I was so excited to try the Honey Trap.
I know what you’re thinking, “It looks like a really weird thing to do with honey.”
Yes, it does look like a weird thing.
But I promise you that honey trap eggs look really, really cute.
The honey trap looks like this: First, we need to make the honey trap.
You can make it at home, or at the farm.
I like making it at the home because it takes about 10 minutes.
But if you’re really into this DIY thing, then I highly recommend making it from scratch.
But, it’s worth it to get started.
So, here’s what you’ll need: The following ingredients: A jar of your favorite brand of honey, like Golden Corning’s Natural Honey, or any other kind you like.
I used Honey Nut Honey from Amazon, but any honey you can find is fine.
The jars of your choice.
I just used a regular kitchen spoon for this tutorial.
If you want to make a jar of honey trap honey that looks more like this, go ahead.
If not, then just use a large non-stick frying pan.
The egg whites.
You want them to be pretty thick and be slightly runny.
You could also make them by using your favorite non-gummy sweetener.
Honey traps don’t have to be super sweet to work.
You may find that a little goes a long way.
You also need a little extra to keep the honey from sticking to the bottom of the jar.
A small amount of your preferred non-Gummy Sweetener is enough.
You’ll also want to add some extra baking soda to the mix.
I found that adding baking soda actually makes the eggs stand out better in the honey.
I recommend using about half of a teaspoon of baking soda per egg.
That means you’ll get about 3 eggs per egg!
(I usually add 1/4 teaspoon per egg, but that’s my personal preference.)
I also added a couple of tablespoons of olive oil, some vanilla extract, and some honey.
For the honey, I added a little more of that sweetener to the honey as well.
For each of the eggs, I also took a teaspoon or so of your sweetener and added it to the egg.
If I was making an egg, I would use that sweetened egg for the final step.
For this honey trap egg, the baking soda made it super easy.
Just whisk in the egg and honey together.
Now it’s time to put the eggs in the jar of water.
If using the regular kitchen tongs, you’ll want to be careful not to break the eggs while you’re doing this.
You don’t want them all to stick together, and you don’t know how long they will stay in the water.
I put mine in the bowl with the honey and water.
Next, you’re going to need to add the honey traps to the jar or the container of water with the jars.
I made mine in a bowl with some water and a little bit of sugar, so they stayed together.
Then, I put the jars in the hot water to steam the eggs.
They’re ready to eat when you’ve finished them.
The next step is to let them sit in the fridge for at least an hour, so that the honey is still getting nice and soft.
Then you’ll take them out of the water and add some more baking soda.
I added about 1/2 teaspoon of the baking sugar to the eggs to help them stick to the lid.
You might also want some more butter or olive oil for the butter.
Then I placed them in the microwave to heat them up a little.
After about 10 to 15 minutes, they’re ready.
They look like this.
I did a little cooking around with the butter, and they cooked up pretty good.
Then it was time to remove the eggs from the water to let the butter cool down a bit.
Next up, I took the eggs out of their water, and put them in a dish.
Then just put them on the plate to eat.
They tasted like this!
After they’re done, you can take them home and eat them right away.
It looks like the eggs didn’t stick all that well, but they’re really soft.
I can’t really tell what they taste like from this, but I did think they had a really good flavor.
The other thing I did was put the foil in the oven and set the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit for about 30 minutes.
Then take the foil out and set it in a warm, draft-free place.
The foil will keep the eggs pretty warm while they’re cooking.
I also put the honey in the freezer to keep it from breaking during cooking.
After 30 minutes, I removed the foil and the eggs and put the oven back to 350 for a few more minutes.
The eggs cooked up really nicely, and were really nice and runny,