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How to Make Weed Gummies [Updated 2023]

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If you’re a lover of Cannabis and all things gummy bears, you might have been curious about how to make weed gummies.

Cannabis-infused gummies are one of the most popular products in dispensaries – and it’s no wonder why.

They’re easy to dose in small amounts, are discreet and convenient, and they’re fun to eat!

You’re more likely to be consistent about your dosage if those qualifications are met and consistent dosages lead to more consistent effects that you can modify throughout your healing journey with Cannabis.

Today, I’m going to walk you through one of my all-time favorite recipes. While weed gummies may seem silly, I’ve found them to be a hugely helpful tool throughout my journey in using Cannabis for chronic pain, anxiety, PTSD, and weight loss.

Benefits of Marijuana Gummies

You actually want to eat weed gummies.

Unlike tinctures, capsules, or oils, weed gummies are fun. They’re something you look forward to eating.

Here is one of the biggest benefits of using Cannabis gummies as medicine: they don’t feel like medicine.

And, if you’re on a healing journey that involves lots of supplements or medications, it’s awesome to have something that’s part of your routine that doesn’t feel like you have to take it. You’ll want to take it. You’ll enjoy it. And that’s its own medicine.

This doesn’t just work for Cannabis either. I noticed that I’m more likely to be consistent with taking just about any herb — as long as it’s in gummy form.

The recipe below makes the best-tasting Cannabis gummy I’ve made so far. You don’t have the taste of alcohol like you do when making weed gummies using tinctures, and the plant material is already removed, so the flavor is more mild.

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Weed Gummies are Much Healthier Than Most Edibles (When You Make Them at Home)

When we think of edibles, we typically think of chocolate bars, cookies, and -obviously- brownies.

When I set out to make healthier versions of all of these things, I could usually only get to “healthier.” Most of the recipes I made were still treats that wouldn’t derail me, but that I didn’t feel good about eating every day.

Weed gummies are the exception to this. When I looked at what was in the ones at dispensaries, I vowed never to eat one of those again — but I didn’t know if it would be possible to make a gummy that I’d feel good about eating, that would also taste good.

This weed gummy recipe hits the mark on both health and flavor. These gummies support your gut health, and if you use the tart cherry juice or concentrate, you’ll add anti-inflammatory and brain health benefits. They’re simple, with just a few ingredients, and I feel great taking these every day.

If you’re keto or on whole 30, you can skip the sweetener altogether or use monk fruit/stevia to taste.

Caution: Weed Gummies Can be Deceivingly Strong

Cannabis gummies are very versatile in terms of how strong you make them, especially when using concentrates (see recipe below for other options).

You can pack a lot of cannabinoids into a small package, which can be a benefit or a drawback depending on your tolerance, level of experience, and the cannabinoid ratio that works best for you.

Please don’t skip the dosage math, especially when using concentrates. If you have a bad experience, especially with edibles, you’re less likely to be consistent about dosage.

Unless you address the fears that you might overdo it again, you’re likely to skip a dose when you want to be “in control”, which is sometimes the best time to take some CBD or a microdose of a balanced ratio tincture.

If you’ve overdone it before and that’s keeping you from using Cannabis consistently as medicine, those fears can be addressed by acknowledging what happened without judgment and taking steps to have a better Cannabis experience (with the holy trifecta of ratio, dosage, and timing).

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How to Make Weed Gummies with THC

Making THC weed gummies is a very simple process, especially when using concentrates.

Choosing a concentrate to use is typically the most difficult part. When looking for a concentrate to ingest, make sure you ask questions, look at lab tests, and – if ever in doubt – contact the company (a Cannabis coach can help you do this).

A few months ago, I went into a dispensary to get concentrates for some suppositories. I asked all of my questions to the budtender and she helped me select some new products.

I had this weird feeling, so I contacted the company and found out that the budtender wasn’t very informed. The products were processed using BHO. When I asked for a residuals test, I found out that in the state of Colorado, you don’t have to test for residual BHO after you’ve passed a handful of times. Since these were for a chronically ill client, I wasn’t going to risk putting that in her body, so I got some bubble hash and used that instead.

Until we have better regulations and well-educated budtenders, never hesitate to reach out to the manufacturer to ask questions about their process and any chemicals used that may still be in the product.

Step 1: Do the Dosage Math

If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it 420 times. Do your dosage math first.

If you don’t already know how much your gummy molds hold, take a test run by filling them with water to find out the approximate total volume will be in your recipe. Then sign up for our free dosage calculator to find your desired strength and dosage.

Step 2: Decarboxylate if Necessary

Most concentrates aren’t decarboxylated. Funnily enough, that budtender from the story above told me that the concentrates I bought were pre-decarboxylated, and the company informed me that they were not. Again, unless you know for sure, contact the producer to find out so you don’t waste time and money on a batch that’s not activated.

This gummy recipe doesn’t get hot enough for long enough to decarboxylate the plant material, so if you don’t decarb, you’ll have THCa dominant gummies. THCa is awesome, but it doesn’t have the same noticeable effect as THC. Make sure to decarboxylate if you want that effect.

Step 3: Make the Gummies Using the Simple Recipe Below

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How to Make Weed Gummies with CBD

If you want to turn this recipe into a CBD gummy recipe, all you have to do is change the concentrate to one that is high in CBD. You can sometimes find them in dispensaries, and if you’re in the U.S., you can order CBD concentrates online.

I don’t like isolates (for many reasons…post to come), so when buying a CBD concentrate, I typically choose CBD kief, hash, or rosin.

This is also true if you want to use CBG or make a balanced ratio. Just use our free edibles dosage calculator and adjust based on the desired strength of your recipe.

Weed Gummies Recipe


1. In a small saucepan, combine the following ingredients:

  • 1 Cup organic juice (I love: blueberry, concord grape, and tart cherry. You can also use the tart cherry concentrate to pack in more flavor and notes).
  • 3 Tablespoons grass-fed gelatin* – shake this in a little at a time and allow it to “bloom”. This keeps your gummies from getting chunky.

2. Put a saucepan of juice and Gelatin mixture over medium-low heat. Once warm but not boiling, whisk in:

  • 1 Tablespoon lemon juice
  • 2 Tablespoons honey or maple syrup (optional – to taste)
  • 0.25-.5 grams Decarboxylated Bubble Hash, Rosin, or other Cannabis Concentrate (approximately 150-200mg THC)**

3. Keep whisking until smooth and all ingredients are incorporated. Turn off heat. Using a dropper, or by carefully pouring, fill your silicone mold with your gummy mixture (you could also use a pan lined with parchment paper if you don’t have a mold).

4. Cool for about 20 minutes in the fridge.

*Not into animal products? Here’s a vegan weed gummy recipe 😊

**If you don’t have concentrates, you can also use a tincture to infuse cannabinoids into your gummies. Check out this recipe for gummies made using tinctures.

Let us know if you made these in the comments below. We would love to hear how it goes!

With Love,


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Weed Gummies

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  • Small Saucepan
  • Whisk
  • Dropper (optional)
  • Silicone Mold or Baking Sheet Lined with Parchment Paper


  • 1 Cup Organic Juice (I love blueberry, concord grape, and tart cherry. You can also use the tart cherry concentrate to pack in more flavor and notes).
  • 3 Tbsp Grass-Fed Gelatin
  • 1 Tbsp Lemon Juice
  • 2 Tbsp Honey or Maple Syrup
  • 0.25-0.5 g Decarboxylated Bubble Hash, Rosin, or other Cannabis Concentrate


  • In a small saucepan, combine your organic juice and gelatin. Shake the gelatin in a little at a time and allow it to "bloom". This keeps your gummies from getting chunky.
  • Put the saucepan with the juice and gelatin mixture over medium-low heat.
  • Once warm but not boiling, whisk in the lemon juice, honey or maple syrup if using, and your Cannabis.
  • Keep whisking until smooth and all ingredients are incorporated. Turn off heat.
  • Using a dropper, or by carefully pouring, fill your silicone mold with the mixture. If you do not have a mold, you can also use a pan lined with parchment paper.
  • Cool for about 20 minutes in the fridge.


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.

16 thoughts on “How to Make Weed Gummies [Updated 2023]”

  1. I have tried gummies with MCT oil and they were great. They were not clear, but other than that I prefer MCT oil to tincture, the taste was so good. I really do not like the tincture and cannot get used to it. I would love to win the Ardent FX

  2. My gummie recipe provides very consistent gummies. I only use alcohol based tincture and make sure I render most of the alcohol out of the tincture before proceeding. 1 Oz of decarb to make the tincture (you need to calc out your dosing and can use less or more depending upon your objective) First, I make soft crack mixture using 1 cup of karo and 2 cup of sugar with 1/2 cup of water. Any sugar works, but I like using coconut sugar. bring the mixture up to soft crack temp (280 degrees F) and set aside (we will use 1/2 cup in the final gummy recipe which will leave you extra or double your batch). Then take 12 ounces of concentrated fruit juice (I like to use black cherry) – put it in a sauce pan and add 6 tbs. of plain gelatin. Let the gelatin bloom (about 10 min) then add your 1/2 cup of softcrack mixture. Heat this up to 140 degrees (should be nice and smooth). add 1/4 tsp of Potassium Sorbate and 1/2tsp of citric acid with 1 tsp of lecithin. Mix this all up – stirring constantly making sure your mixture is smooth. Add the tincture and continue stirring until you can no longer smell the alcohol. You are ready to fill your molds! I use a squeeze bottle, but be careful as this mixture is still pretty warm. Let them sit for 15 min and then put in the refridgerator for an hour. I then put them in the freezer for another 30 minutes – makes it easy to “pop” them out of the molds. (especially if you are making bears). Depending on how much tincture you use and how strong it is, you can dose up or dose down your mixture. After i’m done, i put them in tupperware and keep them in the fridge. They transport well and have that nice gummy texture.

  3. No expert, just suggesting. My yields depend on molds. For example, I have one mold that yields nine 1 tablespoon size servings. But the same recipe may yield 25 smaller gummies. Hope that makes sense. I’m cooking and tasting as I type! LOL Good luck, they’re delicious.😁

  4. Corrine has an MCT oil recipe on her website. I have made this recipe following her instructions (and also increased to 3 TBS MCT oil). I used the organic cherry juice and sweeten with honey.
    the potency works, but, I have not mastered the taste (still a bit tart).

    1. Hey Edward!

      Gummies usually last a while, especially in the fridge!
      THC will retain its efficacy up to six months, but how long you keep them stored in the fridge and decide to eat them is up to you 🙂

      I hope this helps!

      With love,
      Maddie (Team Wake + Bake)

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