Honey Sweetens The Dish
(NAPSA)—A number of cooks
are buzzing about the health and
taste benefits of honey. Honey can
be a low-fat and low-cholesterol
way to liven up everyday dishes.
Nature’s golden sweetener
comes in a variety of forms, ranging
from pourable liquid to edible wax
and, most recently, as a spread.
Honey spreads are great right
out of the jar on muffins, bagels and
toast, serving as a healthy fat- and
cholesterol-free substitute for butter
or margarine. Honey spreads can add rich
One p r o d u c t, Bi g e l o w Fl a -
flavor to a variety of foods.
vored Honey Spreads, comes in
six flavors that include Cinna- Preheat oven to 350 degrees
mon, Raspberry, Orange and F. Using a sharp knife, trim
French Vanilla. The spreads can and remove the white rind
ad d fl av o r to s au c e s , d i p s o r from top of Brie, leaving a 1⁄2-
marinades and can be heated inch edge to contain topping.
and poured on waffles, pancakes Combine Honey Spread,
and desserts. butter, ginger, cinnamon, nuts
For a tempting treat, try this and dried cranberries. Spread
recipe for orange honey brie. mixture on top of Brie. Place
prepared Brie in shallow bak-
Orange Honey Brie ing dish. Bake 12 to 15 min-
utes until Brie is heated
⁄4 cup Bigelow Orange through. Let stand 5 minutes
Honey Spread before serving. Serve with
2 tablespoons melted butter assorted crackers or thinly
⁄4 teaspoon ground ginger sliced French bread.
⁄4 teaspoon ground cinnamon Makes about 16 servings.
⁄3 cup chopped nuts (pecans, Additional recipes and serving
hazelnuts or walnuts) s u g g e s t i o n s ar e avai l abl e by
⁄3 cup dried cranberries or writing to R.C. Bigelow Inc., P.O.
raisins Box 326204, Dept. HPR, Fair-
1 13- to 15-ounce round of field, CT, 06432-6204, or by visit-
Brie cheese ing www.bigelowtea.com.