How To Make Pot Brownies With Stem

How To Make Pot Brownies With Stem

​A majority of us, since an early age, have held a tenderness for chocolate. The silky smooth texture, the sweet taste, and the comfort feeling it gives are mesmerizing. We all know the rewarding feeling after bolting a whole bar of chocolate all by ourselves, but do you know what pairs well with chocolates? CANNABIS. And, what better than Pot Brownies? The comfort of chocolate and high of the weed. Not just that, they are a classic and timeless dessert that is made from weed. The reasons being they go well any time of the day, easy to make, and they taste fabulous.

We hope by now you are keen to know how you can make the best pot brownies. But before that, let us give you a few tips, tricks, and hacks to make some mouth-watering and mind-blowing pot brownies with the stem.

Wait, did you just read stem? Yeah. Pot Brownies with stem. No buzz killers here.

Getting the measures right is the most crucial part of the entire baking process. It would help if you were sure about the exact dosage so that the people who are consuming it don’t get extremely high or a bad trip.

Ensure that the pot you are using for brownies is organic. It is because if it is grown using pesticides or chemical fertilizers, the brownies might turn out wrong and have a foul taste.

Always remember that weed-infused foods are much more potent than simply smoking a joint. Therefore, we recommend you to not a piece or two of the pot brownie and not more than that.

Lastly, before getting into the main steps of making weed brownies with stem, it is crucial to decarboxylate the stuff. Decrab-what? Never mind, explaining it to you in detail in the next segment.

Decarboxylation is a complicated way to explain a simple thing that the weed should be heated/cooked to perfectly activate its hallucinogenic effect.

​The Process of Decarboxylation:

Place the over tray in the center of the oven. Let the oven preheat for a while at 254 degrees Fahrenheit. Put your crushed weed on the parchment paper-backed baking tray. Then, keep the tray in your oven and set the timer for 30 to 40 minutes.

In a span of 10 minutes, remove your tray and give it a swirl to help the whole thing get heat evenly. Repeat this step for 30 to 40 minutes. After that, remove your tray and let the decarboxylated pot cool down for some time. That is how you decarboxylate the pot.

Now that you know everything you needed to know before making weed brownies with stem let’s dive into the ingredients and then the making process.

The first and foremost thing that one needs to make a pot brownie is Cannabutter or Cannabis-Infused Oil.

​Here’s how you can make Cannabutter:

​Things you will be needing for making Cannabutter:

  • ​7 to 10 Grams of Crushed Weed (along with stems)
  • ​1 Cup of Butter (Unsalted)
  • ​1 Cup Water

Firstly, decarboxylate the weed. And then, take a pan or a stockpot, pour 1 cup of water and 1 cup of unsalted butter in it. Keep the stove on a medium flame till the mixture comes to a boil.

Once it comes to a boil, decrease the heat to a low flame and let it cook for 3 hours. It is vital to keep at least an inch of water from the pan. Then, let it cool for about 30 minutes.

Strain the mix through a cheesecloth or a sieve placed under a huge bowl, press on the solids to extract butter from the weed. Later, discard the left-over weed.

Now, refrigerate the mixture until it solidifies, and then lift the solid butter and drain off the excess water.

Then, with a paper towel to pat dry the cannabis-infused butter. You can either use it immediately or cover it and freeze it.

Voila! The Cannabutter is now ready to use.

​A Quick Guide on How to Make Cannabis-Infused Oil:

​Things you will need for making Cannabis-Infused Oil:

  • ​1 cup Coconut Oil (or any oil of your choice)
  • ​1 cup Decarboxylated Pot
  • ​1 teaspoon Sunflower Lecithin

Take all the above mentioned ingredients into a pan, keep the flame low. Stir the mixture nicely every 30-40 minutes. Let the oil simmer for at least 10 hours.

Let the oil then cool down. Once the oil is cooled down, place a cheesecloth on some bowl or utensil and pour oil onto the cheesecloth.

Secure the cloth nicely, and then, by using your hand, squeeze out the oil.

The cannabis-infused oil is now ready.

​Let’s Hop On To Our Pot Brownie Recipe Now!

​Things you will need to make pot brownie:

  • ​1/4 cup (57 grams) Cannabutter or Cannabis-Infused Oil
  • ​3/4 cup (150 grams) Granulated Sugar
  • ​12 ounces (340 grams) Bittersweet chocolate (Coarsely Chopped)
  • ​1 cup (213 grams) Light Brown Sugar
  • ​1 teaspoon Granulated Sea Salt
  • ​4 Eggs
  • ​2 teaspoons Vanilla Extract
  • ​3/4 cup (90 grams) All-purpose Flour
  • ​1 stick (4 ounces/113 grams) Unsalted Butter

Keep the baking tray in the middle of your oven. Then, preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.

After that, subtly butter or spray the baking tray. Take a saucepan, let the butter melt and then add the Cannabutter into it, as well. Add the chocolate and mix until it has pretty much melted. Add the brown sugar, granulated sugar, and salt, and mix until thoroughly combined.

Remove from heat and let the mixture to cool down for a bit. The chocolate should dissolve from the heat.

In a huge bowl, whisk the eggs until frothy, then flutter in the vanilla extract.

Mix the warm chocolate blend into the eggs. If the chocolate is very hot, it will jumble your eggs; you should be able to touch the chocolate with your hand, and it should not make you feel uneasy.

Whisk the flour carefully into the egg mixture just until thoroughly combined, and no clumps of flour prevail. The batter will be thick and creamy.

Empty the batter into the baking tray. Heat for 20 to 25 minutes till the top simply begins to tear and is shining. Take off tray from the oven and cool it off on a wire rack prior to cutting.

We hope our recipe helps you in making mind-blowing pot brownies.

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