Marijuana Recipes: Enjoy Cooking, Baking
and eating your favorite weed instead of smoking it.
Marijuana & Cannabis Recipes
Recipes for high times
The most convenient way to use and store
marijuana for cooking is to make
marijuana butter, which can be cut into
pieces and Ziploc bagged for freezing
and later used in cooking of all kinds.
Here is the basic recipe:
1 lb. of butter (not margarine)
1/2 ounce of marijuana BUD flour
(or 1 ounce of shake flour or 2 ounces
of leaf flour)
Dry marijuana, leaf or shake can be
floured by using a coffee grinder,
pepper grinder or blender. Place
powdered marijuana and butter in
crockpot. It is convenient to cook 3 or
4 pounds of butter at one time in a
standard size crockpot. However, for
smaller amounts, small crockpots are
available for cooking only one pound of
butter, or less.
Heat butter and marijuana flour together
in the crockpot on the lowest setting
for 24 hours. When cool enough to
handle, pour through the double layer of
cheesecloth lined strainer into the
large bowl. Twist pulp in the double
layer of cheesecloth to get out all the
liquid butter you can. Yummie..... pour
into ceramic or glass dish for cooling.
Refrigerate to quicken cooling. When
cool cut into large pieces, place green
butter in large ziploc bag for freezing.
NOTE: it is a tradition to use the
lowest grades of leaf or shake for
baking and save the marijuana for
smoking. However, experience has revised
our view of baking and eating therapy.
Now we use only high-grade indica leaf
from the colas of plants, or dry bud of
the best quality we can obtain.
The quality, strength and endurance of
the marijuana you use in your baking
will come through in the effects
experienced with eating therapy. Use
only 1 ounce of shake flour or 1/2 ounce
of bud flour per lb. butter, since these
will be stronger than leaf. Amounts are
approximate, since much is determined by
the variance in strength of the
marijuana used, as well as the strength
of effect you wish to achieve.
Now you have a quantity of marijuana
butter. It will keep a long time
in the freezer and you can use it just
as you would use any butter in
any recipe for cookies, brownies,
muffins, gingerbread, spicecake,
zucchini bread, banana nut loaf, pie, or
recipes of all kinds, or enjoy it
straight, in tiny amounts (approximately
1 tsp. per dose) on your bagel or toast,
on your pancakes or with your eggs and
English muffin. Use your imagination!
have a recipe you would like to submit, please send
it to me
Created by Buddy for Babe and You
Copyrightę 2008 & Beyond