Lust 2 Love Chocolates
Experience the exact moment when lust turns to love with each bite of these chocolates. Enjoy the contemplation of lovers past, present and future. Remember to always keep it spicy! (Updated Recipe: 2/10/2020)
Yield: 15 1-teaspoon chocolates
3.1 ounces compound dark chocolate
1.1 ounces coconut oil
4 teaspoon ground freeze dried strawberries
¼ teaspoon citrus sea salt or lemon pepper (without garlic and onion)
1 teaspoon strawberry habanero hot sauce
Confectioners funnel or spouted cup/double boiler insert
If you prefer more/less salty or sweet adjust the amounts of salt and hot sauce to suit your taste.
Sub milk or white compound chocolate for a different flavor. Make two or more flavors, swirl them in your spouted cup with a knife or popsicle stick and pour into your mold.
Use this chocolate to dip pretzels, marshmallows, strawberries or any other delectable treat.
For a shelf stable chocolate, use 4 ounces of compound chocolate and 3 ml of MCT or other oil and continue with the recipe.
When making the shelf stable version, a cannabis concentrate can be used to medicate it. Mix 1 gram of decarbed concentrate with 3 ml of MCT Oil and proceed with the recipe.
Sub the coconut oil for a high potency canna coconut oil. A prepared cannabis/hemp concentrate, i.e., distillate, can be used to medicate this recipe instead of using canna coconut oil.
Scale this recipe up or down to reach your desired potency and amount of chocolates that you would like to make in one batch. Try some Mango Untamed CBD Wax today!
How To (Make sure all equipment is completely dry before using!)
Stove Top (NO water vapor or steam should be able to get into the double boiler!)
Store between 55-70°F. If storing in the fridge, wrap in parchment paper and then paper towel. Put in an airtight container. Chocolate is best consumed at 64-70°F. Let stand at room temperature before eating or eat cold if you like a chilly treat!