EASY Recipes – Try Cooking with LIQUID Cannabis

EASY Recipes - Try Cooking with LIQUID Cannabis

The pictures above and below are from videos on YouTube and done by other people. My difference is adding less than

a quarter teaspoon (or up to 10 drops, depending on the strain and potency levels)

of cannabis tincture to each recipe. Each recipe cooks in under 30 minutes.

Cooking with Liquid Cannabis – THC is easy if it is DeCarbed, and you start out with small doses if you are unsure of how much you can tolerate.

1st recipe


The Bacon Kielbasa Cheesy Appetizer

 I added the tincture to the cheese mixture before baking.

You’ll need a package of bacon strips, kielbasa, an 8-ounce package of cream cheese,

a cup of sour cream, cheddar cheese, fresh jalapeno slices, and a little BBQ sauce.


Cinnamon Apple Pies with  Liquid Cannabis Frosting 

2nd recipe

Cinnamon Apple Pies with Liquid Cannabis Frosting  


I added the tincture to the frosting I put on last.

One package of ready-to-bake cinnamon rolls with a frosting container added

(or you can make some frosting with powdered sugar and a little milk

and vanilla extract) and one can of apple pie filling.

One serving of either recipe will give you a nice warm buzz.

If you’re making several recipes to prevent overdoing the dosing,

I would recommend adding THC to only one recipe. (Or warn your guests!)

I don’t buy much flower for myself that would need DeCarbing.

Instead, I purchased a THC tincture in a bottle and measured about 10 drops

out of the eye-dropper into the recipe. It has already been DeCarbed

and is ready for use however you want. I love to use it in edibles.

As a vocalist, I receive all the benefits of not putting smoke into my sensitive

 lungs. More power to you if you can do either. I don’t smoke very often.

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