your office potluck or holiday parties and share just how delicious the benefits of Manuka Honey can be. 

Ingredients:

  • 1 Can of premade biscuits (We used Immaculate Baking)
  • 5-6 Large apples (We used honeycrisp)
  • ⅔ Cup PRI Manuka Honey 5+
  • 1 Lemon (Juiced) 
  • 2-3 Tsp Cinnamon             

     

Instructions:

  1. Peel, core and slice your apples into small pieces. Place them in a large pot and add the juice of one lemon. Add ⅓ cup manuka honey into the pot and stir until well combined throughout. Let it sit for 10 minutes. 
  2. While the apples are sitting, open your biscuits. You should have 8 biscuits. Separate each biscuit into two layers, it should be easy to spread apart. Roll the biscuit out with a rolling pin to 3-4 inch circle in diameter, use parchment paper between the rolling pin so it doesn't stick if needed.
  3. Place the pot on medium heat, add ⅓ cup more manuka honey and the cinnamon. Stir often for 20 minutes. The liquid should absorb mostly until the apples form a beautiful golden and thick apple filling. 
  4. Once the  biscuit dough is rolled out place 1 tbsp of filling in the dough and pinch the edges up like a bao bun to form a circle. Pinch in the corners well so no filling comes out when cooked.
  5. Preheat your air fryer to 350F. Spray the air fryer with cooking spray or oil and then place in your batch. Cook for 7-9 minutes, check until golden. Repeat until all the biscuits are made, this should yield at least 15-16 apple pie bombs.
  6. Roll in cinnamon and/or sugar and top with more honey!
  7. Enjoy!

We love to use Manuka Honey in (almost) everything. The options are endless when it comes to adding Manuka Honey to your healthy baking or cooking inspiration and ideas. This is a great natural sweetener and the flavor can elevate any recipe. Additionally, it has many impressive proven health benefits. This mouth-watering healthy recipe calls for few ingredients and is so easy to make perfect for impromptu gatherings. 

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Coffee Sweet Potato Nice Cream

Coffee Sweet Potato Nice Cream

Real talk, we can chow down on a pint of Ben & Jerrys with zero guilt added… but does that mean we’re going to stop searching for the perfect, nutritionally-packed alternative that won’t make us miss the original? Never.

We think we found a real winner with this one and you don’t even need an ice cream maker!! The only negative is you have to serve it immediately, as it does melt a bit faster than the standard stuff. An OK trade-off in our opinion, do you agree?

To kickoff National Candy Month, we incorporated our Coffee Manuka Honey Patties & ground coffee for a classic mocha flavor , but you could make a tasty version out of any of the five chocolate flavors.

We can’t wait to hear what you think about this divine creation! 

Mocha Sweet Potato I-can’t-believe-it’s-not Ice Cream

Ingredients:

  • 2 cups sweet potato (2 large sweet potatoes)
  • 2 bags PRI Coffee Chocolate Patties (sub out 5 salted caramel patties if you want added caramel flavor too)
  • 1 can lite coconut milk
  • ½ cup PRI Manuka Honey 200+
  • ½ tbsp vanilla 
  • 1 tsp ground coffee (for a strong coffee flavor add 1 tsp at a time until desired flavor)
  • ½ tsp PRI Flaky Sea Salt

Instructions:

  1. Preheat your oven to 400F. Line a cookie sheet with parchment paper and set aside.
  2. Clean the sweet potatoes, pierce them with a fork all over and then slice them in two halves. 
  3. Place the sweet potatoes flesh side down on the baking sheet and bake for 35-40 minutes until they start to bubble and caramelize.
  4. Remove from the oven and let cool.
  5. While the sweet potatoes are cooling, melt two bags of chocolate patties in a double boiler until fully melted. Then let cool.
  6. Once the chocolate and sweet potatoes are cooled, add them into a blender with one can of coconut milk, manuka honey, vanilla, ground coffee and flakey sea salt.
  7. Blend on high until smooth.
  8. Transfer the batter into a glass bowl with a lid and freeze for at least 30 minutes.
  9. Then transfer the batter into an ice cream maker and churn until desired consistency and thickness, then freeze overnight, or for 2 days to get extra firm and cold. (If you don’t have an ice cream maker, freeze and stir every hour or two until solid. Then freeze overnight.)
  10. Remove from the freezer right before you want to enjoy, scoop and serve immediately!.
  11. Enjoy! 
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Homemade Apple Cider Vinegar With Manuka Honey

Homemade Apple Cider Vinegar With Manuka Honey

We found out that you can make your own ACV using leftover apple cores and peels!! Minds blown, we immediately tried it ourselves, but using manuka honey instead of sugar…of course 😉

Replace your usual ACV shot with this manuka honey version to add even more benefits.Use this as a tasty base to your own teas, shrubs or cocktails like this immune & digestive supporting drink made by our friend Colleen: https://www.growforagecookferment.com/manuka-honey-vinegar-elixir/

You can even incorporate it into your beauty routine. Later this month we’ll share one of our favorite ACV cuticle oil recipes using our homemade vinegar so make sure to stay tuned!

No matter how you use it, this homemade ACV is another great way to easily incorporate manuka into your routine.

Homemade Apple Cider Vinegar with Manuka Honey

What you need:

Instructions:

  1. Fill your mason jar 3/4 of the way with apple peels and cores.
  2. Stir 2 tbsp of manuka honey into 2 cups of warm filtered water in a mason jar. Secure a lid and shake vigorously until the honey is dissolved. (If you’re making bigger batches 1 cup of manuka honey per gallo of water, or 1 tbsp per 1 cup of water)
  3. Pour sweetened water over the apples and leave 2 to 3 inches of room at the top of the jar. How much water you need depends on the amount of apples used and the size of your container
  4. Once the apples, water, and sugar are all combined, cover your container with a breathable material like a tea towel or cheesecloth. 
  5. Set the mason jar in a location around 70 to 75°F, if possible. As this is the ideal temperature range for fermentation. The container of fermenting apples should also be kept in a dark location. Keep it out on the kitchen counter or by a window and cover it in a dark towel.
  6. Stir the fermenting apples everyday for the first two weeks! In the first few days add some more honey to the mixture if needed. This part is very important as it ensures apples are rotating at the top and not exposed to air too long to grow mold. Stirring prevents mold. It’s okay if you miss a day or two but try to remember everyday during the first week.
  7. You’ll notice the apples will start to turn brown and the liquid will become cloudy. Small bubbles should begin to appear like a carbonated drink, and it will start to smell a bit like hard apple cider. A layer of sediment may collect on the bottom of the glass and this is totally normal during the fermenting process. It’s pretty obvious what is mold and what is not. 
  8. After two weeks you can stop stirring. Then, you can strain out the apple scraps from the liquid with a sieve and cheesecloth. You can then transfer the liquid to a smaller jar to ferment if you wish.
  9. Cover the jar with fresh cheesecloth and then set the fermenting cider in a warm, dark place for about 4-6 weeks. The apple cider vinegar is complete when it has a strong apple cider vinegar smell and taste. Allow to ferment longer, if not. Don’t be alarmed if you notice a mother culture forming on top. This is normal and part of the fermentation process and is like a SCOBY in kombucha.
  10. Once the apple cider vinegar reaches the perfect vinegar taste, secure the apple cider vinegar in a jar with a tight fitting lid and refrigerate or store at room temperature. Use as you would store bought apple cider vinegar: for cooking, baking, cleaning or anything you desire! 
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Lemon Dessert Hummus

Lemon Dessert Hummus

Is dessert hummus still cool? We have no idea, but we do know it’s delicious! 6 ingredients, no cooking needed, this recipe features even more health benefits with the addition of our Lemon Twist Manuka Honey.

Whip up this hummus for any occasion, or no occasion at all, either way it’s a tasty way to satiate your sweet tooth and healthy enough to have for lunch. 

Lemon Dessert Hummus

  • 1 Can Organic Chickpeas (Skinned, for extra creamy hummus)
  • 1/4 Cup Tahini (Use good quality tahini!) 
  • 1/4 Cup + 1 Tbsp PRI Lemon Twist Manuka Honey
  • 3 Tbsp Meyer Lemon Juice
  • 1 Tsp Vanilla Extract
  • 1/4 Tsp Almond Extract 

Instructions:

  1. Strain chickpeas and rinse with water. Skin the chickpeas, it’s time consuming but worth it for extra creamy hummus! 
  2. In a food processor, add skinned chickpeas, tahini, lemon manuka honey, lemon juice, vanilla extract and almond extract. 
  3. Blend until creamy and smooth and serve with your favorite fruit, pretzels, cookies or crackers.

Notes: Add more honey if needed for more sweetness. You may also try adding a scoop of vanilla protein for an extra cakey dessert dip! 

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