A twist on an old favorite, the use of cocoa flavored cereal nicely balances the marijuana flavor of the cannabutter.
A great way to extract THC for a creamy concoction, cannacream is a wonderful additive.
This is a classic apple crisp recipe handed down by Grammy from the farm in Indiana. The addition of cannabutter makes for a special dessert for anytime. It’s amazing!!!
This is the only banana bread recipe I ever use. It has a crispy little edge with a beautiful moist interior. The altered recipe comes from The News Review. It uses very healthy canna-coconut oil. For a little something extra try frosting them with cannabutter frosting. Enjoy! As a bonus, here’s an wonderfully written article from fellow blogger Helen about the excellent health benefits of coconut oil: http://www.well-beingsecrets.com/health-benefits-of-coconut-oil/
It’s so sweet, crunchy and cannabuttery!
Beautiful cannabuttery caramels that have just the right pull.
This is an alternate recipe to Cannabutter 1, useful if you want to use the residual plant matter to make stronger cannacapsules. More of the butter remains in the plant matter than in Cannabutter 1 so the residual is more potent; however, there is no liquid to reserve for other recipes and the butter yield is proportionally smaller. So, which recipe to use depends on which by-products you’re partial to. Also, as written, Cannabutter 2 is a stronger brew, weed quality being equal. Some swear by this method, others by Cannabutter 1.