Welcome to the Cannablog
By Kelly Gibson
This cannabis cookie recipe is a favourite around my house. It's got everything and the kitchen sink, so the saying goes. Giving it so much flavour, helps the cannabis to taste good also. Best to eat one while it is still warm! This dough freezes well, up to 6 months.
There are two phases to cannabis conversion:
‘Classic’ Butter Method: Put your ‘cured’ shake flour into a pot with the butter. Simmer on low for 30 minutes approximately. Then cool completely, place in airtight container, and use as normal. For a mild dose it is recommended to use a maximum of 0.75 grams per person (or serving). Equals approximately 18 grams of cured marijuana per 24 cookies, or 1 cup of butter.
Bon appetit, friends.
To me, Christmas is the smell of warm molasses and cinnamon coming from the kitchen. I didn't stop at baking just the cookie either, I made these extra festive by dipping them in chocolate and adding some candy cane sprinkles. This was a combination of recipes by Better Homes & Gardens and Cooking Classy. The cannabis taste is well masked with this recipe, one of my best yet. Maybe Santa wants to enjoy some edibles this holiday too!
To make Canna-butter put the 'cured' marijuana flour into a crockpot (or stove top)...
Have you ever had Little Caesar's Crazy Bread? This cannabis recipe is perfect for sharing with friends who also enjoy consuming edibles. And is a great way to use some Cannabis Infused Cooking Oil, which is easy to make at home. For best results I recommend you make the dough the day before and refrigerate, allowing it to ferment overnight for the best flavor. The dough can be kept in the refrigerator for up to three days.
Make Cannabis Infused Oil (follow link for instructions)
Serves 4 - 5
To make dough:
This recipe can be used to create banana bread or muffins.
Cannabis infused oil is so versatile and can have many medicinal uses. You can bake with it, cook with it (at a low temperature), take it orally or rub the oil directly onto your skin. A strain that is CBD dominant could help with inflammation when used topically as well as internally.
*Do not smoke this product.
There are two phases to cannabis conversion:
To make Cannabis Infused Cooking Oil:
This healthy medicated snack is easy to make and is so versatile. You can grill Plantains, bake them, boil them, fry them, have it with sour cream, on ice cream, wrap them in bacon and can even be made into soup. This is a great way to ingest cannabis oil, for those who prefer not to smoke. Please be very careful with the hot oil.
To make the Cannabis Infused Oil:
Put one ounce of the ‘cured’ shake flour into a Crock-Pot with 6 cups of Grapeseed oil, on low for 4-5 hours. Let cool and strain the oil from the cannabis (plant matter), if desired. Store infused oil in a glass jar or container, with a tight lid. Then use it in you're cooking and baking as usual. It can also be taken orally, or rubbed directly onto the skin. *When using the oil conversion method it’s recommended to...Read More
This is a fun and simple recipe specifically for patients who prefer not to smoke cannabis, but to ingest it for medical purposes. To make these cookies you will need cannabis butter, instructions are below. Making the butter was the hardest part, and I must warn you it didn’t smell nice either. But don’t let that fool you, it tasted wonderful. The dosage was mild and can increased slightly if you prefer. I found I was able to eat a couple without any negative effects. Im so excited to try this one again!
To make Canna-butter put the 'cured' marijuana flour into a crockpot (or stove top) on low for half an hour. Do NOT over heat. Let cool and store in an air tight container until further use. For a mild dose it's recommend to use 0.75 grams of marijuana a serving, approximately 6 grams for 1/2 cup of butter. As per Mary Jean Dunsdon (aka Watermelon) recommendations.Read More
Summer Veggie and Herb Frittata With summer in full swing, I decided to share one of my favorite breakfast recipes for those lazy weekends. The great thing about this recipe is that it gives you the basic building blocks. Feel free to add or substitute to your liking. For the best results, use fresh herbs and make sure to leave out your eggs for 10-20 minutes to become room temperature before you use them. You can also add a dash of milk or heavy cream to your egg mix to get an even fluffier result. Whatever you decide to do, definitely give this recipe a shot this weekend and start your day right!Read More
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