Are you Craving for that chewy toffee candies that you can munch on while on the go! We will show you a Cannabutter toffee recipe mix that results in some soft and chewy candies riddled with chocolate and nuts on top! What is excellent about this Cannabutter infused toffee recipe is that it can be adjusted depending on how potent you want your product to be! Add some more cannabutter and you are well on your way for that awesome chewy gooey time when watching tv or even while strolling around the mall. Plus, this Cannabutter Toffee also stores very well and can last you for a couple of weeks and still have the fresh marijuana treat!
Cannabutter toffee is a super simple recipe to do and you will be done almost in no time. You just need to get the sugars and the butter melted together and reach a certain temperature while making sure that it will not burn, and once it cools down, your Cannabis-infused toffee marijuana treats are too. What you only have to do next is to top it with chocolate and nuts, let it cool fully, break apart and enjoy! So what are we waiting for, let’s get this thing going!
Cannabutter Toffee Recipe
- 1 Cup Sugar
- 1/4 Cup CannaButter (See our Cannabutter Recipe)
- 3/4 Cup Unsalted Butter
- 1/4 Cup Water
- 1/4 tsp Salt
- 200 grams of chocolate milk or 1cup chocolate chips
- 1 cup coarsely chopped nuts (You can use Pecans, Walnuts or whatever your preference is)
Things you’ll need
- Small stockpot
- Wooden spoon
- Baking sheet
- Wax paper
- Candy thermometer
- Large stockpot with water
1.) In your small stockpot pour in your sugar, Cannabutter, Regular butter, Water and Salt. If you want to increase your potency you can add more Cannabutter while lessening the amount of your regular butter and both having a total amount of 1 Cup.
2.) Set your stockpot on low heat and allow you Cannabutter toffee mixture to melt and infuse together. Make sure to stir regularly until it starts to melt.
3.) While waiting, quickly prepare your baking sheet by lining it with wax paper and a bigger pot with water inside to dowse the mix for cooling down.
4.) Keep the Cannabutter toffee mixture on low heat and wait until this starts to boil.
5.) Once this starts to boil, position your candy thermometer. Mix continuously ensuring you scrape the edges to avoid any of the butter and the sugar from burning.
6.) Keep boiling and mixing until the candy thermometer registers 300 degrees F. Once it gets to the right temperature, pull the stockpot out of the heat and dowse the bottom of it inside the larger stockpot with water inside. This will allow the metal to cool down quickly and to stop your Cannabutter Toffee treat from cooking.
7.) Immediately pour your Cannabis infused Toffee onto the baking sheet lined with wax paper and let it settle. DO NOT TOUCH as this is extremely hot!
8.) Melt some chocolate in a microwave by using 10-second increments to ensure it will not burn or use a double boiler, whichever you prefer.
9.) Pour your melted chocolate on top of your Cannabis toffee mixture and spread evenly using a spatula. Sprinkle chopped up nuts on top and let the Cannabis Toffee cool down and settle for about 2 hours.
10.) Once fully cooled in, invert the Cannabis toffee onto your baking tray and use a knife to cut or break it apart into smaller Cannabis infused toffee candy treats per serving size or bite-sized pieces. Place in an airtight container and the fridge for better storing. Viola! You now have your homemade Cannabis Toffee or Cannabutter Toffee Edibles ready to enjoy!
This recipe will introduce you to toffee, and from here you can experiment with adding nuts or other flavorings.
2 cups roasted nuts (I like pecans)
1 Cup Sugar
1 Cup cannabutter
1 Tablespoon Light Corn Syrup
1/4 Cup Water
1 Cup Chocolate Morsels
Spread about 1.5 cups of chopped nuts on a non-stick backing sheet (may need to lightly grease it, but not too much) Bring Sugar, Butter and Corn Syrup to a boil over medium heat stirring constantly to prevent burning. Cook until the mixture reads about 300 to 310 degrees until mixture is golden brown (use Candy Thermometer and work fast, once it reaches 300, there isn’t a lot of time till it burns. Pour Sugar mixture over chopped nuts on the baking sheet. Spread chocolate over hot candy and spread with a spoon (chocolate will start melting as soon as it hits the candy) Sprinkle the rest of the nuts over the top of the chocolate and let the sheet cool for about 30 mins or until the candy is cool. The candy should break apart pretty easily after it has cooled.
One of the most common edibles we make in our house is soft cannabis caramel. It is delicious and easy to make. Plus, it goes great with many other things, such as combining it with cookies, brownies, or other treats.
In order to make the cannabis caramel, you first have to make some cannabis butter. You can find the recipe for my personal cannabis butter, which I try to make as strong as possible, here cannabutter recipe.
There are many different ways to make cannabis-infused caramels, but this is my special recipe.
Gather the ingredients
In order to make the cannabis caramels, you will need the following items:
- 9” x 13” pan
- parchment paper
- medium to large sized saucepan
- 1 cup cannabis butter
- 2 ¼ cups brown sugar
- pinch of salt
- 1 cup of light corn syrup
- 14 ounces sweetened condensed milk (canned)
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Once you have gathered all of these items, it’s time to start the process of making the caramel, which usually takes about 30 minutes from start to finish.
9 easy steps
#1.) Melt the cannabis butter in the saucepan over medium heat. You can get away with a smaller saucepan, but I like to have plenty of room for stirring. The mixture will eventually get pretty tough to stir, so having that extra room to work is advantageous.
#2.) After the butter has melted in the saucepan, stir in the brown sugar and salt until it’s smoothly mixed.
#3.) Stir in the corn syrup. I have tried substituting corn syrup for other things, but it never tastes right. If there is a suitable substitute, by all means go with it (and let me know!).
#4.) Add the sweetened condensed milk, stirring the entire time. This is where things can get a little hairy. You want to continue to cook the mixture over the medium heat until the mixture firms up.
How firm? That’s the tricky part. It usually takes between 12 and 15 minutes, with the end product being firmer the longer you let it cook. The firmness doesn’t affect the taste or potency of the caramel, but it does determine the consistency of the end product.
I personally like to let it go closer to 15 minutes, which results in a ‘Sugar Daddy’ type semi-hard candy. My wife likes to only let it go for 12 minutes in order to get a softer caramel that is easier to chop up and to put into other treats.
#5.) While it’s cooking, line the 9′ x 13″ pan with parchment paper. A lot of caramel recipes just say to spray the pan with some oil to make it easier to get the caramel out. In my experience, lining the pan with wax paper makes it much easier to get the caramel out once it’s eventually cooled.
#6.) When you have your desired firmness, remove the saucepan from the stove burner.
#7.) Stir in the vanilla extract, making sure it’s mixed thoroughly.
#8.) Pour it into the parchment paper lined pan and let it cool. Once it is cool, you will be left with a huge slab of cannabis caramel.
#9.) Cut it up into pieces that are the size that you prefer and enjoy!
I always keep my caramel in the refrigerator. The caramel is really soft, and even a semi-warm day will make the caramel melt quite a bit.
By storing it in the refrigerator, it keeps it firm and makes it easier to handle. Then if you want it softer, just leave a piece out at room temperature and it should become nice and soft.
I have put cannabis-infused caramel in all kinds of things, even my coffee. But more often than not I just bring a few pieces with me to pop in my mouth as needed.
When I take the cannabis outside of my house, I always roll up small pieces in wax paper to ensure that it doesn’t melt in my pocket or in my bag.
Enjoy, and as always, if there’s something that I missed, or if you have a different caramel recipe that you like, please share it in the comments so that others can benefit from your knowledge!
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I’ve never seen or eaten cannabis toffee before and after reading the reviews for this product I’m not sure if that’s a good thing. The majority of them talk about how it doesn’t taste like marijuana but more like burnt popcorn, which is weird because there are definitely different types of flavors in packets: blueberry, cherry limeade-popsicle? There were also many mentions on people being confused by what they thought was cannabis caramel popping out! It sounds really interesting though so maybe I should try it just as an experiment?