It doesn't take a lot of equipment to make creamed honey — and the results can be very profitable for the beekeeper. Creamed honey is super smooth and easy to scoop, making it popular as a spread!
Creamed honey is the result of honey crystallization in a controlled environment. Other names for creamed honey include whipped, churned, spun, and candied honey. We recommend the Dyce Method for Creamed Honey production. This method produces a batch of creamed honey in one to two weeks.
Find equipment for making creamed honey in varying sizes — from options for the local beekeeper making small batches to larger machines to produce in bulk, perfect for making thousands of pounds to sell year-round. We also offer large capacity heated and unheated Lyson Creamers — while they're not listed here, you can contact us for special order.