Cannabis-Infused Chocolate Cake (Cannabis Edible Recipe)

in WeedCash Network3 months ago

Chocolate cake. Photo by drawsandcooks
Chocolate cake with a side of strawberries

This recipe looks a little too rich and sweet for me but I will end up at least making it once just to try it since I have always seen good results with Canna School recipes. I like cannabis chocolates in smaller sizes, like bite size sizes, so I might make bake this into some tiny bite size cakes using my tiny muffin pan.

Ingredients List :

  • 2.5 Cups All-Purpose Flour
  • 2 Cups White Sugar
  • 1 Cup Cannabutter
  • 1 Cup Buttermilk
  • 1 Cup Boiling Water
  • 1/2 Cup Unsweetened Cocoa Powder
  • 2 Eggs
  • 2 Teaspoons Baking Soda
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Salt

Make it vegan by substituting the butter and eggs, as well as the buttermilk, but I am not sure what the vegan substitute is for buttermilk. I am sure there is one.

Small chocolate cakes and strawberries. Photo by RitaE
Small personal sized chocolate cake with berries

Get the recipe from the Canna School : https://www.thecannaschool.ca/how-to-make-cannabis-infused-chocolate-cake/

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Hehe. Generally, baking can be hard to make vegan just by simple substitution. If it's just one ingredient, that might be okay, depending on the recipe. Sometimes egg replacer works and sometimes it doesn't. Sometimes ground flax works and sometimes it doesn't. If a recipe calls for more than one dairy product, and/or relies heavily on those ingredients, replacement might not yield great results. Buttermilk, eggs, and butter... well at least there's no cheese! I'm not discouraging anyone from trying it (let me know how it goes) but I'm just saying for myself I would probably just search up a dedicated vegan recipe. Besides, I can't eat wheat either, so that would be ANOTHER substitution. Eventually, it's not going to be a fluffy, moist, delicious chocolate cake. It's going to be a cucumber pizza.

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Question, do you have anything in mind when it comes to vegan and gluten-free dessert recipes that could incorporate oil or margarine infused with shatter? I have some shatter I don't enjoy dabbing, a decent kitchen, and reasonable cooking skills. I'll keep an eye on your posts, but if you have anything that fits the bill perfectly, please let me know! Thank you :)

I'd take the shatter and slowly melt it into some heated oil and let it infuse on low heat while you stir well. Then use it as you would oil normally. I havent dont that but I'd think it would work. The shatter is already activated so you don't have to infuse for long. Long enough to get it to dissolve/blend in as best it can.

Yes, that works well, and it's what I've been doing. And I've been using the infused margarine to make shortbread cookies. But I'm wondering if you know of any even-better recipe ideas to use the infused margarine/oil? I guess it could go in just about anything, but you might know of something especially fitting. If not, I'll wing it and see what I come up with! Something deep-fried and smothered in chocolate, perhaps.

I forget if shatter is oil or water dissolvable.

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