Been making these for years. First heard about them from a fellow bush crafting hoodlum named pipefitter. But since my wife tried to avoid wheat, I changed it up. And when my wife started taking chia, a la the Tarahumaru, I changed it up again. Anyway, it is really simple. And the end result honey cakes can be stored unrefrigerated and last for months. I think pipefitter mentioned that he stored his in a bag for six months. Ours have never lasted that long. A couple months tops. The cool part is the energy boost. Since my wife has a long trail race tomorrow, I decided to make a fresh batch for her. I know. She is ONLY doing 30 miles on a hilly trail. I mean, why even pack water for something that short, right? But she has taken these honey cakes before as have I, to great effect. So without further ado... Dry stuff with the honey poured on "Batter" mixed First time using these cupcake paper cups. Awesome! Wish I always did it this way. Done in the oven Perfectly golden brown, no stick, no fuss, no muss, perfect consistency, and tastes good. I find a couple honey cakes after a good meal with a load of coffee if fantastic. Fueled a tired, right after camping me, through a grueling four hour martial arts workout. I noticed the chia seeds always seem to "float" to the top. It passed the main test! It has been so hot and humid and today was no exception. Wifee suggested not making it since it involved baking. But her run is tomorrow, so I kinda gotta. So hot, sweaty and stinky now. Had to cool off with cold drinks.