Chocolate Cannabis Covered Pickles
Oh yes my friends, it sounds strange but tastes great! Today we’re making Chocolate Cannabis Covered Pickles.
Three of my favourite things combine for this sublime, salty-sweet and crunchy treat that makes you feel great, and is fun to make!
And really, it couldn’t be any easier. Seriously!
You’re going to want to make a little space in your fridge so that you can chill the pickles for this edible recipe.
You’ll also need to make a batch of cannabis chocolate, but don’t worry – we’ve got the recipe below!
How To Make Chocolate Infused With Cannabis
For this recipe, you can follow it all the way up until you need to place the chocolate into the molds.
This is where you leave it in a big bowl and dip in your pickles!
Servings: 8 People
Calories: 494 kcal
THC: 175 – 350 MG per whole batch
Melt the chocolate in a clean, dry bowl set over a pan of barely simmering water. If you want to temper the chocolate (see above.) Add your cannabis butter.
Once the chocolate is melted, (and tempered, if tempering the chocolate), remove the bowl from the pan and wipe the moisture off the bottom of the bowl.
Pour or spoon a layer of chocolate into your molds. Rap them on the counter a few times to distribute the chocolate evenly and release any air bubbles, then working quickly, top with any kinds of nuts, dried fruits, or other ingredients that you wish and press them in slightly.
(You can also stir ingredients into the chocolate, such as toasted nuts, seeds, crisped rice cereal, snipped marshmallows, or other ingredients, then pour the mixture into the molds.)
Immediately put the bars in the refrigerator until firm. If tempered chocolate is used, it shouldn’t take more than five minutes for them to firm up. Otherwise the chocolate will take longer.
Serve the Chocolate Cannabis Bar
Calories: 494 kcal | Carbohydrates: 53 g | Protein: 3 g | Fat: 36 g | Saturated Fat: 21 g | Cholesterol: 15 mg | Sodium: 65 mg | Potassium: 254 mg | Fiber: 5 g | Sugar: 45 g | Vitamin A: 177 IU | Calcium: 23 mg | Iron: 2 mg
Are Pickles Healthy?
Yes they are! Pickles are sneaky when it comes to wellness benefits:
great for a low carb diet – 20 calories per serving dill pickles are a great source of vitamin A and K pickles can regulate electrolytes because they’re high in sodium contain antioxidants, which help renew and restore damage to your body at the cellular level high in fibre – about 2 grams of fibre per serving
Will The Chocolate Stick To The Pickles?
Absolutely! We’ll show you how, but you’ll need to pat them dry and coat them first.
Then, you can dip them in your cannabis chocolate and enjoy them as often as you like.
It might be a great idea to whip up a double batch of weed chocolate, and freeze some for a few weeks – you can use it again and again with plenty of other
tasty cannabis edible recipes.
Chocolate Cannabis Covered Pickles
Here Is The Recipe Below.
Follow our step-by-step and in minutes, you’ll have an addictive and relatively healthy snack.
Cost: 20 +/-
1 jar favorite jar of full size pickles 1 tbsp granulated sugar 1 cup Cannabis Chocolate 1-2 tbsp Himalayan Salt optional
cut up your pickles into 1 inch thick wheels, keep the pickle brine for salads, or other fun infusions at a later time. In a bowl, toss your pickles with sugar until coated. Place in fridge for 10 minutes and then pat dry with paper towels. Melt the cannabis chocolate and dunk the pickles halfway in the chocolate and place on baking sheet with parchment paper. Sprinkle with salt and place in the fridge for 10 minutes to cool and harden. use a toothpick, fork or fingers and savour!
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