How To Make Cannabis Sugar

Sugar is used in many recipes. This common ingredient can be found in many food, drink, snack, dessert, and other recipes, some easier than others to complete. This recipe calls for cannabis sugar. Easily infuse any dish you would like with this sugar. All you need to do is incorporate it into a recipe that contains sugar and substitute that with cannabis sugar.

This recipe for cannabis sugar is simple to complete and only requires two ingredients: sugar and cannabis tincture. As long as you have already created your cannabis tincture, preparing this recipe only takes a few minutes.


While sugar is required for this recipe, you could also use a replacement for it if desired. One example of a sugar replacement would be monk fruit.

  • 4 cups of Sugar (or replacement)
  • 1/2 cup of Cannabis Tincture


Step 1: Mix

Start by placing all 4 cups of sugar (or replacement) in a glass bowl. Add the cannabis tincture in after, and mix it in completely.

Step 2: Dry

Next, grab a tray and line it with parchment paper. Once your sugar and cannabis tincture is mixed well together, place the mixture evenly over the parchment paper. Make sure it is spread out equally in a thin layer. Leave this to air dry overnight.

Step 3: Break

After the sugar mix has fully dried, you can now use a food processor to break it up. You could also use a similar object, whichever works best for you. Once broken up, your cannabis sugar is complete!

Now you can use this sugar in your recipes. Just remember, the results will get you high, as long as the strain you used contains THC. Store this sugar in an airtight container in a cool, dark place. It will last for up to two months. Enjoy, and thanks for reading!

FAQ: How To Make Cannabis Sugar

Q: What ingredients do I need to make cannabis sugar?

A: Cannabis sugar requires 1/2 cup of granulated sugar, 4 tablespoons of ground cannabis, and 1 teaspoon of vegetable oil.

Q: How long does the sugar need to be heated?

A: Heat the sugar in a skillet for 8-10 minutes on low-medium heat, stirring continuously.

Q: What is the consistency of the resulting cannabis sugar?

A: The final consistency of the cannabis sugar should be sticky and clump together when touched.


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Evan Weston

Evan Weston is a contributor to Reefer Posts, a growing community for exploring the developing market of Cannabis and CBD-related products. He spends a lot of time researching the development of health-related products that utilize Cannabis and CBD oils. He also keeps tabs on the developing legal environment regarding medical, recreational cannabis use, and production.

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