Holiday Honey [giveaway]

As mentioned in a previous post, I am working with Honey Ridge Farms to host a giveaway. What I’ve loved about using the honey cremes is how simple incorporating them can be.

Honey Ridge Farms Honey Creme

The raw honey cremes are blended with fruits and spices. Since they are never cooked, they retain the natural goodness of the fruit and honey. You can bake it into bread or cookies, slather it on warm buttered toast, scones, muffins, pancakes and waffles, or add it to hot coffees and teas.

Honey Ridge Farms Honey Creme

One lucky winner will receive the Honey Creme Gift Set, just in time for the holidays. The sample gift pack includes four 2.25 oz. jars of Honey Ridge Farms’ best selling honey cremes – Apricot, Blackberry, Lemon and Raspberry.

So many ways to enter [leave comment for each]!

1) Required: Check out the Honey Ridge Farms website and blog, and tell me which of the recipes posted using flavored honey cremes you would most want to try!

2) Optional: Follow Honey Ridge Farms on Twitter or Facebook.

3) Optional: Follow [Super Duper Fantastic] on Facebook!

4) Optional: If you share about this giveaway on Twitter, Facebook, or your website, leave a comment with a link.

Fine print: A winner will be selected the following Sunday. Please make sure I have a way to contact you. This giveaway is open only to residents of the 48 continental states.

Congrats, Cait! picked you!

Disclosure: While Honey Ridge Farms sent me free product as part of their “Taste the Love” campaign, I was not compensated for this post. All honey-loving opinions are my own.

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  • ewiley

    The Cranberry Honey Creme Brioche Pudding sounds pretty fantastic!

    • That DOES sound good. :) Thanks for entering!

  • This looks like a cool company, I love the Raspberry Chicken Salad recipe on their site!

    • lyzl

      oh, I agree!

  • Im following them on twitter @tiffanynico:twitter 

  • Honey cheesecake filled strawberries sounds delicious!

    I already “like” your blog on Facebook & liked theirs.  Lovely giveaway Suki!

    • I’m glad you’re entering! :) I never thought to put honey in cheesecake before, but that sounds good with strawberries. 

  • Renee T.

    I’m a cookie girl so the lemon honey cookies with cranberries look awesome.  But I also love the idea of having a honey and cheese tasting party with my friends. 

    • Yes, honey and cheese is such a great combo! :) 

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  • I’d love to try making  Apricot Honey Creme Bars

  • I follow Honey Ridge on Twitter

  • I like Honey ridge on FB

  • I like you on FB

  • I RT’d this giveaway

  • Cathy W

    The  Apricot Honey Creme Bars sound yummy

  • Cathy W

    I follow Honey Ridge on Twitter @cjwallace43:disqus

  • Cathy W

    I like Honey ridge on FB

  • Cathy W
  • I too wanna try the
    Cranberry Honey Creme Brioche Pudding!

  • I follow you on FB!

  • Angie B.

    I like the recipe idea of using the spiced honey creme for a ham glaze

  • I’m torn between the salmon recipes.  Mmmmm salmon.  These look cool.  Have never heard of them before.  The glazes are interesting too!

  • Angie B.

    Follow honey ridge farms on twitter as @angiewith3:twitter 

  • Angie B.

    Follow Super Duper Fantastic on facebook

  • Angie B.


  • Runlikagirl

    I think this one has made my day…Lemon Honey Cookies with Cranberries. Sounds amazing! I want some now.

  • Barbara Steiger


  • Marg

    The meatballs sound amazing. 

  • Margaret

    I need me a cup of that Spiced Mexican Hot Chocolate! :-) Cute blog btw!

  • lyzl

    this: asian pork ginger meatballs. yums.

  • lyzl

    Oh, and I just liked YOU on Facebook.

    • yay, thank you! :P

  • I think my favorite recipe has to be the lemon honey cookies with cranberries. They just look so yummy!

  • I just followed you on Facebook. :]

  • Jacquie

    the apricot honey bars look good ….

  • Jacquie

    don’t do facebook or twitter so those options are out  but i’m already a subscriber to honey ridge blog does that “count” for an additional chance?

    • absolutely! :)