In a large bowl combine the gelatin, cold liquid, malic acid, and potassium sorbate. Set aside and allow it to bloom fully, about 7-10 minutes.
In a medium saucepan, combine the corn syrup, infused sugar, and sorbitol. Stir to combine.
Over medium high heat, bring the saucepan to a simmer.
After your gelatin has bloomed add the mixture to a separate small saucepan and melt over low heat.
After the gelatin mixture has melted, remove it from the heat.
Once the sugar mixture has simmered, remove from the heat. You can test a drop on your finger to make sure it is not grainy. If it is, let it simmer for a little while longer.
Add the flavoring into the sugar mixture and stir until combined.
Add the gelatin mixture to the sugar mixture and mix well.
Refrigerate for a few hours to let them set.
OPTIONAL: Once they're set, remove from molds and coat in sugar.
Let them air dry for 24 hours then enjoy!
Recipe provided by Lisa Fregoso, MBUU Member
I have to have between one or two edibles a night to be able to sleep due to my restless leg syndrome. I was on pharmaceuticals for many years for it but nothing has worked the way this does. Without my nightly edible I would be in tears! I also have PTSD and have nightmares, and with the help of an edible I do not dream or remember my dreams, nor do dreams wake me up frightened to death.
I have also helped friends and family. Some have PTSD, some are veterans, most have some sort of chronic issue. I have traveled to friend's houses and taught them how to make medicine for themselves, and it truly gives me great joy to see others wanting to take control of their health and become healthier with this plant, as it heals from the inside out!
I have learned so much from the MagicalButter Users United group. I knew nothing about cooking or baking with c-nnabis or making my own medicine. I have always enjoyed baking since I was a child by helping my mother and Grammy, but the MBUU group is where I have learned most of what I know. I have been making edibles for 7 years now and I love trying new recipes and making combinations that are outside of the box.