Cannabis gummy bears are an all-time favorite among cannabis users, even if they are a little more difficult to make than some other recipes such as weed firecrackers and weed brownies. In many ways they are a two in one as you can have the weed along with the snack. Many cannabis users are of the opinion that gummy bears make the best cannabis edibles. Just don’t leave them lying around if you happen to have any kids. Cannabis gummy bear edibles are difficult to find as they are seen as a target to children, and they have recently been banned in Colorado for this reason. But there is nothing stopping you from making your own delicious version of the popular treat. The following is a very easy recipe to make cannabis infused gummy bears. It uses hash oil and assumes you have already gone through the process of decarboxylating marijuana in order to activate the THC. This recipe is easy to make but the finished gummies possess a considerable amount of THC so beginners beware! You can halve the amount of hash oil and still have quite a potent cannabis edible.
Tools and Ingredients
- 1/2 Cup Cold Filtered Water
- 1 3-OZ Package Jell-O Gelatin packet(Choose your favorite flavor, we went with strawberry)
- 4 packets Plain Gelatin
- 6 Grams of Decarboxylated Hash Oil
- 1-3 teaspoons Vegetable Glycerin
- Gummy mold
- Turkey Baster
The first step is to prepare the gummy molds, by spraying them with a nonstick spray. Mix the two forms of gelatin in a saucepan and add the half cup of cold filtered water. Stir over medium heat until the mixture becomes liquid.
Step two is to add in the hash oil and mix it thoroughly. Stir in 1 teaspoon of vegetable glycerin to help the oil and gelatin mixture blend. Use up to 3 tsp glycerin to help keep things blended. There’s enough glycerin when you see no separation of oil and Jell-O when standing for roughly 2 minutes.
Now you have your mix, you can use the Turkey baster to suck up the liquid gummies and pour them onto the plastic gummy mold. Viola! Leave the molds in the fridge for 20 to 30 minutes to cool. You can add some citric acid or some cornstarch to prevent the gummies from sticking together.