Delicious Homemade Ginger Chews

Delicious Homemade Ginger Chews

Delicious Homemade Ginger Chews: A Natural Treat for Digestion, Immunity, and Energy Boost.

Making your own ginger chews at home is a simple yet rewarding process that allows you to enjoy the numerous health benefits of ginger in a delicious and convenient form.

These chewy delights can be made using just a few basic ingredients and minimal effort. Here’s how to make homemade ginger chews.


Delicious Homemade Ginger Chews


1 cup freshly grated ginger (organic, if possible)
1/2 cup honey or maple syrup
Zest of 1 orange or lemon (optional)
Optional add-ins: dried cranberries, raisins or chopped nuts


1. Grate the fresh ginger using a fine grater or food processor, taking care to remove any fibers that do not get grated.

2. Place the grated ginger and honey in a heavy-bottomed saucepan over medium heat. Cook, stirring constantly, for about 10 minutes until the ginger is softened and the honey has thickened slightly.

You can test the consistency by spooning a small amount onto a plate, if it forms a ball when cooled, it’s ready to proceed.

3. Remove the saucepan from heat and stir in the orange or lemon zest and any optional add-ins (dried fruit, nuts, etc.).

4. Line a baking sheet with a silicone baking mat or parchment paper. Using a rubber spatula, spread the ginger mixture evenly onto the prepared surface.

Allow the ginger mixture to cool at room temperature until it has solidified and becomes firm enough to slice or roll into balls.

5. Once the ginger chews have set, use a sharp knife to cut them into squares or bite-sized pieces.

6. Store your homemade ginger chews in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 2 weeks or refrigerate for up to a month.

Enjoy these delicious and nutritious ginger chews as a natural energy booster, digestive aid, or quick snack between meals. These chewy treats can also make excellent gifts for friends and family!

The information here is provided for informational purposes only. It is not presented with the intention of diagnosing or treating any disease or condition. It is in no way intended to substitute for the advice provided by your doctor or other health care professional. (Read more)

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