Welcome back to another Munchie Monday’s in my Kush Kitchen!
Guys, I used to hate making infused butter aka cannabutter. It was a long and smelly process but it’s necessary for any Kush Kitchen.
After some research and experimentation, I have found the best way to make you own cannabutter!
I am obsessed with my Instant Pot, like my immersion blender, it’s well loved and has become a staple in my kitchen. I’m sure any other pressure cooker would work just as well, but you may need to tweak the time or settings.
I knew I needed to make 2 sticks of cannabutter, with one stick containing 100mg of extract
200mg (mg I want in butter) / .7125 (Potency) = 280.701mg
280.701mg * 1000 = .281 g of wax needed. Further rounded to .28g of wax.
*** I used more cannabis CO2 oil in mine because future recipes require it. The butter amount remains the same.
Place your concentrate into a glass dish or canning jar. The instant pot comes with a wire rack for steaming, or use a different way elevate the dish. Place dish and fill the pot with water. The water level should rise midway up the container.
Close your pressure cooker and seal. Set to high pressure for 7 minutes, turn off warming feature.
When the instant pot finishes decarbing our concentrate, do an instant realize. You can cover the steam spout with a towel.
Place softened butter into your container. It will begin to melt and mix into our oil. Place the lid on with the valve set to seal. Place on high pressure for 15 minutes.
Once again do an instant release of pressure. Mix the butter to ensure even dispersion. Remove from instant pot, and blend for about 5 minutes while bowl cools down.
Place in fridge and let cool for 1-2 hours.
That’s it! Literally!
You can use this butter in cookies, brownies, to flavor your veggies! Use in a ‘baked’ potato, or mix with cinnamon for a cinnamon butter to pair with toast or biscuits.
Don’t use this to sear or fry food as that will cause the THC to degrade. This butter is meant to add flavor and should not be used if the temperature will go over 350F
How are you gonna use this recipe? What infused recipes would you like to see?