The Frozen Honey TikTok Trend You Need To Try This Summer

It's no secret that TikTok is the place to go to if you're looking for the latest food trend. From banana bread, feta pasta, mini pancakes, and Dalgona coffee, the outlet is a popular source for creative foodies. The latest trend that has hit the UK and is quickly making its way all over is frozen honey. Delish reports that the hack is popular on TikTok's For You page, and rose in popularity during the UK's recent heat wave.

Ice cold snacks are just about the only way to feel refreshed when temperatures are at a high. While popsicles and ice cream have often been the preferred choice for a frozen treat, TikTok's frozen honey idea is quickly becoming viral, with over 6 million views and counting. Part of what makes this icy delight so tempting is the simplicity of the hack. All you need is your choice of honey and a bottle that can be squeezed.

How do you make it?

Elite Daily points out that small plastic water bottles are ideal, but any size will do. Pour the honey into the plastic bottle and place it in the freezer for a minimum of two hours. Depending on how long you freeze it, the consistency will range from jelly to almost popsicle-like. To enjoy the frozen honey, just squeeze the water bottle from the bottom so that the hardened honey comes out from the mouth. Based on the numerous TikTok videos, biting into the frozen honey seems to be the preferred way of consumption. (You'll be glad to know it doesn't appear to cause a brain freeze.)

Although the TikTok trend requires you to pour the honey into a squeezable bottle, some people opt to pour the honey into a small bowl and scoop it out with a spoon. If you try frozen honey and are instantly a fan of the sweet treat, Elite Daily lists plenty of follow-up ideas to test out. Add fruit flavored Jell-O powders to switch up the taste, or use food coloring to transform the palette. If honey isn't your thing but you want to experiment with this hack, test it out using corn syrup instead.

Although most TikTok videos show people eating their frozen honey directly from the bottle, you can eat it with bread, baked goods, or squeezed over smoothies or cereal.