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Cannabis Chocolate Recipe

A simple recipe for making cannabis-infused chocolate.


  • 7 grams (¼ ounce) good cannabis
  • 170 grams (6 ounces)  dark chocolate
  • 28 grams (1 ounce) chopped or whole nuts


Finely break the cannabis down, making sure it is ready when the chocolate comes to a melt.  Break the chocolate into chunks and place it inside a microwaveable glass bowl.  Place in the microwave and heat on high for thirty seconds before stirring in the ground cannabis.  Now place the chocolate back into the microwave and heat on medium for an additional thirty seconds.  If necessary, continue heating the chocolate in short increments  until it is well melted.

Once adequately melted, stir in the nuts (dried fruit and M&M’s are other suggestions)  and then use your favorite chocolate mold to shape your THC treats. Enjoy!

Image credit: Kenneth Affolter and his Cannabis Chocolate Factory – Cannabis Culture

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8 Responses to “Cannabis Chocolate Recipe”

  1. On September 21, 2013 at 9:21 am Michelle F responded with... #

    FYI, you should NEVER microwave chocolate… will always get a burnt taste. Plus if you also microwave your cannabis butter, it will loose some of it’s THC level.. just thought you should know :)

  2. On May 31, 2014 at 6:37 pm Ronald responded with... #

    STOP ADDING RAW PLANT MATERIAL IN YOUR RECIPES THAT MAKES PEOPLE SICK. You’re always supposed to extract the THC in to butter or cooking oil FIRST and add the dosed oil to your recipes. YOU ARE NOT SUPPOSED TO INGEST RAW PLANT MATTER.

    Get your facts straight.

    • On July 6, 2014 at 8:54 pm Bud Eater responded with... #

      Ronald Thats Total BS
      I eaten Raw Marijuana for years you get the same high as if you went the extraction processes

      Your Stomach will break it down just fine.
      actually Raw pot gets into your system faster than if its mixed with abunch of other ingredients
      if you get sick from raw marijuana your getting sick from chemicals sprayed on the plants NOT the Marijuana
      people have been eating marijuana for 1000s of years

      • On December 14, 2014 at 1:34 am Paul responded with... #

        It’s not BS at all, sadly. I threw up on an airplane after hours of unpleasantness and having weed scented farts. It sounds funny but it wasn’t fun

        I realized every time I eat it raw or lightly processed I get a rash and reaction. Real dispensary stuff doesn’t do this. I’m not a gluten sensitive pansy or into a specialized diet. I eat everything but this messes me up bigtime.

    • On January 10, 2015 at 4:20 pm Doc responded with... #

      Know your facts and chemical compounds(= Consumed “raw”, marijuana is metabolized in the liver. If the marijuana is heated to, around, 170 degrees for, around, 20 minutes, it is metabolized even more efficiently and the end result is, usually, more pronounced……………hence, edibles causing a different, and more pronounce effect. Without science and chemistry knowledge of the “facts”, you have “opinion” and we all know what opinions are like.


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