You could smoke or dab cannabis concentrates. Many people do. However, with the popularity of edibles, weed enthusiasts can’t help experimenting with the highly potent extracts in the kitchen.
Now, did you know you can prepare edibles with THC crumble?
Cannabis crumble is a versatile concentrate that derives its name from its dry, crumbly texture. It has a yellow appearance, and like other concentrates, it contains exceedingly high THC levels.
But is it possible to prepare edibles and even beverages using crumble?
The answer is yes, and we will show you some creative ways to use THC crumble in edibles and beverages.
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1. Bake with Crumble
If you’re already baking with cannabis, there isn’t much to learn with crumble. In fact, you’ll have an easier time, that is, if you tend to decarb your own flower and create an infusion agent.
Since crumble has already gone through decarboxylation, you can do away with that tedious step and get straight to baking.
You will need to familiarize yourself with dosing concentrates because they are way too strong compared to your regular flower. As such, start with small amounts.
When baking with crumble, you may add it at different junctures. We suggest melting the butter or oil you’re using and sprinkle THC crumble on it. It will melt alongside the carrier oil.
2. Add to Fresh Juice
It’s not impossible to spice up fresh juice with cannabis and enjoy a THC kick similar to weed cookies.
The good thing is that you’re not using cannabis flower, which would have complicated the process a bit.
Since crumble is a dusty concentrate, you can break it easily in your fingers, scoop some of it and add to the fresh juice of your choice in a blender. Blend the mixture for a bit so the concentrate can fully dissolve in the juice.
If you already have fresh juice in a glass, you can bypass the blending by grinding the crumble into a fine powder. Add the powder to your juice and stir.
3. Make a Chocolate Bar
Most people have a strong and sweet relationship with chocolate. The awesomeness of these juicy brown bars can’t be overstated. Weed companies know that chocolates are a favorite for many, and that’s why you have all sorts of brands coming up with their version of infused chocolate.
Using crumble, you can easily make your own cannabis-infused chocolate at home.
There are plenty of weed chocolate recipes. In this case, however, we will show you the simplest one.
- A saucepan
- Chocolate bars
- Crushed crumble
- Chocolate mold
Place the saucepan on moderate heat, add water, and place the bowl of broken pieces of chocolate on top of the water. When the chocolate melts, add crushed crumble and stir the mixture.
Thereafter, pour the mixture onto the chocolate molds and set aside to cool before refrigerating. You can now enjoy chocolate bars infused with THC crumble.
4. Add to Soup
You could put THC crumble in your soup the same way you would do with fruit juices or any other drink. The cannabis concentrate can be added at any point during the cooking process.
We suggest crushing your THC crumble with your fingers and sprinkling it with an already cooking soup. For pre-cooked soup, you need your crumble in a fine powder that will dissolve easily.
5. Create a Crumble Syrup
The latest craze in the cannabis industry is THC syrup, a form of edible that’s basically a thick, sweetened liquid infused with cannabis.
While you can’t smoke or dab syrup, you can use it for almost anything else, especially applications where ingredients like cannabutter don’t work. The way THC syrup is prepared, you can also use it as is.
Now you can make syrup using marijuana flower but also using concentrates like crumble. With concentrates, the process is simple.
Heat some water and sugar in a saucepan until you get a thick consistency. Then add crushed crumble and some vegetable glycerine.
Concentrates are probably the best forms of cannabis you can use for making edibles. They are highly potent, which means you only have to use a tiny bit.
Among all concentrates, though, crumble retains complete terpene and cannabinoid profiles, making it rich and aromatic. If you haven’t been using crumble to prepare edibles and beverages, try it!