It’s Spicy, It’s Sweet, It’s Henry’s Humdingers
Do you like foods that are spicy and sweet? Are you looking to add some kick to your holiday meals? Henry’s Humdingers is a raw and natural condiment, made of natural honey and spices. It’s just what you need to give all your holiday dishes that extra kick it needs. Want to add some kick to sweet potatoes? Use it for a marinade, really it’s up to you how you choose to use this awesome condiment. I received samples of Henry’s Humdingers for inclusion in my Holiday Gift Guide.
At age 11, Henry meet a bee keeper on a plane and it changed his life almost instantly. He learned about Colony Collapse Disorder and wanted to do something to help. For his birthday he asked for a bee hive and started his business. He’s not just making spicy raw honey for consumers, but with each purchase he donates a portion to help save bees. Another great reason to support this business, he’s giving back as well. When my honey arrived I didn’t know what I wanted to make with them, it was cold outside so the honey had crystallized, I didn’t mind I figured it would warm it up when I needed to use it. My first thought was of course to use it as a marinade for chicken. I had wings and figured it would be perfect. The next problem was figuring out what flavor to use. Henry’s Humdingers comes in four flavors: Grumpy Grandpa which is a favorite blend of cayenne and garlic, Naughty Nana which takes the spice of ginger and mixes it with pepper, Diabolical Dad, featuring a kick of habanero and lime and Phoebe’s Fireball, a mouth-watering combination of cinnamon and chipotle, there is a honey flavor for every palate.
All four flavors of Henry’s Humdingers sound amazing but I ended up going with Diabolical Dad – Habanero and Lime Raw Honey, my thought is that they would work great for wings. I was so right. I mixed up a quick marinade with some warm water, oil, vinegar and the raw honey. I poured them all over the wings and sat them in the refrigerator for about an hour. I used my induction oven to make them and they were delicious, they had just the right amount of kick and perfect for my husband and I. The kids thought they were a little spicy because they don’t eat spicy foods. The other jars are going to be gifts for my sisters and my mom. So they all can enjoy the flavors of Henry’s Humdingers. Phoebe’s Fireball is also making a holiday appearance in some cookies for our family cookie swap. Henry’s website also features lots of great recipe ideas if you’re stuck and not sure what to do with your honey.
Interested in purchasing Henry’s Humdingers for yourself? You can buy it from their webstore and they have various price options. They have them in 6 oz jars for $5.99, 13 oz jars for $8.99, the Mega Shark Tank special (all four flavors in 13 oz jars) for $31.95 and the option to purchase 2 oz jars as favors. If you’re ordering them as favors they have a minimum order of 24 for $66.00. You can also find them at select local stores or request for them to be sold at your local store. Plus remember every purchase helps save bees. These would make a great gift for anyone, especially any foodies on your list.