If you’ve ever kept honey in your house, you’ve probably experienced crystallized honey.
That’s when the delicious honey turns from a slow moving liquid into crunchy, hard, crystals. It’s easy to think that your honey has gone bad and should be tossed, but don’t. Crystallized honey is normal and common, and it’s easy to fix.
One way you can turn crystallized honey back into a liquid is to fill a pan with water and place the jar of honey in it. Then put the pan on the stove and slowly heat it. As the water heats, it will warm up the crystallized honey and turn it back into a liquid.
The other way to fix crystallized honey is to put it in a microwave-safe container and microwave it for 15-20 seconds at a time. Just stir it frequently and be careful (it will get hot!).
Honey is not only a tasty treat, it’s a natural cough suppressant and great for sore throats. Now that you know this trick, you can make sure you always have some on hand.