This Danksgiving, there’s a great opportunity to cook up some special canna-goodness and celebrate what you’re thankful for (we’re thankful that with the outcome of the recent election, 1 in 5 Americans now finds themselves living in a state where marijuana is legal!) Whatever you’re most grateful for, pick up one of these cookbooks and embrace the wonders or marijuana –infused edibles. Here are some of our favorites. Continue reading Cannabis Cooking: Danksgiving 2016 Cookbook Gift Guide
If you want a decadent dessert, you’ve come to the right place. Not only are these incredible cookies moist and delicious, they get you HIGH!
Look who’s getting fancy. These cookies may seem complicated to prepare, but that’s not really the case. Little wafers of sweetness are filled with apricot jam and almond-y marzipan. Simple! And the taste? Out of this world! Continue reading High-End Celestial Cookies
Sweet Mary Jane started out as an edible bakery in Colorado, catering to MMJ patients. Since they had the best sweets and drinks around, this sweet little shop quickly became hugely popular and founder Karin Lazarus decided to take her flavors pubic. By creating a high-end and beautiful cannabis coffee table cookbook, she opened edibles up for all, not just in Colorado. Touted as “the Martha Stewart of weed baking” by New York Magazine, this book arrived to us just in time to get cooking and get high! Continue reading Decadent Weed-Infused Desserts [Sweet Mary Jane Cookbook Review]
Toke Tank’s Queen of Clovers was so excited to try this decadent edible recipe! The result was out-of-this-world incredible.
This outrageously elegant tart combines copious amounts of dark chocolate with the sultry taste of almonds and a splash of rum. The intense flavor and silky texture stands up well to the crunch of Himalayan pink salt sprinkled over the top. What a fabulous way to get your chocolate! Continue reading Queen of Tarts
An excellent entry into edibles, this weed-infused butter is essential or baking all kinds of tasty treats. We loved how easy it was so calculate doses and add to our favorite recipes.
Buddha Budda can be spread on toast or muffins, or melted on waffles or pancakes; basically, you can use it any place you would normally use butter. It can also be substituted for butter in any of your favorite recipes. As you will see in the recipes below, the amount of bud used determines the level of THC in finished desserts, with three levels of dosing. Start small if you’re new to edibles.
Yield for each of the following recipes is: ½ cup, or 8 tablespoons, of Buddha Budda. Continue reading Buddha Budda