The infused caramel recipe
Caramel is one of the most common foods we can make at home. It is delicious and easy to prepare. Plus, it pairs really well with a lot of other things, like cookies, brownies, or other treats.
To make cannabis caramel, you must first make Marrakech butter.
There are many ways to make cannabis infused toffees, but this is a special recipe.
To make cannabis caramels, you will need the following:
- Baking dish
- Baking paper
- Medium to large saucepan
- 1 bowl (250 ml) of cannabis butter
- 2 * 1/4 cup (about 60 mL) brown sugar
- Pinch of salt
- 1 cup of light corn syrup where cane syrup
- 40 CL sweetened condensed milk (canned)
- 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
Once you have gathered all these elements, it's time to start the caramel manufacturing process, 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 settle for a smaller pot but it's good to have enough space to stir. The mixture will eventually become quite difficult to stir, so it pays to have more space to work.
2.) Once the butter has melted in the pot, add the brown sugar and salt, stirring until well combined.
3.) Stir in the corn syrup or cane syrup.
4.) Add the sweetened condensed milk, stirring all the time. This is where the going can get tough. You want to continue cooking the mixture over medium heat until it hardens. Close how? This is the tricky part. This usually takes 12 to 15 minutes, with the final product feeling firmer the longer you cook it. Firmness does not affect the taste or potency of the caramel, but it does determine the consistency of the final product.
Let it go closer to 15 minutes, which results in a semi-hard candy. If you leave it for 12 minutes, you'll get a softer caramel that's easier to chop and put in other treats.
5.) While cooking, line the oven dish with parchment paper. Many caramel recipes just say to spray with an oil spray to make it easier to extract the caramel. Garnishing the dish with baking paper makes it much easier to extract the caramel once it has cooled.
6.) When you get the desired firmness, remove the burner pan from the range.
7.) Stir in the vanilla extract making sure it is well mixed.
8.) Pour it into the dish lined with parchment paper and let it cool. Once cooled, you will still have a huge plate of cannabis caramel.
9.) Cut it into the size you prefer and enjoy!
Keep your caramel in the refrigerator. The caramel is very soft, and even a semi-hot day will melt the caramel.
By keeping it in the fridge, it keeps it firm and makes it easier to handle. Then, if you want it to be softer, leave a piece at room temperature and it should become soft and pleasant.
You can put the caramel infused in all kinds of things, even in his coffee. Or eat them like candy.
Wrap small pieces in waxed paper to make sure it does not melt in the pocket or bag.
Take advantage, and as always, if there is something missing, or if you have a different caramel recipe, share it in the comments so that others can benefit from your knowledge!
The caramel recipe in this video is basic, but can be tweaked if you like. You don't need a lot of ingredients for this one, but maybe for the following ...
The recipe you will see in the video is very different from the one described above. It follows the same basic format, but this guy uses 45 grams of K high quality for a yield of 45%. These toffees are not a joke (for experienced users only).
You can add a ½ to ¾ cup of water to make sure the temperature does not exceed 100⁰C (for information, the boiling point of water is around 100⁰). THC begins to break down decarboxylate en CBN at temperatures above 190⁰C and the CBD begins to degrade at 175⁰C.