It’s all in the mold. You can use your gummy bear molds from making Cannabis Gummies, or you can find molds specifically for hard candy making here. I prefer working with silicon since it’s reusable and it’s easy to remove your candy from silicon molds, but player’s choice!
What do we need?
There are a few things you’re going to need ahead of time to make this recipe:
- A good candy thermometer (I use this one… it’s cheap and it works great!)
- Cannabis tincture or decarboxylated cannabis concentrate (hash, CO2 extract, etc.)
- Backing Paper / or a parchment paper
- Silicone jar to store your candies
Combine in a medium saucepan over medium-high heat:
- 1 Cup Organic Sugar
- 1/2 Cup Organic Light Corn Syrup
- 1/4 Cup Filtered Water
Stir until sugar is completely dissolved.
Once boiling, insert a candy thermometer. Don’t stir after your magic concoction starts to boil.
When your thermometer reads 300 • Fahrenheit, immediately remove from heat. Keep your thermometer in the pot.
When the temperature drops to 250• Fahrenheit, stir in:
- Organic Orange or – Lemon Flavor
- Cannabis Tincture
Carefully smooth out the shape on the parchment paper
Allow to cool completely at room temperature for about 15-20 minutes.
Break the hard shape into bite sized pieces of candy
Store it in an airtight container.
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