Making pot lollipops

Making pot lollipops

Making Cannabis Infused Lollipops is fun & easy to do, as long as you follow a few simple steps. These marijuana lollipops are so easy to make, you’ll want to make them on a regular basis. The key to making cannabis infused lollipops is temperature. While this is a very simple edibles recipe, requiring only 5 ingredients, it’s not something you can set and forget. You have to be present and keep a close eye on your thermometer throughout the process. There’s a thing in candy making called “Hard Crack Stage” and it simply means that you have to heat your organic sugar, corn syrup and water up to 300 degrees Fahrenheit before removing it from the heat source. Getting it to this temperature, makes your candy hard. Makes sense, right?

temperature used to make cannabis infused lollipops

The tricky part with making marijuana infused lollipops is that you have to let it cool down to about 250 degrees Fahrenheit so you don’t lose out on all of the incredible healing compounds in your cannabis tincture. This makes it a little messier to deal with since the liquid candy has already cooled and gets a bit sticky around this temperature.

You’ll probably have little hard candy trails all over your molds and counter when all is said and done. The upside is that you can just wait until it hardens and eat it. I didn’t have any issues with stubborn hard candy that I couldn’t pry off, but you’ll want to make sure that you work on non-stick surfaces. If you’re worried about making a mess, just lay down a sheet of parchment paper underneath your candy or lollipop molds.

cannabis infused lollipop molds

t’s all in the mold. You can use your gummy bear molds from making Cannabis Gummies, or you can find molds specifically for hard candy making here. I prefer working with silicon since it’s reusable and it’s easy to remove your candy from silicon molds, but player’s choice!

You’ll have to make a cannabis tincture first or use decarboxylated hash (I haven’t tried this yet, but will update this post as soon as I do). Be careful when using alcohol-based tincture and make sure you are far away from your heat source when stirring it into your candy mixture. Because… Booze + Heat = Fire.

DIY Organic Cannabis Hard Candy

This exact recipe can be used to make cannabis hard candy

Organic Cannabis Infused Lollipops and Marijuana Hard Candy Recipe

The key to making cannabis infused lollipops is temperature. While this is a very simple edibles recipe, requiring only 5 ingredients, it’s not something you can set and forget. You have to be present and keep a close eye on your thermometer throughout the process.

Cannabis Infused Candy Making: Materials List

There are a few things you’re going to need ahead of time to make this recipe:

A good candy thermometer

Lollipop or hard candy molds

Lollipop sticks

Cannabis tincture or decarboxylated cannabis concentrate (hash, CO2 extract, etc.)

Directions for making Cannabis Lollipops

Combine in a medium saucepan over medium-high heat:

1 Cup Organic Sugar

1/2 Cup Organic Light Corn Syrup

1/4 Cup Filtered Water

Stir until sugar is completely dissolved.

Once boiling, insert a candy thermometer. Don’t stir after your magic concoction starts to boil.

When your thermometer reads 300*F, immediately remove from heat. Keep your thermometer in the pot.

When the temperature drops to 250*F, stir in:

1 tsp Organic Orange or Lemon Flavor

2-3 tsp Cannabis Tincture

Carefully pour into lollipop molds or candy molds.

Allow to cool completely at room temperature for about 15-20 minutes.

Store in an airtight container.


  • preparing sheet
  • material paper
  • candy sticks
  • sweet thermometer
  • 1 container sugar
  • ⅓ container Cannabis Corn Syrup 
  • ½ container water
  • ¼ teaspoon cream of tartar
  • ¼ teaspoon butterscotch seasoning
  • 1 teaspoon citrus extract
  • fluid nourishment shading of your decision


  1. Heat sugar, Cannabis Corn Syrup, cream of tartar and water in a little container. Mix with a wooden spoon.
  2. Heat syrup until thermometer peruses 300 degrees. Cool down to 275 degrees.
  3. Include butterscotch seasoning, nourishment shading and citrus extract.
  4. Spread a preparing sheet with material paper and delicately oil with oil.
  5. Drop numerous 2-inch circles of confection blend onto the secured preparing sheet. Set a candy stick in every bit of treat. 
  6. Sit tight around 10 minutes for confection to solidify. Seal and store in a cool, dry place.


Weed lollipops are candies infused with marijuana, and that includes psychoactive compounds like THC. It may seem like we’re stating the obvious, but it’s important to distinguish true weed lollipops from hemp lollipops. Hemp lollipops don’t contain any THC, so those are generally legal around the world. As a result, they’re easier to find than psychoactive cannabis confections. But, they won’t get you high.

Weed lollipops, on the other hand, are a rarer commodity. If you’re lucky, you’ll find them in a coffeeshop in the Netherlands. Otherwise, your best bet is to make them at home.

The good news? It’s super easy, and we’re going to tell you exactly how. Twice.


The answer is yes. As is the case with other edibles, the high tends to come on slowly and last for a few hours. You should always be cautious when trying any edible for the first time. We recommend taking a few licks, waiting around 45–60 minutes, and going from there. Once you know how a particular batch affects you, you can roll with it a little more freely.


Making your own cannabis lollipops at home is super simple and fun! There are a couple of ways to do it (depending on your preference and which ingredients you have). We’ve laid out the two main methods below, so check out our recipes and head to candyland.

It’s rare to describe something as both whimsical and discreet, but cannabis lollipops seem to fit the bill. They’re a fun, undercover way to get your dose of dank. They taste good and disappear slowly, so you can pace yourself. And, they’re perfect if you’ve got a sore throat or are taking a break from smoking. Which flavour is your fave? We like the green ones.

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  1. Kailey McCormack

    If I decide to use cannabis oil do I have to use lecithin or vegetable glycerin I ask you because I’ve heard that anytime You use oil you have to use the glycerin or the lecithin or should I just stick with the alcohol Tincher. Thanks

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