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February 08, 2019
How To Make CBD-Infused Valentine’s Day Candies


A dozen chocolates in a heart-shaped box is a classic Valentine’s Day gift, sure, but with recreational cannabis legal and readily available in various states, why not shakes things up with a little DIY CBD candy? Your loved one is bound to appreciate a delicious treat that you made all by yourself, and the delight factor should obviously increase if said treat contains a little something to help chill out or put anxiety at ease.

Studies show that CBD can offer a variety of therapeutic benefits. It relieves stress and alleviates chronic pain. With easy-to-use tinctures available at your local MedMen marijuana dispensary, you can add some cannabis wellness to almost anything—yes, including candy. All you need to do is pretend you’re a contestant on Sweet Genius, summon the power of Duff Goldman, grab your MedMen CBD tincture, and get to work.

Cannabis-Infused Chocolates for Valentine's Day

This recipe will show you how to make heart-shaped candy. You can use either non-psychoactive CBD or THC if you’re aiming to whip up something more potent. The main tool you’ll need for infused candy-making success: a 24 cavity silicone candy mold, which you can buy from Amazon or at most craft stores. Depending on the mold, this recipe should yield about 6 to 7mg of CBD per candy.


1 cup sugar
½ cup light corn syrup
¼ cup water
1 tsp. strawberry extract (or flavor extract of your choice)
Red or pink food coloring
Flavorless CBD Tincture, like Select CBDor Papa and Barkley


24 piece heart-shaped candy mold
Candy thermometer


Spray molds lightly with cooking spray.

Combine sugar, corn syrup, and water in a medium saucepan over medium-high heat. Stir, allowing sugar to completely dissolve. Insert a candy thermometer into mixture. Once thermometer reaches 300 degrees, remove the pan from heat.

Add in and stir extract, 1 tsp. food coloring, and 2 tsp. CBD from the tincture.

Carefully pour into molds. Let cool until candies completely harden, about 20-30 minutes.

Remove candies from molds. Store candies in an airtight container in a cool, dry place. Enjoy!

Looking for another tasty treat? Try our cannabis chocolate recipe!

These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. Products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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