What would you like to eat for breakfast? Eggs, bacon, and toast sound delicious. But what if I told you there was a way to make cannabis breakfast even better? This blog post will show you how to do just that!
What is marijuana breakfast?
Marijuana Breakfast is a cannabis-infused breakfast. We know it’s important for all of us to have an amazing breakfast that will fuel our morning, but what if we told you marijuana breakfasts are actually the perfect choice? With some eggs, cheese, or buttery biscuits – these recipes will give you enough THC to get through your entire morning.
Why should I have a marijuana breakfast?
Cannabis is famous for its many health benefits, from reducing anxiety to easing chronic pain. So if you’re looking to start your morning off right with a healthy cannabis breakfast, then this blog post is perfect for you!
These effects vary significantly based on dosage and potency: low doses may act as an energy booster while high doses often lead to temporary hallucinations, but no matter what kind of “high” someone experiences they will always feel like their worries have been lifted so it’s time for some weed-infused food!
How to make marijuana breakfast?
There are a few different ways to make marijuana breakfast just like there are many recipes. I’m going to share with you some of my favorite cannabis-infused breakfasts!
The first batch is called “Joey’s Special Cookies” and it starts off by having your cookie dough in the refrigerator before cooking; this can be done ahead of time or at any point throughout the day, so don’t worry if you’re not an early bird (or night owl)!
You will need: oatmeal, butter, vanilla extract, eggs, salt & baking powder. This recipe makes about 12 cookies which will give you enough materials for two batches of marijuana-infused breakfast!
The first step is to combine the butter and oatmeal in a mixing bowl, then add your eggs. Add vanilla extract (or any other flavors you like!).
The final ingredient? A spoonful of cannabis oil or hash browns! Let it cook for about an hour on low heat while stirring once every few minutes until golden brown. You should enjoy these cookies warm with milk/creamer or eat them cold as they are – they’re delicious both ways! Most importantly, don’t forget that making marijuana breakfasts doesn’t mean forgetting all about healthy eating too; if there’s one thing that the marijuana plant does, it’s increase an appetite!
For the next recipe, you need: flour, baking powder, eggs, sugar or honey (or sweetener of choice), butter, milk or creamer, and vanilla extract.
Instructions: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F. Lightly grease a cookie sheet and set aside before mixing all ingredients together in a bowl until combined. Spoon mixture by heaping tablespoons onto prepared pan; press lightly with fingertips so that they are flattened slightly as they spread out into individual biscuits – this will help them hold their shape better when cooking through. Place cookies in preheated oven for about 12 minutes or until light golden brown. Remove from oven and cool on a wire rack.
These marijuana-infused goodies are perfect for breakfast with some toast or as an afternoon snack! You can also try making them in advance, freezing, then reheating when you need to take your medication throughout the day – just place them in the microwave for 20 seconds at a time until they’re heated through. With these recipes, you’ll be high all morning long! Remember that cannabis is fat-soluble so it’s best consumed alongside something fatty like eggs or buttery biscuit dough. Enjoy responsibly.
Ingredients for the pancakes:
- cannabis butter(If you make your own cannabutter, try it with Bruce Banner)
- brown sugar or maple syrup for sweetening/drying out the cannabis,
- eggs, milk, flour and baking powder for the cake mixture.
Melt the cannabis butter in a saucepan or on the stove top. If you’re using coconut oil instead of cannabis butter it should still be melted before adding to the batter. Add brown sugar (or maple syrup) and take off heat once dissolved. Let cool slightly if hot liquid is used as this can cause burning when added to eggs later on in the cooking process. In a separate bowl, mix together crushed marijuana leaves with flour and baking powder then add egg whites and milk. This mixture should resemble more like cake than pancake batter so don’t overmix! Pour half into a greased skillet heated up at a medium high setting while stirring continuously until the desired size is achieved – either mini cakes or large pancakes. Repeat with the remaining mixture until all is used up.
The most common way would be just like a normal pancake or cake, with added toppings for example sugar and maple syrup on top! Alternatively, if you’re not in too much of a rush, let them cool down then place them onto a platter and cut into wedges like an apple pie! Or spread some nutella over it – that’s sure to have your mouth watering. Another way to eat them would be if they were fried in a pan with some butter, you could sprinkle cinnamon or sugar over the top of them while they are still hot so that it melts into the cake before adding peanut butter and honey as toppings.
Pros and cons of eating breakfast with marijuana
Pros of weed breakfast:
- You’ll be high all morning long!
- It’s a good way to start your day.
Cons of weed breakfast:
- Cannabis is fat soluble so it’s best consumed alongside something fatty like eggs or buttery biscuit dough.
- In some cases marijuana can make people feel anxious or paranoid – while this doesn’t happen often (less than 25% of the time) it could potentially impact someone sensitive to THC dosing.
- Some strains might have an unpleasant taste that makes them difficult to eat.
- Since marijuana takes a while to hit the system, you’ll need something more filling than normal for breakfast. Eating an energy bar or two before starting your cannabis-infused foods would be wise!
- Make sure you’re not driving and eat responsibly! We don’t want any accidents.