Cannabis ice cream, or infused ice cream, is rather easy to make at home. Ice cream has been a favoured dessert across the world for over 2,500 years. One of the first known occurrences of ice cream eating was when the ancient Greeks mixed snow with fruit and honey and served it together during the 5th Century B.C. This infused dish uses cannabis cream as the carrier substance for cannabis and just 4 ingredients in total. This ice cream recipe can also be made non-infused, just substitute the cannabis-infused cream for regular cream.
Cannabis-infused fried rice offers a savoury tasting cannabis edible that goes well with chicken, beef, pork, tofu, or just by itself. Fried rice has a history that dates back as far as 1400 years to the Sui Dynasty in China. Frying rice was first used as a means to consume leftover rice in a different manner. The potency of cannabis fried rice will depend entirely on the potency of the cannabutter used in the recipe.
Cannabis peanut butter cookies can be an entry point into the world of homemade cannabis edibles because this recipe is incredibly simple and easily duplicated for future use. Once you have made a batch of cannabutter, this recipe for peanut butter cookies will take around 1 hour and 3o minutes and makes approximately 22-24 infused peanut butter cookies.
Cannabis edibles are legal in the entire country of Canada and many U.S States. These types of cannabis products are very different from the traditional consumption of cannabis through smoking or vaporization. The effects of cannabis edibles will depend entirely on individual tolerance. What works for one person may not work for another. Learn more…
Cannabis fudge is incredibly easy, uses just 5 ingredients, and is made with infused coconut oil. Our recipe for infused fudge is incredibly easy and offers great-tasting cannabis edibles for those who enjoy sweet treats.
Learn how to make cannabis pancakes with our easy, from scratch, recipe. Cannabis breakfast foods have never been easier. Cannabis milk is required for these pancakes which we also have a recipe for.
The experiment from High Times Magazine sought to answer the question, which substance absorbs the most THC? Five separate fats were tested by two separate laboratories; clarified butter, coconut oil, avocado oil, bacon fat, and olive oil. The experiment also used a sous-vide cannabis infusion. This question is a consistent point of debate for cannabis…