Bee Sweet with Nektar Honey Crystals {GIVEAWAY}

BEE SWEET WITH NEKTAR HONEY CRYSTALSIt’s so funny how a product you need finds you. In short, one of my favorite seasonings is a Honey BBQ flavored dry rub. I’m literally addicted, but it’s a limited addition, so it won’t be back anytime soon.  I was texting one of my girlfriends about how we should try to recreate the seasoning at home – but I got stuck when the ingredient list called for crystallized honey.

I literally got a little upset because I had never heard of it before and I assumed it wouldn’t be something that is easily accessible to pick up in my local grocery store. 

Like magic, a few days later – a campaign from SweatPink came to my inbox to try out Nektar Honey Crystals – aka crystallized honey. 

BOOM

I was waaaaay too excited. 

Nektar Honey Crystals

In the wellness world, sugar is a borderline taboo topic. However, in the normal people world where some foods just need a pinch of something sweet – it’s more than acceptable. I find myself more on the normal people side anyways. Over the past few years, I have swapped my white sugar for honey or raw brown sugar, and decreased the overall amount used.

They only thing I haven’t figured out is how not to make a mess with honey until…. Nektar Honey Crystals. The crystals can easily be poured into my favorite beverage, hot or cold, top my steel cut oats for breakfast, AND be used in dry rub recipes so I can recreate my beloved Honey BBQ Seasoning. 

 Nektar Honey Crystals

Overall, I’m super duper excited AND you can pick up your own bottle at your local Walmart too. So it’s easy, it’s accessible… but what does it taste like?

To me, it tastes just like honey. The crystals are all natural, non-GMO, and naturally gluten-free. I’ve used the crystals in my tea and oatmeal in the morning, and I’m in the process of perfecting the perfect Honey BBQ rub as well. 

So long sticky honey jars in the cabinet – and a big hello to my Nektar Honey Crystals… oooo, and if you comment below, you will be entered into a raffle to win your own bottle of honey crystals too! Just let me know how you’d like to use them over the holidays!

Giveaway Rules:

  • U.S. only + one prize per person. If you have already won through another SPA’s giveaway, I will have to select another winner.
  • I will select one winner at random on Wednesday December 16th. Be sure to leave your email address below in the comments. 
  • For additional entries, visit Nektar Naturals on Facebook, or follow them on Twitter (@nektar_naturals) and Instagram (@nektarnaturals). Please leave an additional comment for each additional entry!

HOW WILL YOU USE NEKTAR HONEY CRYSTALS?

 

This post was created in collaboration with Nektar Honey Crystals and SweatPink. As usual, all opinions and words are my own.

19 Comments

  1. Kathy Eyre says:

    I follow on Twitter as eyreka1

    12.13.15 ·
  2. Kathy Eyre says:

    I visited on Facebook

    12.13.15 ·
  3. Such an awesome idea! I’d use this in oatmeal and yogurt. Love that it’s helping you perfect your BBQ rub too! 😉

    12.11.15 ·
  4. Alyssa says:

    honey crystals?! This sound really cool especially since I just used the last bit of my honey in baking. I love using it as a sweetener in baked goods!

    12.11.15 ·
  5. Mandi gellis says:

    I would use this for baking as I tend to do a lot of it during the holidays, in tea, and in breakfasts I make for myself and my husband.

    12.11.15 ·
  6. Kristen says:

    I would try this out in tea. I agree tradition honey is a mess! What a great alternative!
    Kdstewart4@gmail.com

    12.11.15 ·
  7. I am super intrigued by these. For a while now we have been trying to figure out a non messy way to have honey at our church for the congregation to have with tea and coffee (yes honey in coffee is delish and totally a thing). Until Sweat Pink started this campaign I had no clue Nektar Naturals existed. So glad I do now! My kids are forever leaving a trail of honey, looks likes slugs roam my house! My Bitty’s favorite sandwich is a honey, Pb, and banana sandwich. And my hubs eats honey in his plain yogurt. It is an everyday food in our home.

    12.11.15 ·
  8. Sasha says:

    Sounds awesome! I’d love to try it out!

    12.10.15 ·
  9. Corona says:

    Love natural sweeteners; would live to try crystallized honey!!

    12.10.15 ·
  10. I love honey! This is actually pretty neat!
    Hope you perfect your recipe!

    12.10.15 ·
  11. Farrah says:

    …also already following on twitter!

    12.10.15 ·
  12. Farrah says:

    Already following on instagram!

    12.10.15 ·
  13. Farrah says:

    I love Nektar Naturals! I’d use it in holiday baking treats! 😀

    12.10.15 ·
  14. Coco says:

    I visited Nektar on Facebook. 😉

    12.10.15 ·
  15. Coco says:

    Oh, the oatmeal is a great idea! I think I’d use it in baking too. Or maybe stirred into yogurt?

    12.10.15 ·
  16. Tamieka says:

    I would so use this for baking, for cooking, for tea…..yums!!!
    I visited and followed!

    thanks

    12.10.15 ·
  17. Melissa McKinnon says:

    I would use it to make protein bars!

    12.10.15 ·
  18. I would totally use these in my tea!

    12.10.15 ·
  19. Alysse says:

    Hi Kimberly!

    This is perfect timing – my honey just ran out! I would love to experiment with this in baking but first I would use it in hot cocoa! I really want some this season, but I’m trying to lose weight, so I’ve told myself I can’t have it.

    12.9.15 ·

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