Designer Chocolate Tutorial

Designer Chocolate Tutorial - With Cannabutter

How to make personalized decorative chocolates for the holiday season.

HOW TO MAKE CANNABIS CHOCOLATE THE EASY WAY

Both chocolate and cannabis release feel-good chemicals in your brain. Also, chocolate makes cannabis more palatable by smoothing out the flavor. So, why do people love it so much? Once you try it, you will know.

INGREDIENTS

The ingredient list for this recipe is short. You will need chocolate and cannabis. You can use finely ground decarboxylated cannabis or activated cannabis tincture. Use chocolate chips or baking chocolate of your choice.

DECARBOXYLATE CANNABIS FOR MAKING CHOCOLATE

In order to decarboxylate cannabis, break dry cannabis into small pieces, spread out evenly on a baking tray, and put into a 240°F preheated oven for 25 to 30 minutes. Place decarbed cannabis into a coffee/spice grinder or use mortar/pestle and grind to a fine powder.

INSTRUCTIONS

  1. Heat baking chocolate or chocolate chips in a bowl placed on top of a pot of hot water. The bowl must have a larger diameter than the pot to prevent water from contaminating the chocolate. Do not cover the bowl when heating the chocolate.
  2. Once the chocolate melts and has a runny consistency, add the ground decarbed cannabis or activated tincture. Mix very well. Continue to heat gently until you have a smooth pourable consistency.
  3. Pour into chocolate molds being careful not to get any water in the chocolate. Let chocolates cool at room temperature.
  4. Store chocolate in a cool, dry place 65 to 68°F with humidity under 55%. The chocolate will remain stable for months.

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