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Honey and orange blossom lollipop

recette de suçon à la fleur d'oranger

By Caroline Plouffe | Photo and Styling: Caroline Plouffe

PREPARATION: 25 minutes |YIELD: 6 to 10 lollipops (depending on the mold used)


  • 2 sachets (6g loose) FloralTea Orange Blossom Herbal Tea
  • 400ml water
  • 250 ml white sugar
  • 50 ml honey from Quebec


  1. Infuse the herbal tea in boiling water for 10 minutes. Remove the sachets.

  2. Combine the infusion and all other ingredients in a saucepan. Install a thermometer and bring to a boil.

  3. Meanwhile, place the lollipop sticks in the molds or directly on a non-stick baking sheet. If you opt for the mold, spray it with non-stick spray.

  4. Remove the preparation from the heat as soon as the temperature reaches 155 degrees.
  5. Fill the lollipop molds or pour the mixture directly onto the sticks you have placed on the non-stick cooking mat.
  6. Gently drop pieces of the loose herbal tea onto the hickeys to make an edible flower decoration. (optional)
  7. Cool completely before handling. For best preservation, keep in the refrigerator between 2 sheets of waxed paper. Enjoy quickly, without moderation and without remorse.

WARNING: Sugar becomes extremely hot when liquid. Handle with care and out of the reach of children.

To purchase Orange Blossom Herbal Tea from FloralTea,click HERE

“October is definitely my favorite month. The colors in the trees, the cozy and comfortable clothes, the tastings of hot drinks and me wrapped up in a blanket!

All these little pleasures being due to the change in temperature, the problem is that they are more often than not accompanied by sore throats. To fully savor autumn and its warm palette of orange colors, I suggest you a comforting lollipop with honey and orange blossom tea. Simple to perform, delicious and effective in soothing the symptoms of the cold that sets in slowly.

A homemade lollipop with a real orange taste, colorful, natural and with multiple benefits. What better way to share with young and old for Halloween? »

Bring on the fall with FloralTea! »

Caroline Plouffe

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