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Manuka Honey Pops

August 02, 2019 2 Comments

Manuka Honey Pops

Ingredients:
2 Tbsp Nature's Gold Manuka Honey MGO30
4 Tbsp Water
6 Tbsp Sugar
Silicone lollipop mould

Method:
1.  Place the honey, sugar and water into a saucepan and stir on the heat until it starts to boil.
2.  Once boiling, lower the heat, and caramelise the mixture.  Cook until it reaches a temperature of 145-155C or 295-300F on a candy thermometer*
3.  Pour the mixture into silicone lollypop moulds, insert the sticks into the lollipops and allow to set and completely harden before removing from the moulds.

*The mixture needs to reach a hard crack stage to completely set.  If you do not have a candy thermometer, place a drop of the mixture into a bowl of very cold water and if it forms a hard ball it is ready.




2 Responses

Nature's Gold
Nature's Gold

October 04, 2019

Hi Karin,
These lollipops are made with a low grade MGO 30 Manuka Honey and are beneficial for the lubrication of a dry scratchy throat and they taste great! To treat a sore throat, we recommend a teaspoon a day of MGO 829 (20+) short term while the problem persists.

Karin
Karin

September 30, 2019

Hi I’d really love to try these lollipops. However, I’m just wondering… if heating the honey, does that kill all the goodness in it? Because I was reading that Manuka honey is volatile and shouldn’t be exposed to high heat.

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