A unique sweetener with the perfect hint of tartness, Bee
Free Honee is “apple honey” in that it’s made from apples and not
bees! Using only three all-natural ingredients (apple, cane sugar
and lemon juice), there’s nothing remotely artificial, and it
contains absolutely no added colors and no corn
Bee Free Honee is made in Minnesota using strictly Midwest apples.
The bottles and caps are from nearby in-state manufacturers as well
as the boxes, labels and printing, making this a truly local item
that supports local business.
Use Bee Free Honee in your favorite recipes anywhere you’d normally
use honey or agave nectar, add it to beverages for a great natural
sweetener, top off your desserts, pancakes and waffles…anywhere
that you can use the sweetness and flavor of honey, you’ll have Bee
Free Honey as the perfect cruelty-free alternative. Each 12 oz.
(340.2g) bottle contains 16 one-tablespoon servings. $6.49 per
Ingredients: Organic apple
juice concentrate, water, non-GMO, non-GMO vegan cane sugar, lemon
Serving size – 1 tbsp. (20g)
Servings per container – 16
Calories per serving – 60
Total fat – 0g
Sodium – 0g
Total carbohydrate – 16g (0g fiber, 16g sugars)
Protein – 0g
From Anonymous of Midland, Texas on 6/24/2016.
I wish the sugar content was lower or even a sugar sub but we can't have everything! I was hoping to find a honey sub for my husband who is a diabetic and can't have honey-( no matter what people or websites say about it being "natural sugar"). Congrats on the great product and Shark Tank!
YES! Now we have it all!
From dennis talasco of glendale, New York on 2/18/2016.
OK....like everybody is saying, this stuff is absolutely delicious! And now there's nothing else I can think of we vegans have to do without. And it's not just close...it's exactly like honey...same 60 calorie count. I'm so happy!
From Anonymous of Rancho Cucamonga, California on 8/1/2015.
To Anonymous from Los Angeles, the ingredients list states that it is non-GMO!
From Jen of Long Island, New York on 9/11/2014.
It would be hard to tell this is a honey alternative as it has a similar taste and can be used the same way. I use it in tea and on toast. Will try for the holidays this year in an Italian 'honey ball' dessert recipe-strufoli(sp). Also going to try with 'Honee' roasted paenuts...excellent prtoduct
From Anonymous of Madison, Wisconsin on 9/7/2014.
Maybe I haven't eaten honey in awhile, but it's extremely similar to honey in my book. If I didn't know there was such a thing as a honey sub I'd assume it was honey if I tried it on a spoon.I'm going to start using it in a few recipes and see how it works, but based off my experiences with it so far I have high hopes.
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