Today we celebrate National Dessert Day, and with it, a plethora of honey dessert recipes. Since National Dessert Day falls in mid-October we picked our favorite fall-inspired treats so as to not overwhelm anyone. Using honey to sweeten your food is healthier than using processed cane sugar since it has a lower glycemic index and more nutrients. Honey also doesn't overpower the other ingredients in your recipes, making it the perfect addition to your kitchen, even baking with honey is preferable to using sugar.
Bumbleberry Pie is straight from our farm. It's a funny story where bumbleberries come from and it's worth a visit to this recipe to learn all about how to make Bumbleberry Pie.
These honey orange biscotti are so delicious that it's worth the fuss in making them. But fret not, we provide a video that makes baking these amazing treats easy to follow and fool-proof.
Celebrating National Dessert Day with Eastern Shore Honey
We make these honey poached pears with 10 ingredients. A little honey, vanilla, lemon juice, and brandy bring big flavor from farm to table. These pears are so beautiful, it's hard to believe they take less than 30 minutes to make.
Most compotes are made with dried fruits. We revisited the traditional compote and added fresh figs. This fig compote is a divine seasonal treat that we know you’ll love.
This Homemade Caramel Corn is a wonderful party favor or dessert treat at any Autumn Gathering.
Honey and ginger come together perfectly in these sweet, crumbly Honey Ginger Cookies. We know you'll love them as much as we do.
While we're on the subject of cookies, these Oatmeal Cookies with dried fruit are a hit every time I make them for the family and there's an added bonus, they are dairy-free.
Apples are aplenty, this time of the year so we decided to bring you an old-fashioned apple pie recipe that will knock your socks off. And who doesn’t love a good pie?
These healthy carrot cake bars are loved by kids of every age. I remember first being introduced to the concept of carrot cake as a kid, the whole idea of vegetables in the cake just didn’t go together. Then I tried it. How could I not love the carrot cake of the 1980s, loaded with gluten, hydrogenated oil and sugar, lots and lots of sugar?
Chocolate Sticky Apples are a favorite of ours, and they're so quick and easy to make too. Perfect for the trick or treaters that come around your block this year! And while we are on the subject of apples, these honey-baked apples are divine.
This Pecan Pie is really delicious, and really not that difficult to make! Made with only a handful of ingredients plus our Eastern Shore honey. My personal favorite pie for this time of the year is pumpkin pie, and we've made this several dozen times. If you're a pumpkin lover but want to cut back on dairy, this dairy-free pumpkin souffle is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth.
And don't forget a wonderfully seasonal after-dinner drink. This dairy-free eggnog is delicious!
For something simple and sweet, try one of our Honey Lollipops. They're handmade in America with honey from our farm and only the finest ingredients.
National Dessert Day is the perfect opportunity to get creative in the kitchen and let your sweet tooth lead the way! From cookies made with honey to sticky apple with chocolate, these recipes are sure to take your taste buds on a delightful journey. Honey lollipops, apple pie, and honey poached pears can transport you to another world while making a scrumptious treat. Why not celebrate National Dessert Day by trying out one of these amazing recipes for yourself? Even if you’re not the most skilled baker, it’s still possible to enjoy this special day with a few simple ingredients. Bake some cookies or pick up some store-bought treats - anything goes when it comes to celebrating National Dessert Day! So gather your friends and family, break out those cookbooks and recipe cards, and get creative in the kitchen for a sweet National Dessert Day celebration. Try these delicious recipes and have an unforgettable day of deliciousness!