Here’s a little something you didn’t know about my wife’s family. They used to raise their own honey bees. Yes, it’s exactly as you would imagine. Her dad suiting up in one of those full-bodied bee-proof outfits armed with a smoker to calm the bees when going out to harvest a honeycomb or two. They lived on 20 acres in an area that only has 10 or so neighbors in a 5 mile radius, so there was never a worry about too many bees or not enough food for them. She remembers it bee-ing (see what I did there?) some of the best honey she had ever had.

We still use quite a bit of honey today, whether on toast or waffles in the morning, in a salad with cranberries and chicken or even in a dessert recipe created by my father as a tribute to his favorite performer, Elvis Presley. We typically grab whatever brand honey is on sale, but after recently getting a sub-par batch my wife commented again about the great-tasting honey her father used to harvest. That’s about when we found out about Golden Blossom Honey and their line of regular and organic honey.

Being self-proclaimed honey-connoisseurs, we were anxious to try out Golden Blossom Honey's regular and organic products in our Honey-Infused Deviled Eggs. - SahmReviews.comA taste on a spoon and Nicole started getting flashbacks (her words, not mine) of the exact taste of her dad’s honey. This was most prevalent when she tried the organic version from Brazil, but loved the smoothness and even flavor of the USA-made (patriotic bees?) Genuine Natural Pure Honey.

One of our favorite recipes to put a dash of natural sweetness is into a simple deviled eggs recipe. Here’s how we make them:

Honey-Infused Deviled Eggs

1 dozen eggs
6 tablespoons mayonnaise
1 teaspoon Golden Blossom Honey
1/2 teaspoon dried mustard
1/8 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon vinegar
1/4 teaspoon garlic powder

I don’t think I need to explain how to make hard-boiled eggs, so once that is finished and they have cooled, peel the eggs and remove their yolks with a spoon and place in a small mixing bowl. Add the remaining ingredients (except for the paprika) and stir until well blended and smooth. Place egg white halves on plate and fill with yolk mixture. Sprinkle paprika over eggs and serve.

Being self-proclaimed honey-connoisseurs, we were anxious to try out Golden Blossom Honey's regular and organic products in our Honey-Infused Deviled Eggs. - SahmReviews.com

If eggs don’t do it for you, you have to check out the amazing recipe collection over at Golden Blossoms’s website! You might also want to learn more about the differences between their Genuine Natural Pure Honey and the Organic White Forest Honey. I know I never knew there was such a difference.

And so you can taste for yourself the difference good honey makes, we’re giving away a set of both to one lucky SahmReviews reader! Enter below and come back tomorrow for more entries! As a bonus we’ll throw in something to enjoy it with – enough tea to get you through the rest of winter!

Golden Blossom Honey & Tea Package (ARV $36)

Being self-proclaimed honey-connoisseurs, we were anxious to try out Golden Blossom Honey's regular and organic products in our Honey-Infused Deviled Eggs. - SahmReviews.com

76 thoughts on “Recipe: Honey-Infused Deviled Eggs

  1. I’m a “local honey” fanatic, it curbs my pollen allergies so am always grateful for new honey recipes – thanks! Will def try ☺

  2. I have started mixing honey and cinnamon to help with arthritis pain.Mix this up and add to hot water and drink it daily.

  3. I mainly use honey as a sweetener in muffins and rolls. I also like to make a honey butter cinnamon topping for pancakes.

  4. My favorite use for honey would “bee” in my lemon/ginger tea. My kids love to put honey on their oatmeal, yogurt, toast, and on waffles. I always assumed different brands of honey would taste the same, we will have to do a taste test. Thanks for the info!

    1. Oooh, Christina. I’ve never tried honey on waffles. We eat peanut butter on waffles as well as peanut butter/honey combo on bread or toast so I’m sure we would love it on waffles, too. It’s surprising how much different the various flavors – not just from brand to brand but from location to location.

  5. What is your favorite use for honey? Feel free to “bee” creative with your answer!

    peanut butter and honey together on a piece of bread..

  6. I love making a hot drink with lemon juice, lime juice and raw honey. It gives me energy, soothes my throat, and just gives me a nice start to the day. My second favorite use – dipping Tater Tots in honey.

  7. I use honey in my granola and granola bar recipes. My kids just slurp it off crackers and peanut butter.

  8. I use honey in different sauces. I use it in a recipe called sticky chicken as a part of the marinade and it is delicious. I also love it on buttered biscuits.

  9. I love honey on my baked hams.I use it for a glaze.I also use it in my favorite honey and garlic spare ribs recipe.I have put your deviled eggs recipe into my favorites file because I am anxious to try them as well.Thank you.

  10. My favorite use for honey is to use it in coffee with a little bit of cinnamon. You also can’t go wrong with a honey and peanut butter sandwich.

  11. I have substituted honey and ACV/lemon water for my morning snack and it has done wonders for my health.

  12. We use a lot of honey at home…We make honey chicken which is delicious. I can’t wait to try it with the deviled eggs

  13. I like to use honey on pasta noodles. I am not sure why but for some reason it just tastes so good!

  14. Thank You for the giveaway…use honey in my hot tea, and occasionally on a toasted whole wheat bagel with peanut butter for quick breakfast.

  15. I made these for the 4th of July and they were a hit! We loved them so much i went out and bought morte eggs last night for round #2 lol. I would recommend these. I am going to check out the milkshakes next… working my way up/down the list of recipes 🙂

    1. Wonderful, Rebecca! Hopefully eggs are as inexpensive in your area as they are here! A dozen will set you back about 38¢. Totally worth trying new recipes at that price! Can’t wait to hear what you concoct with the milkshake trick. And now you have me thinking we need to create some more recipes! 🙂

      1. I had to read that twice lol, nooooo i’ve never seen eggs for 38 cents, they average $2.99/dozen more, of course, if you want brown, cage free etc… that’s amazing!

        1. LOL. I imagine that was a shocker if you’re used to $2.99/dozen! We don’t go for brown, cage free or anything fancy. With two teenagers, I buy the inexpensive ones and always have hard-boiled eggs on hand for snacking, egg salad or deviled eggs.

  16. I have never heard of putting honey in deviled eggs before. But this recipe sounds really good. Thanks for the recipe.

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