September in Las Vegas means drinking pumpkin spice lattes in shorts and flipflops and girls wishing they could wear fall fashion of chunky sweaters and boots even though it’s still over 100 degrees out. The Fall struggle is real out in the desert. I have great news to get you through the transition month of September-it’s national honey month! National Pizza Day, National Donut Day, National Pet Day, basically we are all obsessed with these unofficial yet social media official holidays. The month of September is a countdown to the holidays-school has started but the dreaded wait for Halloween (my favorite), Thanksgiving, and Christmas still seems like ages away! So lets celebrate with a food everyone can agree to love-honey!
We celebrated national honey month making more golden memories with our family. I love making the simplest meal feel special for my toddlers-that way odds are they will actually eat it! I decided to throw together a quick little honey party to ‘celebrate.’ If you’ve been following me for awhile you know I LOVE being festive! I threw the kiddos a simple flag party during Independence Day.
I’m not the greatest cook, (simply bc I’m lazy-I’m working on it now that I’m a SAHM) so this snack recipe can’t get ANY easier. Whole wheat toast, peanut butter, apples slices, and topped with you guessed it—honey!
Click this link to find even more HONEY inspired recipes for snacks, side dishes, and even main dishes!
Have the best time counting down my favorite holidays and celebrating life’s golden moments with National Honey Month!
Your Redlocks and Shamrocks Girl,