Crystallized Honey–it’s good stuff, a spoonful of that is better than candy! Although a spoonful of “set honey” (or crystallized honey) melts easily enough in a cup of hot tea, having your honey back in liquid form is better for baking and other purposes.
Honey crystallizes when it gets cold, with honey created from different herbs and flowers changing to solid form at different temperatures…so I can’t give you a set degree on the thermometer where you can expect this change from liquid to solid to occur. It’s generally around the 70 degree mark. Just know that your honey is healthy, safe, and will last for years no matter what form it takes.
In this video, I teach you how to re-liquefy your honey![youtube_sc url=”https://youtu.be/yb75b8ihqEY” title=”How%20to%20Liquefy%20Crystallized%20Honey” ratio=”4:3″ color=”white” theme=”light” controls=”0″ rel=”0″ nocookie=”1″]