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Here is another wonderful recipe for a gift to give to all of your adult parent friends who may need a little sweetness in their tea. What a great way to relax, while their children take cooking classes and learn to cook dinner for the family. You might want to suggest that they take a look at all the Bake Austin cooking classes for kids and they won't even have to search for "children's cooking classes near me" because they are virtual!
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HOW TO MAKE INFUSED HONEY
In order to create homemade infused honey, you will need:
- 1 Cup Honey
- 1-2 Tbsp Dried Herbs
- Clean Mason Jar
- Handmade Label
Note: Please use dried herbs only for this method! You can also use spices like cinnamon sticks, star anise, or even vanilla beans.
Measure out your honey and pour into a clean mason jar. Add herbs and stir. Close container and infuse for a minimum of 2 weeks. Once the honey is infused you can strain out the herbs.
Dried herbs we like to use: rosemary, sage, thyme, mint, lemon balm, lavender, chamomile, and/or rose petals.
If you have any envelope labels laying around, a neat idea for your labels would be to use stamps for a cool look!
DIY GIFT IDEAS
If you start the infusion process today, the honey should be ready to strain and bottle by December 22nd. A quick and easy gift could include some of your favorite loose tea blends, a stainless steel tea strainer, the honey, and a mug!
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Be sure to order physical gifts by Wednesday, December 15th,
to ensure they will arrive by Saturday, December 25th!
"Pascal is a great teacher! She speaks to each and every child in her class. She helps them with the process like she was in the same room with them. She is patient, kind and personable. She helps the children build skills and self confidence. My grandson had his first class with Pascal and came away with a new sense of pride and self confidence. He also learned a new appreciation of food prep and all the effort one puts into it. I was so impressed with him keeping on task. Thank you!" - Mary Anne N.
Before founding Bake Austin, Pascal Simon earned her degree as a Pastry Chef from the prestigious Auguste Escoffier School of Culinary Arts. A mother of two, Pascal is passionate about cultivating the next generation of bakers and welcomes children from all schooling backgrounds, whether public, private or homeschooled.