Honey Powder (340 servings)Product Number: 35
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Ready Hour Honey Powder is so simple to use and so versatile that you'll want to keep an ample supply on hand. It has a shelf life of up to 30 years. Get the sweet taste of honey in your baking and dessert recipes on demand without the mess and inconvenience of measuring out sticky liquid.
Stir a teaspoonful into your herbal tea to bring out the flavors. Because our Honey Powder lasts longer and is easier to use, you'll never have to waste a pinch. No more worries about those last few inches of honey you can't get out of the jar. Great for daily use and absolutely ideal in an emergency when your family craves sweet comfort! This item comes in a big #10 can size, about five times the size of a normal soup can.
- Ultimate convenience
- Easy to measure and use
- Sweet honey flavor
- Up to 30-year shelf-life unopened
- Up to 1-year shelf-life after opening
- #10 can size, about 9x bigger than a standard 10.25 ounce grocery soup can
- Requires no refrigeration
- Honey powder
- Made in the USA
- Weighs 3.8 pounds
- Discard the oxygen absorber packet immediately after opening.
- Use Honey Powder as a sweetener in beverages and recipes. It is a delicious substitute for sugar or honey, and while it is slightly sweeter, you should use approximately the same amount.
- One cup of Honey Powder mixed with 1/4 cup of water equals one cup of liquid honey. To rehydrate the Honey Powder, gradually blend 1/4 cup of water into one cup of powder. Heat this mixture over low heat to fully dissolve the sugars. Once it cools, use your re-hydrated honey as you would use fresh honey. Store it in a sealed jar, if desired.
Use Honey Powder:
- In an emergency, on the trail or at the campsite
- To sweeten cold beverages like lemonade and iced tea
- To sweeten hot drinks like herbal tea and coffee
- Sprinkled over hot or cold cereal
- As a sugar replacement in baking
- Any time you need a convenient, delicious sweetener
Honey powder (cane sugar, honey), fructose.
It's best to store this emergency food in a dry, cool location — a dark area, if possible, at temperatures between 55°F and 70°F. Actual shelf life may vary based on individual storage conditions.
*0.1 gallons of water are needed to prepare entire #10 can.
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