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DIY manuka honey lozenges on a wooden top
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Manuka Honey Lozenges

This heat-free recipe for manuka honey lozenges keeps the medicinal properties intact.
Servings: 12 lozenges


  • Turkish Coffee Pot
  • Wisk
  • Silicone Mold


  • 1/2 cup Rosehip and hibiscus tea choose strong brewed tea
  • 2 tbsp powdered gelatin or 30 ml
  • 3 tbsp PRI Manuka Honey 20+UMF


  • Brew a strong cup of rosehip and hibiscus tea. I used two tablespoons of rose hips and one tablespoon of hibiscus in my bodem but that made 2 cups of tea. I used 1/2 for this recipe, and the rest was made into iced tea. Steep for 30 minutes.
  • Strain the tea and add it to a small pot or Turkish coffee pot (I like the later because of the pour spout).
  • Sprinkle the gelatin into the pot and whisk to combine.
  • Set it on low heat to warm up slightly, enough to dissolve the gelatin.
  • When the gelatin is dissolved, use a spoon to remove the foam.
  • Allow to cool to just slightly warm, and mix in the manuka honey.
  • Immediately pour into silicone molds.
  • Use a spoon to remove any extra foam from the tops of the lozenges.
  • Put the lozenges in the fridge to set.
  • When firm, remove the from molds and store in the fridge for up to 7 days.


Each gummy lozenge contains 3-4g of manuka honey with the added benefits of rosehip and hibiscus. Enjoy one or two to help soothe a sore throat or as a healthy sweet treat. You can also switch up the herbal tea to try different flavours.