Weed butter mints are a great edible snack recipe to add to your collection! The best part, this simple edible recipe takes less than 30 minutes to make from start-to-finish.
If you’re just skimming this recipe, make sure to check out the calculator further down in this post. It will help you determine the total mg of THC per serving.
Here’s What You’re Going to Need
There’s only one ingredient in this recipe that you won’t find at your local supermarket. The ingredient is cannabis butter and you’re going to need to make this at home. Luckily, we have already made a comprehensive guide to making cannabis butter and you can find that here.
You’re also going to need an electric mixer. If you don’t already have one, this is the one that we recommend.
Weed Butter Mints Recipe
Weed Butter Mints
- Electric mixer
- 1/2 cup Cannabis butter
- 1 (16 oz) package Confectioners sugar
- 1 tbsp Milk
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1/2 tsp min extract
- 3 drops food colouring (optional)
- In an electric mixer, add the butter & mix until smooth. Gradually add sugar, beating until well blended and smooth. Add milk, extracts and desired food color
- Remove mixture from bowl. Knead until color is evenly distributed. Roll into a thin long piece and cut into small equal portions.
- Refrigerate until chilled
Weed Butter Mints Potency Calculator
To find the Potency of your cannabis mints, you’re going to need to know the potency of your cannabis butter. If you don’t already know this, head over to our cannabutter guide. We have a calculator at the bottom of that post that will help you determine the total mg of THC per cup of cannabis butter.
Infusion Machines Make Edibles For You!
Decarboxylating and infusing your cannabis edibles can take a lot of time and effort. Luckily, there are great infusion devices to make this process as easy and seamless as possible. Cannabis-infusion machines are countertop devices that decarboxylate and infuse your butter, oils, and other ingredients for you. With just a few clicks you will have cannabis edibles at your disposal!
We recommend LEVO Infusion Machines and Ardent Cannabis Infusion Machines, which are two of the most widely used devices on the market. Use code CANNASCHOOL at checkout for 10% OFF!
Although this recipe calls for a 1/2 cup of cannabis butter, please type the total mg of THC in 1 cup of your cannabis butter. This calculator has been programmed specifically for this recipe and it will make the correct calculation.
Ryan is a content manager at thecannaschool.ca who has a background in economics. Ryan specializes in making cannabis edibles at home but loves to write about all things cannabis!
6 thoughts on “How to Make Weed Butter Mints”
I made this recipe and then proceeded to ruin everything. First, the product I ended with resembled a course, light green corn mea! So, I added a little milk, oops, too much. So, I gently placed flour, then more flour, and more flour!! Here I stand with and a counter half full of a baking mix that doesn’t have enough flour mixed in to be able to roll or cut. Is there anyone that could advise me?
Can you use canna oil in place of butter?
I just made these, I halved the recipe, It’s what I had on hand. ( Butterwise) these little jewels are delish!! I didn’t use any food coloring either.That shit is a mess! the green from butter was good enough for me. I used creme de mint flavoring and powdered sugar on rolling mat, while kneading and rolling into small logs. Then cut into little mints about the size of a reg butter mint. yes, this recipe is a keeper!! Thank you. makes quite a bit, So I put them in container lined with parchment in fridge. LOVE EDIBLES, Shelly
How should these be stored? Are they good indefinitely or for a certain amount of time? Thanks!
The recipe says 14 servings..?
How big are these things?
Dying to try it but the method seems flawed.
Thanks for the comment, the recipe uses 1/2 a cup of cannabis butter so we recommend dividing the recipe into larger portion sizes (14 servings) so the edibles are not as potent. This is just a recommendation/ guideline and you can make the recipe into as many servings as you please. Hope this answered your question.