Healing Honey Spread For Waffles When A Cold Is Around

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I had planned to make waffles today for breakfast without usual toppings.  Regularly, I would use what we have in hand like strawberry syrup or mixed berry syrup, yogurt, whipping cream, maple syrup, flaxseed sprinkles, the variations are endless.  imageBut when I heard everyone sniffling this morning, I decided to make a healing honey butter spread for the cold their immune systems re fighting.  It was very delicious as we spread it over our chocolate waffles.  My toddler would have three servings of the spread to one serving of waffle.  Yes, a little too much.  But again, when you know what’s in it,  it doesn’t hurt you.  It is more a matter of teaching him some table manners.

Cinnamon and Honey

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The combination of cinnamon and honey has been used ever since the times of Noah or before.  Who knows if Adam and Eve used them together!  I’m sure they got sick.  Cinnamon’s essential oils and raw honey’s enzymes which produces hydrogen peroxide make up the two “anti-microbial” foods with the ability to help stop the growth of bacteria and fungi. Both are used as alternatives to traditional food preservatives due to their effective antimicrobial properties.

This is a recipe you must try.  It is irresistibly good on pancakes, waffles, toasts and biscuits.

 

 

Ingredients:

• ¼ cup soft butter

• ¼ tsp cinnamon powder

• ½ cup cream honey

• 1 tablespoon cream cheese or heavy whipping cream (optional)

Directions:

• Blend ingredients in a bowl and beat well until mixture is smooth and creamy.images

• Spread it on piping hot toasted bread or biscuits.

• This recipe makes more than enough to serve 10 persons. An all time favorite for the family!

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