These ridiculously adorable honey dishes are actually surprisingly easy to make! Kids will go crazy from them, plus! They can get to work on making one mini honey dish for each person at the table. Nothing like a win, win during this busy time!
Choose a fairly rounded apple, not one that stands lopsided.
Neatly slice off the top of the apple horizontally, approximately a half an inch off the tip. It is ideal if there is a hole at the top of the apple where the stem was so that you can stick your honey dipper stick through that hole.
Using a melon baller, create a cavity in the apple. Make sure to leave a hefty wall around the cavity so that no honey seeps through, and the wall doesn’t crack.
Fill your apple with honey!
Carefully stick your honey dipper stick through the hole in the apple. This is the cover of your honey dish!
These came out great! We made one for every kid at our table on the first night and two generally for the adults to the share. The next day, we baked the apples and served them during the Simanim part of the festival meal. They were fantastic.
Some of us may have sprinkled the mini chocolate chips from the Apple Pops onto our baked apple and had chocolate honey apple.
This sounds delicious! We are so happy to hear that you made this honey dish!