Reducing refined sugar in your family’s diet can be tricky, which is why Nature Nate’s is committed to producing raw and unfiltered honey that provides parents with a natural way to sweeten meal time.

In other words, it’s honey made by bees…not by people.

Unlike most¬†supermarket honey, which has¬†been pasteurized and kills off good stuff like enzymes and pollens, at¬†Nature Nate’s, honey is bottled raw and unfiltered, which helps¬†bring families¬†all¬†the health benefits.

 
Nature Nate's raw and unfiltered honey now comes in individual serving snack packs | Cool Mom Eats

And now, with the new¬†Nature Nate’s Honey Packets,¬†parents can easily¬†stash one in a¬†bag, pack in a lunchbox, or even pop a few in an Easter basket for a perfectly sized, on-the-go portion of sweetness whenever it’s needed.

Or stick with the bottles for so many ways to sweeten mealtime naturally. Drizzle honey over oatmeal or yogurt for breakfast; add to a smoothie at snack time; or use it to top seed butter sandwiches deliciously.

Kids will not complain.

This has been a sponsored message from Nature Nate’s. To learn more, find them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and of course, on their website¬†where you can purchase Nature Nate’s raw, natural unfiltered honey¬†directly. We’d also love to thank Nature Nate’s for sponsoring this week’s Kitchen Help Live, our weekly Facebook Live broadcast.

Be sure to tune in on Thursday, April 6th at 1 pm ET on the Cool Mom Picks Facebook page to watch me put together a super easy and totally elegant make-ahead Easter brunch menu and answer all of your Easter brunch questions in a special Live broadcast.