In this video, we are going to show you how to make weed gummies. We start with flower that we smash on our NugSmasher X with NugSmasher X 120 micron bags. We took our rosin, decarbed it using our NugSmasher Rosin Pot & Decarb Capsule and infused it into ~10 ML of MCT oil.
In this video, we are going to show you how to make weed gummies. We start with flower that we smash on our NugSmasher X with NugSmasher X 120 micron bags. We took our rosin, decarbed it using our NugSmasher Rosin Pot & Decarb Capsule and infused it into ~10 ML of MCT oil. Next, we made our gummy mix and infused it with our MCT oil, loaded our infused gummy mix in our molds and after few hours, we had rosin infused gummies that taste amazing!
1 3-ounce box Jell-O Gelatin Dessert powder
1 pkg. Knox unflavored gelatin (7.2g)
1/4 teaspoon citric acid
1/4 cup corn syrup or agave
1/3 cup water (room temperature)
10mg of Infused MCT Oil
You will also need:
silicone candy molds
Oil cooking spray
Add the corn syrup and water, and stir gently with a soup spoon until all of the ingredients are blended together. In a medium microwave-safe bowl- stir to combine. Mix in Jell-O, unflavored gelatin and citric acid Stirt the mixture in for 5 minutes so that the gelatin can bloom. Continue stirring the mixture, turn on your heat plate to a low heat and stir until the mixture looks consistent with no clumps of gelatin. Spray the bear molds lightly with oil spray. Carefully pour the liquid into the molds. Let the candy sit for 30 minutes, then put the molds into your refrigerator for another 30 minutes. When the candy is firm, push each piece out of the molds and arrange them on a baking sheet or in a large storage container. Let them sit this way for 48 hours, then lay them on their backs for 24 hours. This process will help the gummies dehydrate so that they are chewy like the originals. Depending on your climate, your gummy bears may have shrunken after 72 hours. If not, leave them out for another day or two, until they are chewy. Toss them around every so often as they dry out. When they are chewy enough for you, seal them up in an air-tight covered container or zip-top bag. Keep them stored in a sealed container and they should last for a couple weeks.