We’ve found a delightful, easy, fast and inexpensive dessert for you this week, and all you’ll need are two ingredients for this honey souffle. If you're staying at home a lot now and a bit low on ingredients and cash, this sweet treat can literally be whipped up in no time.

The fine chef over at Simple Cooking Channel presents the entire recipe creation process in just 3:46 minutes. Please visit his recipe channel and subscribe if you are so inclined. With over 1.5 million subscribers, he’s got plenty of fans.

At Bee Mission we are all about all things BEE. A honey souffle recipe fits right in with the plan. The chef uses lovely raw honey straight from a beehive. Not all of us are able to pull that off, but if you can, the flavor will be so much richer than processed honey. Otherwise, organic honey is a good choice, or whichever favorite honey is in your cupboard today.

This recipe is not nearly as elaborate as other sweet treats we’ve presented recently, but don’t be fooled by the simplicity. These are exquisite, and your taste buds will revel in this rather decadent experience.

Without further ado, here is the 3:46-minute video presentation:

Honey Souffle Ingredients:

2 Egg yolks

1/3 Cup of honey

2 Egg whites

Separate your 2 eggs and put the yolks into a mixing bowl and add 1/3 cup of honey.

Mix these with a hand whisk until well combined.

Put the egg whites in a separate small bowl and use an electric egg beater until it forms soft peaks.

Cut the egg whites into the honey-yolk mixture and fold them in with a spatula to keep it light and fluffy.

Scoop portions equally into 4 souffle bowls.

Place the 4 bowls on a baking sheet and slide into a pre-heated oven (400F or 200C), turning the heat down to 375F or 180C.

It should only take 10-12 minutes for the souffle mix to rise above the tops of the bowls and start to look like crispy golden domes on top. This means they are ready, so remove them from the oven.

Don’t worry as they deflate quickly once they are out of the oven, they will still be delicious.

Eat them while they are still warm. Souffle is not a dish that holds well for any period of time. It’s in-the-moment comfort food at it’s finest.

Thank you, sweet honeybees!