This Instructable will teach you how to easily make a honey stick. It's a simple and tasty snack.

Step 1: Materials

1. Honey, of cource! http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/honey
2. A straw, make sure it's not bendy.
3. Sissors
4 Painter's tape.

*This can get sticky*
or use a seal a meal. with the seal only function.
You could also just melt the end of the straw with a lighter, take your fingers to press the ends together and seal. It doesn't burn your fingers, but be careful.
Thanks for the suggestion! I just did my own instructable using the technique you're referring to.<br> <a href="http://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-Honey-Sticks/"><br> DIY Honey Sticks</a><br> <br>
You could alsom use wax! I've seen honey straws sealed with wax.
How do you eat it? Suck the honey out, or bite the straw?
Both. ;)
What if you froze these, extracted the stick, and used them as tea stirrers?
That's a cool idea. Does honey freeze?
<em>...freeze...cool idea...</em><br/><br/>Yeh, well, <em>I</em> thought it was amusing!<br/><br/>Nice idea for a snack - #2 son would love them, whilst simultaneously gluing himself to the fridge :-)<br/>
#1 wouldn't like them? (Do you actually call them #1 and #2? ..."One, get over here!")
#1 is not so keen on honey.<br/><br/>I do occasionally call them by their numbers (it's a family thing - my dad calls me #1 son, even though I have no brothers, just a sister), especially if I'm calling them from a distance.<br/><br/>Mainly, though, it's an identity precaution (just like I refer to my other half as <em>Kitewife</em> because she has a very unusual name that would be easy to track down). I'll keep calling them #1 and #2 online until they're old enough to understand the dangers of identity theft and can decide for themselves.<br/>
(It's not "1" and "2", though, it's "Number One Son" and "Number Two Son". I think my dad pinched the idea off old Charlie Chan films).
Very efficient... I plan on naming my robot army that way. When I take over the world, I will dedicate my success to instrucables! The general robot even looks like an instrucables robot!
like jackie chan? rush hour was like hecka cool
No, an old movie detective.<br/><br/>(google)<br/><br/><a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.charliechan.net/mainmenu.html">This is a fan site</a> and <a rel="nofollow" href="http://charliechanfamily.tripod.com/index.html">so is this</a>.<br/><br/><a rel="nofollow" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlie_Chan">Good ol' Wikipedia</a><br/>
eh detectives aint no cool!
Well everything freezes...im not sure if it would freeze in a normal freezer though..
it wouldn't freeze in a normal freezer it would just crystalize
We have a hive at our house... From two boxes we got EIGHTY POUNDS OF HONEY!!!
ha ha with our 3 we got 260!!! :P
my uncle is the head beekeeper of our county and has 6-8 hive at my house and several around the county, this looks like a great idea.
my gramma would send us those, but there were like pro sealeded
or use <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.instructables.com/id/Foil_Welding_Machine/">this</a> to seal them, only holding them with pliers instead of the wood. Then they stay good, and stay closed for good until you cut them.<br/><br/>(thanks to ikssk for the idea)<br/>
Use <a rel="nofollow" href="http://www.instructables.com/id/Foil_Welding_Machine/">this</a> to seal them, and they're perfect. I plan to do this soon.<br/>
would it be possible to add flavoring(ex. cherry juice?)
I think it is, you would have to figure out a way to do it though. Try mixing them in a bowl and use a funnel to get the honey into the stick.
Sounds pretty good, but I wouldn't have the honey contacting the adhesive of that tape. I would bend the end of the straw upward, then tape that closed so you don't have to worry about that.
I never thought of that, it also helps to prevent leaks. Thanks.
Hmmmmmmmm nice but too much screwing around.... Methinks a spoon in the jar is much easier...
Why go through the trouble of forming sugar into cubes?
The tea stirrer idea is pretty good, but if i were you, i would seal the end by melting the plastic together, you could use a bag sealer.
Great idea! <em><sub>Wow, a month and a half delayed response</sub></em> I tried that, but my bag sealer was too weak. <br/>
dude tehse r like hecka cool! i used bendy straw with the bendy part cut out. reusable too.

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