Cannabutter is cannabis-infused butter that is often used to make cannabis edibles such as pot cookies, brownies, candies and other edibles. It can be purchased at some dispensaries however if you make your own it can be more cost effective and yield a greater quantity for the long run. Find out how to make cannabutter easily using the recipe in this article.
For most people, pot brownies is their first foray into the magical world of marijuana edibles. Made with cannabutter or oil, these brownies offer an alternative to smoking and still allow you to enjoy the psychoactive effects of marijuana. They go by many names – space cakes, special brownies, hash brownies, green blondies to name a few – but pot brownies really didn’t receive any mainstream media attention until the 1950s. So, who’s responsible for the creation of weed brownies? The answer might surprise you. Alice B. Toklas Alice B. Toklas wasn’t your average American woman. She was a member of the Parisian avant-garde during the early part of the 20th century, and also happened to be the partner of writer/poet Gertrude Stein. Most people know her as the namesake for the first LGBT democratic club in the United States. When Alice’s beloved partner Gertrude died in 1946, she left most of her art collection and estate to Alice. Because their relationship wasn’t legally recognized, the family took possession of the collection and the estate, leaving Alice with nothing. This is when Alice write The Alice B. Toklas Cookbook. This cookbook included memories and stories from their lives, but it also included some eclectic recipes – one of which was called Haschich Fudge. Now, the recipe wasn’t written by Alice herself, but by a friend named Brion Gysin. Naturally, the American publisher of the book, Harpers, panicked over the inclusion of the recipe and had it promptly removed from books printed in the U.S. Nevertheless, the recipe caused quite a bit of controversy and would make the book one of the bestselling cookbooks of the 1950’s. Toklas’s recipe introduced an entire American generation to the world of marijuana edibles. Truth be told, the original recipe for “pot brownies” didn’t actually resemble anything remotely close to a brownie. Thankfully, modern day bakers and weed brownie connoisseurs have done all of the hard work for you and shared their own recipes for the famous marijuana brownie. A Word About Cannabutter and Oil Before we get into the actual recipe, let’s first take a minute to talk about baking with weed. The THC in pot (the compound that gives weed its psychoactive effects) needs to first be extracted either into a butter or oil mixture before it can be baked. Otherwise, it won’t have the same effect. If you want your brownies to have a “cosmic” effect, you need to bake them with either cannabutter (a.k.a. marijuana butter) or THC oil. How to Make Pot Brownies There are a few different ways to make pot brownies, and the method you choose will really depend on how much time and effort you want to put into them. Some people take the easy route by just buying a box of brownie mix and using the butter with cannabutter or THC oil as a substitute for regular oil. Others prefer to make their brownies from scratch. We’ve included a basic homemade recipe. Pot Brownies Ingredients • 1/4 cup cocoa powder • 1 cup flour • 1/2 tsp. baking powder • 1/4 tsp. salt • 5 oz. chocolate • 3 tbsp. THC oil • 2 tsp. vanilla • 3 egg whites • 1 tbsp. applesauce • 1 cup brown sugar • 1 1/2 tbsp. corn syrup Directions 1. Preheat the oven to 350 F. 2. Combine flour, baking powder, salt and cocoa powder in a medium-sized mixing bowl and set aside. 3. Place a double boiler over high heat to bring the water to a boil, and then lower heat to a simmer. 4. Add the THC oil and chocolate to the boiler and whisk until the mixture is smooth and creamy. 5. Remove from heat and whisk in corn syrup, applesauce and brown sugar. 6. Add vanilla and egg whites. Beat the mixture until smooth. 7. Stir in flour. 8. Pour the batter into a greased 9×13 baking pan. 9. Bake for 18-23 minutes, or until the top center is firm to the touch. THC Oil Ingredients • 6 cups of canola oil • 1 oz. cannabis buds, finely ground Equipment • Cheesecloth • Fine mesh strainer Directions 1. Slowly heat oil on low heat in a double boiler for a few minutes. You should smell the oil’s aroma. 2. Add the cannabis slowly. Stir to incorporate, ensuring that all of the cannabis is incorporated into the mix. 3. Simmer for 45 minutes on low heat, stirring occasionally. 4. Remove from heat and allow to cool before straining. 5. Strain the oil by placing a cheesecloth over a fine mesh strainer. Press the cannabis with the back of a spoon to extract all of the oil. The oil will keep in the refrigerator in an airtight container for up to two months. Of course, you can also modify a simple boxed brownie recipe and substitute in marijuana butter or THC oil. No matter whether you’re making boxed or homemade pot brownies, make sure that you consume them responsibly. Just one (at most two) pieces is more than enough to get the effect you want. 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Even for experienced smokers, eating foods containing marijuana can be a whole new experience. It might the perfect solution for those who don't want to smoke, or have trouble smoking, i.e. people with asthma. There are virtually no health risks, as you are not smoking and there is no subsequent damage to your respiratory system. Cooking with Marijuana Most weed-related recipes call for the making of a certain quantity of "Marijuana Butter" or "Bud Butter", which is then used as a replacement for standard butter in a cooking situation. To prepare pot for eating it has to be heated in some way. It won't work if the weed is eaten without preparation, because the digestive system is unable to digest THC directly. When cooking with weed, it is very important to use fat (oil, butter, milk) because THC (the stuff that gets you stoned) is fat soluble and not water soluble. It is therefore impossible to get high from pot tea, for example, without adding some milk. How to make Bud Butter Cooking with weed offers an alternative to inhaling marijuana smoke to get high. By using "Bud Butter" in your recipes you can consume the marijuana in a tasty way. Here's one recipe for Bud Butter: Ingredients 1 lb. of butter (not margarine!) 1/2 ounce of finely ground marijuana Method Melt the butter in a sauce pan until it's simmering. Add the marijuana and let simmer for 30 minutes or so until the butter has turned green from the marijuana. Pour butter through a strainer to remove all the pieces of marijuana. Chill until solid. Methods of THC extraction butter cooking oil (soak in for a week) milk cream flour - Another method that doesn't require cooking is cannaflour. Grind the cannabis up as fine as you can get it, and mix it with the following ratio: for every cup of flour, mix in a half cup of powdered cannabis. Your final product is cannaflour, and you can use it in just about every baking recipe. weed - If you're in a hurry you can also do the following: melt some (dairy) butter in a pan and throw in some weed; stir a bit, and then fry an egg (or a pancake or whatever) in it. Don't throw the weed away, it will still contain some THC. Eat the egg or whatever you made. Sweet stuff (honey, syrup, marmalade) tastes good with weed. What are the effects? It can take anywhere from 20 minutes to even up to 4-5 hours for the effects to set in. The biggest problem here is to find the right amount. When smoked, the effects set in almost immediately, so it is easy to judge how much you need. After eating some weed, some users are too impatient, and they think they need more. While it is not possible to overdose on weed, the effects of eating too much cannabis are not pleasant. You may feel sick, confused, unable to move or talk, and your coordination may be heavily affected. These effects may last a long time, much longer than when smoked. It is therefore important not to eat too much. Start with a low dose, and increase it the next time, if needed. Experiment to find the right amount. If you eat too much, a high dose of vitamin c (200mg or more) may help to make you feel better. When eaten, pot takes longer to work, depending on: the amount and quality of the weed/hash, the rate of your digestion system, and the amount of food you've eaten beforehand. For best results, we recommend not eating anything at least 2-3 hours before eating your marijuana. How much weed do I use? Since weed is not an "officially regulated" product it's hard to recommend an amount to use as the strength of the weed will vary greatly. Many people prefer to use "cabbage," or the leafy, low quality type of weed, in their cooking. Buds are usually reserved for smoking, but of course you're free to cook buds, but any cooking disasters will be a lot more expensive! Trial and error is your guide here. If you're making bud butter, you might go through a few saucepans full of cabbage before the butter is green and smelly enough to be useful for cooking. It's a good idea to note down how much you've used so you know for next time. As a general guide, a mild dose using high quality cannabis, extracted properly into butter or oil, would be 0.5g. To get really high use 1g. So - 7 brownies=7 grams of cannabis. So for a 14 brownie batch that gets everyone pretty high using 1g per person would be a half ounce. 28 brownies at .5 a gram, or buy a 1/4 of cannabis, make 7 1 gram brownies for 7 people, or 14 .5gram brownies. [fusion_widget_area name="avada-custom-sidebar-cannabisstrainsdeals" title_size="" title_color="" background_color="" padding="" hide_on_mobile="small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility" class="" id=""][/fusion_widget_area]
Almost as popular as weed brownies comes Space Cakes or Hash Cakes as there also known. The following space cake recipe is for a standard sponge space cake, don’t panic though we’ve got a whole heap of cannabis cakes recipes below. A particular favourite of the chefs is The World of Chocolate Hash Cake, its delicious! First things first though lets get cracking with the weed recipe below Classic Space Cake Space Cakes Ingredients: 200 gr. of baking flour 200 CL. of milk 2 eggs 180 grams of sugar 180 grams of butter a hot oven (200 °c) a baking form 8 grams of good (light) hash Put the butter in the microwave for about 20 seconds until it's a fat paste. Mix the hash with 4/5th of the butter. (heat up the hash with a lighter and crumble it in the butter). With the rest of the butter grease the cake tin so you can get the cake out easy when it's done. Now mix the butter (and hash), flour, eggs and milk and sugar. Keep on mixing it for a few minutes until it's nice and smooth. If it's to dry: at a little milk. Is it to much of a liquid: ad a little flour. Put the cake in the oven for about 25 minutes. Check how it looks before opening the oven. If it's big and brown (I think you can imagine how a cake looks like) open the oven and take the space cakes out. Leave it outside the oven for about 30 minutes to cool down before getting it out of it's the tin. All that's left once the space cakes cooled is to slice the bad boy up and enjoy with friends or all on your own. The World of Chocolate Hash Cake We mentioned early that the world of chocolate hash cake is a favourite of ours. It’s a delicious hash cake, so good in fact you’ll be craving a second slice. Be careful though this hash cake isn’t for the feint hearted. It’ll have you in couch lock for a good 6 hours. In order to make this hash cake recipe you’ll need to have made cannabis butter beforehand. Check out our recipe for cannabis butter. Ingredients 225 g dark chocolate 225 g cannabis butter 345 g caster sugar, plus an extra pinch 6 eggs, separated into yolks and whites 120 g ground almonds 145 g soft white breadcrumbs 30 g plain flour 4 tsp vanilla essence For the icing 85 g cocoa powder 225 g icing sugar 130 g butter 170 g caster sugar 6 tbsp water Method 1. Preheat the oven to 160C/gas 3. Grease and line a 24cm round cake tin. 2. For the space cake: melt the chocolate in a double boiler, or in a bowl placed over a pan of boiling water. 3. Cream the cannabis butter with 345g sugar until pale and softened. 4. Gradually beat in the egg yolks and stir in the almonds. Fold in the cool melted chocolate, breadcrumbs, flour and vanilla essence. 5. In a separate bowl, whip the egg whites with a pinch of sugar until stiff but not dry. Fold into the cake mixture and pour into the prepared cake tin. 6. Bake for 1 hour until firm to the touch. 7. For the icing: sieve the cocoa and icing sugar into a bowl. 8. Warm the butter, sugar and water in a microwave or double boiler and simmer until the sugar has dissolved. 9. Add the liquid to the dry mixture and combine until thickened. 10. Spread the icing over the cooled hash cake. This is a beautiful hash cake, I'm sure you’ll agree! Be sure to share with your friends. Zingy Lemon Space Cake For those of you that like fruity space cakes we have the Zingy Lemon Space Cake. This recipe has been adapted from original old space cakes recipes. They really know what they’re doing when cooking with marijuana. Let’s get going, this is a real zesty little space cake! (Note if you’ve already made cannabis butter use 75g of cannabis butter to make your space cakes just remember to take out the ground cannabis from the ingredients) Ingredients 200g plain flour 3.5-5g Weed or Cannabis (ground) 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon baking powder 75g butter 200g caster sugar 2 eggs 125ml milk 1 teaspoon lemon zest 60g chopped walnuts 100g caster sugar 1 lemon, juiced 1.Whisk together flour, salt and baking powder. 2.In a large bowl, cream butter, 200g sugar and eggs together until light and fluffy. Sprinkle the ground hash or cannabis and mix. Add milk alternately with flour mixture in two parts; mix well. Stir in grated lemon zest and nuts. Pour mixture into greased and floured 23x13cm loaf tin. 3.Bake at 180 C / Gas mark 4 for 60 minutes. Allow space cakes to cool in the tin for 5 minutes. 4.Mix together 100g sugar and the juice of one lemon to make a glaze. Remove from tin. Pour glaze over warm bread. Carrot Cannabis Cake Another cracking recipe here is this Carrot Cannabis Cake. The recipe below is really easy to follow and you’ll end up with the tastiest carrot space cake knocking about! Ingredients: 4 eggs 2 cups sugar 1.5 cups veg. Oil/Cannabis Butter melted 3 cups of shredded carrots (~5-6 medium-sized carrots) 3 cups flour 2 teaspoons baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda 1/2 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon cinnamon 1 cup chopped walnuts Directions: 1. Simmer oil on a low temperature. Shred as much marijuana as desired into a *fine* powder and combine with oil on LOW temperature. Let marijuana/oil simmer for approximately 1 hour. 2. Mix eggs, sugar, and oil/marijuana mixture together until well blended. 3. Add carrots 4. Add flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, and cinnamon 5. Mix well and add chopped walnuts 6. Bake in a greased or non-stick circular pan or mold at 325 F for 1-1.5 hours. 7. Let the carrot space cake cool, serve chilled, and chill! All of the above marijuana recipes are designed to be easy to follow. Its more fun cooking with pot when its’s easy and let’s be honest you don’t want to work ourselves too hard! We’ve tried and tested the space cake recipes, in our opinion they’re great. So give the marijuana recipes a go and let us know how well cooking with pot works for you!
Possibly the favourite choice of your average weed smoker is the Weed Brownie or Pot Brownie when it comes to the vast select of cannabis edibles. The weed brownie (Hash Brownie) has become somewhat of an institution amongst cannabis users. Whether you’re throwing a party or just fancy a change from smoking a fatty, pot brownies are a definite winner. What’s that i hear...’i don’t know how to make weed brownies’, not a problem! Below we have 4 detailed weed brownie recipes that should titillate the taste buds and hopefully get you flying. Classic Weed Brownies This Weed Brownie recipe makes our version of the classic weed brownie. It’s one of the easiest weed recipes to follow, you definitely don’t need to be a rocket scientist. If you follow the directions carefully you should end up with the most amazing weed brownies. The biggest problem you’ll have is trying not eat them all. Weed Brownie Ingredients: • 1/2 cup flour • 3 tablespoons shortening • 2 tablespoons honey • 1 egg (beaten) • 1 tablespoon water • 1/2 cup grass (ground) • pinch of salt • 1/4 teaspoon baking powder • 1/2 cup sugar • 2 tablespoons corn syrup • 1 square melted chocolate • 1 teaspoon vanilla • 1/2 cup chopped nuts Turn on the oven and pre-heat to 375 degrees. The next step is get all ingredients prepared in order to make the weed brownies. You’re going to want to get a big mixing bowl ready to start adding the ingredients. Start by sifting flour, baking powder, and salt together. Mix shortening, sugar, honey, syrup, and egg. Blend or mix in chocolate and other ingredients, and mix well. Spread in an 8-inch pan and bake for 20 minutes at 350 degrees. Once the weed brownies are cooked remove from the oven and place on a cooling rack. Its best to let cool before dividing into individual weed brownies. Once cooled, tuck in sit back and relax! Walnut Pot Brownies The main difference between the classic weed brownies and pot brownies is that we use pot butter or cannabis butter rather than shortening. There’s very little difference in taste, it’s all down to preference. To make pot butter check out the recipe, if you’ve already made it lets crack on with the pot brownie recipe, i know you’re desperate for the finished product. Pot Brownie Ingredients List: • 150 gm cannabis butter (salty) • 200 gm dark chocolate • 1 cup raw sugar • 3 60 gm eggs • 1/2 cup plain flour • Nutmeg and Cinnamon • 2 tbsp vanilla essence • 1/4 cup chopped walnuts (crushes) To make pot brownies Pre-heat oven to 175c, grease baking dish 25x35cm. Melt pot butter and chocolate over a low heat stirring constantly. Remove from heat and add spices, sugar and eggs. Stir until smooth, add flour and crushed walnuts. Stir well (add dash of skim milk if necessary), pour into pan and bake for 20 to 25 mins. Cool and cut the pot brownies in 16 to 30 squares. We have it good authority from the resident chef that the walnut pot brownies lasts a good 6 hours. Raise the barricades!!! Peanut Butter Hash Brownies If you like peanut butter and chocolate then these hash brownies are a sure-fire hit. But be careful, there so tasty you’ll want to eat all of them. This is a step-by-step ‘how to make hash brownies’ recipe, it’s more difficult than the weed brownie and walnut pot brownie recipe but well worth it! Let’s get stuck in! Hash Brownie Ingredients List: • 1/2lb cannabis butter, softened • 1 3/4 cups sugar • 1 cup creamy peanut butter • 2 large eggs plus 1 large yolk • 2 teaspoons pure vanilla extract • 2 cups all-purpose flour • 1 1/2 cups semisweet chocolate chips (9 ounces) • 1/2 teaspoon salt, see note For icing/glazing: • 1 1/2 cups semisweet chocolate chips (9 ounces) • 1/2 cup heavy cream • 1 tablespoon unsalted butter, softened To Make Hash brownies: Preheat oven to 350 degrees F Butter a 13- by 9- by 2-inch baking pan, then line bottom of pan with parchment paper and butter parchment. Beat together weed butter and sugar with an electric mixer at medium-high speed until mixture is light and fluffy, then add peanut butter and beat until incorporated. Beat in whole eggs, egg yolk, and vanilla. Reduce mixer speed to low, then mix in flour until just combined. Mix in chocolate chips (1 1/2 cups) then spread batter in baking pan, smoothing top. Bake until hash brownies are deep golden, puffed on top and a wooden pick inserted in centre come out with some crumbs adhering, 40 to 45 minutes. Cool completely in pan on a rack, about 1 1/2 hours. Make icing: Put chocolate chips (1 1/2 cups) in a heatproof bowl. Bring cream to a boil in a small saucepan, then pour over chocolate chips and let mixture stand for one minute. Gently whisk in butter until it is incorporated, chocolate is melted, and a smooth mixture forms. Spread icing on cooled brownies and let stand until set, about 15 minutes, it’ll feel like an age but don’t worry it’s worth the wait! Store the hash brownies in an air tight container and enjoy with your fellow stoners!! [fusion_widget_area name="avada-custom-sidebar-cannabisedibles" title_size="" title_color="" background_color="" padding="" hide_on_mobile="small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility" class="" id=""][/fusion_widget_area]
Marijuana Tea or cannabis tea is a great way to medicate and a nice alternative to smoking marijuana. You can find several types of packaged cannabis teas available for sale online right here on Weed List. This cannabis tea recipe has to be one of the easiest marijuana recipes to follow. You don’t need a whole heap of ingredients or kitchen utensils to make this cannabis recipe. Hot water, a tea bag and the most important ingredient, the herb are literally all you need. The cannabis tea recipe is a great recipe to know if you don’t like to smoke marijuana. It allows you to medicate easily, benefiting from the medicinal effects marijuana has on a variety of symptoms. Try these easy to follow steps for a simple yet effective recipe. YOU WILL NEED: 1. Marijuana (1 gram or more) 2. Measuring jug 4. Large saucepan 5. Milk, Water, Sugar, Honey and a Tea bag. 6. A fine mesh sieve (like in the picture) INSTRUCTIONS 1. First mix the milk and water together. 3 parts water and 2 parts milk. Pour the milk and water into a large saucepan and bring to the boil. Milk is used to allow the THC from the marijuana to be released, making the tea more potent. 2: Whilst the tea is coming to the boil, grind up approximately 1 gram of marijuana per cup of tea you are making. When the water and milk has come to the boil remove from the heat. 3. Add the ground up marijuana to the pan of milk and water, stir in and leave for approximately 15-30mins. (the longer the marijuana is left in the milk and water the stronger the tea becomes, we would recommend no longer than 45 mins). 4. After approximately 30mins, pour the liquid through a fine mesh sieve into a large measuring jug. The idea here is that you separate the ground marijuana from the milk and water. 5. Once separated use the remaining milk and water solution to brew a cup of tea. Re-boil the milky water, adding a tea bag, some sugar or honey to taste and then serve with a nice cookie. There you have it, Cannabis tea. If you’d like a slightly more potent cup of tea why not add a teaspoon of cannabutter to your recipe. Not too much though otherwise the couch will have you on lockdown. [fusion_title margin_top="" margin_bottom="" hide_on_mobile="small-visibility,medium-visibility,large-visibility" class="" id="" size="1" content_align="left" style_type="default" sep_color=""] Deals on Cannabis Tea [/fusion_title] [fusion_woo_shortcodes][/fusion_woo_shortcodes]
Whether you are a newbie to recreational marijuana or an experienced smoker, cooking foods containing cannabis products can open a variety of new experiences for your taste buds. Eating weed-infused foods offers more intense effects that last much longer than smoking it, which will leave your body feeling very happy and relaxed for a long period of time. Since weed needs to be prepared in a unique manner to ensure that the digestive system can digest the THC properly, it is strongly recommended that you follow marijuana recipes that can be found around the Internet and start slow. Below we provide an overview of our favorite marijuana recipes as well as a link to the original recipe for you to try them out today! 1. Delightfully Dosed Butternut Soup With the chilly fall wind right around the corner as summer comes to close, it is a great time to curl up with a bowl of Delightfully Dosed Butternut Soup and enjoy the medicinal effects of its ingredients. Following a very simple recipe with just three steps, the soup is finished with weed-infused butter or oil to enhance the relaxing qualities of its butternut squash, celery, carrots, parsley, and thyme. We recommend that you double the recipe and freeze the extra soup to make quick weekday meals after a long day at work. 2. Toked Tacos If you have ground beef, taco seasoning, some taco shells, and cannabis edibles lying around, then you have the makings for Toked Tacos! With little to no medicated flavor, these tacos offer the perfect way to hide the taste of cannabutter with strong Mexican ingredients. As the beef, cheese, butter, toppings, and special green sauce combine into one simple and delicious taco, it is like a fiesta in your mouth. 3. Ganja Jerk Chicken Looking to fire up the grill to get in one last summer barbecue with your friends? Spice up the party by adding in a bit of hash oil or THC honey to create a mouth-watering jerk glaze for pouring over Ganja Jerk Chicken. As one of the simplest marijuana recipes, you simply need to mix jerk chicken marinade with hash oil or THC honey, smother the chicken with the weed-infused glaze, toss them on the grill, and cook to perfection! 4. Strawberry Banana Marijuana Pancakes What better way is there to start off the day on a high note than with some marijuana? Since breakfast is certainly the most important meal of the day, we highly recommend a stack of the sweet Strawberry Banana Marijuana Pancakes to wake up your taste buds. With a few tablespoons of melted cannabutter, these fluffy pancakes can be served with butter and syrup or covered in more strawberries and whipped cream. Of course, this recipe is only suggested for the weekend, unless you work from home. 5. Medicated Muddy Buddies When snack time rolls around, we are fond of grabbing some Medicated Muddy Buddies to chew on some crunchy, sweet, and salty perfection. In a simple weed-infused recipe, these snacks are created by combining rice chex cereal, canna-oil, peanut butter, and chocolate chips into a large plastic bag before coating the ingredients with powdered sugar. Since the recipe makes enough for three to four servings, there will be plenty to share with friends or save for a rainy day. If you eat the whole bag, it will likely put you right to sleep. 6. Jerome Chang’s Pot Brownies While you may not eat pot brownies for their chocolatey goodness, the truth remains that most weed-infused brownies do not taste well and are a waste of the cash spent on the marijuana. Luckily, we have found an exceptional recipe for Jerome Chang’s Pot Brownies, which were created by the mastermind of DessertTruck Works in New York City. At last, there are pot brownies that are every bit as good as the high they provide you. With special add-ons like butterscotch chips, mini marshmallows, and high-quality chocolate shavings, these are the ultimate decadent, rich, and overstuffed brownies you crave. 7. Magical Magic Cookie Bars Another mandatory second dessert is the Magical Magic Cookie Bars, which blend a cup of cannabutter together with graham cracker crumbs, condensed milk, shredded coconut, and chocolate chips to make a scrumptious bedtime snack. Beyond its tempting taste, one of the beauties of this marijuana recipe is that it allows you to order the layers however you may wish as long as you begin with the graham cracker crust. In fact, you can even substitute the ingredients for you own favorite sweet stuffs, including peanuts, raisins, butterscotch chips, and white chocolate. The possibilities are endless! 8. Mini Pecan Pot Tarts Okay, just one more of our favorite munchies for the road. Mini Pecan Pot Tarts are nutty, chocolatey pecan bites that offer a potent high in a low-calorie dessert. In another of the stoner simple marijuana recipes, all you will need to make these pecan tarts is a 24-cup mini muffin pan and a half hour of your time. Close out your summer with this adorable tasty bite that packs a weed-infused wallop, but don’t eat more than two! We recommend pairing the pecan pot tarts with some single-malt scotch to provide the double-whammy effect of deliciousness.
The popular school of thought for how to cook with marijuana is to extract the essential oil to ingest. The process for making cannabis bud butter is available on the world wide web. Marijuana butter aka cannabutter is a main staple in cooking with cannabis. Simply experiment with a stick of butter and some dried marijuana bud. Simmer, try a slow cooker, under low heat for awhile, from 30 minutes to 24 hours. Take note of the amounts of butter to cannabis and the time used to complete the cooking. An average ratio is 4 ounces of butter to an 1/8th ounce of marijuana. You can adjust and find the ratio of butter to bud for your personal tastes. Butter is believed to extract the cannabis oil from the pulp. Some cooks strain the result using cheesecloth, others leave the pulp to add ambience, a different texture and flavor. Now use the marijuana butter under normal conditions. Try marijuana butter on a cracker or piece of bread to experience the buzz factor. You can increase or decrease ingredients to appease your particular taste. Use it like you would any other butter. Flavored Cannabutter Cannabutter can be enhanced with sweets, fruits, spices, savory, herbs and exotic flavors. Sweet cannabutter ingredients include brown sugar, stevia, chocolate or cocoa, crushed candy, and minced candied fruit. Fruity cannabutter ingredients are lemons, oranges, apple and coconut. Spicy marijuana butter additives come from whole hot peppers, hot sauce, Chinese 5 spice, or Jamaican jerk spice. The savory marijuana butter favorite flavor is garlic, making a very versatile condiment. Herb cannabutter best flavors with oregano, basil, thyme and rosemary. Exotic marijuana butter loves lemon grass. Simply experiment to find your favorite intensities. The fun part is many other cannabutter flavors to discover. Marijuana Infused Olive Oil Marijuana infused olive oil is another fabulous way to ingest cannabis with food. Add very dry marijuana bud to olive oil and place in a bottle with a lid. Let the mix sit for a day or two to draw out the resins. Use as a regular olive oil. Marijuana Resin Oil Pure marijuana resin oil can be extracted and utilized instead of cannabis butter. Also known as marijuana honey oil or hash oil, this product is very potent. You'll only need 1/4 teaspoon amounts to equal large portions, 1/4 cup on average, of cannabis butter. The thc resin oil extraction technique is very different and lengthy from the cannabis butter process. There are numerous hash oil extraction recipes, found all over the world wide web. Marijuana Moonshine Cannabis loves alcohol when extracting thc resin oils. A new marijuana extraction product is marijuana moonshine. Few people produce it, but it is super potent, only a few drops are needed for any recipe. Use a normal fermentation process to make moonshine whiskey. Use the entire marijuana plant to make marijuana moonshine. Liqueurs can also be used to extract cannabis resins, therefore adding the flavor of liqueur you desire, an effective way to add cannabis to your dishes. Marijuana Seeds and Dried Herb Marijuana seeds can be consumed just like the well known health product hemp seeds. Seeds are loaded with natural nutrients that people consider super health food. You can buy marijuana seeds online at wholesale prices. Lightly grind up your cannabis seeds to break open the husks. Now use them as a sprinkle on additive on almost any food. Our favorite type of marijuana seed consumption is on sprinkled on morning cereal. You can learn how to grow marijuana seeds for yourself. Marijuana Seed Oil Marijuana seed oil can be made using the same cold pressed process to create hemp seed oil. You could use either marijuana or hemp to get your oil. Hemp seed oil could be the highest source of easily digestible essential fatty acids in the plant kingdom. Marijuana seed oil has a nutty flavor, the darker the oil the flavor gets earthier. Marijuana seed oil is of high nutritional value because its 3:1 ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 essential fatty acids, matching the balance required by our human body. Marijuana seed oil won't have THC but it will have essential natural occurring healthy nutrients. An old fashion way to incorporate your cannabis into your food is through dried and ground up marijuana acting as an herb. You can sprinkle this weed herb on pizza, pasta, and inside loaves of bread. It can be seen as health food, try some on your salads, the oils in the dressings will help extract the THC resin for consumption. Check out the following recipes to discover the many ways of cooking with marijuana. Marijuana Nutrition The nutritional value of marijuana has long been accepted as medicinal. Marijuana contains essential amino acids, namely Edestin, a highly digestible protein. Edestin is balanced with essential and conditionally essential amino acids and essential fatty acids. Marijuana is the only source of essential cannabinoid acids. Marijuana has terpenes which are immunologic, antimicrobial and anti-proliferative actions. The anti-microbial features address daily use of potent antioxidants such as CBD. There are also flavinoids with diversity binding 1a and 2a post-synaptic serotinergic receptors. Cannabis is great for the mind. Cooking Marijuana Recipes Medical marijuana is growing fast in the USA and around the world. Medicinal marijuana permit holders can hire professional growers to grow their medical cannabis. Not everyone smokes marijuana, some want to eat it. Presented to you is an ongoing compilation of three generations of cooking with marijuana from a marijuana loving family. Always remember not everyone has the same taste buds so find what you personally like for recipes. Preparation times will vary, naturally, we like to puff while cooking. This domain will grow with free cannabis recipes, come on in and enjoy breakfast, lunch, dinner, desserts, midnight snacks and more marijuana food. Marijuana Dose Eating cannabis has the potential to get you stoned beyond the normal high you experience when smoking, which is why it's important that you are careful with your marijuana dose. You can easily become overwhelmed and potentially too stoned if you don't pay attention to your marijuana dosage amounts. Even a weaker weed has the ability to send you into orbit and potentially ruin your experience. Therefore, it is important to respect the strength and amount of cannabis you’re preparing and/or eating. While it is easy for a joint smoker to regulate their dose from toke to toke, once you have ingested marijuana, there is nothing you can do about it. Therefore, it is important for the cannabis consumer to be able to measure and control the effect of each weed cookie or weed brownie before they eat it. To know what you’re consuming, you should be aware of the amount and the strength of the marijuana dose you have used. If you do smoke, then a little test toke of the weed you intend to use should help you know the potency of what you’re cooking with. The table below should be able to help you to establish the correct amount of Hash, Bud or Leaf to use when you preparing your food. Please bear in mind that this is to be used as an approximate guide as we are all different shapes and sizes. Your weight, metabolism, experience and your current state of mind (are you already stoned?) will alter the affect that cannabis will have on the consumer. Marijuana Dosage Table The table below is a set of ratios to guide you when you’re preparing you food. All measurements are based around the strength of a medium strength bud. For example: If a recipe calls for 5g of medium strength bud, then it will only need 2.5g of powdered hash, or inversely, 15g of medium strength Leaf. The marijuana dosage in this table is a meant as a guideline only. Type Strength Nicely stoned A strong buzz Floating in space Powdered Hash Weak 1g 2g 3g Medium 0.5g 1g 2g Strong 0.25g 0.5g 1g Bud Weak 2g 4g 6g Medium 1g 2g 3g Strong 0.5g 1g 2g Leaf Weak 4g 8g 12g Medium 3g 6g 8g Strong 1.3g 2.6g 4g
Pancakes are a reciple that can date back all the way to ancient Green and ancient Rome however they are a best known recipe in Canada and the United States. Sometimes referred to as griddlecakes or flapjacks, pancakes can be prepared several ways using different flours or topping and are a perfect side next to bacon, toast or eggs. Blueberry pancakes are well known in North America and Blueberry Bud Pancakes may be the most popular breakfast dish among marijuana enthusiasts. This recipe is a perfect way to start your day as it offers nutritional value, tastes delicious and a great way to combat anxiety or chronic pain. There's nothing like a great wake and bake recipe and this marijuana recipe is definitely one you'll want to try. Ingredients: 1 1/2 cups water 3 tablespoons of room temperature marijuana butter cut into 1/2" pieces 3 teaspoons of granulated sugar 1 1/2 teaspoons salt 4 cups bread flour or all purpose flour 1/4 nonfat dry milk 2 teaspoons finely crushed dry marijuana herb 2 teaspoons active dry yeast Instructions: Proof your yeast in warm water with 1/8 teaspoon sugar mixed in, about equal water to yeast. Allow ten minutes to proof, you should see fairly large bubbles around the edges and bubbling out the top. In a large bowl, mix together, with your hands, the dry ingredients. Using your hands allows the flour to stay soft and light. Make a well in the middle of the dry ingredients. Add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients. Use your hands to bring the mixture together. Punch the dough for about ten minutes, it should form a smooth ball, add flour if too wet and sticky, add water if too firm. Cover the dough with plastic wrap or towel, allow the dough to rise at least double in size, in a warm place. Punch down the dough and place the it in bread pan form or create buns in a pan. Cover and allow to rise double in size again. Spread marijuana butter over the top. Cook at 350F. for 30 minutes. Remove from bread pan, allow to cool and enjoy. Sometimes the bread does not get a chance to cool, it gets eaten too fast. Home made marijuana bread can be frozen for later consumption.
Need a good wake and bake recipe? This Cannabis French Toast recipe is a great way to wake up in the morning. Who doesn't like french toast? Fun fact, French toast was not even invented by the French. It has been traced back to the Roman Empire. Enjoy one of the most commonly made morning breakfasts while you get your medicine. Ingredients: 1 French baguette 1 ½ tbsp. butter 3 tbsp. cannabutter 4 eggs 1 cup milk ¼ cup sugar 3 tbsp. maple syrup 1 tsp. vanilla extract ½ tsp. salt powdered sugar Directions: Lightly butter a 13 by 9-inch (32.5 by 23-cm) baking dish. Cut the baguette crosswise at an angle into 8 slices. Each should be about ¾ inch (2 cm) thick. Using a small bowl, cream the pair of butters together until thoroughly combined. Now spread the butter onto a single side of each of your 8 slices and then arrange them butter side up in your prepared baking dish. Next, whisk together the eggs, sugar, milk, syrup, vanilla, and salt. Pour the mixture over the bread and press the slices down into it before covering the dish and allowing it to refrigerate for 8 hours. When ready to cook, preheat your oven to 350°F (180°C). Once heated, place the uncovered baking dish in the oven and bake for 45 minutes or until the tops are golden brown. Dust them with powdered sugar and serve.