Honey Suckers


Give a sweet treat to the amazing people in your life. These homemade suckers can be made with any of your favorite internal use essential oils.
 
Ingredients 
1 cup sugar
⅓ cup honey
2 tablespoons water
5 drops Lemon oil, or oil of choice
 
Instructions
  1. Pour the sugar, honey, and water into a medium sauce pan.
  2. On medium heat, stir ingredients together with wooden spoon until sugar dissolves.
  3. Once sugar dissolves, place candy thermometer in pan and allow ingredients to boil.
  4. While mixture is boiling, prepare candy molds with non-stick spray and sucker sticks. 
  5. Let mixture boil until temperature reaches 295° F, or the hard crack stage.
  6. Immediately pour into heat-resistant measuring cup. Add essential oil and stir. 
  7. Pour mixture into candy molds. Twist sucker sticks to make sure they are fully coated.
  8. Let suckers rest for at least 30 minutes before removing from mold.

Tip: If you decide to use another oil, consider reducing five drops oil to a toothpick or one to two drops when using an oil you would usually dilute for sensitivity, such as Cinnamon Bark.


Honey Suckers

with Lemon essential oil

Servings:15–20

Prep Time:5 min

Cook Time:20 min

Difficulty:Medium

Ingredients:

1 cup sugar
⅓ cup honey
2 tablespoons water
5 drops Lemon oil, or oil of choice

Instructions:

  1. Pour the sugar, honey, and water into a medium sauce pan.
  2. On medium heat, stir ingredients together with wooden spoon until sugar dissolves.
  3. Once sugar dissolves, place candy thermometer in pan and allow ingredients to boil.
  4. While mixture is boiling, prepare candy molds with non-stick spray and sucker sticks. 
  5. Let mixture boil until temperature reaches 295° F, or the hard crack stage.
  6. Immediately pour into heat-resistant measuring cup. Add essential oil and stir. 
  7. Pour mixture into candy molds. Twist sucker sticks to make sure they are fully coated.
  8. Let suckers rest for at least 30 minutes before removing from mold.

 

Tips:

If you decide to use another oil, consider reducing five drops oil to a toothpick or one to two drops when using an oil you would usually dilute for sensitivity, such as Cinnamon Bark.


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