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BOO Candy Recipe


How are you transitioning into Fall? It’s important to maintain our health during the changing of the seasons, especially since it can sneak up on us and the next thing we know we’ve got low energy and a runny nose. Around my house we make something called Boo Candy. Take several spoonfuls daily when you have a runny nose, sneezing, change of season or traveling.

How to make Boo Candy:

  • Grab a cutting board and dull knife
  • Measure1/2 cup raw honey and pour on to cutting board
  • Add 3T turmeric power (dry roast it first in skilled for added benefit)
  • Add 2 tsp ginger powder
  • Add 1/2 tsp clove powder

Cut the spices into the honey with the knife until it’s smooth. Play with the amount of spices for your taste and store in a glass jar on your counter for easy access by all. You can eat is straight with a spoon, roll in into small balls for kids, add it to hot water with lemon, add it to oatmeal or other warmed grains.
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