Easy cannabutter chocolate sauce recipe

Published Feb 20, 2019 01:58 p.m. ET

My favorite part about chocolate cannabutter recipes is that they tend to be more effective at masking the strong flavor that is often associated with edibles. Some love it. Others will cringe at the thought. So if you are looking for a recipe that will go over best in a crowd, pick this one. Something chocolate flavored is usually a good starting point when deciding on a recipe after all.

I give this sauce bonus points because it can be used on almost anything, is incredibly easy to make and of course most important. It’s delicious!

For this recipe you will need the following:

  • 2 cups of heavy cream

  • Five tablespoons of cannabutter (If you need to know how to make cannabutter you can find recipes here)

  • 300 grams of chocolate (dark or milk chocolate will work for this recipe)

  • 1 large saucepan/pot

  • spatula

  • one heat safe heat bowl

  • water

  • Step 1 - Fill a saucepan with water. You need just enough so when you place the bowl on top, it will not overflow. It is also essential to make sure the bowl does not touch the bottom of the saucepan to prevent burning. Bring water to a simmer.

    Step 2 - Place the heat safe bowl on top of your saucepan. Add cannabutter and cream while stirring. Continue to stir until completely melted.

    Step 3 - Once it has melted, add chocolate. Stir until all the chocolate has melted. At this point, there should be no lumps, and you should have an even colored mixture. Remove from burner. Best stored in a sealed heat-resistant container once cooled.

    Now you are ready to use it! So what should you do? This sauce can be used for everything from a dip for fruit to filling for your favorite donuts or cakes. It can also be a topping on your favorite ice cream. You could go the extra mile and whip it into a mousse! It can be thinned to your preference by adding a bit of extra cream or by heating. The options are limitless.

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