My husband’s favorite Disney character and movie when he was a small boy was The Many Adventures of Winnie The Pooh. And we’ve watched it with each and all of our kids. (And we’ve read them the books, too!)
The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh is out today (August 27) in a new Blu-Ray/DVD Combo Pack. (#DisneyWinnie) There are SO many memorable lines in this classic movie. One of my favorites is the one that talks about how a day without a friend is like a pot without a drop of honey. I thought it would make an awesome printable and a great gift to bring to a friend or neighbor.
And when we were at our city’s farmer’s market last week I found some beautiful raspberries and blackberries, and some local honey. I thought it would be yummy to make berry honey to take to special friends!
Here’s the super simple recipe:
Berry Honey Recipe
1 pound of berries
1 pound of honey
- In a heavy pan, combine honey and berries and bring to a boil, stirring constantly.
- Once the mixture reaches a boil, pour the mixture into a blender and blend until incorporated.
- Then return the mixture to the pan and boil for 2 more minutes, until the berries have softened up into the honey mixture.
- Then pour the mixture through a fine sieve and into canning jars, using a funnel.
- Let the mixture cool and then put the lids on the jars and print and cut out the printables and attach them to the top of the lid.
- Refrigerate the jars and deliver them to your neighbors and friends!!
And here are the printables!
This PDF includes two sizes of Mason Jar lid labels. Just right-click the link (or image) and choose “Save As” to download.
And here’s the 4×6-inch printable — perfect for a small photo frame (especially a yellow one!). Just right-click the link (or image) and choose “Save As” to download.
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PS: Do you love Winnie-The-Pooh? Check out these other fun ideas celebrating that Silly Old Bear: