Our tried and tested no-fail recipe will leave you wanting more! Check out today’s feature article: Cannabis Gummies Made With Oil, Butter & Tinctures.
I know from personal experience, that I’ve bombed many a batch of gummies and it’s super annoying.
But our recipe, when followed exactly, will yield some of the tastiest gummy treats you’ve ever had!
With so many cannabis gummy recipes available out there, all with different instructions, methods and ways – it can feel overwhelming when trying to choose the perfect one, right?
By following the recipes posted below, you can create a delicious cannabis gummy that is the perfect texture and consistency, with zero separation and loads of flavour!
Our favorite method is using a Cannabis Tincture. It yields the BEST results.
There are numerous tinctures, oils or butter’s you can use to infuse your gummies such as:
So what exactly is MCT Oil? It’s a type of saturated fat that is extracted from coconuts, and can be digested and absorbed quickly by your body.
Generally speaking, it’s tasteless and remains in a liquid form – making it easy to measure, cook with and bake with.
Some people do find it more difficult to digest than other oils, so be cautious of this and understand your limitations before creating gummies with this type of infusion.
If you do use MCT oil, you’ll have gummies that are clear, and more ‘jiggly’ – which is one of the best parts of gummies, right?!
If you don’t have MCT oil handy, don’t worry – you can use cannabis infused coconut oil and still have a great gummy turnout!
Using unrefined coconut oil is made from the ‘meat’ of coconuts and then cold-pressed which has a nice, creamy-coconut taste.
Experiment with our recipes below and try using cannabis butter instead of oil!
You will notice a stronger cannabis taste compared to using infused coconut oil, but you will also notice a creamier mouth feel!
If you’re interested in learning how to make proper cannabutter, you can learn here.
Once you’ve taken your gummies out of their molds, you can either air-dry them or store them in an airtight container in the fridge for up to two weeks.
Air drying them first, on a cooling rack is helpful in preventing moulding, which can sometimes happen if not stored properly.
If you want to nibble on your gummies right away, you don’t NEED to dry them out, but it’s an option depending on your likes or dislikes.
Just place them on a cooling rack, once removed from the molds. and allow them to dry for 24 hours at room temp.
You can lay some cheesecloth overtop of them so that nothing contaminates them too.
Definitely! If you want to keep them safe and stored, you can freeze them up to two weeks!
It doesn’t alter the potency of the gummies either, in fact it might even preserve the potency!
If you’re looking to up-level your canna-cooking or baking game, you may want to start here.
For more recipes like this one, check out our recipe index here.
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As always, happy canna-cooking!