Minecraft: How to Make Honey Block in Survival Mode

The Honey Block is a unique and sticky block introduced in Minecraft’s “Buzzy Bees” update (Java Edition 1.15 and Bedrock Edition 1.14). It is crafted using four honey bottles in a 2×2 pattern on a crafting grid. The Honey Block has distinctive properties, causing entities, including players, to move more slowly when walking on its surface. However, it also reduces fall damage, making it a useful tool for creating intricate parkour courses or preventing injury from significant drops.

This tutorial will guide you through the simple steps of crafting a Honey Block, allowing you to add this delightful block to your inventory. Let’s dive into the crafting process with clear instructions and helpful screenshots.

Materials Needed:

  • 4 Honey Bottles

Crafting Steps:

Open the Crafting Menu:

Start the crafting process by opening your crafting table, revealing the familiar 3×3 crafting grid.

Open the Crafting Menu

Add Items to Make Honey Block:

Within the crafting menu’s 3×3 grid, place 4 honey bottles in a specific pattern:

  • First row: 1 honey bottle in the first box, 1 honey bottle in the second box
  • Second row: 1 honey bottle in the first box, 1 honey bottle in the second box The arrangement of honey bottles is crucial to creating a Honey Block.
Add Items to make Honey Block

Move the Honey Block to Inventory:

Once the crafting grid is filled correctly, a Honey Block will appear in the right-side box. Simply drag the crafted block into your inventory. Congratulations! You’ve successfully crafted a Honey Block in Minecraft.

Move the Honey Block to Inventory

Command for Honey Block:

For those who prefer commands, here’s how to use the /give command to obtain a Honey Block:

  • For Minecraft Java Edition (PC/Mac) 1.15 and newer:
  /give @p honey_block 1
  • For Minecraft Pocket Edition (PE), Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, Windows 10, and Education Edition:
  /give @p honey_block 1 0

Supported Platforms:

The Honey Block is available across various Minecraft editions, ensuring players on different platforms can enjoy its unique features. Supported platforms include Java Edition, Pocket Edition, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, PS4, Wii U, Nintendo Switch, Windows 10 Edition, and Education Edition.

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