Make Chocolate Cannabis Gel for Adult Dreidel Play This Hanukkah
Dreidel is a kid’s version of gambling, at least that’s what I thought as a kid! According to history , he traveled all over Europe from Ireland before becoming a favorite in Yiddish and then Hebrew. A spinning top with four rules is great, but playing with a bit of improved chocolate can help you get it savage – read: fun – quadrant. Making your own cannabis chocolate coins is much easier than it sounds and doesn’t require any special tools.
As far as I remember, the foil-wrapped chocolates we got as children are not very tasty, and even in New York they are not widely available. Some friends and I are planning to play at the upcoming dinner, and since it’s for adults only, this is a great opportunity to make things a little more interesting by adding some cannabis to play on.
When it comes to chocolate products, reducing the volume of what you add to chocolate is critical for a crisp and authentic feel and flavor, and using oils and butter won’t work if you don’t want to turn dark chocolate. in milk chocolate. Concentrates and hash are your best bets to keep the process short, bittersweet, and powerful.
Collect supplies and get to work; from start to finish it will take less than an hour. It’s also a good time to mention that you can actually customize the chocolate if you like, with additions like crispy puffed rice, flavors like mint or vanilla, and white chocolate swirls if you like. You will need the following:
- Foil for mini cupcakes
- Various other sizes of cupcake foil (optional)
- 8 ounces dark chocolate
- ¼ gram of cannabis concentrate
- Glass beaker
- Baking sheet
- Putty knife
Spread about 24-30 mini muffin tins on a baking sheet, being careful to maintain their shape for as long as possible to keep the bottom round and flat. Decarboxylate concentrate at 225 ° C for 10 minutes to convert THC-A to THC, then set aside. However, you prefer to melt the chocolate, decide and square it before you start making the chocolate. Once you have your melting settings, concentrate on hand and ready, cut the chocolate into small pieces and add it to the measuring cup.
Melt slowly in a double boiler or in short bursts in the microwave. When everything is melted, add the concentrate and mix well with a folding motion. Coins can now be poured; there should be ½ teaspoon to one teaspoon of chocolate for each spoon.
The finer you pour them, the more they will look like coins, as they will have less bevel than a baking cup. Try not to exceed the thickness of an inch. Once everything is poured, tap the baking sheet on the counter several times to make sure there are no bubbles and the chocolate has spread over the bumper to the bumper.
Let the chocolate freeze completely, and when it’s completely solid, just bend and fold the excess muffin tin foil inward and you’ve got a gel!
Gather your friends and start spinning, reminding everyone that they are playing with improved chocolate. Whatever you do, just don’t eat the whole bunch yourself, even if you won honestly!