Winnie the Pooh was onto something always hoarding and eating his big jar of hunny. Take a cue from Pooh Bear and check out these five easy recipes that use his favorite food: honey! Sweet, savory and all around tasty, scroll down for dishes with a sweet kick your own hunnies will love.

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1. Honey Dijon Garlic Chicken
Sticky, savory chicken in 15 mins? Totally possible with this delicious recipe by Rasa Malaysia, and you probably already have all the ingredients at home! The key is cooking the chicken without the bone, but keeping the skin on for texture and flavor.
Get the recipe here.

 

 

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2. Honey-Glazed Chicken With Root Vegetables
Use your 8×8 inch baking pan for more than just making brownies. With this recipe from Bay Area-based cookbook author of the recent The 8×8 Cookbook, food blogger and mom, Kathy Strahs honey and balsamic vinegar combine to make a delectable and flavorful dish–all that you can make in your 8×8 pan!
Get the recipe here.

 

 

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3. Honey Garlic Chicken & Broccoli Stir Fry
Inspired by her husband’s love of chicken wings, Kari of GI 365 created this stir-fry recipe that features the same sweet and savory flavors of her hubby’s fave dish. Your kids will love the flavor combination, and you’ll love that making this healthy meal only takes 30 minutes. It’s a win-win.
Get the recipe here.

 

 

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4. Slow Cooker Honey Soy Chicken
Relish in this Asian-inspired recipe without the take-out calories. This slow cooker Honey Soy Chicken from Shared Appetite carries a sweet and sour kick that’ll satisfy all the hungry bellies. For the tamer palates, skip the sriracha.
Get the recipe here.

 

5. Flank Steak with Rosemary
We have one word: marinade. The marinade for this flank steak (which, by the way, you don’t need a grill to whip up) is full of flavor thanks to the insanely yummy mixture of herbs, soy sauce, olive oil and of course, honey.
Get the recipe here.

What is your favorite dinner recipe that uses honey? Do you cook with honey? Leave a comment for our community below!

— Erin Lem