How much Marijuana do I use in a batch of Brownies?
Today’s Marijuana Cooking Question is: (DRUM ROLL PLEASE….) from Money Hill. This week Money Hill asks the following Medical Marijuana Brownie Recipe Question…
I WAS WONDERING IF YOU COULD TELL ME APPROX HOW MUCH WEED TO USE IN COCONUT OIL FOR A DOZEN BROWNIES OR COOKIES THAT CALL FOR 1/4 CUP COCONUT OIL?? ITS VERY STRONG WEED!
No problem Mony, let me help you with this question!!!
There are many people out there who offer many different types of answers for this question. For you I will suggest you first use the process of decarboxylization on your weed and then move forward with the following process. Your decarboxylized pot will be offer a stronger high than a marijuana that hasn’t gone through this process.
It really depends how many brownies you want. If you are making large brownies I would do .03 gram per person; which would be 12 brownies approx in a pan, 1/8th of MJ. An 1/8th should do it but you can use 1/4 for really strong bud. Take out the big stems for the highest potency blend aggressively. Pour all weed including plant material in brownies; then pour oil or water required for brownies into blender and turn on high until the trichombs are released with the plant matter from the sides of the blender. Use this oil as recommended by your recipe. The brownies you make will need to have at least 1/2 cup of oil or butter to bond properly to the plant material to be safe!
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One day I really wanted pancakes, but sadly my kitchen was bare of milk. I did, on the other hand, have an abundance (12 containers) of Costco’s Kirkland organic vanilla soy milk. So this is my hobbled together recipe for Vanilla Soy Cannabis Pancakes.
1 C. flour
1 1/2 T. sugar
2 t. baking powder
1/2 t. baking soda
1/4 t. nutmeg
1/2 t. cinnamon
1/2 t. salt
1. C. vanilla soy milk
2 T. canna-oil
1/2 t. vanilla extract
Preheat skillet on stove top on medium heat. Sift together the dry ingredients. Then whisk together, in a separate bowl, the milk, egg, canna-oil, and vanilla extract together. Combine both wet and dry ingredients. Pour 1/4 cup of the batter into the preheated skillet, per pancake, fit as many as you can. Wait until bubbles start to show on top and the bottom edge becoming brown, about 3 minutes and then flip the pancake and cook for an additional minute or so.