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Honeysuckle Simple Syrup

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Honeysuckle Simple Syrup

This Honeysuckle Simple Syrup is the perfect flavor addition in cocktails, tea, coffee – really any beverage and lends itself nicely in many recipes as well.

Honeysuckle Simple Syrup

Who doesn’t remember a childhood filled with little honeysuckle blossoms.

Licking the light sweet nectar from the base of the honeysuckle stem is a vivid childhood memory.

I wanted to create some recipes that involved this sweet, light flavor and infuse it into all kinds of things. 

After making a batch of Honeysuckle Infusion Water, I had a whole slew of recipes I really wanted to make.

And that’s what I’ve been busy doing whenever I find some free time (haha).

I may or may not have gotten a bit carried away in my obsession with this little tiny fragrant flower.

So far I have made: (I will link to these recipes when I add them to the site over the course of the next couple of weeks)

Honeysuckle Recipes To Try

Then take it a step beyond that, and I’ve made:

And I have plans to keep going (I made a lot!)

How to Make Honeysuckle Simple Syrup

You will need this Honeysuckle Infusion Water Recipe to make this Simple Syrup Recipe.

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Honeysuckle Simple Syrup

Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Heat the Honeysuckle Infusion water and sugar on the stove until all sugar has dissolved. Remove from heat and allow to cool.
  2. Pour into jar or container and store in the refrigerator for up to two weeks to add to a myriad of recipes!

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Once you whip up the Honeysuckle Syrup, you can actually use it in place of honey in many recipes.

Try this Honey Cake with the simple syrup!

You will love using this recipe in dozens of recipes from drinks, to appetizers to desserts! It goes great for so many things and helps preserve the sweet taste of a childhood summer! 

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Kimberley Sciacca

Tuesday 14th of August 2018

Where do you get your honeysuckle blossoms from? I know there are different types of honeysuckle (some which are toxic).

Nicole Cook

Wednesday 15th of August 2018

We have honeysuckle that grows near our house and in our backyards, so that's what I use. The berries on the honeysuckle bush are what are poisonous, not the blossoms. This recipe does not use the berries, as I wouldn't recommend ingesting them - but the nectar and blossoms are fine.

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