Cannabis-infused candy recipes

Cannabis-infused candy recipes that are easy to make

Making cannabis infused food items isn’t always easy. That depends on what you intend to make. Some recipes are quite easy to make. Others require perfect measurements and include a long list of ingredients.

Food is an essential part of our life. It creates good health. Eating right is the way to good health. Including cannabis in the diet is the right approach. The item is potent and if taken in the right amount gives energy, or a lot of fun.

There are easy ways to make cannabis-infused candy. The candies are easily available in dispensaries but eating a home-made one is more cost-effective if done regularly.

Canna Gummy

Take out the gummy molds. Buy a box of Jell-o mix. Follow the instructions to make Jello. Add a little cannabis tincture, pour and allow to cool. You can add a bit more cannabis if you want.

Canna Rangers

Here’s another simple recipe to make potent candies. You will need a candy thermometer to judge the temperature. Buy a bag of Jolly Ranchers. There are $3 bags in the market. Throw the candies into a coffee grinder. Choose the color you want. Either mix all of them together or separate them based on the color.

Add ¼ cup of water to the ground Jollys and add them to a pan. Put the pan onto the stove and increase the temperature to 300 degrees. Use the candy thermometer.

Once the mixture reaches 300 degrees, switch off the heat. Add the cannabis tincture – as much as you want.

Pour the contents into a mold or onto a cookie sheet covered with non-stick foil. Let it harden.

Cannaghee –based jalebis

Cannaghee –based jalebis are made of flour that is fried in cannabis-infused ghee (Clarified butter). It takes some preparation to make this Indian snack but the result is some delicious, sweet, herbal stuff that will melt in your mouth. The item may be too sweet for everyone to consume in handfuls.

Coconut cannabis covered raisins.

There’s the coconut cannabis covered raisins. Take a cup of raisins. In a pan, heat coconut oil, honey and vanilla extract on low heat. Heat all the ingredients until all are mixed well. Put the raisins in a small bowl. Remove the saucepan from the heat and pour the mixture over the raisins.

The raisins should all be covered. Let the bowl sit for ten minutes. Remove the raisins to a wax paper covered baking sheet. Store in the refrigerator for 30 minutes until cooled.



Originally posted 2021-08-03 21:34:56.

Author: Ronald Rogers
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