Creating CBD chocolate at home is simple with this easy to follow CBD recipe.
CBD has found its way into a wide range of edibles, including CBD gummies, CBD hard candies, and even CBD chocolates. With our quick recipe, you can make delicious CBD infused chocolate at home with RSHO CBD Isolate powder. Keep reading for our easy to follow CBD chocolate recipe.
How to Make CBD Chocolate
CBD chocolates can be a tasty way to add CBD to your system each day. Completely customizable, you can easily change the amount of CBD in each serving, as well as the type of chocolate you use and any special flavor ingredients you want to add to make these CBD chocolates your own.
One of the advantages of using RSHO CBD Isolate in this recipe is the ability to customize the potency of your chocolates. Each milligram of CBD isolate is approximately one milligram of CBD. With that in mind, 200 mg of CBD isolate will come out to 20 mg of CBD per ounce of chocolate. This can be adjusted up or down to reach a potency you prefer.
What you will need:
- Double boiler
- 10 ounces of chocolate chips
- 4 tablespoons of coconut oil or unsalted butter
- RSHO CBD Isolate
- Chocolate molds (optional)
- In a double boiler, heat chocolate chips until melted, stirring regularly
- Add coconut oil or butter, stirring as it mixes
- Remove from heat and mix in RSHO CBD Isolate, stirring until thoroughly blended
- If you are using chocolate molds, pour your melted CBD chocolate into your molds.
If you are not using chocolate molds, you can also allow the chocolate to cool for about 10 minutes, and then spoon it out onto wax paper in drops to cool fully. You can also pour this chocolate over ice cream, use it to dip strawberries, and more.
Feeling creative, you can add extras to your CBD chocolate by blending in sea salt, crushed candy canes, mini M&Ms, or any other treat you can think of.
Why Make CBD Chocolate
Infusing edibles with CBD is a great way to add the benefits of hemp derived CBD into your diet. CBD naturally promotes balance and wellness by supporting the endocannabinoid system, a network of receptors tasked with keeping the body and its functions running optimally.
When CBD is taken with food, the body is able to more efficiently absorb the CBD and other cannabinoids before transporting throughout the body. Here is more about why you should take CBD oil with food.
This CBD chocolate recipe calls for RSHO CBD Isolate, a 99% pure CBD powder that makes it easy to add CBD to nearly any recipe. Using CBD isolate to make CBD chocolate is ideal because it has no odor or flavor. However, you can also make this recipe using our CBD liquids.
There are literally dozens and dozens of possible recipes featuring CBD oil tinctures and liquids. Use our CBD recipes to stimulate your creative cooking juices. Keep in mind that it isn’t suggested that you cook with the oil, as doing so can diminish potency.
You can get RSHO Liquids in our Green, Blue, and Gold Labels, giving you the choice between our non-decarboxylated, decarboxylated, and filtered options. You can also opt for our RSHO-X, which is made with CBD isolate and contains no detectable amounts of THC. Available in 4 oz. bottles, our line of RSHO Liquids provide 31 mg of CBD per serving.
Edibles Beyond CBD Chocolate
Visit our CBD Oil Recipes page to discover how to make even more CBD edibles.
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Author: Jeffrey Stamberger