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We like recipes to utilize CBD hemp flower in edibles because what a great way to dose. So today we are going to look at how CBD spikes chocolate. Chocolate is a favorite of almost everyone. It is a calming element emotionally and its so delightful to also get additional health benefits.

CBD Spikes Chocolate — CBD Chocolate

Bringing you some simple recipes today. When you want to “spike” your chocolate, it is simple. Buy the best chocolate like Ghirardelli. Break the chocolate squares apart and put them in a microwave safe dish. Microwave it in small increments of time like 30 minutes then take it out and stir before doing a 2nd 30-minute nuke.

When the chocolate it completely melted, add CBD oil to it and mix it well particularly if you are using it to dose with. You will want to know exactly how many milligrams you get with each piece of chocolate. Pour the melted chocolate into silicone molds. Chocolate and water do not mix, so keep humidity out of the mixture.

If you find the taste of full-spectrum CBD oil changes the chocolate taste, then you can use CBD isolate oil. However, remember you will not enjoy the entourage effect of all the natural compounds working together.

CBD Spikes Chocolate — Raw Vegan CBD Brownies

Remember we are going all out for chocolate today. This recipe is for CBD Brownies and who does not like chocolate? These brownies are good just because they are chocolate but they each one has 30 mg CBD in it. This is really a nice way to dose with CBD.

CBD Spikes Chocolate — CannaButter-Infused Chocolate Cake

How many times to you get this craving for a big fat piece of chocolate cake in the middle of the afternoon. Here is a recipe for chocolate cake and when you eat it, you will also get a dose of health with CBD. This cake is made with cannabutter, so in case you do not have cannabutter already made, here is a recipe for it.

Recipe for CannaButter

1 cup of butter (not margarine)

1 cup (7 – 10 grams) of ground CBD hemp flower, decarboxylated (see below)

  • Add 1 cup of water to the melted butter and let it simmer.
  • Add the finely ground CBD hemp flower.
  • Simmer at low heat below 200 degrees and let simmer for 60 to 120 minutes
  • Stir occasionally
  • Strain the cannabutter through a cheesecloth.
  • Do not squeeze the cheesecloth.
  • Pour into a glass jar and refrigerate.

The Oven Method to Decarb

You need an oven, baking tray, parchment paper, and hemp flower such as CB Dawg.

  • Oven temperature — 230-260 degrees F.
  • Break hemp flower into small pieces.
  • Spread on parchment covered baking tray.
  • Place in the tray on the middle shelf in oven.
  • Bake for 2 hours.

Remove and cool. It is now sufficiently decarbed!

Using Decarbed CBD Hemp Flower

You can use decarbed CBD hemp flower rather than CBD oil in any of the recipes above. You can replace 25% of the regular flour with decarbed CBD hemp flower.

Hemp flour provides a great deal of fiber boost to whatever recipe you add it too. It also has nutrients and medicine because it has CBD content. If you use a CBD hemp flower with high CBD content you have a greater advantage. The only downside may be the taste which you can overcome by the right amount of spices or sugar.

To make a ½ cup of hemp flour you need 14 grams of CBD hemp flower.  After decarboxylating the CBD hemp flower place the cooled pieces in a food processor to grind it fine.  Store in an airtight container in a cool and dark place until you want to use it. Its shelf life is about three months for best freshness.

If you want more information on all things CBD, read other posts here on our blog.

Are you looking for CBD bud products? Dr. Strains CBD only sources its CBD bud from small hemp farms. Check out our online shop or contact us for more information.

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