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How To Infuse Butter With Herbs

Part of the LEVO fun is making your own creations, and with an infused butter, the possibilities are endless. Use this simple step-by-step recipe to effortlessly combine butter with fresh herbs or dried herbs of your choice. You'll say goodbye to the old slow cooker method once you try this! 

To start, you'll need a clean glass, glass jar (such as a mason jar), or container like LEVO's Herb Block Tray for storing your finished infused butter. 

Other items you might find helpful for this recipe: 

Once you nail this infused butter recipe, try out these other basic infusion recipes next: 

Ready to learn how to infuse butter with herbs? Let's go!


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Bill calendar_today

Hello, I just made my furst cup of infysed mct oil. Then i tried to make gummies from your gummy mix. The oil would not completely blended plus it separated as i was putting it in the molds. What did i do wrong. I followed the instructions
LEVO Oil Infusion, Inc. replied:
Making gummies is a blast, but it can be a bit tricky! My advice to you would be to stir, stir, stir! Water and oil aren’t known for getting along nicely, and putting in some elbow work is the best way to get them all copacetic.

In addition to that advice, one of our rockstar marketing folks put together some gummy making tips and tricks: 🍬

CHERI MALLORY calendar_today

Just unboxed today can’t wait to get some ingredients to start baking!

Gail Agostinacchio calendar_today

What ratio of herb to butter when I’m making butter for edibles? Also do I need to dry, activate and infuse??
LEVO Oil Infusion, Inc. replied:
The ratio is customizable depending on your desired end results. You can fit up to 14g of herb (using two Power Pods) and 16oz of butter! The less butter you use will result in a more potent infusion, but we always recommend at least 5 oz to have your herb fully submerged! The Dry and Activate cycles are optional before infusing, but to experience the psychoactive component of flower, you have to Activate (decarb) your herb first. You can read more about the Activate cycle here: We hope this helps! Please don’t hesitate to reach out with any further questions.

Steve calendar_today

I absolutely loves how my Levo 2 makes infusing oil and butter much easier, less messy and I’ve found the end results are of higher quality and better consistency than using old school methods :)

Carolyn Carr calendar_today

I made my first batch of special oil today. I wanted to try it while it was warm. I dipped a piece of rye bread in it. It was friggin delicious.
Now I’m waiting for my gummie mixes to come in! Gonna make some friends happy.

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