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A few years ago, people could barely find recipes using cannabis as an ingredient. Now, there are many ways to bake with marijuana! People have made chocolate chip cookies, brownies, cannabutter, and even pizza that includes weed as an ingredient.

Many of these recipes include cannabis in the form of butter or oil. When mixed into other ingredients like baking mixes, oils, or butters, it can be incorporated into the finished product. This is called “dissolving” or “incorporation.”

Some recipes call for smoking the dried cannabis material first, then mixing it into the recipe. The smoke gives the mixture a slightly psychedelic flavor that some enjoy.

Other recipes simply cook the dried cannabis material along with the rest of the ingredients. These recipes use either raw cannabis flower or purified THC extracts as an ingredient.

Cannabis cooking has become very popular, and lots of different types of recipes exist online and in printed books. If you are looking to start experimenting with cannabis cuisine, this is a great place to begin!

This article will go over several recipes including:

Drinking recipes

Desserts and sweets

Breakfast recipes

Salads and snacks

Baked goods

More advanced recipes

Disclaimer: We do not promote eating harmful chemicals. Please exercise caution when working with any kind of chemical materials (including cannabis).

Hearty soups

Cannabis Cooking: Delicious Recipes and Baking Cookies Using Your Favorite Strains

One of our favorite ways to enjoy cannabis is in a soup! Many people begin with an easy chicken or vegetable broth and then add some toppings or dried herbs to make a delicious, healthy potable.

Some of the most popular additions to cannab Soup include onion, garlic, mushrooms, carrots, spinach, and peppers. These ingredients can be mixed and matched to create many different recipes that all taste great!

Cooked down oils from these additives also give your soup flavor and texture. We recommend using coconut oil for best effects. Coconut milk is another wonderful addition to help lower cholesterol and aid in weight loss.

Hearty stews

Cannabis Cooking: Delicious Recipes and Baking Cookies Using Your Favorite Strains

A rich, hearty soup is one of the top recipes for making sure your stomach is full. Many people make clam chowder to have this effect, but there are many other ways to create delicious soups with cannabis as an ingredient.

Many people start their day with a bowl of oatmeal or cereal, which contains some form of milk. Why not use cannabis infused milk as the liquid in your oatmeal instead? Add any type of vegetable or meat you want in the mixture and cook it in the pot until done!

Another recipe that makes for a great meal is stew. Make a large batch and freeze what you don’t eat right away. When you wake up hungry, take out what amount of food you need and reheat it later.

Cannabis can be added into most foods directly or indirectly depending on the taste and texture needed. People who enjoy eating more unusual ingredients may appreciate trying new things when cooking with weed.

Chicken and noodles

Cannabis Cooking: Delicious Recipes and Baking Cookies Using Your Favorite Strains

In this recipe, you will need one 10ounce package cooked chicken breasts, one half cup sliced mushrooms, and one cup dry ramen noodles. To make the sauce, you can use either fresh or dried basil, garlic powder, olive oil, salt, and pepper to taste.

In a frying pan, cook the chicken until browned and slightly crispy. Once it is cooled down, cut it into thin strips. Add the mushroom mixture to the pan and stir for two minutes. Then add the seasoned rice and mix well.

To serve, pour the noodle mixture onto a plate and top with the chicken. Drizzle the cheese and tomato sauce over the top and toast in an oven or broiler just until everything melts together.

Ground beef and noodles

Cannabis Cooking: Delicious Recipes and Baking Cookies Using Your Favorite Strains

When baking with cannabis, your options are to use either dried or fresh marijuana. If using dried weed, you have to remember to bake it at a lower temperature so that it does not burn. For recipes containing meat and pasta, having enough protein is important to ensure that the muscle tissue will keep cooking!

Many people begin experimenting with cannabis baked goods by making cookies or brownies. While very popular, creating doughs can be tricky when working with both ingredients and proportions of each ingredient.

Having a general idea of what products contain vitamin D and minerals like calcium helps in determining whether your recipe needs more of these nutrients or not.

Pork and noodles

Cannabis Cooking: Delicious Recipes and Baking Cookies Using Your Favorite Strains

When cooking pork, whether it is roast or chops, what kind of pan you use makes a big difference in how dry or soft the meat ends up being. If you cook the meat with butter or oil in a high temperature frying pan, then it will get dried out and taste good, but may not be very nutritious for you.

To avoid this, fry the meat in water to keep it moist and add some vegetables like broccoli or asparagus to make it more nutritional. Add some soy sauce at the end to help flavor the meat and promote health benefits of red bell peppers, which are an excellent source of vitamin C.

If you love Chinese food, try making chicken chow mein (thinly sliced fried rice) using shredded chicken instead of beef or veal and adding fresh basil or cilantro for additional flavor. Use wheat pasta to make it lower sugar than regular white spaghetti. Just remember to measure your sauces correctly! Too much liquid can cause the pasta to become mushy and gross, so have an adequate amount of water left over from boiling the pasta.

Cooking cannabis leaves and flowers can sometimes result in burnt or harsh flavors or smoke that lingers. To prevent this, start by heating your pot until warm first and then adding the cannabis material. Then, mix in a neutral oil such as olive or coconut to ensure the proper chemical reactions take place.

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