cannabis infused chocolate
Cannabis-infused chocolate is a type of edible that combines cannabis with chocolate to create a product that can be consumed for its medicinal or recreational effects. Cannabis-infused chocolate can be made using a variety of methods, such as infusing chocolate with cannabis oil, adding ground cannabis to melted chocolate, or incorporating cannabis-infused butter or milk into the chocolate recipe.
The potency of cannabis-infused chocolate can vary widely depending on the type of cannabis used, the strength of the infusion, and the amount consumed. It is important to start with a low dosage and wait for the effects to set in before consuming more, as the effects of cannabis can take some time to be felt.
Cannabis-infused chocolate is a popular option for those who prefer edibles as a method of consuming cannabis, as it offers a discreet and convenient way to consume the drug. However, it is important to keep in mind that consuming too much cannabis can lead to unwanted side effects, such as paranoia, anxiety, and nausea, so it is important to consume cannabis-infused chocolate responsibly and in moderation. Additionally, it is important to store cannabis-infused chocolate out of reach of children and pets, as it can be harmful if consumed in large quantities.
- Just 2 ingredients are needed: melting chocolate & your infusion of choice.
- Instructions included for 3 different infusion options: cannabutter or cannabis oil, decarbed cannabis flower or kief, and cannabis concentrates like FECO or distillate.
- No tempering required! Just melt, infuse, mold, and enjoy.
WHY YOU WILL LOVE THIS RECIPE
Making cannabis-infused chocolate has been a hot topic for the members of my Well With Cannabis Community.
After getting asked so many questions about the process, I knew it was time to put together this easy step-by-step guide to making quick and easy cannabis-infused chocolates.
So what makes this recipe so great?
3 different infusion options!
I’ve learned that there is more than one way to infuse chocolate, so I put together a guide to help you do it perfectly – no matter which infusion option you choose.
This in-depth guide offers THREE different infusion methods for you to choose from:
- Method One: melted chocolate infused with oil or butter
- Method Two: melted chocolate infused with decarbed flower or kief
- Method Three: melted chocolate infused with concentrates
I’ve heard from many of my community members that they are ‘lazy’ when making their cannabis edibles, and they want a quick and easy option, which is where this recipe comes in.
No, we are not making chocolate from scratch (that will be another guide for another day.)
Instead, we are infusing premade chocolate options like chocolate chips and melting wafers for a super simple infusion that is easy to put together.
Of course, this method doesn’t result in the professional-looking, super shiny, snappy chocolate you may find at a chocolate shop because we are skipping the tempering process.
But if you want delicious, cannabis-infused chocolates that are ready in just 30 minutes, this method should be perfect for you.
This guide will focus on what types of melting chocolate to use, the best process for melting, and include helpful tips and tricks to ensure your cannabis chocolate turns out perfect each time you make it.
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