Since the majority of brownie recipes use oil, this is quite a common question, both in the world of cooking with CBD oil, and in traditional baking.
People use CBD oil for a wide range of potential benefits. While days are early and research is ongoing, a variety of academic studies have found links between CBD use and a variety of positive effects.
CBD oil in brownies provides an excellent method to take CBD, especially for people who dislike the taste of natural, unflavoured CBD oil, or simply struggle to remember to take it every day.
What Are CBD Brownies?
For somebody who’s new to the idea of cooking with CBD oil , this might well be the first question on your mind.
Luckily, no big risks of overdose have been discovered with CBD, so you are pretty much free to experiment and find your own ideal amount.
Generally, oil is considered better for brownies as it has a higher fat content, and as such we would recommend using our CBD coconut oil for brownies instead of the CBD butter whenever possible.
This is because of the differences between THC, the cannabinoid responsible for the psychoactive effects recreational cannabis users are looking for, and CBD, the cannabinoid with zero psychoactive effects and a range of potential health benefits.
But how do you choose which product: Oil or tincture?
Product Recommendation: My personal favorite is this dark chocolate CBD bar from Green Roads. With 62% cocoa, it has just the right flavor balance of sweet and bitter. And the texture is amazing – it melts in your mouth. It’s a great choice for baking or a sweet snack! Be sure to use promo code ‘Snack10’ for 10% off your Green Roads order.
2) How to Infuse Brownies with CBD: Add CBD Coffee
Many companies have come into the CBD market over the last several years, so it is important that you do a bit of research to make sure you are buying from a trustworthy source. Here are some considerations:
The best CBD brownies begin with, obviously, a great brownie recipe. While CBD oil can be incorporated into any brownie or Chocolate Buttercream Frosting recipe, I figure you might as well make it a really good batch to enjoy!
CBD isolate does not have a distinctive smell or taste and comes in a powder form, making it ideal for baking.
Mix oil and sugar until well blended.
Cool completely before cutting.
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¼ teaspoon baking powder
The resulting brownies will contain 24.75mg of CBD if cut into 10 pieces. If you need a stronger batch of brownies, instead of mixing the CBD isolate into 2 cups in the beginning, just mix it into 1 cup. This will result in each brownie containing 49.5mg of CBD.