Easter Sunday is just a few days away, and even if you aren’t the religious-type, this holiday is a wonderful opportunity to invite your loved ones over for some good food and quality bonding time. Want to make your Easter feast even more fun and unique? Try some of these cannabis-infused recipes.
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Butter and Oil
THC is fat soluble so most cannabis-infused recipes call for cannabutter or weed oil. You can also make a batch of cannabutter in a crockpot. You should note that you can substitute cannabutter for regular butter in any of your favorite recipes.
You have your cannabutter and/or weed oil prepared and you’ve decided to have your friends over for brunch this Sunday. Crowd pleasers such as cannabis French toast and blueberry pot cakes are easy to make for first-time canna-chefs. Cannabis banana bread is another delicious and sweet option for your Easter brunch.
Weed Side Dishes
Prefer a more traditional Easter dinner but with a kick? You’re in luck. This cannabis cornbread recipe is absolutely scrumptious. Classic dishes such as mashed potatoes and green bean casserole are even better when you make them with cannabis.
You’ve chosen a side dish or two to make for your Easter dinner but what about the main course? Skip your grandma’s decades-old recipes and cook up your own cannabis-infused turkey and honey ham.
What would a holiday meal be without dessert? Try your hand at an apple, pecan, or pumpkin pie made with cannabis. Or pick up a few Easter candy molds and make your own cannabis dark chocolate. Just be sure to keep your pot Easter candies separate from your regular ones to avoid getting any kids stoned.
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