CANNABIS INFUSED GUMMIES

Updated: Mar 16


This recipe for cannabis infused gummies makes a large amount of gummies. This is great for microdosing or if you like to eat a lot of gummies. The secret to making this successfully is to whisk lots and keep it boiling.

Course: Snack Cuisine: Canadian Keyword: gummy

Prep Time: 10 minutes Cook Time: 10 minutes Total Time: 20 minutes

Servings: 72 Gummies

Calories: 9kcal

Author: 420 joe


Cannabis infused gummies are not everybody’s cup of tea. Sure, most people love to eat gummies. But, how many times have you tried making gummies and failed? When they settle into the molds, they look fabulous. Later, your infused coconut oil separates into a noticeable layer.


Failures while making gummies also waste cannabis. To make sure an edibles recipe works for you, make it without cannabis as a test. When making gummies, use regular coconut oil instead of infused oil for your test run.


INGREDIENTS FOR GUMMIES

The ingredients in cannabis infused gummies are basic and easily found in most grocery stores. If you like sweeter gummies, add some sugar or honey to the recipe.

  • Jello

  • LorAnn Flavor

  • Soy Lecithin

  • Gelatin

  • Infused Coconut Oil

  • Water

  • Combine Cannabis Infused Coconut Oil, Soy Lecithin and 3/4 cup of water in a saucepan. Heat on low-medium until all blended.

  • Add gelatin to 1 cup of boiling water, whisk thoroughly.

  • Add Jello package to gelatin water and whisk thoroughly.

  • Add the gelatin/water/jello mix to the pot with the oil/lecithin/water and bring to a boil over medium heat, whisking briskly. Continue whisking boiling mixture for 6 minutes, adjusting heat as needed to prevent over/under boiling.

  • Remove from heat and let mixture cool slightly before pouring into molds.

  • Allow 2 hours to completely cool at room temperature.

  • Remove gummy candies from molds and allow to air dry for 48 to 60 hours. Turn gummy candies over if tops are shrinking faster than the rest of the gummy.

Nutrition

Serving: 2.6g | Calories: 9kcal




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