Not the simplest of recipes, this Pecan Sandies recipe uses only cannabutter as a source of fat.
I think using a good tasting cracker as well as the chocolate helps to mask the strong flavor that baked marijuana has. As a chef and smoker, I’m a firm believer that you should be able to enjoy the cookie as much as the high that will follow. (more…)
Since everyone seemed to enjoy our cannabis caramels recipe, sharing another cannabis and caramel concoction seemed like a good idea. Here’s our recipe for Cannabis Toffee Caramels. Enjoy! (more…)
This is a recipe for what I call “Compost Oatmeal Cookies” because it allows you the possibility to use so many things in your cabinet. (via Gudlyf) Ingredients: 1 Cup softened Cannabutter (I like working with clarified butter) 1 ½ C. Quick-cooking rolled oats 1 ½ C. all-purpose flour ½ C. granulated Sugar ½ C. […]
These cannabis caramel bars are a hearty treat, but don’t expect to move once they’ve kicked in. Couch-lock is almost certainly a guarantee. (via: steppystar) Ingredients: 1½ cups rolled oats 1½ cups flour ¾ cup brown sugar ½ teaspoon baking soda ¼ teaspoon salt ¼ cup melted cannabutter ¼ cup melted butter (topping) ½ cup […]
Melt butter; add brown sugar and salt. Stir until combined. Stir in light corn syrup. Gradually add milk; stir constantly. Cook and stir over med heat, until candy reaches firm ball stage (245F), about 12 to 15 min. Remove from heat; stir in vanilla, pour into 9″ by 13″ pan. Cool, cut and wrap.
They come out fairly soft, rather than crunchy, and the golden syrup seems to sink to the middle and bottom which makes them slightly chewy in the middle
Majoon is an Arabic word for cannabis confections. There are many variations of this recipe, depending largely on regional differences. However, they all contain oil or fat of some sort and special care should always be taken to avoid overcooking and burning. In Arabic medicine they are often considered aphrodisiacs.