How to make marijuana truffles

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Marijuana truffles
Marijuana truffles

 

To make a good impression but, above all, to delight true chocolate lovers, today I’ll tell you how to make some marijuana truffles in a simple way. The best part? They last for several days and still taste like chocolate and cannabis. Are you in??

 

I love to walk! And I do it almost every day, whether it’s in the country or in the city. The problem with this second option is that I always stop at the same place: the chocolate shop three blocks from my house. Do you know what its specialty is? Chocolate truffles!

 

Yes! Imagine, it’s 100 yards from the store and it already smells like chocolate. And, of course, as you get closer you can get used to the idea that you’re eating one of those truffles that are a real sin. They melt in your mouth!?

 

But of course, the price is also what it is; you know: quality is paid for and, believe me, these really are. In fact, they have received different awards for that. So….imagine how they must be!

 

Why am I telling you this on a cannabis blog? Well, because the other day, to get rid of my desire to buy some chocolate truffles, I looked on the Internet to find different recipes to make them and today I want to share with you the one I have created from the combination of all of them.

 

But this is not just any recipe for sweet truffles! It’s a recipe for marijuana truffles. Like I’ve already given that cannabic point to other desserts, such as, cup cakes. And I assure you, if you do it right, the truffles… are to die for!

 

Did you feel like making them yourself? Come on, let’s go! Put the laziness aside, take paper and pen, put on your apron and live a double culinary pleasure!?‍?

 

 

 

⭐ Marijuana Truffle Recipe

 
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Did you know that eating chocolate can have a major influence on mood and usually leads to an increase in pleasant sensations and a reduction in stress?

 

This is what Peter Rogers, of the Ph.D., Institute of Food Research, said. And you know what I’m saying? I’m not a scientist, but chocolate gives me life and marijuana makes me happy, so I think there’s no better combination than this.

 

But I’m going to stop talking about myself and move on to some interesting things: the recipe for chocolate marijuana truffles. You’re gonna need them to make them:

 

Ingredients
Ingredients

 

 

1 can of condensed milk of 370 grams
100 grams of cocoa powder for the filling of the truffle
Cocoa powder for topping (own taste)
60 grams of marijuana butter
1 glass of liqueur (own taste), for example, rum. Some people also use aniseed or brandy

 

You can also add ground almonds (between 50 and 100 grams, according to taste) to make the effect crunchier, but keep in mind that none of your guests are allergic to them, you know that these things are very common on these days.

 

Did you write it all down? Let’s go with the recipe! But first, tell me one thing. Do you know how to make marijuana butter? If you prefer, you can buy it, but if you don’t, I invite you to take a look at the marijuana butter recipe I posted on the blog earlier.

 

In fact, it’s going to be great for you to know how to make marijuana butter, firstly because you save money and secondly because if you like to cook with cannabis, all or most of the recipes will need this ingredient to give you the fat that marijuana needs to preserve its properties when it’s cooked

 

If you want something a little lighter, but just as rich and useful for the recipe, replace butter with hemp seed oil, such as the one you can find in Pevgrow.

 

We recommend decarboxylate the cannabis before cooking, because although during the process of elaboration of the recipe, the marijuana can be decarboxylated, if we do it before we make sure that the decarboxylation is done correctly. If you want to know how to do it click on this link Weed decarboxylation

 

And now, we are going with the steps of the recipe for chocolate truffles with marijuana:

 

Step 1: put a casserole with water to heat. We will put a large bowl on it to cook the products in a bain-marie.

 

We put a casserole with water to heat
We put a casserole with water to heat

 

Step 2: we should add the condensed milk in the bowl, the cocoa for the truffles, the butter (or oil) and the liquor of your choice.

 

Add other ingredients
Add other ingredients

 

Step 3: make sure you mix it well and when it is, let it stand for about ten minutes.

 

Mix and let stand
Mix and let stand

 

Step 4: take small portions and make small balls. Every time you finish making one, pass them over the cocoa you left to wrap the balls. As if they were croquettes!

 

Making the little balls
Making the little balls

 

Step 5: when you’re out of dough, put it in the fridge for 4 or 5 hours and…enjoy!

 

Leave in the refrigerator for 4 to 5 hours
Leave in the refrigerator for 4 to 5 hours

 

 

⛳ Tips for eating marijuana truffles

 

If you usually make recipes with marijuana, you know that smoking cannabis is not the same as eating it. When you use it the effect takes an average of one to two hours, but it is much more powerful, so you always have to take it into account.

 

In the same way, remember that the effect is not the same on you as it is on someone else, so it is always better to have the amount of marijuana down than up

 

And, of course, avoid mixing truffles with alcohol or other marijuana ingredients. I know they would be great in combination with marijuana milk or coffee with cannabis, but the effect can be too powerful.

 

 

 

✨ Conclusion

 

If you are also a chocolate addict or want to surprise your guests with a different and “fun” dessert, chocolate truffles are an excellent choice. But not only that, it is also a very simple and cheap recipe to make

 

In 5 easy steps, 30 minutes of preparation and let them rest for a few hours, you have the perfect whim to take at any time. You can even take one before going to bed and sleep with the sweet and pleasant taste of cocoa, combined with the effect of marijuana (use one that has sedative effects in this case)

 

And, finally, let me ask you a question. What did you think of the text? Did you like it? Do you have any questions or advice to contribute? I can’t wait to hear from you!? And you know, if you liked it, share it on networks so everyone can enjoy it.

 

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Noelia Jiménez
Noelia Jiménez
I love to cook and write about marijuana. One day I started making marijuana butter and since then I haven't stopped creating the most varied recipes you can imagine.
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  1. Approx. how many or what weight is each ball?

    • Hi Penny,
      The truffles should be a little smaller than a Ping Pong/golf ball.

      Best regards

  2. Can this chocolate truffle recipe be made without the added alcohol and if yes, should the proportions of the other ingredients be different? It sounds delicious!

    • Hello Designsgal,
      Practically alcohol does not change the texture, it uses the same measurements.

      You can do it perfectly well without alcohol

      Greetings!

  3. I am loving this recipe so much! Do you think i can freeze it? I do find that it lasts in an airtight container in the fridge for a few weeks.

    • Hi Lauren!
      Yes of course, you can freeze it without any problem

      Cheers

  4. Hi – I tried this recipe and it came out perfectly! Thank you for sharing it! I had prepared butter already.

    • Hi Lauren!
      Glad to hear you got the recipe right!

  5. This never seems to work for me – the mixture is either too runny or becomes too thick and sticky. I figured that before you roll the mixture into balls, put it in the fridge for a few hours, then roll it. After this, freeze them, and melt some chocolate, then dip the balls in the chocolate and refrigerate for a few more hours till the chocolate is hard. It’s absolutely delish!

    • Hi Mary,
      Thank you for sharing your experience, I hope it will be useful to other users

  6. Do you have an edibles cookbook to recommend?

    • Hello!
      We personally do not have any books for sale but there are some that are good, for example:
      – Bong Appétit: Mastering the Art of Cooking with Weed
      – The Easy Cannabis Cookbook

      Regards!

  7. Your normal glass measurement is still vague. You talking drinking glass 8 oz or 12 or shot glass. I’ve screwed up 3 batches.

    • Hello!
      We recommend using a small shot glass.

      Best regards

  8. Do you recommend Sativa or Indica strain

    • Hello!
      At the end of the day I recommend varieties that you like.
      I personally would choose something like a blueberry or a runtz.

      Regards

  9. Hi.. Plus minus how many truffels did you get out of this batch and when you say small ??? like dove egg/

  10. What brand chocolate is good for the truffle base. I have messed up 2 batches using wrong one.

    • Hello Marcia,
      Use pure chocolate, the kind sold in 4 ounce bars in the baking aisle.

      Regards.

  11. Are you talking about an 8 ounce glass

    • Hi Sean.
      We are only talking about a normal glass.

      Regards.

  12. How much is a glass of liquor? How many ounces?

    • Hello,
      Pour about half of a normal glass. 😉

  13. How can I use Liquid Indica oil in recipes?

    • Hi Sandy,
      Yes, but always with the recommended doses.

      Greetings

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