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Edibles Recipes: The Best Cannabis Gummy Recipe in 2023

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Welcome to the best cannabis gummy recipe in 2023! It’s the year of the weed gummy revolution, and I’m here for it.

I love THC gummies so much that I officially made them my new boyfriend of 2023 (hear more about how that happened this week in the Wake + Bake Podcast episode: Cannabis for Breakups?).

Unlike finding a boyfriend in your late 30’s, making edibles recipes has never been easier (zing!).

This cannabis gummy recipe has been one of our most popular edibles recipes for over 6 years, so it has stood the test of time (unlike the boyfriends you meet in your late 30’s… buh dum chhhh… okay, I’ll stop now).

Before we get started, let’s take a look at what you need to make sure your cannabis gummy recipe comes out perfectly delicious every time.

Cannabis Gummy Recipe – the Most Shared Wake + Bake Recipe on Pinterest!

pinterest cannabis gummies recipe

If you didn’t already know, I love Pinterest (If you love Pinterest, follow Wake + Bake here).

And the people of Pinterest love this cannabis gummy recipe. They’ve been pinned tens of thousands of times since 2017 and it’s no wonder why.

Cannabis gummies are the best.

This cannabis gummy recipe is perfect for cannabis enthusiasts who want to enjoy the benefits of cannabis without having to smoke or vape.

All you need are a cannabis tincture (you can also use cannabis coconut oil or cannabutter) fruit of your choice and gelatin.

This is a whole food gummy that is paleo and keto friendly. It’s made with whole fruit and no artificial ingredients. On the downside, they aren’t shelf stable and need to be refrigerated. Mine lasted for about two weeks.

If you’re looking for a gummy made with fruit juice that lasts a little longer check out this post: How To Make Weed Gummies.

You can customize this cannabis gummy recipe by adding any type of cannabis concentrate such as FECO, rosin, bubble hash, or organic full spectrum CBD oil.

If you want to make cannabis gummies with a higher potency, you can use cannabis  concentrates in place of the cannabis tincture (see the section on concentrates below).

Buying THC Gummies Online

If you don’t have the time, don’t want to deal with the mess, or just want relief without all of the work, you can now buy hemp-derived THC gummies online.

As of the time of this writing, you can buy THC gummies online in the US if they are:

  • made from hemp
  • are farm bill compliant
  • have 0.3% THC content
  • are third party tested

The problem with most THC gummies is that they are made with artificial ingredients and dyes which can be unhealthy in the long run, not what you want from your medicine.

If you want to buy weed gummies online, make sure they meet the criteria above. This THC gummy meets those criteria and then some (it’s also made using organic ingredients and is enhanced full spectrum) and is the one I eat every day.

hemp thc gummies online

You can learn more about how hemp-derived THC is made in the Wake + Bake Podcast episode: Is Hemp-Derived THC Bullsh*t?

If you don’t want to buy a gummy online and you’re looking for edibles recipes to save money and control ingredients, there are tons of great cannabis edibles recipes available now, especially for cannabis gummies.

Here are two other reader-loved weed gummy recipes from the blog:

Vegan Weed Gummy Recipe

How to Make Weed Gummies (this one is made with juice and not whole fruit like the recipe below)

Benefits of Cannabis Gummies

Cannabis gummies offer several benefits. If you’ve never tried a weed gummy recipe before – or you’ve never tried a THC gummy – let’s talk about how cannabis gummies can be different than smoking, vaping and other edibles recipes.

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Cannabis Gummies (and all edibles recipes) last longer and are more potent

For most people, cannabis edibles are much more potent than cannabis smoked or vaped. This makes cannabis gummies ideal for cannabis patients who need a sustained release of cannabis over time.

Cannabis gummy bears are discreet and easy to transport

If you’re looking for something on the go, cannabis gummies can ride along in your pocket anywhere you want to go.

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This weed gummy recipe is great for microdosing

If you are sensitive to THC, or if you prefer microdosing cannabis, making a weed gummy recipe could be a game changer. Making low-dosed edibles like gummies can be a great way to figure out the perfect dosage.

I was inspired to micro-dose these cannabis gummy bears because of this really good point made by Joe Rogan:

Joe Rogan: “How much should I eat of this pot gummy?”

Budtender: “JUST THE LEG!”

While it’s funny, Mr. Rogan’s commentary rings so true.

As a cannabis educator who writes about edibles, I hear so many stories about people getting feel-like-I’m-gonna-die high from one pot brownie recipe.

I also hear from people who avoid edibles entirely because they never know what the effects will be. They tell me they hate the feeling of couch lock, paranoia, and/or brain fog.

While a high dose of THC is what some people need in order to alleviate their symptoms enough to feel good or as a doctor recommendation, many people have found better results using cannabis using much less than they think they need to.

There’s science behind why small amounts of THC may work better for many people, especially those who haven’t been consuming THC for years – and who haven’t yet built up a tolerance.

I try to make this weed gummy recipe land at about 1-2mg each of THC and CBD.

You can find out more about microdosing, ratios and dosage in this post.

But you can also make very this THC gummy recipe very strong

On the flip side, by using cannabis concentrates or heavily infused cannabis tinctures, you can make this THC gummy recipe very strong.

best thc gummy recipe

Because concentrates and tinctures can be packed with cannabinoids, even small amounts can contain 10, 50, or even 100+mg of THC.

For example, if your concentrate is 80% THC, that means it contains 800mg of THC in one gram. If you spread that out over this weed gummy recipe and it yields 80 gummies, each gummy will be 10mg of THC.

Depending on how big your gummy is, and what kind of concentrate you use, you can make this weed gummy recipe contain 5-50mg THC per gummy.

How to make weed gummies with tinctures

Cannabis tinctures are extremely versatile and convenient cannabis products. They’re made by soaking cannabis in a high-proof alcohol, like grain alcohol or vodka, for a few weeks.

The cannabis can then be strained out of the alcohol and the cannabis liquid that remains is your cannabis tincture.

The beauty of cannabis tinctures is that you can use them in a variety of recipes, from cannabis candy recipes to cannabis cocktail recipes.

cannabis gummy bear recipe

When you’re learning how to make weed gummies with cannabis tincture, all you need to do is mix the cannabis tincture into your gelatin mixture before adding it to the molds.

I’ve also dosed them individually by mixing in a few drops in each one and stirring with a toothpick. This is a slow process, but can be done if you want to make one batch of cannabis gummies with different dosages.

How to make weed gummies with cannabis concentrates

Using cannabis concentrates to make cannabis gummies is a great way to get strong cannabis edibles without having to use cannabis tinctures or cannabis oil.

All you need are some cannabis concentrates, like rosin, FECO or bubble hash and your favorite kind of gelatin. Most concentrates need to be decarboxylated prior to being used in edibles.

If you want to make CBD gummies, you can also use CBD kief (which is a hash made from sifting the trichomes from the plant). I love the flavor and versatility of using CBD kief in recipes.

See the cannabis gummy recipe card below for tips on how to use cannabis concentrates in edibles recipes.

How to make weed gummies with oil or canna butter

If you want cannabis gummies with cannabis oil or cannabis-infused butter, it is possible. Using cannabis coconut oil or cannabutter will result in a different flavor and texture, but it’s possible.

All you need to do is mix it into your heated gelatin mixture before adding it to the weed gummy molds.

cannabis gummy bear recipe mold

You can easily make this recipe with an organic full spectrum CBD tincture as well. Using a tested premade CBD or THC oil make this cannabis gummy recipe very easy to dose.

Do you need to add lecithin to this weed gummies recipe

Yes and no.

Adding lecithin to cannabis gummies helps the cannabis oil or cannabis tincture bind with the gelatin better, resulting in a stronger weed gummy bear that won’t fall apart easily. Lecithin in edibles can also potentially help with the bioavailability of cannabinoids.

However, it’s not necessary for this cannabis gummy recipe and you can definitely make this weed gummy recipe without lecithin.

I’ve made this weed gummy bear recipe with and without lecithin, and both versions have turned out great!

How to Make Weed Gummies

In a saucepan, combine the following ingredients over medium-low heat:

2/3 Cup Pureed Raspberries, Blackberries, Strawberries or Blueberries (if using frozen berries, let them thaw first) [If you have juice and you’d rather use that than the pureed berries, go for it! Just increase the Gelatin by about 1/2 Tablespoon]

1/3 Cup Water

1 Tablespoon Lemon Juice

2 Tablespoons Honey (or maple syrup or other sweetener)


2-3 tsp Cannabis Tincture (depending on dosage)

Slowly whisk in:

3 Tablespoons Grass Fed Gelatin

Keep whisking until smooth and all ingredients are incorporated. Turn off heat. Using a dropper, fill your silicon mold with your gummy mixture (you could also a pan lined with parchment paper if you’re in a pinch).

Allow to cool for about 15-30 minutes in the fridge.

Cannabis Gummy Recipe

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Cannabis Gummy Recipe

This weed gummy recipe is the most shared Wake + Bake recipe on Pinterest. It’s no wonder why. It’s a fast and healthy edible recipe, perfect for beginners and experienced bakers who love gummy edibles. 
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Course: Snack
Cuisine: American
Keyword: cannabis gummy, thc gummy recipe, weed gummy
Prep Time: 30 minutes
Cook Time: 15 minutes
Total Time: 45 minutes



  • 2/3 Cup Pureed Raspberries, Blackberries, Strawberries or Blueberries if using frozen berries, let them thaw first, rinse and drain
  • 1/3 Cup Water
  • 1 Tbsp Lemon Juice
  • 2 Tbsp Honey or maple syrup, or sweetener of your choice - to taste
  • 2-3 Tbsp Cannabis Tincture depending on desired dosage. You can also use concentrates, infused coconut oil, or full spectrum CBD oil
  • 3 Tbsp Grass Fed Geletin


  • In a saucepan over medium-low heat combine berries, water, lemon juice, and honey (or other liquid sweetener to taste)
  • Add tincture, concentrates, infused coconut oil, or full spectrum CBD oil and whisk to combine
  • Slowly whisk in grass fed gelatin
  • Keep whisking until smooth and all ingredients are combined. Turn off heat.
  • Using a dropper, fill your silicon mold with your gummy mixture (you could also a pan lined with parchment paper if you're in a pinch).
  • Allow to cool for about 15-30 minutes in the fridge or a few hours at room temperature.
  • Store in a sealed container in the fridge for up to two weeks.


Decarboxylating THC and CBD: In order to activate your plant material, you'll want to put your plant material or concentrates through the process of decarboxylation before infusing them in alcohol or oil. I use an Ardent Decarboxylator to decarboxylate everything from cannabis flower to concentrates. You can also make cannabis coconut oil and cannabutter right in the device if you want to make this weed gummy recipe using cannabis oil or butter. 
Make a non-infused batch first: I recommend you make one *non-infused* test batch of cannabis gummies before trying with thc or CBD to ensure you like how it turns out. 
Storage: This recipe is perishable, so only make what you can eat and share in about a week. You can also add preservatives, and anti-mold agents, but for health reasons I avoid additives.
Dosing your edibles: Always use the edibles dosage calculator before you step in the kitchen to calculate the dosage of your edibles. It will keep you from having a batch that is too strong or too weak and you'll have a better idea of what to expect from your cannabis gummies.

Much love,



Corinne Tobias

My name is Corinne Tobias and I’m the creator of this site that is all about cannabis and health (and having a good time combining those things!). Since 2013, I’ve helped millions of people on their cannabis journey and have been featured in publications like High Times, Merry Jane, Jezelbel, Westword, and Vice.

144 thoughts on “Edibles Recipes: The Best Cannabis Gummy Recipe in 2023”

      1. Hi Corinne,
        Great info! Thank you!!
        I am making gummies with a an Everclear tincture but I want to add Soy Lecithin too but I don’t know how much to use and at what point in the recipe… using 1 oz weed. Any suggestions PLEASE???
        Thank you,

    1. Thank you so much for this. I love these gummies. I made a batch of the jello gummies and these, and my partner and I both loved these gummies the best

  1. Thanks for sharing all these great recipes. I have done hard candies and love those so am looking forward to trying these. I tend to lean towards concentrated cannibus oil for cooking as the compassion center where I get my medicine from recommends that for cooking. Have you cooked with that before and what are you thoughts (pros/cons) on it?

  2. Thank you sooo much! This is amazing. It is exactly what I was looking for to create my micro-dose gummies. I am interested in creating a more calculated dosing method to make this drug more easily accessible to the public! I think your blog is amazing and can help a lot of people. Thanks again!

  3. Have you tried a version with either a vegetable glycerine tincture or infused MCT coconut oil made in the MagicalButter machine? I’m curious how the potency of the gummies would compare to using an alcohol tincture.

    1. I haven’t yet but it’s on my to do now 😉 I wonder if the MCT oil would change the consistency of the gummies… Let me know if you get to either of these first and tell me how it goes.

      Thanks for reaching out!

      Much love,

      1. I’ve been using the CO for gummies for a few months now and what I can tell you is, they do melt quickly and if left at room temperature for more than 3 days will mold. Also whisk the crap out of it to incorporate or else it will seperate in the fridge.

      2. Hi, I just made some gummies for the first time and I used cannabis infused mct oil in them and they don’t seem to have separated at all in the fridge. I did use 1/2 teaspoon of lecithin in the mix and 2 tablespoons of the oil and used my straight mixer to blend while still on the heat to make sure it was incorporated evenly. I’ve had 3 over the last 7 hours and have a really nice buzz.

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  5. You seem very inspirational and motivating. Thank you so much for this easy step by step process. Was wondering if i can infuse the honey and coconut oil before? Knowing that the water will want to keep seperate from the oil. Will be testing this As Soon As i get some molds. Sounds very delicious. Thank you so much.

  6. This is exactly what I’ve been looking for! I have a gram of decarbed concentrate in a syringe, could I replace the tincture with the whole gram?

    1. I tried this recipe about a week ago and it was awesome! Instead of tincture, we had a gram of THC distillate that we used. It was pretty good, but the oil kept trying to separate from the rest of it. So the consistency of the dosage throughout the batch seems to vary

  7. Hey Corinne!
    Just was curios how much this recipe would make? Just ordered gummy bear molds! Thank you!! I am so happy I stumbled apon your website!

    1. 4 stars
      i made a not so microdosed version of the gummies with a homemade infused coconut oil and they came out delicious ! for my jelling agent i used 3 knoxx packets ( i did a double batch ) the only thing was even tho everything seemed combined in the saucepan there was a few clumps of gelatin that didn’t fully bloom. if i let the jelling agent to fully bloom in the 1/3 cup water before i combine everything in the sauce will resolve this problem for my next batch? or does the gelling agent need to be added the low medium heat ?

  8. Using the Mb2 i made a vg tincture with 2 ounces of flower yielding about 1 1/2 cups. Would i be able to use that tincture for this recipe? and would adding soy lecithin help in increasing the effects?

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  10. I’ve never used cannabis, but I stumbled across this recipe trying to find a gummy recipe. So good! This is my new favorite gummy recipe! We are adding my echinacea/elderberry tincture to it to help kick a cold. This is the only way my toddler will take her tincture, it’s pretty strong tasting. This recipe covers it perfectly. I have a double batch on the stove right now. We use grape juice.

  11. Great recipe…can’t wait to try it! Just wondering what the THC percentage is of your marijuana before decarboxylation? Thanks:)

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  13. GREAT information! I have been experimenting with different candies and trying to get the “right” gummy bear consistency. The question I have is : How do you store gummies?
    I tried to store them in the refrigerator in a sealed plastic container…Well all the sudden I noticed a liquid on the bottom of the container, like they were melting or something. I got them out and laid them on a paper towel to dry, but now I have hard rubber band texture gummies. I am not about to throw them away because I dont want to waste them, however they are NASTY! I don’t eat them very fast so I need to find a way to store them for longer lasting. What is your advise?

  14. I just purchased the Ardent Lift using you discount. Thanks for that! I can’t wait to use it. Next on my list is the Magical Butter Machine. I am going to make these!

      1. real hashish is already decarbed, as it is heated repeatedly in the process of making it. remember assassin transliterated into english means hash eaters. and it had to be activated to eat it and get the benefits. Now kief is another matter and would need to be decarbed.

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  18. A lot of people are wondering if you can use canna coconut oil which is what I used and it did seperate in the fridge but it was still so good…I live in a state where it is illegal so I have to make my own and I just started using the Mighty Fast diffuser, I’m guessing it’s similar to the magic butter machine…I’m going to try using vegetable glycerin next time because I would for it not to seperate when I put it in the fridge…I would post a picture if I could…but they taste great, they aren’t super strong so I’m going to use more herb next time for my oil.

  19. Citrus is a possible migraine trigger. Do you know what would happen if I left out the 1T of lemon juice? Thoughts on a substitution? Thanks

  20. Hi Corinne,

    Am I ok to substitute Cannabis Tincture with a cannabis oil extract ? I’m not sure the difference between the two. The carrier oil is a coconut oil.

    I purchased this oil extract from Tilray. “Our Hybrid Drops are an oil extract suitable for oral ingestion and/or for use in food products. Drops come in a 25 mL bottle, and include a 1 mL dropper to assist with dosing

    Each mL contains approximately 15.0 mg total THC & 0.0 mg total CBD. Each bottle contains approximately 375.0 mg total THC & 0.0 mg total CBD – THC & CBD levels vary by lot

    For the purposes of calculating monthly allotment only, each Drops bottle is equivalent to 7 grams of whole flower (Equivalency: 3.6mL = 1g dried cannabis)”

    Also, if I am able to use the oil extract and follow the rest of your recipe, how many ml do you suggest adding?


  21. Additional to my previous comment, pretty sure I figured out the math if I am able to use the cannabis oil extract. I think if I wanted 5mg thc in each gummy, I would use 16.32ml for the mixture and if I wanted 10mg in each gummy, I would use 32.16ml?

  22. Thank you for all of the great information and recipes! Im wondering can you use regular gelatin, like jello gelatin?

  23. If Im using a (very strong) VG tincture, should I still add sweetner or should the sugar from the berry puree combined with the sweetness in the VG tincture be enough?

  24. I’d like to add a comment as a runner who has suddenly developed IBS-like symptoms and who is getting treatment, but still has a marathon coming up. Sadly, they don’t condone a “weed break” on marathons so I’ve been trying to figure out the best way to handle dosing. I do actually sometimes run with a joint when I’m having a bad day and I need to get my run on. One of the benefits of micro-dosing, I am finding, is that I can run and not “run” if you catch my drift, and I think you do. It’s not a matter of wanting to get an artificial runner’s high but wanting to keep my digestive system at a steady state, which I can.

    I live with chronic daily migraine and discovered the magic of cannabis for treating that and thus for treating this awesome new development 😉 because of that. Running has always been my go-to treatment for the head pain and my mental health treatment too, so when I started developing this digestive situation which is so much more than “Dang, I have a tummy ache” but resulted in an almost 20 pound weight loss in 3 months (I look great, but feel horrible), and included inability to absorb nutrients, and not being able to run I finally decided I needed to take back my life. I am working with doctors, but also been working on my own “gels” or gummies to fuel my runs. I think I’m going to do with some ginger, turmeric, and pepper base because they are anti-inflammatory and follow your recipe for the amounts! Thanks!

      1. I am super impressed you can keep up your running despite chronic migraine. It’s a trigger for me. I haven’t found a way to use cannabis yet to manage my chronic daily migraine. Any tips? Are we allowed to share that here? (I also have IBS.)

    1. I make gummies with jello, juice, honey, water, coconut oil (infused of course) giggle…they are soooo delish! I store them in freezer and they last forever! Well…I guess they would if I didn’t eat them-lol

        1. Hi there! I use infused coconut oil in my gummy recipe, but it probably isnt Paleo.
          1 packet of jello
          4 1/2 packets unflavored gelatin, such as knox or something similar
          1 cup of very cold water
          1/4 cup infused coconut oil (made with sunflower lecithin)
          1/4-1/2 tsp lorann flavoring extracts/oil
          1/4-1/2 tsp loranns mold inhibitor

          The sunflower lecithin helps to get everything all mixed in without separating, its an emulsifier. Soy Lecithin can be used but its a common allergen and can cause stomach upset in large doses for some people. It helps the oil to absorb and spread out, but it also helps to get the affects of the medicine faster. I also let them ‘dry out’ for a few days on a baking sheet.

  25. I made these with fresh organic ginger made into a simple syrup with organic sugar. I didn’t add other sweetener and no lemon juice. My goal was a fuel to run with (as stated above). I haven’t tested them running, but they turned out gorgeous and taste amazing.

    I will be testing them tomorrow on a run to see how they go!

  26. I am new at this and using the calculator it came up with 14 tsp. of tincture to create 10.5 mg per gummy. Your recipe says 2-3 tsp. I want something that helps me sleep and works with physical pain and want to use product I grow. I am doing the green dragon tincture. Does anyone else have experience and know if more tsps. are necessary?

  27. What kind of tincture did you use? mine is the green dragon tincture made with everclear. Can i use this tincture? If so how is it used?

  28. i have tried to make these can you please help me my ones keep turning out like jelly not like sweets more like jelly an ice cream if you get me haha can you please tell me where i am going wrong

  29. Has anyone experimented making this with canna coconut oil instead of tincture? I’ve never made tincture before but will be making the canna coconut oil today

  30. So I made a green dragon tincture as well as Honey infusion (both made with trim).. I plan to use both in this recipe. My question is how strong are your gummies? Using the dosage calculator (with plant material set at 15% thc) the tincture is atound 37mg thc per teaspoon and the honey is 34mg thc per teaspoon. When I calculate the recipe for gummies im at 3.2mg thc per serving (honey) & 3.5mg thc per serving (tincture) if i add that up im at 6.7mg thc per gummy. Does that sound accurate? Can I add more of either to make a stronger gummy without affecting the overall outcome of the gummies?
    Also my tincture has been steeping for two weeks and it’s not nearly as dark as yours. Mine looks lime green when i suck it into a dropper. So I haven’t strained it yet in order to hopefully keep getting stronger. Does it matter that I used trim? Will it get to that deep green color at some point?
    Sorry for the abundance of questions but I wanna get this right!

    1. How did yours turn out? I’ve been trying to figure out dosage myself. I don’t want to micro dose I just want a regular recreational dose, but I’m having a really hard time tracking down that kind of info. Specifically how many tsp I should use.

  31. I followed the recipe and the gummies never firmed up. What did I do wrong. We tried several times but each time they were too “wet”

  32. I used this recipe today for the first time, and substituted infused coconut oil…It worked out perfectly! I used the same amount of coconut oil as tincture. I made two batches, one using fruit juice (Cherry) and the other using brewed tea (Sport Tea). Both batches came out without any separation, I think the key here is letting the gelatine “bloom”. I actually made an error and only used 3tbsp instead of the suggested 3.5 for juice….still turned out great…not sure what I would lose or gain with the additional .5 of gelatine.

    1. I made canna gummies with everclear tincture and no sugar jello rcipe firmed up nicely I put them in the freezer to store and when i checked them oh 24 hrs later there were ice crystals in the bags (150) gummies I let them dry on a towel and they dehydrated to 1/10 their size and dried up I took two of the tiny litlle suckers and was wasted all day what I am guessing is that the everclear and water evaporated and left the thc in the gummies my main concern is long term storage i think i will try a vacuum seal next time

      1. Hi Mikey, Have you tried storing your gummies in a vacuum seal yet? I like to know if they keep their shape and don’t just smush all together. Thanks in advance Magrock

  33. I was thinking of putting one drop of tincture in each gummy bear while they are in the mold…that way I would know how much is in each one

  34. Do you have a vegan cannabis coconut oil gummy bear recipe?
    i have been trying to incorporate the oil but it just doesnt seem to bind, any ideas?

    1. Unfortunately Oil and Agar Agar aren’t friends 🙁 You can try using tinctures, evaporated tinctures or concentrates to make gummies instead 🙂

      Much love,

  35. This was so informative. I’m very new to this but suffer from chronic nerve pain and I want to get completely away from the smoking aspect. Can I make a tincture using the magical baking box? Just the box for now since it’s pretty cheap, I was hoping this would work while I figure things out just wondering if a tincture was possible in it and how? Thanks for anything! Great site.

  36. Hi Corrine! With your recipe and the modern gummy bear molds , how many trays will this fill? How many milligrams of THC will be in each bear? Thanks!

  37. How long do you leave it on the heat? It doesn’t say whether to bring it to a boil, oo how to determine when it’s ready to put into the molds.

    1. Heat for about 15 20 minutes on a double boiler at full boil, i have had 0 problems like this. Another tip for gummy candy is to whisk until the gelatin will no longer seperate or rest from the solution. You will get a better feel each time you make some.

  38. Hi Corinne, I am also new to this. I recently purchased the nova through your website and was happy with the ease of the process. I am currently infusing coconut oil using your recipe, however, my slow cooker only has two settings, high and low. After 4 hours on low, I checked the temp of the mix and it was 250f. Yikes, Much hotter than you recommend. I unplugged it and am letting it cool. Should I have left the cover off? I know I should purchase the magic butter machine but I’m a retired lady who is on a budget. Maybe in the future though. Did I ruin my good buds>

  39. Hi! Did you use the magical butter machine for your tincture? Did you use their tincture recipe or did you use the concentrate oil? As im, the 2-3 tsp is the tincture or oil concentrate?

  40. Hey Corrine, I was recently diagnosed with Candida 🙁 I read that you have made anti inflammatory and gut healing gummies so I would love the recipe if you can!!!! I’m bummed I’m having to completey change my eating habits, esp bc I have a sweet tooth so that would be a cool way to still indulge my cravings while also dosing. Thank you so much!!!!

  41. Hi and thank you. I’m an older woman who smoked pot back in college in the 70’s but quit when life got busier with work and kids. Two years ago when it became legal, I decided I’d give growing a try. Why not? I of course grew more than my husband and I as well as friends etc could smoke so I’ve followed many or your recipes. Love the coconut oil butter, mix it with bittersweet chocolate for a delicious treat. I didn’t have as much success with gummies. I never thought about the fact that they would get moldy if not consumed rather quickly. I threw out a large bag yesterday so personally, I’ll stick with the chocolate which I keep in the freezer. Thanks for all of your knowledge!

  42. I went theought the comments trying to find out how many gummies the recipe makes and couldnt find it. Here is my results:
    1 recipe makes 205 gummies if you use the amazon bear molds (53 on a sheet 5 sheets in a box comes with the eyedroper for each)
    I like that gummy size (1cm x 2cm) as it makes about a 1mg THC gummy for the weed I used.

  43. Hey Corinne,
    I found you AFTER I tried the coconut oil version. All those people must be full of BS because we all learned in grade school that OIL does NOT mix with WATER (or juice). I’m pretty scientific and a decent cook. I don’t recommend that other method, but after reading just a bit on your site, I’m pretty sure that an alcohol based tincture will work so much better. I’ll let you know…
    Dave in PA

  44. I’m wondering if you have any guidance on dosage. I’m interested in making gummies for recreational use not micro dosing, but I’m having a really hard time finding anything about how many tsp I should use to get a certain number of mg per gummy. I realize that it depends on the product you start with the make the tincture, but even a ballpark would be helpful.

    1. Hi Sarah, I just made some today for the first time and I used 2 Tablespoons of my MCT Oil that had been soaking with buds after having been decarbed then heated for 18 hours at 170 degrees. I strain some out as needed to use. I think these are a good dose for me anyway. Not sure of what the dose is because this is from cannabis my husband grew last summer and we don’t have the money to get it’s strength tested. So try 2 Tablespoons on your first batch if not strong enough try 3 in your second batch and see if that’s what you are looking for. I had 1 this afternoon when they were set and then after dinner I was putting them in a baggie and decided to have another one and then around 10 I got another one, I have an awesome buzz right now it’s 11:45. Good health and good luck.

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  46. Storage ? Anybody have a good that worked??? Otherwise I am going to vac pack them into mason jars, like everything else cannibis I make…anybody have another suggestion??? Thank You 🙂

  47. Hello Corinne!

    Awesome recipe! Before I attempt making gummy anything – do you use oil based tincture or alcohol based tincture? Thanks so much for all the love you bring to the world!

  48. Hello

    I use soy lecithin soaked in fruit juice in a weed infused coconut oil gummy recipe. The lecithin stops the oil/juice separation when the gummies set. Without lecithin there are 2 distinct layers in each gummy.
    I also use my infused strained weed leftovers from infused oil making in cookies/brownie/muffin recipes.
    The infused weed/oil mixture is placed into a kitchen sieve and left to drain. I don’t try and squeeze every drop of oil out. 1 cup of oil to start, 3/4 cup infused oil is what is usually strained off, with very few solids. I use an Ardent to infuse 1 cup coconut oil with 1 oz of my homegrown.
    I base all my dosing on15% THC. With your calculator and my guessing, my gummies seem to average 50 mg THC per each. I’m basing that on the effects of 50 mg candies purchased from a retailer. The effects of my homemade ones are very similar to store bought 50 mg candies. I use the mj leaf molds purchased from Amazon.
    I’ll make a recipe only post.

  49. My gummies aren’t setting – is there something I did wrong? I used mango nectar and Agar Agar powder. I also used about a tsp of coconut oil with the rosin. They are just applesauce consistency….

  50. Geez Mike it’s been almost 4 years…Have you tried making them with canna coconut oil yet? I’m trying today!

  51. The biggest key to edibles is the decarboxylation of your weed first! You won’t activate the THC enough without it and waste your bud! Then I infused the coconut oil and made the gummies last night. I used an 1/8 of Rainbow trainwreck. Based on an infusion of 81% for coconut oil ( just google oil infusion for THC ) I got about 3 grams THC per small gummy with the molds I got on Amazon. They are awesome, nice mellow buzz and very relaxing and happy feeling. I am goin got try olive oil next time as it has a higher percentage of THC infusion.I am decarbing using the Ardent Lift Decarboxylator. I have only had it for 3 days and I am an edible making Machine! Making butter now and some Snickerdoodles with Jack Herer Strain are for dinner ?

  52. Forgot to mention, with the small Bear ? size molds I bought. I got about 180 gummies. Way cheaper and more potent than store bought! That was with 1/8 medical cannabis and it had the mg of THC on the label. I am trying to stop smoking and only do edibles. So far so good ?

  53. I’ve made gummies with nectar before and had the same problem. I think I had to double the amount of gelling agent; something is messing with the setting process. You also might need to boil the nectar to break down enzymes (I know pineapple juice/nectar must be boiled first in order to set).

  54. I had your infused honey on hand so that’s what I used for the honey in your gummy bear recipe (in place of the tincture) they are delicious and a good way to micro dose.

    1. Hi Bill!
      Maddie here (Corinne’s assistant)
      In this post, Corinne says that this recipe will probably fill two of the larger molds, and those have 63 cavities in each. I’m not sure how much this would fill a 50 cavity mold.

      If you’re wanting to find out potency, just make sure to use the dosage calculator and plug in the amount of servings you’ll have. You can do that HERE

      -Maddie (Team Wake + Bake)

  55. what is that hotplate or saute pan I see in the photo with the Magical Butter machine? I don’t see that device for sale anywhere?

  56. Render down your everclear tincture as far as you can. (do not do this over an open flame – VERY dangerous). Create your no-sugar jello recipe – or use 4 Tbs of gelatin with 1 cup juice concentrate (i use tart cherry or black cherry). Once your gelatin blossoms, heat it up to 140-160 degrees F. When it is smooth consistency – add your tincture. Continue at that heat until the alcohol smell is almost gone. (constantly mixing). Once the alcohol smell is gone – turn off the heat and decant the mixture into your molds. I create a soft crack mixture of 1 cup karo and 1 cup coconut sugar which adds to the “gummy” consistency and sweetens them up. I’m making CBG, CBD and THC gummies for all my friends. Using alcohol tincture works the best for me as you can accurately define your dosage and either dose up or microdose.

  57. tincture is really easy. Decarb your flower (CBD, CBG, THC) and then put it in the freezer overnight. An ounce fits well in a 16 oz mason jar. Let it cool for 24 hours and then cover your decarb’d flower with 195 proof or higher alcohol (everclear or you can get Kosher alcohol online pretty cost effectively) Make sure your alcohol has been in the freezer also. Let them sit for 24+ hours then strain the alcohol through a coffee filter. You should get a green or golden liquid that will make awesome gummies. Make sure you check your dosing.

  58. Great recipe, when boiling the mixture do you have to get up to a certain temp like with hard candies? Or just a steady boil? Thanks a bunch for all the great content.

  59. How did you get on with infused coconut oil? One problem I see that I can’t get my head around is, how do you get the water and oil to emulsify? Do you skip the water part and add the gelatine to the oil or what did you do? I feel lost 🤣

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