Cannabis Salted Caramel Candy is a delicious treat that can be made in the comfort of your own home. The recipe for this amazing sweetness comes from cannabis chef, Amanda Minton of Rockin’ Wellness. This blog post will show you how to make cannabis salted caramel candy and share some tips on how to get started with cannabidiol (CBD).
This recipe is relatively easy and quick to make. You will need:
-Cannabidiol, carrier oil or butter (if you are using cannabis salted caramel candy for cooking), salt
-semi-sweet chocolate chips
-flour, baking powder, brown sugar) -butter, vanilla extract) -sugar ) granulated sugar) eggs your favorite flavor of jam/jelly or a topping of choice like chopped nuts if desired.
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Tips for making cannabis salted caramel candy:
Since this recipe is made mostly of butter or oil) it should be stored in the refrigerator and eaten within a month if not sooner. Kitchen tools that are needed include measuring spoons & cups, mixing bowl/spatula, baking dish
Serve chilled! Place small pieces on wax paper then cover with another square of wax paper like an ice cream sandwich). Wrap around a popsicle stick once frozen.) Serve as desired – by itself, on a spoon, over ice cream, or with sliced fruit.
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Melt sugar in a saucepan over medium-high heat and allow it to turn dark amber with an occasional bubble, stirring occasionally.
The best way to achieve the desired color and flavor for cannabis salted caramel candy is through a process called caramelization. Caramelization occurs when sugar molecules are heated in the presence of water or liquid until they break down into simple sugars which melt at different temperatures. The process begins by heating sugar in a saucepan over medium-high heat without any other ingredients being added to help prevent scorching.
Caramels have less moisture than most candies because all of the water has been evaporated during cooking so it’s important not to let your candy burn while waiting on one side before flipping as we do with buttercream frosting! If you’re making cannabis salted caramel candy, it’s important not to let the sugar caramelize too much or you’ll end up with a burnt taste.
Add butter and cream to the pan, and stir until it starts to boil
. If you’re making cannabis salted caramel candy, add the cannabis-infused butter and cream to the pan right from the start.
Add in salt as desired (salt is optional). Salt rounds out all of those sweet flavors with a little bit of savory flavor to balance it out.
Keep stirring until your sugar starts to turn into that beautiful amber color we want our caramels to look like! The process can take up to 25 minutes so make sure you keep an eye on things after about 18 or 19 minutes have passed and stirred more often if necessary. Add vanilla extract for extra flavor and fragrance – I recommend using pure organic vanilla extract because artificial doesn’t taste good at all when combined with these ingredients.
The process can take up to 25 minutes so make sure you keep an eye on things after about 18 or 19 minutes have passed and stirred more often if necessary. Add vanilla extract for extra flavor and fragrance – I recommend using pure organic vanilla extract because artificial doesn’t taste good at all when combined with these ingredients.
I know it’s hard, but don’t dump the whole pot of caramel over your candy! Pour slowly in batches until each piece has been coated evenly. It is a bit difficult but will result in better-looking candies (and easier cleanup!). If desired add toppings such as crushed nuts, chocolate sprinkles, or chopped roasted almonds – this step is optional though since they are delicious without any additional toppings.
The result is a delicious, salty, and sweet treat that can be enjoyed by the whole family.
Continue cooking for about 5 minutes, stirring occasionally.
If you’ve never made homemade caramel, it can take some time to figure out the perfect cook temperature and cooking duration. If your caramels are still liquid after a few minutes of cooking, lower the oven setting by 25°F (or turn off one burner on an electric stove) for another couple of minutes or until they’re done.
Continue stirring occasionally as the mixture continues to boil; when caramel reaches desired color and thickness, remove the pot from the heat source but keep whisking constantly at this point so that sugar doesn’t harden in the bottom of the pan.
This technique will result in a smooth textured candy coating with no lumps! The higher quality vanilla extract you use, the better tasting these salted caramels will be.
Add salt to taste and whip until it is fully incorporated; the caramel will thicken slightly as you do this. Pour into a greased pan or line an airtight container with parchment paper, then pour in the mixture. Allow caramels to cool for at least 20 minutes before slicing (if using a lined container). If desired, sprinkle chopped nuts over top of cooled candies just before serving.
Remove from heat when the mixture turns a light brown color with an even consistency.
Pour mixture into a greased pan or line an airtight container with parchment paper. (A silicone baking mat is helpful if you’re using something other than the caramels in the video) Allow cooling for at least 20 minutes before slicing, then wrap individually and store on a shelf.
Stir in cannabis oil and salt to taste.
Melt sugar in a small heavy-bottomed saucepan over medium heat, stirring constantly with a high heat resistant rubber spatula. Just before all the sugar is melted (the mixture will start to change colors), add butter and stir until completely combined and smooth. Reduce heat if necessary to avoid burning or caramelizing the mixture too quickly – you want it light brown when fully cooked without any graininess at all. Add cream slowly as you continue cooking, whisking continuously; do not stop whisking! The longer you cook your caramels, the sweeter they’ll be: I like mine on the less sweet side so I only cook about 30 seconds more than what’s listed above for milk chocolate
Pour into silicone molds or parchment paper-lined baking sheet; allow to cool, then remove from molds, break into pieces.
And Cannabis Salted Caramel Candy did. Enjoy your delicious!
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