For a while, you put honey in everything. You made honey cake and baklava, sweetened whole batches of granola, made honey buns just for the honey's sake. And all there's left is a slim layer of honey crystallizing in the bottom of the jar. Now what?
Here's what to make if you've only got a few tablespoons:
Use it to sweeten a vinaigrette! Whisk or shake it up with a bit of vinegar or lemon juice, olive oil, and mustard.
Make a compound butter for your biscuits or toast. Mash whatever leftover honey you have into a few tablespoons of butter until completely (or mostly) combined.
Dollop it out onto a cheese plate next to something salty or strong-flavored.
Coat roasted nuts in a thin layer of honey for a salty-sweet snack.