Cannabis Recipes: From Brownies to Savory Dishes

Looking to add a little extra flavor to your life? Cannabis cuisine might be just what you’re looking for! In this blog post, we will explore some of the best cannabis recipes around. From sweet and savory dishes to drinks and desserts, we’ve got you covered. Whether you’re a seasoned cannabis cook or a beginner, these recipes are sure to please. So get ready to ignite your taste buds with some of the best cannabis cuisines around!

Marijuana recipes: an alternative if you don’t like smoking

HHC-infused food is becoming increasingly popular as people look for alternative ways to consume marijuana. While smoking is the most common way to consume cannabis, it’s not for everyone. Some people don’t like the taste or smell of smoke, while others are looking for a more health-conscious option.

There are now many cookbooks dedicated to cannabis cuisine, and there are endless possibilities when it comes to infusing your favorite dishes with weed. You can make anything from sweet treats like brownies and cookies to savory dishes like pasta and pizza. You can even infuse drinks like coffee and tea!

If you’re interested in trying out some cannabis recipes, here are a few things you should know:

– Start with a low dose of THC. If you’re new to consuming cannabis via food, it’s important to start slow. You can always increase the amount of THC in future recipes if you find that you can handle more.

– Be patient. It can take up to two hours for the effects of cannabis-infused food to kick in, so don’t be tempted to eat more just because you don’t feel anything right away.

– Know your limit. It’s easy to overdo it with cannabis-infused food, especially if you’re not used to the effects of marijuana. Be sure to know your personal tolerance level before digging in!

How to make THC-infused cannabis butter

You’ll need:

-Cannabis (one ounce will do)

-Butter (two sticks, or one cup)

-Slow cooker/crockpot


-Mason jar or an airtight container

Here’s how to do it:

Start by grinding up your cannabis. You want it to be a fine powder so that it will infuse evenly into the butter. Then, put the Butter and Cannabis in the slow cooker and set it on low heat. Let it cook for six hours, stirring occasionally.

After six hours, line a strainer with cheesecloth and place it over a bowl. Pour the mixture from the slow cooker into the strainer, and let it drain. Once it’s done draining, put the butter in the fridge to harden. Once it’s hardened, you can store it in a mason jar or another airtight container.

Now you’re ready to use your cannabutter in any recipe you like! Try using it to bake some pot brownies or make some savory dishes. Enjoy!

In the end 

Cannabis recipes are becoming more and more popular as more and more states legalize marijuana. People are looking for ways to infuse their favorite dishes with cannabis, and there are many different ways to do so. One of the most popular methods is to make THC-infused cannabis butter, also known as cannabutter.