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Magic Mushrooms and Chocolate Have Been a Natural Combination for Many Years

Magic Mushrooms and chocolate are a classic combination. Chocolate provides a bold rich flavour, said to resemble being in love, and the mushrooms provide the magic.

For all three of these recipes, you should remember that this is more about consuming a proper dose of mushrooms than consuming chocolate, so keep in mind that when making mushroom chocolate, you should use one normal raw dose of magic mushrooms per portion to be consumed. If you are sharing with a friend, then you can use two doses distributed evenly. In that case, half of the chocolate bar would equal one dose.

3 Easy Recipes

1. Quick and Easy Magic Mushroom Chocolate


• Thoroughly dried magic mushrooms

• Bars of store-bought chocolate

• A large saucepan

• A glass bowl

• A sharp knife

• A rubber spatula

• Chocolate moulds


  1. Use thoroughly dried mushrooms
  2. Cut up the shrooms into small pieces with the sharp knife
  3. Break up the chocolate bar and place it in the glass bowl
  4. Create a bain-marie by placing the glass bowl of chocolate chunks into a saucepan of water
  5. Bring the water to a boil until chocolate melts
  6. Allow the melted chocolate to cool for a minute
  7. Add in the finely chopped mushrooms to a proper dose
  8. Stir and evenly disperse the mushrooms in the chocolate
  9. Pour the mixture, using your rubber spatula, into a mould and refrigerate
  10. Once it sets, bon appetit!

2. Magic Mushroom Chocolate from Scratch

• Thoroughly dried magic mushrooms

• 2 cups of cocoa powder

• ¾ cup of unsalted butter

• ½ cup of sugar

• ¼ cup of powdered sugar

• ¼ teaspoon of salt

• A sharp knife

• A large saucepan

• Mixing bowls

• A sieve

• Rubber spatula

• Chocolate moulds


  1. Simmer 1 cup of water in a saucepan (amount of water determine proper viscosity)
  2. Finely chop your dried magic mushrooms
  3. Mix your cocoa powder and butter into a paste
  4. Add and mix in the cocoa/butter paste into hot water and bring water to a simmer
  5. Once simmering, remove the mixture from heat and transfer into a mixing bowl
  6. Sift the sugar and salt into another bowl with a sieve
  7. Mix in the sugar and salt to the cocoa/butter mixture
  8. When everything is mixed in well, add your mushrooms making sure they are mixed in evenly
  9. Pour the chocolate into moulds and place them into the fridge to cool and set
  10. Once it sets, enjoy the chocolate shrooms trip!

3. Magic Mushroom Hot Chocolate

• Thoroughly dried magic mushrooms

• 3 ½ cups of sugar

• 2 ¼ cups of cocoa

• 1 tablespoon of salt

• A cup of whole milk per serving

• A sharp knife

• A large mixing bowl

• An airtight container


  1. Cut up your dried magic mushrooms into small pieces
  2. Combine the sugar, cocoa, salt, and mushrooms in a mixing bowl, stirring to mix an even consistency
  3. Place the mix in an airtight container as your hot chocolate mix, ready to go
  4. Microwave a cup of milk till hot, but not curdled or boiling, then stir in two tablespoons of your mix and get cozy!

Aztecs, Cacao, and Magic Mushrooms

One culture we feel compelled to pay umbrage to, especially after describing chocolate recipes, is the Aztecs. Cacao, the main ingredient in chocolate, was referred to as “food of the gods.” It has its own “elevating” properties, but when mixed with mushrooms, it is divine. They did mix cacao and psychedelic mushrooms, so they were the originators of the basics of the recipes above.

Chocolate makes us feel good… it is said that it creates a feeling similar to being in love. The chocolate we buy and eat from the grocery store may taste good, but most of the elevating compounds and properties have been processed out. We suggest that you try to acquire some raw whole cacao beans (with their skin still on) to get that total cacao bean experience. You can find them this way in many ecological stores.

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