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. […]
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From our friends over at Village Voice Media and the Phoenix New Times comes another caramel treat: Marijuana-Infused Caramel Corn. Unless you hate caramel — or you’re vegan — you are going to love this recipe for canna caramel corn! I apologize to the vegans. I am not going to leave you out. In fact, […]
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 […]
The lovely and entertaining Aunty Watermelon shows us 3 simple ways to convert cannabis for consumption.
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.
Every cannabis cook should start with Cannabutter. Besides, you can use it with everything! Cannbutter and jelly sandwiches anyone?
The following recipe is taken from what is considered the oldest cookbook ever written. Known as De Honesta Voluptate Et Valetudine (Of Honest Voluptuousness and Health), it was written by Bartholomaeus Platina in 1475 and contained around 300 recipes, one of them being for cannabis.
Cannabis, or marijuana, has been utilized as an ingredient in food and drink for thousands of years. Recipes were often recorded in rhyme, assisting in the memorization process. One such recipe, Bhang (a milk based drink), dates back to 800 B.C. when it was first concocted in what is today know as India.