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3 Recipes with Drizzle


Hello loves,

As some of you know, I have been on an anti-inflammatory diet to reduce my migraines and headaches. I have had to cut down on a lot of my favourite foods including dairy and bread but I think the hardest thing that I had to give up was sugar. Sugar has always been a trigger for my headaches so I wasn’t surprised when my naturopath told me I couldn’t have it anymore.

On the plus side, I have found much healthier alternatives and that is where Drizzle honey comes in. I have found that if I substitute honey for sugar in a lot of cases that I am able to eat whatever it is.

Drizzle honey prides themselves on being an everyday luxury for regular people, so I’ve decided to share three very basic recipes that I use on a regular basis that make me feel like I am indulging but I don’t have to feel guilty.


Drizzle Winter Spiced Honey with Gluten-Free Oatmeal

  1. 1/2 cup of Gluten Free Oats

  2. 1/2 cup of Water (or as much as you like, I like my oatmeal very sticky so I use less water)

  3. 1 tablespoon of Winter Spiced Drizzle Honey


Add the water to the oats and cook in microwave for 1:00 minute. Take it out and stir in the tablespoon of honey.

This recipe is super easy and great for people living in dorm rooms or busy people like me that eat in a rush in the morning.



Overnight Chia Pudding with Drizzle Honey

  1. 1/2 cup of Chia Seeds

  2. 1 can of Coconut milk

  3. 2 tablespoons of Drizzle Honey


Mix the chia seeds and coconut milk together in a bowl. You can either add one kind of honey to the whole batch or split it into two batches and add one flavour of honey to one batch and another flavour to the other batch. Put in Tupperware and place in fridge overnight.

I eat this almost every week. I love how I can make it the night before and have it ready for breakfast or a snack for school the following day.


Drizzle Honey Salad Dressing

  1. 2 tablespoons of Drizzle Honey

  2. 2 tablespoons of Balsamic Vinegar

  3. 1/2 cup of Olive Oil

  4. 1 tablespoon of Dijon or Old-Style Mustard

  5. Lemon juice from half a lemon

  6. Salt and Pepper


Put all the ingredients together in a mason jar and shake to mix together and pour on a salad or on vegetables before roasting them.

This is such a yummy recipe. I am obsessed with salads and veggies since I can’t eat bread anymore. It’s hard when you eat a lot of the same food all the time to mix things up but this recipe is so simple and will add so much flavour to anything you put it on.

I hope you enjoyed this post and please leave a comment if you have any questions about my diet or where you can get some Drizzle honey for yourself!



Thank you to Drizzle for sponsoring this post!

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