Store 1 kg honey
Store 2 kgs honey and 2 kgs sugar
Yay! More honey and sugar.
I won't be storing the honey this time though because I have LOTS of the stuff. I will get more sugar because I use that in my baking.
Don't forget that there are different sugars out there - not just white sugar. You can store raw sugar, brown sugar, caster sugar, icing sugar if you really want to. It depends really on what you use as a family and what will work best for you. You can also store things like maple syrup, golden syrup, glucose syrup. I classify these under 'sugar'. My children would live on pancakes and maple syrup if they could!
I was fortunate enough to get good quality honey just before honey prices went through the roof. I purchased a few kilos of it (4 or 5 - I can't remember) and it is stored away until we go through the bucket of honey I have in my pantry cupboard. That bucket has lasted us 5 years so far (it was a 2 kg bucket). Mmmm I can feel some honey jumbles needing to be cooked!
Honey doesn't go off, but it may crystalise. Simply leave it out in the sun for a little bit (with the lid on). I don't really recommend putting it in the microwave but it is possible.
This will be the last of the honey and sugar we store for this year.