CannaMints | CannaButtermints Recipe | Munchie Monday | Kush Kitchen

Hola Amigas!

This week I am making some buttermints. Buttermints are my favorite type of mint, but for some reason you can only find them at weddings and around Easter.

I decided to make my own, since I was getting tired of store bought edibles.

For this recipe you will need:

1 stick CannaButter

4 cups of Powdered Sugar

2 tps of Mint Extract

May need an additional 2-4 tbs of water to help it knead together.

Using a Stand Mixer

Place your butter and mint extract into dish and whip together. Slowly add sugar and allow to knead together. You may need to add a little extra of water, but it should look like a dough ball.

Manual Directions

Whisk the softened butter and extract together, slowly fold in sugar in a bowl. Once it is a crumbly texture you can place on counter top and begin kneading the dough together.

Once the dough is sticking together, split into 4 equal size portions. You can place the dough in a mold, or just roll and cut them. You can keep all sizes equal or make bigger and smaller mints depending on your dosing.

Allow the buttermints to sit out overnight to dry, or place in a dehydrator at 320F for 4 hours.

Enjoy!

What would you like to see next? Savory items? Maybe an actual meal? Please comment below with your suggestions!

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Authentically Yours,

Kelcie Kush

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Kelcie Kush

Colorado transplant who loves the magical herb cannabis. I write about living with Chronic Illness/Pain, Mental Healthcare, Recipes, DIYs, and multigenerational living. "Herb is the healing of the nation" -Bob Marley

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