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Dehydrated Herbal Lozenges | Commercial Dehydrators

Feeling a cold brewing? These lozenges have elder flower and honey, which are both known to help clear up the head, soothe that sore throat and boost your immune system to help you get back on your feet sooner.

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Dehydrated Herbal Lozenges | Commercial Dehydrators
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Serves
4
Prep time
Prep time
30 minutes
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Dehydrating time
4-6 hours
Ingredients
  • 1/2 cup elder flowers
  • 1/4 cup horehound
  • 1 cup boiling water
  • 1/2 cup honey
  • 1 cup slippery powdered elm bark
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Instructions
  1. Combine elder flowers and horehound in a bowl. Pour in boiling water and stir to moisten buds and leaves, then cover. Set aside to settle and steep fully for 8 hours.
  2. Drain the tea liquid into a container, pressing the herbs to get as much liquid as possible. If necessary, add some water to make it up to 1/2 cup.
  3. In a saucepan, combine the herb tea with honey and heat on low heat, whisking until honey is melted and incorporated.
  4. Place the slippery elm in large bowl, add the honey-herb mixture and mix with your hands until you have a smooth, slightly crumbly dough. Add extra slippery elm if needed.
  5. Sprinkle slippery elm powder on the work surface then roll out the dough to about 1/2 inch thick.
  6. Use a small round cutter or bottle cap to cut out bite size pieces of the dough.
  7. Place on a dehydrator tray and dehydrate lozenges at 150°F for 4-6 hours until totally dry.
  8. Store dried lozenges in an air-tight container.
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Dehydrated Herbal Lozenges | Commercial Dehydrators
Servings Icon
Serves
4
Prep time
Prep time
30 minutes
Dehydration time icon
Dehydrating time
4-6 hours
Ingredients
  • 1/2 cup elder flowers
  • 1/4 cup horehound
  • 1 cup boiling water
  • 1/2 cup honey
  • 1 cup slippery powdered elm bark
Ingredients
macros
Instructions
  1. Combine elder flowers and horehound in a bowl. Pour in boiling water and stir to moisten buds and leaves, then cover. Set aside to settle and steep fully for 8 hours.
  2. Drain the tea liquid into a container, pressing the herbs to get as much liquid as possible. If necessary, add some water to make it up to 1/2 cup.
  3. In a saucepan, combine the herb tea with honey and heat on low heat, whisking until honey is melted and incorporated.
  4. Place the slippery elm in large bowl, add the honey-herb mixture and mix with your hands until you have a smooth, slightly crumbly dough. Add extra slippery elm if needed.
  5. Sprinkle slippery elm powder on the work surface then roll out the dough to about 1/2 inch thick.
  6. Use a small round cutter or bottle cap to cut out bite size pieces of the dough.
  7. Place on a dehydrator tray and dehydrate lozenges at 150°F for 4-6 hours until totally dry.
  8. Store dried lozenges in an air-tight container.
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Kate Joncheff

Kate spends her days doing life as a mother of two young boys, tending to chickens, and ducks, working on her organic vegi garden and developing organic recipes that she shares with her friends via Instagram. Researching and documenting come naturally to Kate, as she has a flare for design and photography.

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