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Björn’s Honey Baklava

Lara Boudreaux

Björn’s Honey Baklava

Baklava is often associated with Greek cuisine but it's a dish that dates back to the Ottoman empire. It is eaten throughout the Mediterranean and middle east and is very popular in Turkey. Turks and Greeks both claim the dish as their own, but it likely belongs to both cultures. Made with layers of thin dough and ground nuts, most often pistachios or walnuts, and sugar syrup or honey, it’s a great way to highlight the taste of our local honey.


Winter Special Events - where to find us!

Lara Boudreaux

Winter Special Events - where to find us!

Björn's Colorado Honey is taking a small break during January but we will be around in February if you need to restock on honey or skincare. We have a couple of fun special event we wanted to let you know about. The details are below, and remember, you can always check out our events calendar for up to date info. on where to find us.  *VALENTINE'S SOIREE AT STANLEY MARKETPLACE* Fri. February 10th, 4pm to 9pm - Sneak Peak! Sat. February 11th, 12pm to 8pm -- *COLORADO HOME AND GARDEN SHOW*Sat. February 2nd to Sun. February 12th Open from 10am to late evening on the weekends and 12pm to late...


Björn's Honey Sweet Mulled Apple Cider

Lara Boudreaux

Tags honey recipes, mulled apple cider

Björn's Honey Sweet Mulled Apple Cider
It goes without saying that this is the time of year to cozy up with loved ones and a warm drink. I like warm honey mulled cider. This recipe calls for classic mulling spices, which I blend myself so I can tweak the amount of each spice to my mood and potency of the spices, I have on hand. It also calls for honey to lightly sweeten and add that warm flavor which goes great with apple. 
 

Canelés de Bordeaux using Björn's Beeswax in the Molds

Lara Boudreaux

Tags beeswax, beeswax uses, Canelés de Bordeaux, french pastry, rare finds

Canelés de Bordeaux using Björn's Beeswax in the Molds

Canelés de Bordeaux are the new cool pastry that you might have seen around town. These small cakes are so much more than just a cake. They are crispy on the outside and soft and gooey on the inside with a flavor like creme brulee and crème anglaise. And the best part is they use beeswax to glaze the molds! It’s such a fun way to use beeswax in a recipe.


Björn’s Honey Rose Petal Lemonade

Lara Boudreaux

Tags honey lemonade, honey recipes, summer treats

Björn’s Honey Rose Petal Lemonade
The idea with this lemonade is to soak the rose petals in the lemon juice, infusing it with a mild rose taste and pleasant rose aroma. This juice then creates a wonderful base for lemonade, which just needs a sweetener like honey or cane sugar syrup and water and or to finish it.