5 Sweet Finds for the Honey Lover

Gift these snacks and treats to friends—or keep them all to yourself.


Larabar Honey Almond Cranberry Crunchy Nut & Seed Bars


Though they’re famous for their soft and chewy bars, Larabar’s new gluten-free Nut and Seed line is equally as delicious. This flavor contains just nine ingredients: almonds, chia seeds, coconut, maple sugar, coconut oil, dried cranberries, sea salt, vanilla, and of course, honey. Eat one for breakfast or pack them as a snack.

To buy: $16 for four 4-count boxes, amazon.com.

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Nature Nate’s Honey Tins


These gorgeous tins, which each include one 16-ounce bottle of raw and unfiltered honey, come in five designs: Kitchen, Leaves, Berries, Fall Blooms, and Wood Grain. Purchase one of each, and you’ll be armed with hostess and housewarming gifts for the fall and holiday seasons.

To buy: $12 for one tin, naturenates.com.

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Savannah Bee Company Honey Straws


Whether it’s after lunch or right before bed, everyone has moments when they are craving a little something sweet. These straws are filled with lavender honey—a floral, fruity treat that will perk you right up. The perfectly portioned packaging makes them great for sweetening coffee or oatmeal, too.

To buy: $5 for 12 sticks, amazon.com.

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Pasteli By Navarino Icons


Sesame seeds are an underrated ingredient. They star in luscious tahini, everything bagels, and fudge-like halva. Better yet, they combine beautifully with honey to create pastelis, a healthier alternative to candy or energy bars filled with refined sugar. The festive box makes these great as a gift, or to put out for guests at a party. 

To buy: $18 for set of 3, deandeluca.com.

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Justin’s Honey Peanut Butter Squeeze Packs


These pocket-sized packs save the day time and time again. Grab one throughout the day when you’re in need of a pick-me-up, and enjoy the sweet, nutty taste of rich and creamy peanut butter.

To buy: $4.90 for pack of 10, amazon.com.

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