“Honey glazing is really, really good for you,” said Holly, who works at a local bakery in the Los Angeles area.
“It really softens the flavor of the dish, and it really brightens up the dessert.
If you’re looking for a honey-glazed chocolate cake or a honey glaze, you’re going to love it.
The cake will be very creamy, and the chocolate will be so soft and gooey.
If it’s not your thing, you can always use a buttercream frosting.”
“The only thing I would change about honey glazes is that they should be baked for less time,” she added.
“They should be allowed to cool in the pan for at least 20 minutes before they’re ready to serve.”
A good honey glazier should be able to keep the glaze from separating and also be able make the cake stand up for a while.
Honey-glaze desserts don’t require much effort.
They’re easy to make, take just 10 minutes to assemble, and can be stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 days.