Homemade Cannabis Chocolate

Homemade Cannabis Chocolate

I don’t know about you, but I LOVE chocolate, I will put it on everything.  And in my opinion some of the best edibles are made with canna-chocolate.  So here’s how I make it at home.

First if you don’t know how to infuse cannabis into butter, check out my canna-butter recipe.  Because this recipe involves using canna-butter.


First, choose your chocolate.  Always use melting chocolate because trying to use regular chocolate chips Will Not Work.  Trust me, you end up with a goopy mess that looks more like strange fudge rather than chocolate.


My personal favorite is dark chocolate, but you can use milk, white, or whatever you like as long as it’s melting chocolate.

Next, pour the chocolate into a glass jar to melt. IMG_0532

Place the jar in a crockpot or sauce pan lined with a towel and filled half way with water.  The towel helps prevent the glass from getting too hot and breaking.

(Stoves heat up and cook a lot faster than the crockpot, so keep an eye on it.  You don’t want the chocolate to burn.)

Once the chocolate is completely melted, add 2 tablespoons of canna-butter and let it melt into the chocolate.

Stir periodically until fully mixed.

With the crockpot, you can leave the chocolate in the jar and keep it on low all day and it won’t burn the chocolate.  And it will still be at the perfect dipping temperature.

With a stove, you need to be able to make what you want right away so the chocolate doesn’t get burn or harden prematurely.


Whalaa,  you have canna-chocolate fit for dipping strawberries, candies, etc. Or you could just eat it like I do.


Supplies Needed:

Canna-butter ~ see recipe

Chocolate Melting Wafers

Glass Jar


Crock Pot



Leave a comment and let us know how you make canna-chocolate…


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