Delicious because of the milkshake 🥤
Anise honey has a golden brown color with a special spicy taste. Anise can be used in dishes to flavor it.
What is Anise?
Anise (Pimpinella anisum) is a plant belonging to the umbelliferae family (Umbelliferae or Apiaceae). The “seeds” of anise are used for flavoring dishes.
Vitamins in anise
Aniseed contains many vitamins. For example, it is rich in vitamin B6. B6 is important for a healthy metabolism, your hormone regulation, growth, the functioning of your immune system and your nervous system. Vitamins B1, B2, B3, B5 and B11 (also known as folic acid) are also represented in aniseed. Aniseed also contains vitamin C, which most people know that it is important for your immune system. In addition, it contains a number of essential minerals.
How do you use anise honey?
Now that we know that anise contains many healthy nutrients, it is time to tell you how you can best process the anise honey:
- In the morning with your oatmeal or muesli.
- For example, mix through the tea!
- A tasty option is to add it to baking recipes such as cake or cookies. It makes your recipe that little bit more special and you have to use less sugar.
- The combination with dates is also super delicious.
- What’s also delicious is because of your milkshake. A little bit of anise honey is enough.
In short, plenty of options.
Ingredients in honey :
Do not forget to enjoy honey and realize what naturally occurs in our honey on average:
Vitamin B2 0.03mg, Vitamin B6 0.05mg, Vitamin C 3.2mg, Sodium 7mg, Potassium 50mg, Calcium 5mg, Phosphorus 20mg, Iron 1.3mg, Magnesium 2mn, Copper 0.09mg, Zinc 0.60mg.
If that is not healthy!