How to make frozen honey, TikTok's hottest summer treat

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Frozen honey is hot this summer. 

While honey may be a cold-weather ingredient fit for a soothing hot toddy or common cold remedy, the TikTok crowd has turned it into a popsicle-like sweet treat.

The #FrozenHoney summer food trend on TikTok takes around two hours to make. 
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A TikToker by the name of Davey RZ dreamt up the idea to freeze honey in a bottle and eat it like a handheld popsicle. It didn’t take long for the food trend to take off with more than 220 million views under the hashtag #FrozenHoney. 

This should bring it back to life #experiment

Making this frozen treat comes easy. Users simply pour honey into a water bottle, toss it in the freezer and let it sit for around two to three hours until it takes on a gelatinous texture. Then, the sweet stuff squeezes out of the tube and can be eaten like a popsicle, videos show. 

Other iterations of the trend show eaters experimenting with different food flavorings and powdered drink mixes. 

excuse when my hands where shaking trying to squeeze it out 😭 #MaybellineSwipeIt #foryou #fypシ

The verdict? The ice pop-like treat is a little on the sweet side, users say. 

“I recommend but it’s really sweet,” TikTok-er @glossybearss described after experimenting the DIY food project to followers.

Frozen honey appears to be safe for consumption, though it is loaded with sugar since it’s made up of pure carbohydrates and could spike blood sugar if eaten in large quantities, Jessica Cording, RD, told Health. 

“Any time you harden something, you run the risk of breaking your teeth,” Mark Wolff, DDS, PhD, dean of the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, told Health. 

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