With the legalization of marijuana becoming more widespread, more and more people want to try it. However, not everyone wants to smoke it. That’s why edibles – food that has been infused with cannabis – are becoming more popular.
Most people are familiar with the idea of pot brownies, or other tasty baked goods made with weed. But not many people realize just how many different kinds of edibles you can make.
The best way to make edibles is to create some kind of oil or core baking ingredient that can be infused with marijuana. If you need to get marijuana for a recipe, you can find different options at a dispensary like Harvest HOC, depending on the laws that exist in your state.
Marijuana butter is the most common, but you can also infuse marijuana with cooking oil, mayonnaise, flour, milk, etc. There are a ton of options that allow you to integrate marijuana into lots of foods.
Here are four delicious edibles recipes to get your mouth watering:
Who doesn’t love waffles on a Sunday morning? Well, with some marijuana-infused flour, you can bake delicious pot waffles to your tastes. You can make them with as much or as little marijuana as you want, depending on your mood or experience cooking with cannabis. Our tip is to start lighter and work your way up until you find the sweet spot.
2) Tomato Soup
For people who deal with chronic pain, medical marijuana is an increasingly common prescription method to reduce symptoms and feel better. Soup and other hot comfort foods are another way to help soothe your aches and pains, especially on cold and dreary days. This tomato soup recipe made with marijuana olive oil blends the two together for maximum comfort.
3) Peanut Butter Protein Bars
Whether you’re exercising or just want to make sure you get enough protein on a daily basis, this recipe for peanut butter protein bars is a great option. You get all the salty deliciousness of peanut butter, the healthy protein, as well as the anti-inflammatory and pain reduction benefits of marijuana. It’s great for a pre- or post-workout snack! You’ll need to master cannabis butter for this recipe.
4) Fruit Smoothies
For people who enjoy smoothies, or who struggle to eat enough healthy fruits during the day, fruit smoothies are a go-to solution. This recipe for a blueberry smoothie uses cannabis-infused honey, so you get all the great vitamins and antioxidants from the berries, proteins from greek yogurt, and more! Bonus: it only takes 5 minutes to prepare, making it a great breakfast option to make in the morning before heading to work.
Whether you want something sweet or savory, something light or hardy, something healthy or junky, you can find a recipe that mixes in marijuana. It’s a great way for people who have various medical issues who have prescriptions for cannabis to take their medication and make themselves feel happier with good food. Try them out! You can always look up tons of other recipes to experiment with.