How to make the perfect Cannabis Brownies
Posted on Thursday, April 20 2017 02:00:00 PM in News by Hayley Ballinger
Cannabis Brownies are often the first recipe that comes to mind when you think about infused edibles. So in this post will walk you through how to bake the most amazing brownies using our reTreat Double Chocolate Midnight Brownie baking mix.
- 1 x pack of reTreat Double Chocolate Midnight Brownie baking mix
- 200ml of warm water
- 100ml of melted coconut oil (a scented coconut oil works best)
- 60mg of cannabis oil
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1) Preheat oven- ensure proper oven temperature with the use of internal or external temperature probe. 350 f is key for success, low oven temperature may cause batter to separate and become oily. High oven temperature may cause product to over cook as well over cook THC in the batter.
2) Measure out coconut oil, cannabis oil and water separately then combine them together. This will help with proper mixing and even distribution of the cannabis oil.
3) Water temperature should be room temp, or slightly warm, not cold enough to stay to thicken oil. If the water is too cold, it will cause the oil to clump and the batter will not be uniform.
4) Open package and pour into medium sized bowl and make a well, pour coconut oil and water mixture into the well and stir around the edges. Until all batter is well mixed. Batter will start out liquid and then will start to firm up, stop mixing when mixture to like pudding, soft and firm.
5) Hydrate the dough. Cover the bowl with plastic wrap and put it in the refrigerator. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours. Ideally, let the dough sit in the refrigerator to hydrate fully over night.
6) Pour out into 9x9 floured pan- using spatula scrap all from the bottom of bowl and spatula its self. Tasting batter at this point will be THC active, so attention if you lick the spoon.
7) At this time you can add some extra toppings such as shredded coconut or even more chocolate.
8) Bake for 15 min as suggested.
9) Once cool, they can be placed in fridge in pan, covering with plastic and can be easier to cut once fully chilled , freezer for faster chill down time or served with ice cream while still warm.
I love the classic pairing of vanilla ice cream. But can be served with a berry sherbet or berry ice cream.