GIVEAWAY: “Spring Fever, Killer Bee Honey”

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For a chance to win three free 16-oz JARS of Once Again Organic Killer Bee Honey, share what you would do with, not one but, three jars of killer-good honey in the comments below. I’ll toss your name into a hat and draw a lucky winner sometime mid-April.

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  1. Elizabeth Hawley says:

    Wow! I just used honey last night in a pork tenderloin glaze. My husband uses honey everyday in his smoothies. My daughter in her facials. Always great on toast too! I could go on and on!!

  2. Marlene says:

    What wouldn’t I use it in! I use honey in my tea, making granola bars, drizzled over yogurt….I would use a little to make a facial mask!

  3. Lisa Bell says:

    First jar would go to my son Jeff.
    Second and third will be enjoyed in tea, in oatmeal, biscuits and baked goods.
    And of course a yummy teaspoon just as is.

  4. OH I LOVE HONEY and to try out this brand would be wonderful! I’d would savor it on English muffins. I love to have honey on English muffins with all the little holes the honey can go into, bliss in every bite!

  5. Corine Runnion says:

    I would make some honey boy cookies, and some honey whole wheat bread, use in ice tea, so many wonderful things to use honey in.

  6. Suzanna Drozd-Kowalski says:

    I would keep one jar for myself and share the other two with my daughter-in-laws. I love honey. I use it in tea, lemonade, baking, glazing, facial treatment, and just by the spoonful. Here in Michigan they sell it at the farmer’s markets. Even raw honey. I have a collection of different kinds. My favorite is Star Flower Raw Honey. It a very light off white honey.

  7. Joan Hendrix says:

    I just think honey is so amazing. I love it in my tea. I’ve even gotten my husband drinking hot tea with honey and he loves it! I also love it on yogurt. Thank you!

  8. Karen Jones says:

    We LOVE honey in our household! I love to sweeten my herbal tea with a dollup of honey…also use it with Apple cider vinegar to make a “tonic” for digestion. If I win, I would share some with my son and his wife 😌

  9. Linda Killian says:

    Add the honey to my tea and toast.

  10. amber says:

    I use honey for just about everything that involves sweetener!

  11. Summer M. says:

    I would use the honey to make old remedies! I’v got one where you mix lemon, butter, and honey together for a sore throat…yum!

  12. Chrissy says:

    A good time of year to have honey, as it has many good medicinal qualities as a comfort to a sore throat, helps with a cough and “fights” hunger on a biscuit!

  13. CJ Armstrong says:

    We are huge honey lovers! My hubby uses it in his tea, we both use it on our toast, scones, pancakes and bread. I bake with it, using it in my breakfast cookies, honey oat bread, my pemmican bars (Mary Jane’s recipe). It is TRULY AMAZING!!
    Thanks for the opportunity!!

  14. Jean Schmelick says:

    I use honey by the gallons. Always in my tea and lots of baked goods. Best cut out sugar cookies made with honey. Great with lemon juice for sore throat. Or I just love it by the spoonfuls!

  15. Rachelle Hull says:

    Three jars mean more for baking! Since I have cut out all refined sugar, I can also use these for sweetening my hot and cold beverages!

  16. Cheryl Bell says:

    If I won the honey, I would bake a bunch of muffins and take them to the dyalisis center to share with all my sisters friends.

  17. Kristi Huffman says:

    With three jars of honey: I’d give one to my mother, absolutely. She understands that honey is a perfect food and also healing for burns, cuts, etc. For myself I would have honey-butter toast every morning, hands-down. The third jar would be for medicinal purposes for myself, husband and horses. Yes horses! They’re always getting little nicks and scrapes. Honey heals those just as well. Good stuff.

  18. Deb Morris says:

    Ahhhh…a teaspoon a day keeps the Deb very happy! Did you know Deborah means “Bee”? How appropro! I would also use it in baked goods , oatmeal, tea, many, many things….so 3 jars would be a good start!

  19. Nielsen,Winifred T. says:

    I would use the honey in my morning oatmeal, homemade vinegrette salad dressing, and iced and herbal tea. I much prefer honey to sugar for many regular items that I eat or drink.

  20. Krista says:

    I would first share one jar with my parents and the second with my in laws. Then I would make us a honey glazed ham very first. Then enjoy some in my teas. Honey is a great sweetener.

  21. Gail McG. says:

    OOOUUUU, let’s see……I would keep one, of course! I would give the other two to my daughter and daughter in law! Honey is awesome! We all use it all the time! Have a great day, Mary Jane!

  22. Rebecca Basham says:

    Love it in my oatmeal, yogurt and just plain on a spoon.

  23. jane kilgore says:

    Honey let me count the ways….. in my coffee,a teaspoon on the back of your tongue to fight allergies and a scratchy throat, and almond butter and honey on toast is oh so delicious!

  24. Karen Murray Cooper says:

    I would keep one and share the other two jars with my loved ones. There is a place near us that sells local honey on the honor system. There is a wooden box at the end of his driveway that reads “take honey, leave money”. Wouldn’t it be a wonderful world, if everyone was of that mindset?!!

  25. Allison Phillips says:

    If I were to win three jars of honey, I would keep one jar for myself to enjoy, attempting new recipes. The second jar would be given to a local beekeeper as a ‘thank you’ to their local support, and the third jar would be given to someone as an introduction to the life of bees, accompanied with a book I would purchase about how to become a bee keeper.

  26. Shannon H says:

    Honey is a staple around here… between tea, oatmeal, and baking, not to mention it is great to put on your skin right after a small burn in the kitchen… all the moisture beads up on top, so it doesn’t blister 🙂 With lots of kids running around, someone seems to get burnt at least once a month. I’d also like to give one of the jars to an elderly couple that lives across the way. They have been such a blessing to us since we’ve moved here!

  27. Lori Morton says:

    Ooooh sweet prize!! 🙂 We LOOOOVE Honey round here! Would love to win..thank you for the chance!!

    I would keep a jar..give one to my Daughter, and one to my “BESTEST” Friend!! 😀

  28. Leisa Joan says:

    I love honey, have it every day in my tea, and have some just to soothe a sore throat.

  29. Tammy d'Fonseca says:

    I use honey in my coffee, in our shakes, and on yogurt. Honey is also a part of our elderberry syrup we make to ward off the flu.

  30. Jane Ryan says:

    Love honey!!! I would give one to my sweet mom, one to my son, and keep one! I love honey in my smoothies, makes a great cough medicine, and just recently have discovered the joys of baking with honey! =)

  31. Rebecca M. says:

    Honey is my tea, on fresh baked bread and just a taste as I pass by the jar! Honey is the best.

  32. Faye brown says:

    Honey! I love it;in tea, on pork,in our nutriterian smoothies,on biscuits etc,tec. With all these uses and more, I would first make a hot cup of raspberry zinger tea with honey, set myself down at the kitchen table for my second honey adventure and mix up a recipe of honey,almond and oatmeal facial mask, then smooth it all over my face and neck and wait for the lovely was to happen.Thirdly I would take the remainder of the facial mixture, add a tbl spoon more of honey,and smooth it over a pine cone to attract honey bees for my future bee hive!

  33. terry steinmetz says:

    I use honey every day in my apple cider/water mix. So I would use some for that. Then some for granola. And thirdly some to make some “treats” for others!

  34. Heather Miller says:

    I would add it to my homemade lemon ginger iced tea – yum!

  35. Angela Ulrich says:

    I would buy some sharp cheese, drizzle the honey over it, and serve it with a plate of charcuterie and a loaf of sourdough bread.

  36. Rose Ann Wong says:

    Yum! We use honey in tea and in baking and cooking. Especially wonderful for glazes!!I would keep one jar for my ‘honey’ , my hubby😊, one to my mom, and one to my dear friend.

  37. Donna says:

    i would use the honey for baking bread, cookies, and my microwave mug cakes i also use honey in my homemade lotions and teas plus a spoonful a day is yummy!

  38. Sandy B says:

    I always use raw organic honey in my coffee and tea. I put it in smoothies and often use it as a sugar substitute. I also use it on cuts to prevent infections. I always keep it in my pantry and share it with my honey. If I win the honey I will use it for all these things and probably more. I haven’t tried this brand yet, but I would love to because I have tried their fine nut butters.

  39. Dawn Fadroski says:

    Organic honey is the only kind bought at our house. The first jar would stay in the kitchen for tea, bread, cooking and eating. The second jar would go into the bathroom for cuts and scratches as honey works better than any antibiotic cream I’ve found. The third jar would be for sharing with my Mom!

  40. Teri says:

    I would use it in my herbal tea, in making granola and yogurt, on corn bread and in desserts. I have also used it in canning and for cough medicine. So many uses. 🙂

  41. Karen Jempson says:

    Have a spoonful a day and make bread with it! Buttermilk and hiney bread.💓💓💓💓💓💓

  42. Cindy Burch says:

    I love honey. It is great for soar throats and coughs. Definately share with my daughter

  43. Margaret Sumner-Wichmann says:

    I make an ancient Greek recipe of honeyed nuts and give them as gifts

  44. Karen Cecil says:

    I would use it in tea and baking.

  45. julie Banigan says:

    In the bath, on my face, in wounds, in tea, on salmon, on toast…

  46. Eric Hendrie says:

    The kids love honey and would love baking and eating it. Three jars would go far.

  47. Jane Wilson says:

    I would sweeten Matcha tea with it….So relaxing.

  48. Julie Willmering says:

    Three jars of honey would prevent all my spring and summer allergies.

  49. Sarah Blue says:

    Honey seems to keep forever doesn’t it? I’d open one for everyday use and put the other 2 in the pantry to age. I most recently used honey in an immunity booster drink with orange juice, apple cider vinegar, fresh ginger, garlic and cayenne. It tastes pretty hideous but I swear by it. My husband has been sick since the weekend, but I’m completely well.

  50. Natalie says:

    Well my husband and I would eat it right up. I love it and use it daily in my tea. He loves it on bread and biscuits. We both love in yogurt. I have a tomato soup receipe that uses honey and balsamic vinegar together. Just love honey.

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