Want to make delicious, melt-in-your-mouth cannabis-infused edibles in just 30 minutes? Look no further today we are making Quick & Easy Cannabis Chocolates.
Today’s article will showyou how to make cannabis chocolates three different ways using melting chocolates and wafers, with your choice of method.
We’ll go ove rbutter and oil, decarbed kief or flower, and cannabis concentrates such as FECO.
Of course, if you’re entering an edibles competition don’t rely on these chocolate making methods to get youa professional chocolate that’s shiny and snappy – because we’re skipping the tempering process all together.
Don’t worry, you won’t lose taste – but you’ll lose a lot of time in the kitchen giving you more snacking time!
Today’s blog focuses on what types of chocolate to use, the best processes, and helpful tips to ensure your cannabis infused chocolate turns out just the way you want it every.single.time.
You will need Cannabutter or Cannabis Coconut Oil – your choice, and you can choose exactly which one you’d like to infuse.
Here’s how to make both cannabis butter or cannabis oil in case you haven’t any on hand or you’d like to whip up a batch:
Method Two: Melted Chocolate Infused with Decarbed Flower
You’ll need ground, decarbed cannabis flower for this method – and if you’ve never decarbed, here are two unique and great recipes:
Last but not least: Method Three: Melted Chocolate Infused with Concentrates
For this method, you’ll use cannabis concentrates like FECO, Shatter, etc – but just one, and you get to choose!
Ready to get chocolate-y? Let’s start !
When creating this method, the best way is lick every single spoon you use. Make sure you have a lot of chocolate so you don’t run out of test-tasting!
Stir the chocolate mixture using whatever method you choose until everythin gis well combined. Once it’s all melted, turn off the heat and set aside.
If you’re planning on pouring the chocolate into molds, use a spoon or other utensil to help pour it in evenly and slowly. If you overfill it, just lick it off!
Gently tap the molds on the counter so you can release any air bubbles and set in the fridge for about 20 minutes or more.
You can store your chocolates in seal-tight containers in the fridge, and just make sure to properly label them or hide them if you have little ones in the house.
If you don’t plan on eating them all within the week ( which will be very hard not to do) then store them in a ziplock bag in the freezer for weeks!
If you’re looking to up-level your canna-cooking or baking game, or you want more of a canna-challenge, you may want to start here.
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As always, happy canna-cooking!
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