This delicious nectar honey is collected from a variety of different types of flowers, which stands for a variety of flavors.
The blossom honey is a darf yellow to light brown honey, which convinces by its aromatic-fine taste and its versatile use.
Whether for baking, in tea or for breakfast - this fine honey is a true allrounder!
120g flour (Type 1050)
400g unsweetened cereals (and if you prefer raisins or dried fruits)
120g unsweetened apple puree
100g Wernet blossom honey
100g creamy Wernet blossom honey
Mix flour, cereals, honey and apple puree and spread the mixture on a baking tray.
Bake it in the oven at 170 degrees for 20 minutes.
You can cut the cereal bars best as long as they are still warm.
Then let cool completely and pack airtight.
You can put together the muesli mixture as you wish: more seeds, dried fruit or oatmeal,...
No, honey is not vegan.
The flower nectar or honeydew is brought into the hive by the bees in the honey stomach (a part of their intestines).
There, this liquid is passed to a worker bee, which mixes them with their saliva.
Then these worker bees spit the honey into the cell of a honeycomb and seal it with propolis.