I have an obsession with honey; I'll purchase it every chance I get, especially if it's local. The problem with buying that much honey is that it does, eventually, crystallize before I use it all.
In the past, I simply re-liquefied it using a pan of hot water, but, the other day, I saw a TikTok video that demonstrated the technique for turning crystallized honey into creamed (or, spun) honey and I was intrigued. I love creamed honey and have also been known to purchase it (like, a lot). Honey is expensive and creamed honey is extra pricey, so I figured, what the hell? I have several jars of crystallized honey, why not give it a go?
So, I did.
The process is ridiculously simple. Gather your honey...