In this Instructable, I'll show you the simple process of making creamed honey. If you haven't ever had creamed honey you don't know what you are missing. Creamed honey is thicker and "creamier" than standard honey. It tastes better, feels like velvet on your tongue, and won't smoosh out of your sandwich so much.
Step 1: Getting Started - Creamed honey facts
You can determine the size of the crystals in your honey by providing a pattern or "starter." The easiest way to get a good starter is to buy your favorite creamed honey. Once you have that, you can make endless gallons of creamed honey.
One really cool advantage of creamed honey is that it is already crystalized, so it will never get all nasty and gritty, even if you loose it in your pantry for a few years.
For those who prefer visual explanations, you can see the process in this video.