-fun to experiment with different flavors and recipes.
The edibles process is three easy steps: mix, bake, enjoy! The first step of the process is mixing all of your ingredients together in a bowl or pot. Then you cook it on low heat for 20 minutes stirring occasionally with occasional breaks so as not to burn anything. Finally, you let it cool off before eating because hot cereal can be too hot! Let’s talk about how this recipe came into being… For many years cannabis has been used medicinally by patients who struggle with chronic diseases like cancer and HIV/AIDS that cause severe nausea as well as those experiencing pain from conditions such as arthritis. Many people also use cannabis recreationally for its soothing effects.
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Do you love weed cereal? Well, now there is a way to make it at home! This blog post will teach you how to make cannabis cereal. It’s really easy and fun. All you need are some ingredients that can be found in your kitchen or grocery store. Cannabis cereals come with many variations like blueberry weed cereal, banana weed cereal, apple pie weed cereal- the possibilities are endless!
You will need:
A bowl of weed and milk together. The ratio should be around two tablespoons per cup of milk;
Fruit, nuts, or other toppings to add in before cooking. These can include dried cranberries, raisins, chopped walnuts or almonds, shredded coconut, etc.;
Honey instead of maple syrup if you want a sweeter taste;
Optional spices like cinnamon and nutmeg powder are also amazing! Some people even use vanilla extract too! If you have any old spice mixes laying around in your pantry that would work great as well. Mixing flavors is always fun so feel free to experiment!
Optional: Bacon bits are a really popular topping to add in too!
The cannabis cereal is very easy to make and only takes about 15 minutes. You can find the instructions below for how to do it yourself at home;
- Heat the milk of your choice in a pan on medium heat and add in the cereal, stirring often until it’s absorbed;
- Add in any toppings you want to get that extra kick! Cheese is also really good if you’re looking for something salty.
Grab some bowls or mugs out, pour yourself a nice warm bowl of weed cereal, and sit back with an appetite because this recipe will fill you up with no problem. Enjoy it!
Helpful tips for making this recipe
- Make sure to stir your pot well before adding it in, or else the cereal might be too dry
- No need for milk: This recipe does not require any dairy products! Add water and let the weed infuse into a liquid medium that is rich in carbs.
- Use whole-grain cereal because it’s healthier than processed cereals
- Serve with some vegan buttery spread for extra flavor (optional)
Recipe variations and substitutions
Flavor substitutions – You can also add sugar in place of honey, maple syrup, or agave nectar! Feel free to experiment with different flavor combinations for yourself because this recipe is versatile enough to work well without many adjustments. And have fun making your own variation! Remember – always stay at home when cooking marijuana recipes and NEVER share them with people outside of your weed circle.
If you want to make cannabis edibles, or regular cannabis in place for the edibles (less than half a gram by max) is recommended if it’s too potent and still gets you high without as intense of an effect as marijuana edibles would have on someone less experienced with pot consumption – but be careful not to overdose!
Cereal of choices such as corn flakes, shredded wheat, or any other cereal that sounds good to you. Substitutes: use rice instead of oats for gluten-free options; swap out the cannabis with regular weed if it’s too potent (less than half a gram by max) and still gets you high but not as intense as edible cannabis would have on someone less experienced with pot consumption.
Further reading on cannabis use in cooking with recipes
Cannabis Oil Infused Buttermilk Waffles by The Culinary Cookery:
The cannabis-infused buttermilk gives the waffle a nice and subtle fruity flavor. For an added twist, top with fresh berries or even some chocolate chips for dessert!;
Stoner’s Favorite Spice Cake (Marijuana) by getting Baked: This cake is so rich it has been called “the world’s most expensive weed brownie.” It tastes like pure joy.;
11 Weed Recipes that Will Give You the Munchies by Leafly: These recipes are perfect if you’re looking to satisfy your cravings without sacrificing taste. A few of them might be considered healthy, others are definitely not – they all have one thing in common: they will satisfy your munchies.;
Cannabis-Infused Ghee by The Weed Collective: This recipe is perfect for anybody who wants to use cannabis but doesn’t want an overpowering weed taste. Add a little of this ghee into any desired dish and you’ll be sure to feel the effects!;
Pot Brownie Recipe by Martha Stewart’s Baking Handbook:
This brownie was made with cocoa powder, ripe banana, honey or sugar, vanilla extract, all-purpose flour, salt, and baking soda together. These ingredients are then mixed up until it becomes like dough before being cooked at 350 degrees Fahrenheit on a greased pan for about 15 minutes until golden brown;
Cocoa Cinnamon Toast by Rachael Ray: This toast is the perfect breakfast to get you going. Prepare it with a dusting of cinnamon and cocoa powder, sprinkle some sugar on top, and voila!;
Cannabis Quinoa Recipe by Marijuana Recipes: In this recipe, we will make cannabis quinoa. For every cup of white rice or brown rice that you use, just add in two tablespoons of weed butter and one teaspoon of salt.;
How To Make Weed Cereal By Leafy Green Kids: The first thing I did was take my favorite cereal (Frosted Flakes) out from the box. I then opened up my pot container and put about half an ounce into each baggie., Next I sealed them back up and put them back in the container.
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