Elevate your baking game with this far-out recipe for cannabis sugar, also known as canna sugar, THC sugar, or weed sugar.

Perfect for brownies, cookies, cocktails, and even your morning cup of joe, this versatile ingredient will help you create cosmic treats with ease.

And guess what, man?

Once you’ve mastered this groovy sugar, you’ll have a one-way ticket to exploring our other rad recipes and discovering some far-out products to make your cooking journey even more psychedelic!

Is It Hard to Make Cannabis Sugar?

Now, I know what you’re thinking: “How can I become a cosmic baker and create mind-blowing edibles?” Well, look no further, my friends!

This easy-peasy recipe for canna sugar will have you whipping up THC-infused treats like a pro, and it’s just the beginning.

Trust me, once you’ve got this down, you’ll want to check out all our other amazing recipes and affiliate products to elevate your kitchen skills to new heights.

What is Canna Sugar?

Canna sugar, also known as THC sugar or weed sugar, is a sweet concoction made by infusing granulated sugar with a cannabis tincture.

This delightful creation allows you to easily incorporate cannabis into your favorite recipes without changing the texture or consistency of your treats.

It’s a discreet and delicious way to enjoy the benefits of cannabis in your daily life.

Check Our Cannabis Salt Recipe

If you want another discrete recipe for cannabis. Check out our cannabis salt recipe. Pretty much the same game!

Is Weed Sugar a New Thing?

Did you know that the concept of infusing sugar with cannabis dates back centuries?

Ancient civilizations, like the Chinese and Egyptians, were known to use cannabis in various forms for medicinal purposes.

It’s believed that they may have infused sugar or honey with cannabis to make their remedies more palatable.

So, by making your own cannabis sugar, you’re not only becoming a cosmic baker but also continuing a long-standing tradition!

Safety Info and No Heat Cannabis Sugar

Before we dive into the recipe, let’s chat about safety, dudes and dudettes.

When working with high-grain alcohol, like the kind used in cannabis tinctures, it’s essential to keep a few things in mind:

  1. Make sure you’re in a well-ventilated area, as alcohol fumes can be potent.
  2. Keep your cannabis tincture and cannabis sugar away from open flames, as alcohol is highly flammable.
  3. Always label your infused products to prevent any accidental consumption by others, especially if you’ve got kiddos or curious pets in the house.

And here’s some groovy news: our cannabis sugar recipe is a no-heat method, which we believe is safer and more convenient.

By skipping the heating process, we avoid turning the sugar into a liquid and waiting for it to dry.

This also means we maintain the original texture of the sugar, making it perfect for all your cosmic recipes!

Now that we’ve got safety covered and embraced the no-heat approach, let’s get started on our journey to making some out-of-this-world cannabis sugar!

Infused Cannabis Sugar

Discover how to make cannabis sugar with our easy no-heat recipe! Perfect for brownies, cookies, cocktails, and more, this versatile ingredient elevates your edibles to cosmic heights.
Prep Time30 minutes
Resting – Stir often3 days
Total Time3 days 30 minutes
Course: Cannabis Sweetner
Keyword: Cannabis Sugar
Servings: 1 Cup

Equipment

  • 1 Serving Spoon or Spatula
  • 1 Small Baking Dish or Glass Storage We prefer glass sealable square storage containers. Size based on your needs if you edit recipe
  • 1 Cheesecloth
  • 1 Rubber Band To seal the cheesecloth
  • 1 Storage Container Either your glass storage container or a mason jar.

Ingredients

  • 1/2 Cup Cannabis Tincture
  • 1 Cup Sugar

Instructions

  • Add the sugar to a glass dish.
  • Pour the cannabis tincture over the sugar.
  • Stir well to combine.
  • Place the dish in a safe area for drying. Cover with a cheesecloth and secure it with a rubber band.
  • Allow the mixture to air dry for 48-72 hours, or until completely dry. Stir every few hours to promote even drying.
  • You'll know it's ready when it's completely dry and resembles traditional sugar.
  • Transfer the cannabis-infused sugar to an airtight container.
  • Enjoy in your favorite recipes!

Disclaimer: this information is not medical advice and is purely for entertainment and education purposes. In no way do we condone the use of cannabis or it’s bi-products without the consent of your medical professional as well as abiding by your state and country laws.

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