Avocado Honey

Avocado Honey

Avocado honey is extracted from the flowers of the avocado plant. It is viscous and the colour is particularly dark. Avocado honey tastes strong and has a fruity not too sweet aroma, reminiscent of plum with a light caramel note. Avocado honey tastes good on rolls and is suitable for sweetening tea, desserts or muesli. We bought the Avocado Honey at the Bremer Spice Trade. By the way, it's a very nice place.

All data per 100 g:
Calories
Carbohydrates
Protein
Fat
306 kcal
75 g
0 g
0 g

Recipes with Avocado Honey

Avocado Melon Smoothie
Avocado Melon Smoothie For the avocado melon smoothie first pour large ice cubes into a mixing cup. Add the yoghurt. ...
Florentine cheese cake
Florentine cheese cake tastes particularly juicy and should be served well chilled. For the dough melt 150 g butter and cool. ...
Goats Cheese Figs Starter
Goats Cheese Figs Starter This goat cheese fig starter can be easily prepared and can be served hot or cold. Preheat baking oven to 220° C. ...
Grilled pineapple
Grilled pineapple can be served hot or cold. Halve and peel the pineapple lengthwise. ...
Mango Fondue Sauce
Mango Fondue Sauce For the mango fondue sauce, peel the mango, remove the flesh from the fruit and puree. Season the fondue sauce with 1 teaspoon curry powder, ground pepper, salt and chilli flakes. ...
Quinoa porridge with dried plums
Quinoa porridge with dried plums Quinoa porridge with dry plums can be served hot or cold and is very suitable for a healthy breakfast. To remove the bitter substances, first pour quinoa seeds into a pot, cover with water, bring to the boil and pour into a sieve. ...
Roquefort pears
Roquefort pears are easy to prepare. Puree Roquefort with soft butter and cognac. ...
Tomato Chicken Soup with Avocado
Tomato Chicken Soup with Avocado tastes particularly strong and spicy. Rinse chicken under thighs and dry carefully with kitchen paper. ...
Walnut Biscuits & Gorgonzola Antipasti
Walnut Biscuits & Gorgonzola Antipasti can be served hot or cold. Preheat the oven to 175° C. ...

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