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Smart uses for crystallized honey
In tea: If you like honey in your tea, you’ll also like crystallized honey. Crystallization has no effect on taste—except that it slightly enriches it.
In a breakfast bowl: When you top your oatmeal or yogurt with crystallized honey, it adds “an addictive crunch.”
On toast: Crystallized honey is easier to spread on toast because it doesn’t drip everywhere. Combine it with goat cheese and cut fruit for a “mess-free” sweet-and-savory snack.
For baking: Short on sugar? Crystallized honey is a fine substitute when you adjust for its sweetness, using roughly 75 percent of the volume that’s called for.
As an exfoliant: The slightly coarse texture of crystallized honey makes it effective as a scrub for your scalp, face, and body. And honey is a humectant, “which means it helps lock in moisture.”
Source: Real Simple