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How To Make Canna Butter and Make Cannabis Infused Cookie's

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Ingredients 1 cup of butter 1 cup (7-10 grams) of ground cannabis, decarboxylated (baked around 110C for 40 min) Many people forget to decarb their Cannabis when using it in edibles. This is a huge mistake, when you decarb your flower it increases the potency of your infused goods. Skipping this step will result in a w

Ingredients

1 cup of butter

1 cup (7-10 grams) of ground cannabis, decarboxylated (baked around 110C for 40 min)

Many people forget to decarb their Cannabis when using it in edibles. This is a huge mistake, when you decarb your flower it increases the potency of your infused goods.

Skipping this step will result in a weak or inactive finished product. Here’s why: Cannabis buds produce a non-intoxicating acidic cannabinoid called THCA. When we smoke or vaporize cannabis, the heat converts THCA into THC, the molecule that delivers euphoric effects. If preparing CBD edibles, this same process should be applied.

Preheat your oven to 245ºF. Place cannabis buds on a non-stick, oven-safe tray. Cover the tray with parchment paper to prevent sticking. Insert the tray into the oven and set a timer for 30-40 minutes.

If your impatient or in a rush you can also set your oven to 300ºF and heat for 10 to 18 minutes, although low-and-slow is the recommended approach when decarbing to better preserve the cannabinoids. Every 10 minutes, gently mix the buds with a light shake of the tray to expose the surface area of the buds equally.

  1. Grind. Grind the decarboxylated cannabis coarsely with a hand grinder.
  2. Melt the butter. Add 1 cup of water and 1 cup of butter into a stock pot or saucepan. Simmer on low and let the butter melt. Adding water helps to regulate the temperature and prevents the butter from scorching.
  3. Add the cannabis. As the butter begins to melt, add in your coarsely ground cannabis product.
  4. Simmer. Maintain low heat (ideally above 160ºF but never exceeding 200ºF) and let the mixture simmer for 2 to 3 hours, stirring occasionally. The mixture should never come to a full boil.
  5. Strain the cannabutter. Set a funnel on top of a jar and line it with cheesecloth. Once the butter has cooled off, pour it over the cheesecloth funnel and allow it to strain freely. (Tip: Squeezing the cheesecloth may push more bad-tasting plant material through).
  6. Refrigerate the jar of butter. If excess water forms at the bottom of the jar, you can remove the solid butter with a knife and drain the water out. (The butter will need to refrigerate for about an hour before removing the water.)
  7. Dose carefully. Refer to dosing information below before adding your butter to any snacks, dishes, or desserts.

For easy Cannabis infused cookies 

1. For our example we will be using betty crocker. Cookie mix

2. Put the mix in the bow with 1 egg and 1/2 a cup of your Canna Butter

3. Mix it together until there is no more powder and evenly mixed.

4. Place your cookies on a cookie tray and seperate them 2 inches apart.

5. Preheat oven to 375 f° or 190 C° once it's up to hear place your tray in the oven. Wait 8-10 minutes until your cookies are golden brown. ( Some Canna Butter can look darker and can give your cookies a burnt look)

6. Once cooked take your tray out and have your cookies sit for half an hour.

7. Use responsibly remember to start slow until you are familiar with a dosage that works for you, everyone is different. Store safely and Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

Tips for dosing cannabutter

Your butter’s potency depends on many factors, from how long and hot it was cooked to the potency of your starting material. Even the type of cannabis used (indica vs. sativa strains) can be a factor. To test the potency of your finished product, try spreading ¼ or ½ teaspoon on a snack and see how that dose affects you after an hour. Decrease or increase dose as desired. You can then use this personalized “standard” dose as a baseline for your recipes. For more information on why potency is so difficult to measure in homemade cannabis edibles, check out part four of this series.

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