Cannabis-Infused Chocolate Edibles

Cannabis-Infused Chocolate Edibles

We are creating our weed infusions always with patients in our minds and hearts. Cannadish is actually around today because of the noble idea of bringing cannabis recipes to those who medicate with cannabis to the comfort of home. It is our goal to help safely dose weed treats and meals to help our community alleviate their issues with a little bit more ease.

We are using cannabis butter to medicate this weed edible.

If you are in need of creating cannabis butter at home, we are here to help. You can purchase weed butter or make it in the comfort of your home. If you’re going to make your weed infused butter at home, you will need to pick up cannabis bud. We always recommend consulting your budtender to select the best weed strain for your cannabis edibles.

This is a couple tips for selecting your weed.

Let your dispensary representative know that you will be creating cannabutter with your marijuana buds. They can help you choose a strain that works well with cannabis cooking. Decide between a THC strain for elevating properties or a CBD bud that will not get you high.

Do not skip this very important step.

weed chocolate

If you’re ready to create your cannabis infused butter, it is time to decarboxylate your weed. This will activate the compounds in your cannabis that give you all of its helpful properties. Unfortunately, skipping this step will make these properties null and void. Be sure to decarb your weed and reach out to us in the comments if you need any assistance with this.

Okay, you can create your cannabutter now!

Now that you are ready to create your cannabis infused butter, check out this recipe. This is the last step, and you’re onto the Chocolate Cannabis Bar! Excitingly, you can use your weed butter for a variety of recipes. Cannabis pasta, weed garlic bread, or cannabis cake are only a few ideas for your new butter. This weed extraction can go a long way!

Create your chocolate cannabis bar now!

Follow us on social media and tag us in a photo of your weed chocolate bar. Hit us up in the comments below if you need any assistance, or want to tell us how your weed chocolates turn out!

Want to make more weed edible recipes? View our Cannabis cookbook here with many cannabis infusions and recipes and never run out of ideas!

Homemade cannabis chocolate ingredients and supplies 

Making weed chocolates is incredibly easy. You just need a few basic supplies and ingredients and you’re good to go. 

Weed chocolate supplies 

  • Double boiler pot or two stackable pans to make a double boiler 
  • Spatula or big spoon to stir
  • Chocolate bar mold 
  • Parchment paper
  • Baking sheet

Weed chocolate ingredients

weed chocolate
  • Chocolate chips 
  • Cannabutter OR
    • Cannabis
    • Butter or coconut oil to infuse
  • Nuts, dried fruit, or other additions for the chocolate (optional)

Step 1. Make a small batch of cannabutter or cannabis-infused coconut oil 

If you already have cannabutter on hand, you’re ahead of the game. Go ahead and skip this step. If not, we’ll walk you through making a small batch that won’t leave you with an excess of cannabutter. 

How to make a small batch of cannabutter:

First, you need to decarboxylate your cannabis to activate the THC. 

  • Preheat your oven to 230 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Using a grinder or your hands, gently break one gram (adjust based on preference) of cannabis into small pieces. Leave some texture and don’t grind it superfine. 
  • Cover your baking sheet with a layer of parchment paper
  • Evenly spread the cannabis on the parchment paper ensuring there is no direct contact with the baking sheet 
  • Bake in the oven for 35-45 minutes (monitor to prevent it from getting too toasty)

Now make the butter. 

  • Measure out 1 ½ tbsp of butter or coconut oil and place in a mason jar 
  • Add the decarboxylated cannabis to the jar 
  • Fill a saucepan with water and set it to low-medium heat
  • Seal the mason jar and place in the saucepan, making sure the jar is mostly submerged
  • Allow ingredients to infuse for about an hour on the stovetop 

When done infusing, strain the butter through a cheesecloth. If you don’t have a cheesecloth, you can opt to use a coffee filter, paper towel, or similar material to strain the material out. That’s it! You could put the infused substance into the fridge to solidify, but for this recipe, the melted infusion is perfect.

Step 2. Melt the chocolate using a double boiler

Double boiler pot with chocolateIf you have a double boiler, set it up to gently melt the chocolate. If you don’t have a double boiler, no problem.  Take two saucepans that can stack on top of each other and fill the bottom pan with a few inches of water. Stack the two saucepans, making sure that the bottom of the top pan will not touch the water. Add two cups of chocolate chips to the top saucepan and bring the stovetop to medium-high heat. Stir the chocolate frequently as it melts to prevent burning. When the chocolate is almost fully melted, add in 1 ½ tbsp of cannabis-infused oil or butter and stir until everything is melted together. 

Step 3. Pour into molds

Once you’ve thoroughly melted your chocolate chips and cannabutter, you can now take the mixture and pour it into your chocolate molds. If you’re adding nuts or fruit or any other ingredients, mix them into the melted chocolate before pouring into the molds. Leave the chocolates to cool in the molds at room temperature for a couple of hours.  

Now you’ve got yourself a batch of Valentine’s goodies that will impress anyone, especially when you share that they weren’t purchased from a Spokane weed shop. They came from your heart. 

Final tips for making homemade cannabis chocolates 

The dosage is going to vary depending on your preference. If you already have cannabutter or infused coconut oil prepared, you’ll have to go with the amount of cannabis that is already in the mixture.  If you’re making your own infused butter or oil for the recipe, you can add as much or little cannabis, within reason, to get the right potency. As a general rule, one gram of cannabis equals 100 milligrams of THC. Depending on the THC content of your bud, this can vary quite a bit.  

If you use one gram of cannabis in your recipe, your chocolates should have about 100 mg of THC total. If you filled 10 molds with chocolate, you’d have 10 mg of THC per piece. If you filled 20 molds with chocolate, you’d have 5 mg of THC, and so on.  Overall, these chocolates are fairly quick and easy to make. Just be sure to prevent the ingredients from getting too hot and burning.

This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. Ann "Puff" Holland

    I have purchased all 3 of Vital Leaf’s chocolate bars at my local Toronto’s dispo; they’re all fantastic and exactly what I was looking for: a “pick-me-up” during these dark COVID and otherwise strange days. The classic dark is perfect when I’m in a purist mood.

  2. CawfeeCat

    Last week I bought a 90%cocoa bar and melted it by double boiler. Added a few tablespoons of cannaoil and some powdered sugar. Turned out fine but I recommend keeping it in the fridge. On the counter it starts to melt.

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