How to Make Shroom Chocolate

Chocolat Magique  have captured the imagination of humans for centuries. Known for their powerfully transformative effects, they are widely used for spiritual and healing rituals. But because of their earthy, unpleasant taste, many people struggle to consume enough to experience the psilocybin-derived effects. Enter shroom chocolate, a delicious mushroom-infused treat that is more palatable than traditional mushroom dishes.

This recipe for mushroom chocolate is simple and customizable. You can add a variety of extras to your chocolate, such as goji berries, freeze-dried strawberries, banana chips, coconut flasks, raw cocoa powder, sesame seeds, chia seeds, or a pinch of ground cinnamon, vanilla, peppermint, coffee, or sea salt. Add these to the melted chocolate and stir well. You can also play with the dosage of psilocybin-containing mushrooms, adding more for micro doses and less for trips.

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The best way to dry mushrooms for this recipe is in a dehydrator (Amazon). The process takes between 5 and 16 hours, but it’s worth it for the premium results you get with these shroom-infused treats.

Once your chocolate is melted, let it cool a bit but still remain liquid. You can use a candy or alcohol thermometer to make sure the temperature is below 70oC. Stir in your finely cut or grinded mushrooms into the melted chocolate and mix thoroughly.

Once you’ve finished making the shroom chocolate, pour it into your chosen molds and place in the fridge. These scrumptious chocolate candies take about an hour or more to incite their euphoric effects, so patience is key!