Raspberry Lemon Popsicles with Healing Manuka Honey
My raspberry lemon popsicles couldn’t be simpler to make or more beautiful to eat, plus they’re made with healing Manuka honey.
Manuka honey is different than regular raw honey due to its substantially higher level of enzymes. These enzymes create hydrogen peroxide that functions as a natural antibacterial agent. Manuka honey is created in New Zealand by honey bees that fertilize the Manuka bush, making it a standout amongst the most novel and helpful types of honey on the planet.
Manuka honey is wonderful for staph infections (MRSA), burns, wounds and ulcers, skin conditions such as acne and eczema, as well as sore throats and lowered immune systems. I also like to use it as a beauty mask.
My raspberry lemon popsicles with healing Manuka honey are super easy to make and your kids will love them, too. They’re also appropriate for all biotypes. So blend some up and enjoy them all summer long!
Raspberry Lemon Popsicles Ingredients:
- 2 cups fresh raspberries
- 1 cup water
- 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice
- 2 tablespoons raw Manuka healing honey
- 1/2 teaspoon unrefined salt
Raspberry Lemon Popsicles Instructions:
- Place all of the ingredients in a blender.
- Process until smooth.
- Divide between 4 popsicle molds and freeze according to popsicle mold manufacturers instructions.
- May be frozen for up to 2 months.
After you make a batch let me know how you and your kids enjoy them in the comments below!
3 thoughts on “Raspberry Lemon Popsicles with Healing Manuka Honey”
I’ve read that you shouldn’t heat manuka honey (like put it in your hot tea) because it can kill the beneficial enzymes. Do you know if freezing manuka honey can also damage the enzymes? I’m very interested in making these popsicles but was curious on the effects 🙂 Thank you for the recipe!
Samantha have you ever heard of someone developing type one diabetes symptoms and high sugar levels after the insertion of an iud? Please let me know if you have
Copper toxicity greatly affects blood sugar regulation, so changes in this area are very common and would not surprise me after a copper IUD insertion.