How to Make Mushroom Chocolate

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Mushroom chocolate is made by melting dark chocolate and mixing powdered psychedelic mushrooms into it. You can spruce it up by adding any other ingredients that you like, as long as they are food-safe and can be mixed into hot chocolate. For example, you could add chopped nuts, fruit, raisins or coconut to your chocolate.

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This recipe uses a homemade double boiler to melt the chocolate, which helps prevent scorching. Fill a saucepan halfway with water and place a heatproof bowl on top of it. Allow the chocolate to melt, stirring occasionally. Once melted, remove the bowl and stir in the mushrooms until evenly distributed.

After the mushrooms are thoroughly mixed in, pour the chocolate into ice cube trays or silicone chocolate molds. Press the chocolate down to flatten and create even shapes. Then let it harden. If you are in a hurry, placing the molds in the refrigerator can speed up the process.

When finished, store the shroom chocolate in a cool dry place (60-70F or 15-20C) for up to one month. Storing in the fridge or freezer can promote “bloom,” which is a whitish coating on the surface of the chocolate due to excess moisture. This doesn’t affect the taste or potency of the chocolate, but it does make them look less appealing.