Chocolate Covered Strawberries: Marijuana Recipes 

By  Cheri Sicard

 June 11, 2012

Everyone always oohs and ahhs over Chocolate Covered Strawberries, but they aren’t difficult to make. The trick is to keep all water way from the melting chocolate, as even a single drop will make it "seize” and turn into a grainy mess.  Likewise, wash then dry your strawberries well with paper towels before dipping.

Use decarboxylated Kief or Hash to medicate this recipe.  Find more information on how to make and cook with kief and hash at this link.

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A note about the Dosing on this recipe!

This recipe will have about 50 mg THC per serving IF you used decarboxylated average kief (40% THC).  To adjust the dosage up or down for your personal needs, and to reflect the strength of the kief you are cooking with, be sure to take my FREE 10 minute online Dosing Class that will teach you how to do it, or use my handy dosage calculator tools that do all the math for you (see below).

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Marijuana Recipes - Chocolate Covered Strawberries

Chocolate Covered Strawberries: Marijuana Recipes

Cheri Sicard
Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 15 mins
Total Time 20 mins
Servings 12


  • 6 ounces chocolate dark or milk
  • 2 ounces white chocolate optional
  • 12 strawberries fresh, extra-large
  • 1 gram kief or hash decarboxylated, finely ground


How To Melt Chocolate

  • Take care when melting chocolate or you can easily end up with a grainy mess. The lighter the chocolate, the higher the chances of this happening. The most important thing to remember is that chocolate melts better and faster at lower temperatures. Never let your chocolate get above 115° F. The best method is using a double boiler (one pot that holds the chocolate that fits over another which contains about an inch or two of simmering water). If you don’t have a double boiler, you can use a heat proof bowl which is large enough to be suspended over a pot without its bottom touching the simmering water. Stir the melting chocolate often. Remove from the heat as soon as the chocolate is melted and stir in the kief or finely ground hash until smooth. Be extremely careful not to get any water (not even a drop) into the chocolate. Water will turn the chocolate into a grainy, lumpy mess.  (FYI For other recipes, if the liquid is mixed with the chocolate from the beginning of the melting process, it won’t get grainy on you, but adding even a drop in mid-melting will cause this problem.
  • Alternatively, you can melt chocolate in a dry oven. Place grated chocolate in a metal bowl and place it in an oven set at 110° F (if your oven doesn’t go that low, use the lowest temperature and keep the door ajar). Your chocolate will melt in about an hour.  Again, stir in the kief or ground hash once chocolate has melted.
  • You can also use your microwave, but it takes some getting used to.  Different ovens cook at different increments, so experiment with yours, checking the chocolate and stirring frequently — every 10 seconds or less.

Dip Strawberries

  • Once the chocolate has melted and hash has been mixed in, dip dry strawberries in the chocolate, using a spoon to help cover the berries.  Place coated berries on waxed paper to set.  (If you want to speed the process, set in the freezer for a minute.)
  • If you want to add decorative white chocolate, as in the photo above, melt the white chocolate using the dry oven or double boiler method (avoid microwave melting of white chocolate as it’s super tricky and with certain brands, impossible).  Once melted, dip a fork into the white chocolate and move it back and forth over the set chocolate dipped berries, letting the white chocolate drip as you go.  Let set.
  • While you can make these up to a day in advance, several hours is best.  The riper your berries, the less time they will keep, however, less ripe berries don’t taste as good, so it’s a Catch-22.  Store in the refrigerator until ready to serve.


Decarboxylation and Dosing 

**Decarboxylation is the chemical process that changes the THC-A or acid in the raw cannabis plant into THC. (That’s right, there is no THC in raw cannabis). Learn how to properly decarboxylate your cannabis here.
Click here to learn more about cooking with kief and hash.
**This dose is only a suggestion.  For more PRECISE dosing, be sure to take my FREE online dosing class.
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    • No way to tell conclusively as I have no idea what you are cooking with. Kief has wide THC ranges. Dosing amounts in recipes must always be taken with a grain of salt and the cook needs to adjust according to the material they are cooking with and the use they intend for the food, and the tolerance level of the person consuming it. You can estimate however, this is something I cover extensively in my comprehensive cooking course for home cooks when it comes to kief and other concentrates.

      My free dosing class will teach you how to do this with butter and oil, I go into more details on concentrates in the full course, but it is the same principles and formula, although the THC amounts will be different.

    • I suppose you could. I would decarboxylate the kief first. Personally I would rather have it in the chocolate so none is wasted, as on the outside it would be easy to slough off, but sure, your method would also work.

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