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Best Weed Recipes You Should Know

If you live in a state where weed is welcome, you have probably seen the culinary art that is taking place in most dispensaries right now. It’s not only about pre-rolled blunts anymore – (although these are amazing as well) it’s about cooking, baking, and showing off your THC skills like you were aiming for a Michelin star.  

If you don’t have a dispensary close, you can order online, or attempt to cook something up yourself. But how? Of course, some dispensaries sell ingredients like cannabutter or THC infused oils that you can include in your recipes. 

Nevertheless – let’s go through the basics! When you understand how this magic works, you’ll be able to expand your repertoire and cook with more confidence.  

The Basics

Start from Decarboxylation

It’s the first step when it comes to cooking with weed. Decarboxylation removes the COOH group from the THC-A molecule by releasing H2O and CO2 and turns it into the psychoactive THC. 

In human terms: when you smoke pot, you burn cannabis, which activates THC and makes you high. When cooking, you should activate the psychoactive substance by heating it, not burning it. That’s a time-consuming but very effective process. Here you can find the beginner’s guide of decarboxylation.

The crucial things for cooking with potent cannabis are Cannaoil or Cannabutter. Both of these ingredients are the base for your weed edible dishes. Visit to know more about cannabutter.

Why? Because THC is soluble in fat. This is why oils, butter, lards and other oily bases will be necessary to unlock the true potential of your recipe. Lucky for you, it’s insanely easy to make them. Let’s start with the oil.


Cannaoil can be easily served with both sweet and salty food. Depending on the recipe, you can combine it with garlic and serve canna-garlic infused steak or put some sugar and bake delicious crispy chocolate cookies. Here is how to make it.


Cannabutter has basically the same use as the oil, but because of its structure, it’s more often preferred while making sweet weed snacks. Here is how to make it.

     Voila, that’s it! Now you have the base to create magical weed edibles.

Weed brownie

Brownie is one of the easiest pastries to make, and the most successfully combined sweet snack with marijuana. A pot brownie is also a bit of a classic of cannabis cuisine.

Preheat the oven to 320°F. Grease your baking dish with regular butter so your brownie won’t stick to it. Take a bowl and add cannabis butter, salt, sugar, vanilla extract, ¾ melted chocolate, cocoa powder, and eggs and blend it all. Next, put the flour to the bowl and mix it until the smooth constituency. Place it to the baking dish and bake for 25-35 minutes. Put the rest of the melted chocolate on the top and add whatever topping you want. It goes very well with chocolate chips, raspberries, and nuts.

Marijuana french toasts

You’re going to need:

Start from buttering a baking dish. Spread the butter all over it so the toast won’t stick while baking. Then cut the baguettes into 2-3cm slices. Mix 2 eggs, 2 cups of milk, vanilla extract, a teaspoon of sugar and cinnamon, and a pinch of salt. Before soaking the bread in the mixture, spread the cannabutter on both sides. Next, you can dip the toast in the milky dough. Preheat the oven for around 180°C, place the bread on the grill and bake till they are golden brown from both sides (it’s going to take 35-45min). 

The bottom line 

People love to experiment with edibles. You can find many interesting recipes in cookbooks, the Internet, or Youtube channels. Once you have a base, then you can make any weed-infused dish you want. Enjoy your delicious journey.

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