How to make Herbal Infused Butter in

7 easy steps!


Step 1 - Gather your materials

- Home CannaKit

- 1 Oz of Herbs of your choice

- 5 sticks of butter

- Cooking pot or saucepan

- Spoon and tongs

Step 2 - Preheat your oven and prepare your herbs

- Preheat your oven to 210°F.

- Gather your Herbs and grind them lightly in order to create a large surface area. A magic bullet, coffee grinder or blender will do just fine.

- They DO NOT need to be ground to a fine powder!

Step 3 - Decarboxylate your herbs

- Once you have ground your Herbs, you can place them in your decarb tray that comes with your kit. Spread the herbs evenly in the tray so you cover a large surface area. Cover the tray and place it in your preheated oven. Leave the herbs in for 1 hour.

- Be careful not to leave the herbs in for too long because they might burn.

Step 4 - Put the herbs in the cotton bag

- Once the Herbs have been decarboxylated, place them in the cotton bag that comes with your kit. We found that the best way to do this is to tip the tray to one side and use a spoon to scoop them in.

Step 5 - Melt the butter

- Place 5 sticks of butter into a cooking pot or saucepan and simmer on low. Once the butter is melted, submerge the cotton bag filled with herbs. Simmer on the lowest setting for 1 hour, stirring at least every 15 minutes.

- It is important not to overheat as the butter can burn. Keep it low and slow.

Step 6 - Remove herb & squeeze any excess

- Once you have infused the butter for 1 hour, you are almost ready to pour into the butter molds. Pull out the the cotton bag and squeeze any excess butter out of the bag with tongs. At this point, you can dump out the herbs and wash the cotton bag to reuse again or simply toss the bag and herbs all together.

Step 7 - Pour into molds and solidify

- Place the spout that comes with your kit onto the cooking pot or saucepan. Carefully pour the Herbal Infused Butter into your mold. Lastly, place the Herbal Infused Butter mold into your refrigerator or freezer.

- Once it is solidified, you can substitute it for regular butter in all of your favorite recipes! Enjoy!