Cannabis Sugar: Step-By-Step RecipeDifficulty: Easy
Grab your white granulated sugar and have it ready
Add a 1/2 cup of cannabis tincture and mix it well
Line a tray with parchment paper, and spread the sugar evenly on top in a nice thin layer giving it room to ‘dry’ and infuse properly
Let it sit overnight
Using the bottom of a glass or the top part of a spoon or wooden spoon, crush up the sugar to remove the bumps and lumps. You can use a food processor too
Store your infusion in a dry and cool place for months!
How sweet is it to make your at-home Cannabis Sugar: Step-By-Step Recipe? Today’s blog features the exact steps to take when making weed-infused sugar.
Cannabis sugar is a simple staple recipe that can be used in hundreds if not thousands of tasty edible recipes from cupcakes to coffee additions.
If you have a sweet tooth or want o to elevate your cannabis culinary skills, this blog is for you, and it’s about ‘high’ time you learned how!
Why You’ll Love Making Cannabis Sugar
Not only is it easy to make, it only requires two ingredients! You’ll need refined, granulated sugar and weed tincture.
Cannabis sugar is shelf-stable when stored in a dark, dry place and can be used as a sugar replacement in any recipe imaginable.
And yes, you can use a sugar alternative like monk fruit if you like, but results vary, so we recommend using plain old granulated sugar for this recipe. Once you get this licked, you can start experimenting.
Cannabis Chef Tips & Tricks
Before getting started, you want to ensure you have everything you need, including patience! They say love is always the secret ingredient, but when you’re making edibles, it’s 100% patience.
You’re going to want to make sure:
- That you have cannabis tincture – it’s essential to this recipe.
- That you use an alcohol-based tincture here, or it won’t work
- Sugar – white granulated is the best option, but you could try brown sugar, coconut sugar, or monk fruit sweetener.
I would not recommend using powdered sugars or Splenda – it just won’t work.
Do I Have To Decarb?
Yes! Always yes. Dried cannabis flowers do not have THC or CBD – they have THCA and CBDA – which is non-intoxicating and won’t get you high.
When you heat the flower evenly ( remember: heat it to eat it), the conversion begins, and that’s what decarboxylation is.
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