Oatmeal Raisin Peanut Butter Chip Canna-Cookies

January 11, 2018 2 Comments

By Kelly Gibson

This cannabis cookie recipe is a favorite around my house.  It's got everything and the kitchen sink, so the saying goes. Giving it so much flavor, 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: 

1)     ‘Dry Cure’ use dry clean ‘shake’ or bud. Start by removing the large sticks, grind it up and sift before curing.  Then put the ‘shake flour’ into a sealed Crock-Pot on low, for about an 1 hour.  Or place in an oven at 150 degrees for 15 minutes. 

2)     Converting the ‘shake flour’ into a useful ingredient such as fat (butter or oil), alcohol tincture, or even glycerin. 


Classic’ Butter Method: Put your ‘cured’ shake flour into a pot with the butter.  Simmer on low for 30 minutes approximately.  Use a strainer to remove the plant material, 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.  


  • 1½ cups packed brown sugar
  • cup Cannabis Infused Butter, softened 
  • teaspoon vanilla
  • 1 egg
  • 2 cups quick-cooking oats
  • 1½ cups flour
  • teaspoon baking soda
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • ½ cup Reese® Pieces
  • ½ cup Golden Raisins
  • (optional ½ cup shredded Coconut) 



  • Preheat oven to 350°F (177C). 
  • Beat brown sugar and butter in a large bowl, until mixture is light and fluffy. 
  • Add vanilla, egg and mix well.  
  • Mix in oats, flour, baking soda and salt. 
  • Add the Reese® Pieces, golden raisins and coconut (optional). 
  • Roll the dough into small balls and place onto an ungreased cookie sheet, about 2 inches apart.
  • Bake for 10 to 12 minutes, or until golden brown. 
  • Cool for 5 minutes before moving them from cookie sheet to wire rack to cool completely.

Bon appetit, friends. 

Editor's Note: This post was originally published in April 2016 and has been revamped and updated as needed for accuracy and comprehensiveness.

2 Responses


March 01, 2017

Hey, Michelle
You are right that I missed this step in my directions, thanks for letting me know and it will be updated ASAP. I dislike how the actual plant material tastes and it is hard to digest. I’ve tried a recipe for peanut butter cookies that you leave it in, but it was unpleasant to me. Check back for more and I appreciate the feedback.

michelle zahrte
michelle zahrte

January 10, 2017

You must strain the canna butter. You will get sick or have a hard time digestibg the plant matter.

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