Dessert

Double Chocolate Chip Canna-Cookies

29-Sep-2016
Double Chocolate Chip Canna-Cookies
Cuisine
Course

Mar 13, 2018 @ 23:25

Double Chocolate anything is a treat. But make it into a cookie and it’s like double prizes. Make these cookies especially amazing by using the best chocolate you can find.

This recipe was offered courtesy of our very good friend and amazing pastry Chef Debbie Epstein of Debbie Does Dough in Napa, California. We hope that you and your friends enjoy it.

How to add cannabutter to this recipe and make it an edible:

To make this recipe into an edible, we’ve added cannabutter to it and this is how you determine the right amount of cannabutter to use.

As part of a cannabis-infused meal

If this dish is part of a three-course edibles meal – as in appetizer, entree, and dessert, then each of those 3 courses should have 1/3 of a per-person quantity of cannabutter – per serving. So each of your guests would have received a full dose of cannabutter by the end of the meal.

Add a 1/3 of a per-person quantity of cannabutter to the recipe for every serving the recipe yields.

As a single serving edible

If this will be the only offering of the day infused with cannabis, then add one full per-person quantity of cannabutter to the recipe for every serving the recipe yields.

If the cannabutter you added was less than what the recipe called for, then add the remaining butter you need using regular butter.

Salted or unsalted cannabutter

Something to always pay attention to in a recipe is if it calls for regular or unsalted butter. It will make a big difference if a recipe calls for unsalted butter plus salt – and instead you use regular salted butter and and add salt. You may have just doubled the salt the recipe calls for and the amazing taste from your results is gone. Salt, like all the other ingredients in your recipe, is a very careful blend of flavors and notes.

Unless you’re eating a potato chip, salt plays a supporting role in a recipe. If all you have is salted butter, then you should be able to eliminate the salt that recipe calls for – sample your work as you cook to decide.

How to determine a per-person dose of cannabutter

For instructions on how to arrive at a single per-person quantity of cannabutter, please refer to the instructions here.

Arriving at what makes for a good per-person amount of cannabutter is a bit of a process, so don’t wait until the last minute to work through this step.

For more information

You can find further reading here about making infused foods. Please refer to the following posts.

Double Chocolate Chip Canna-Cookies
Double Chocolate Chip Canna-Cookies
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
24 People 25 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
9 - 12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
24 People 25 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
9 - 12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Double Chocolate Chip Canna-Cookies
Double Chocolate Chip Canna-Cookies
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
24 People 25 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
9 - 12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
24 People 25 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
9 - 12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Ingredients
Servings: People
Recipe Notes

Setup_________________________________________________________________

Read and understand the recipe first!

Gather all the listed ingredients

Gather the following tools and supplies:

- Double boiler - or one large and one small sauce pans

- Flour sifter

- 1 medium and 1 Large mixing bowls

- Mixing spoon

- Ice cream scoop

- 2 large cookie sheets

- Parchment paper

- Oven Thermometer

- Wire cooling rack

Preparation_________________________________________________________________

1. Melt 1½ cups chocolate chips over double boiler – LOW heat. If you don't have a double boiler, put the chocolate in a small sauce pan and 2 cups of water in the large sauce pan and then sit the small sauce pan in that water. Bring to a boil on low heat. While it's warming up, start the recipe.

2. When melted, remove from heat and let cool 5 minutes.

3. Mix butter, sugar, brown sugar and eggs until smooth.

4. Sift together flour, baking soda and salt

5. Mix melted chocolate into butter, sugar, egg mixture.

6. Add vanilla extract.

7. Add flour mixture.

8. Mix in remaining 1½ cups chocolate chips.

Baking_________________________________________________________________

1. When ready to bake, preheat oven to 350 degrees - check with thermometer.

2. Cover baking sheets with parchment paper or a nonstick baking mat.

3. Scoop dough onto baking sheet using an ice cream scoop for uniform size - do not press to flatten dough on sheet

4. Bake for about 9 minutes (slightly longer if you prefer crispy texture).

5. Let cool on pan for 5 minutes before removing to wire rack to cool completely.

Repeat with remaining dough, or freeze and bake remaining dough to bake later.

Double Chocolate Chip Canna-Cookies
Double Chocolate Chip Canna-Cookies
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
24 People 25 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
9 - 12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
24 People 25 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
9 - 12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Double Chocolate Chip Canna-Cookies
Double Chocolate Chip Canna-Cookies
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
24 People 25 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
9 - 12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
24 People 25 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
9 - 12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Ingredients
Servings: People
Recipe Notes

Setup_________________________________________________________________

Read and understand the recipe first!

Gather all the listed ingredients

Gather the following tools and supplies:

- Double boiler - or one large and one small sauce pans

- Flour sifter

- 1 medium and 1 Large mixing bowls

- Mixing spoon

- Ice cream scoop

- 2 large cookie sheets

- Parchment paper

- Oven Thermometer

- Wire cooling rack

Preparation_________________________________________________________________

1. Melt 1½ cups chocolate chips over double boiler – LOW heat. If you don't have a double boiler, put the chocolate in a small sauce pan and 2 cups of water in the large sauce pan and then sit the small sauce pan in that water. Bring to a boil on low heat. While it's warming up, start the recipe.

2. When melted, remove from heat and let cool 5 minutes.

3. Mix butter, sugar, brown sugar and eggs until smooth.

4. Sift together flour, baking soda and salt

5. Mix melted chocolate into butter, sugar, egg mixture.

6. Add vanilla extract.

7. Add flour mixture.

8. Mix in remaining 1½ cups chocolate chips.

Baking_________________________________________________________________

1. When ready to bake, preheat oven to 350 degrees - check with thermometer.

2. Cover baking sheets with parchment paper or a nonstick baking mat.

3. Scoop dough onto baking sheet using an ice cream scoop for uniform size - do not press to flatten dough on sheet

4. Bake for about 9 minutes (slightly longer if you prefer crispy texture).

5. Let cool on pan for 5 minutes before removing to wire rack to cool completely.

Repeat with remaining dough, or freeze and bake remaining dough to bake later.

The Classic Chocolate Chip Cookie

16-Sep-2016
Classic Chocolate Chip Cookie
Cuisine
Course

Mar 13, 2018 @ 23:26

Who does not have fond childhood memories of chocolate chip cookies. Fill the house with the smell of these coming out of the oven and you will want to spend the afternoon curled up on the couch with a plateful and a glass of milk and an old movie – a perfect day.

This recipe was offered courtesy of A good friend and amazing pastry Chef Debbie Epstein of Debbie Does Dough right here in Napa, California. We hope that you and your friends enjoy it.

How to add cannabutter to this recipe and make it an edible:

To make this recipe into an edible, we’ve added cannabutter to it and this is how you determine the right amount of cannabutter to use.

As part of a cannabis-infused meal

If this dish is part of a three-course edibles meal – as in appetizer, entree, and dessert, then each of those 3 courses should have 1/3 of a per-person quantity of cannabutter – per serving. So each of your guests would have received a full dose of cannabutter by the end of the meal.

Add a 1/3 of a per-person quantity of cannabutter to the recipe for every serving the recipe yields.

As a single serving edible

If this will be the only offering of the day infused with cannabis, then add one full per-person quantity of cannabutter to the recipe for every serving the recipe yields.

If the cannabutter you added was less than what the recipe called for, then add the remaining butter you need using regular butter.

Salted or unsalted cannabutter

Something to always pay attention to in a recipe is if it calls for regular or unsalted butter. It will make a big difference if a recipe calls for unsalted butter plus salt – and instead you use regular salted butter and and add salt. You may have just doubled the salt the recipe calls for and the amazing taste from your results is gone. Salt, like all the other ingredients in your recipe, is a very careful blend of flavors and notes.

Unless you’re eating a potato chip, salt plays a supporting role in a recipe. If all you have is salted butter, then you should be able to eliminate the salt that recipe calls for – sample your work as you cook to decide.

How to determine a per-person dose of cannabutter

For instructions on how to arrive at a single per-person quantity of cannabutter, please refer to the instructions here.

Arriving at what makes for a good per-person amount of cannabutter is a bit of a process, so don’t wait until the last minute to work through this step.

For more information

You can find further reading here about making infused foods. Please refer to the following posts.

Classic Chocolate Chip Cookie
The Classic Chocolate Chip Cookie
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
40 1-ounce cookies 30 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
10-12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
40 1-ounce cookies 30 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
10-12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Classic Chocolate Chip Cookie
The Classic Chocolate Chip Cookie
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
40 1-ounce cookies 30 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
10-12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
40 1-ounce cookies 30 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
10-12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Ingredients
Servings: 1-ounce cookies
Recipe Notes

Setup_________________________________________________________________

Read and understand the recipe first!

Gather all the listed ingredients

Gather the following tools and supplies:

- Electric mixer (if you have one) with a paddle

- Flour sifter

- 1 medium and 1 Large mixing bowls

- Mixing spoon

- 2 large cookie sheets

- Parchment paper

- Oven Thermometer

- Wire cooling rack

Preparation_________________________________________________________________

1. Sift flour, baking soda, baking powder and salt into a bowl. Set aside.

2. Using a mixer fitted with paddle attachment, set speed to medium and cream butter and sugars together until very light, about 5 minutes.

3. Add egg, mix well.

4. Stir in the vanilla.

5. Reduce mixer speed to low, add dry ingredients and mix until just combined, 5 to 10 seconds.

6. Add chocolate chips/chunks.

7. Chill in fridge for 5 minutes before scooping.

8. When ready to bake, preheat oven to 350 degrees - check with thermometer.

9. Cover baking sheets with parchment paper or a nonstick baking mat.

10. Scoop dough onto baking sheet using an ice cream scoop for uniform size - do not press to flatten dough on sheet

11. Optional: Sprinkle lightly with sea salt

Baking_________________________________________________________________

1. Bake until golden brown but still soft, 10-12 minutes.

2. Transfer sheet to a wire rack for 10 minutes, then slip cookies onto another rack to cool a bit more.

Repeat with remaining dough, or freeze remaining dough and bake later.

Classic Chocolate Chip Cookie
The Classic Chocolate Chip Cookie
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
40 1-ounce cookies 30 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
10-12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
40 1-ounce cookies 30 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
10-12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Classic Chocolate Chip Cookie
The Classic Chocolate Chip Cookie
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
40 1-ounce cookies 30 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
10-12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
40 1-ounce cookies 30 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
10-12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Ingredients
Servings: 1-ounce cookies
Recipe Notes

Setup_________________________________________________________________

Read and understand the recipe first!

Gather all the listed ingredients

Gather the following tools and supplies:

- Electric mixer (if you have one) with a paddle

- Flour sifter

- 1 medium and 1 Large mixing bowls

- Mixing spoon

- 2 large cookie sheets

- Parchment paper

- Oven Thermometer

- Wire cooling rack

Preparation_________________________________________________________________

1. Sift flour, baking soda, baking powder and salt into a bowl. Set aside.

2. Using a mixer fitted with paddle attachment, set speed to medium and cream butter and sugars together until very light, about 5 minutes.

3. Add egg, mix well.

4. Stir in the vanilla.

5. Reduce mixer speed to low, add dry ingredients and mix until just combined, 5 to 10 seconds.

6. Add chocolate chips/chunks.

7. Chill in fridge for 5 minutes before scooping.

8. When ready to bake, preheat oven to 350 degrees - check with thermometer.

9. Cover baking sheets with parchment paper or a nonstick baking mat.

10. Scoop dough onto baking sheet using an ice cream scoop for uniform size - do not press to flatten dough on sheet

11. Optional: Sprinkle lightly with sea salt

Baking_________________________________________________________________

1. Bake until golden brown but still soft, 10-12 minutes.

2. Transfer sheet to a wire rack for 10 minutes, then slip cookies onto another rack to cool a bit more.

Repeat with remaining dough, or freeze remaining dough and bake later.

Dark Chocolate Fig Canna-Cookies

16-Sep-2016
Chocolate Fug Cookie
Cuisine
Course
Serves 24 medium-sized cookies Individual Cookies
Equipment
Hand Mixer or Stand Mixer
Standard baking equipment - bowls, spoons , Measuring Cups and Spoons, Cooling Rack, Cookie Sheets
Prep time
30m
Cook Time
10m

Mar 13, 2018 @ 23:26

These cookies are so amazing that you should only set out a few at a time. These delightful items will stop the conversation until someone breaks the silence by offering high praise followed by gentle prying for the recipe.

This item was offered courtesy of a very good friend and amazing pastry Chef Debbie Epstein of Debbie Does Dough in Napa, California. We hope that you and your friends enjoy it.

How to add cannabutter to this recipe and make it an edible:

To make this recipe into an edible, we’ve added cannabutter to it and this is how you determine the right amount of cannabutter to use.

As part of a cannabis-infused meal

If this dish is part of a three-course edibles meal – as in appetizer, entree, and dessert, then each of those 3 courses should have 1/3 of a per-person quantity of cannabutter – per serving. So each of your guests would have received a full dose of cannabutter by the end of the meal.

Add a 1/3 of a per-person quantity of cannabutter to the recipe for every serving the recipe yields.

As a single serving edible

If this will be the only offering of the day infused with cannabis, then add one full per-person quantity of cannabutter to the recipe for every serving the recipe yields.

If the cannabutter you added was less than what the recipe called for, then add the remaining butter you need using regular butter.

Salted or unsalted cannabutter

Something to always pay attention to in a recipe is if it calls for regular or unsalted butter. It will make a big difference if a recipe calls for unsalted butter plus salt – and instead you use regular salted butter and and add salt. You may have just doubled the salt the recipe calls for and the amazing taste from your results is gone. Salt, like all the other ingredients in your recipe, is a very careful blend of flavors and notes.

Unless you’re eating a potato chip, salt plays a supporting role in a recipe. If all you have is salted butter, then you should be able to eliminate the salt that recipe calls for – sample your work as you cook to decide.

How to determine a per-person dose of cannabutter

For instructions on how to arrive at a single per-person quantity of cannabutter, please refer to the instructions here.

Arriving at what makes for a good per-person amount of cannabutter is a bit of a process, so don’t wait until the last minute to work through this step.

For more information

You can find further reading here about making infused foods. Please refer to the following posts.

Chocolate Fug Cookie
Dark Chocolate Fig Canna-Cookies
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
24 medium-sized cookies 30 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
10-12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
24 medium-sized cookies 30 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
10-12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Chocolate Fug Cookie
Dark Chocolate Fig Canna-Cookies
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
24 medium-sized cookies 30 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
10-12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
24 medium-sized cookies 30 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
10-12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Ingredients
Servings: medium-sized cookies
Recipe Notes

Setup_________________________________________________________________

Read and understand the recipe first!

Gather all the listed ingredients

Gather the following tools and supplies:

- Electric mixer (if you have one) with a paddle

- Flour sifter

- 1 medium and 1 Large mixing bowls

- Mixing spoon

- French whisk

- Ice cream scoop

- 2 large cookie sheets

- Parchment paper

- Oven Thermometer

- Wire cooling rack

Preparation_________________________________________________________________

1. In a medium bowl, sift flour and whisk in cocoa, baking soda and salt. Set aside.

2. Using a mixer fitted with paddle attachment, mix together in a large bowl butter, sugar and vanilla extract until light and creamy, about 3 minutes.


3. Scrape down the sides of the bowl to consolidate the ingredients then beat in eggs.

4. Switch the mixer to the low and gradually add in flour mixture until just combined.

5. Stir in chocolate chips and dried figs by hand.

Baking_________________________________________________________________

1. When ready to bake, preheat oven to 350 degrees - check with thermometer.

2. Cover baking sheets with parchment paper or silpat baking mats.

3. Scoop dough onto baking sheet using an ice cream scoop for uniform size - do not press to flatten dough on sheet

5. Bake for 10-12 minutes (for soft and chewy) or 12-14 minutes (for slightly firmer).

6. Set sheets on a wire rack for 10 minutes, then slip cookies off and onto another rack to cool a bit more.

Repeat with remaining dough, or freeze remaining dough and bake later.

Chocolate Fug Cookie
Dark Chocolate Fig Canna-Cookies
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
24 medium-sized cookies 30 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
10-12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
24 medium-sized cookies 30 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
10-12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Chocolate Fug Cookie
Dark Chocolate Fig Canna-Cookies
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
24 medium-sized cookies 30 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
10-12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
24 medium-sized cookies 30 Minutes
Cook Time Passive Time
10-12 Minutes 5 Minutes
Ingredients
Servings: medium-sized cookies
Recipe Notes

Setup_________________________________________________________________

Read and understand the recipe first!

Gather all the listed ingredients

Gather the following tools and supplies:

- Electric mixer (if you have one) with a paddle

- Flour sifter

- 1 medium and 1 Large mixing bowls

- Mixing spoon

- French whisk

- Ice cream scoop

- 2 large cookie sheets

- Parchment paper

- Oven Thermometer

- Wire cooling rack

Preparation_________________________________________________________________

1. In a medium bowl, sift flour and whisk in cocoa, baking soda and salt. Set aside.

2. Using a mixer fitted with paddle attachment, mix together in a large bowl butter, sugar and vanilla extract until light and creamy, about 3 minutes.


3. Scrape down the sides of the bowl to consolidate the ingredients then beat in eggs.

4. Switch the mixer to the low and gradually add in flour mixture until just combined.

5. Stir in chocolate chips and dried figs by hand.

Baking_________________________________________________________________

1. When ready to bake, preheat oven to 350 degrees - check with thermometer.

2. Cover baking sheets with parchment paper or silpat baking mats.

3. Scoop dough onto baking sheet using an ice cream scoop for uniform size - do not press to flatten dough on sheet

5. Bake for 10-12 minutes (for soft and chewy) or 12-14 minutes (for slightly firmer).

6. Set sheets on a wire rack for 10 minutes, then slip cookies off and onto another rack to cool a bit more.

Repeat with remaining dough, or freeze remaining dough and bake later.

Kahlua Chocolate Sauce Topping

14-Oct-2015
Chocolate Sauce In Bowl Image
Cuisine
Course

Mar 13, 2018 @ 23:28

What will make your guests quietly smile when they remember your dinner? The Kahlúa Chocolate Sauce on the ice cream. And you’ll smile too for how amazingly simple it was to make. This tasty item was created by Kate Ewald, and it is a joy to share with you. Thank you, Kate.

Kate’s recipe is great by itself, but she offers an interesting alternate ingredient – a Homemade Coffee-Flavored Liqueur – to use in place of the Kahlua. Just know that there is no rushing this recipe; it takes three to six weeks to mature.

How to add cannabutter to this recipe and make it an edible:

To make this recipe into an edible, we’ve added cannabutter to it and this is how you determine the right amount of cannabutter to use.

As part of a cannabis-infused meal

If this dish is part of a three-course edibles meal – as in appetizer, entree, and dessert, then each of those 3 courses should have 1/3 of a per-person quantity of cannabutter – per serving. So each of your guests would have received a full dose of cannabutter by the end of the meal.

Add a 1/3 of a per-person quantity of cannabutter to the recipe for every serving the recipe yields.

As a single serving edible

If this will be the only offering of the day infused with cannabis, then add one full per-person quantity of cannabutter to the recipe for every serving the recipe yields.

If the cannabutter you added was less than what the recipe called for, then add the remaining butter you need using regular butter.

Salted or unsalted cannabutter

Something to always pay attention to in a recipe is if it calls for regular or unsalted butter. It will make a big difference if a recipe calls for unsalted butter plus salt – and instead you use regular salted butter and and add salt. You may have just doubled the salt the recipe calls for and the amazing taste from your results is gone. Salt, like all the other ingredients in your recipe, is a very careful blend of flavors and notes.

Unless you’re eating a potato chip, salt plays a supporting role in a recipe. If all you have is salted butter, then you should be able to eliminate the salt that recipe calls for – sample your work as you cook to decide.

How to determine a per-person dose of cannabutter

For instructions on how to arrive at a single per-person quantity of cannabutter, please refer to the instructions here.

Arriving at what makes for a good per-person amount of cannabutter is a bit of a process, so don’t wait until the last minute to work through this step.

For more information

You can find further reading here about making infused foods. Please refer to the following posts.

Chocolate Sauce In Bowl Image
Kahlua Chocolate Sauce Topping
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
10 People 20 Minutes
Cook Time
10 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
10 People 20 Minutes
Cook Time
10 Minutes
Chocolate Sauce In Bowl Image
Kahlua Chocolate Sauce Topping
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
10 People 20 Minutes
Cook Time
10 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
10 People 20 Minutes
Cook Time
10 Minutes
Ingredients
Chocolate Sauce
Ice Cream
Servings: People
Recipe Notes

Setup_________________________________________________________________

Read and understand the recipe first!

Gather all the listed ingredients

Gather the following tools and supplies:

1. Small heavy sauce pan (being heavy helps the pan distribute heat better)

2. French whisk

3. Ice cream scoop

4. Rubber or silicon spatula

5. Teaspoon

Preparation_________________________________________________________________

1. Combine chocolate, liqueur, and whipping cream in heavy small saucepan.

2. Whisk over medium heat until melted and smooth.

3. Add in 10 per-person doses of cannabutter - important - blend in cannabutter VERY thoroughly

Prepare------------------------------------------------------------

Scoop ice cream into dessert dishes or goblets.

Spoon 3 tablespoons of warm sauce over ice cream for each of 10 servings. 3 tablespoons is equal to one serving per person. If you are serving less than 10, you can save the leftover chocolate in the fridge for later.

Serve with a smile-----------------------------------------------------------------

Serve along with your choice of a small glass of additional Homemade Coffee-Flavored Liqueur or Kahlúa liqueur.

Chocolate Sauce In Bowl Image
Kahlua Chocolate Sauce Topping
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
10 People 20 Minutes
Cook Time
10 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
10 People 20 Minutes
Cook Time
10 Minutes
Chocolate Sauce In Bowl Image
Kahlua Chocolate Sauce Topping
Print Recipe
Servings Prep Time
10 People 20 Minutes
Cook Time
10 Minutes
Servings Prep Time
10 People 20 Minutes
Cook Time
10 Minutes
Ingredients
Chocolate Sauce
Ice Cream
Servings: People
Recipe Notes

Setup_________________________________________________________________

Read and understand the recipe first!

Gather all the listed ingredients

Gather the following tools and supplies:

1. Small heavy sauce pan (being heavy helps the pan distribute heat better)

2. French whisk

3. Ice cream scoop

4. Rubber or silicon spatula

5. Teaspoon

Preparation_________________________________________________________________

1. Combine chocolate, liqueur, and whipping cream in heavy small saucepan.

2. Whisk over medium heat until melted and smooth.

3. Add in 10 per-person doses of cannabutter - important - blend in cannabutter VERY thoroughly

Prepare------------------------------------------------------------

Scoop ice cream into dessert dishes or goblets.

Spoon 3 tablespoons of warm sauce over ice cream for each of 10 servings. 3 tablespoons is equal to one serving per person. If you are serving less than 10, you can save the leftover chocolate in the fridge for later.

Serve with a smile-----------------------------------------------------------------

Serve along with your choice of a small glass of additional Homemade Coffee-Flavored Liqueur or Kahlúa liqueur.

Happy Apple Pie

16-Sep-2015
Apple Pie Fresh out of the oven
Course
Serves 6 Slices
Equipment
Large sharp kitchen knife
Sauce pan
Assorted kitchen spoons and spatulas
Measuring spoons
Measuring cup
Cutting board
Prep time
45m
Cook Time
1h 0m

Few things fill the house with an inviting aroma more than sweet things out of the oven. This edible apple pie is perfect for serving your guests for an early start to a very pleasant afternoon.

This recipe was offered courtesy of JeffThe420Chef and we hope you and your friends enjoy it.

How to add cannabutter to this recipe and make it an edible:

To make this recipe into an edible, we’ve added cannabutter to it and this is how you determine the right amount of cannabutter to use.

As part of a cannabis-infused meal

If this dish is part of a three-course edibles meal – as in appetizer, entree, and dessert, then each of those 3 courses should have 1/3 of a per-person quantity of cannabutter – per serving. So each of your guests would have received a full dose of cannabutter by the end of the meal.

Add a 1/3 of a per-person quantity of cannabutter to the recipe for every serving the recipe yields.

As a single serving edible

If this will be the only offering of the day infused with cannabis, then add one full per-person quantity of cannabutter to the recipe for every serving the recipe yields.

If the cannabutter you added was less than what the recipe called for, then add the remaining butter you need using regular butter.

Salted or unsalted cannabutter

Something to always pay attention to in a recipe is if it calls for regular or unsalted butter. It will make a big difference if a recipe calls for unsalted butter plus salt – and instead you use regular salted butter and and add salt. You may have just doubled the salt the recipe calls for and the amazing taste from your results is gone. Salt, like all the other ingredients in your recipe, is a very careful blend of flavors and notes.

Unless you’re eating a potato chip, salt plays a supporting role in a recipe. If all you have is salted butter, then you should be able to eliminate the salt that recipe calls for – sample your work as you cook to decide.

How to determine a per-person dose of cannabutter

For instructions on how to arrive at a single per-person quantity of cannabutter, please refer to the instructions here.

Arriving at what makes for a good per-person amount of cannabutter is a bit of a process, so don’t wait until the last minute to work through this step.

For more information

You can find further reading here about making infused foods. Please refer to the following posts.

Apple Pie Fresh out of the oven
Happy Apple Pie
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Apple Pie Fresh out of the oven
Happy Apple Pie
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Apple Pie Fresh out of the oven
Happy Apple Pie
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Apple Pie Fresh out of the oven
Happy Apple Pie
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Vegan Cinnamon Molasses Canna-Cookies

16-Sep-2015
Vegan Cinnamon Sorghum CannaCookies Image
Course
Serves 24 Cookies
Equipment
Measuring spoons
Large wooden mixing spoons
Mixing bowls
Glass bowl
Baking Pan
Parchment Paper
Flour sifter
Air-tight container
Prep time
25m
Cook Time
11m

A delightful item to dip in your coffee.

This recipe was offered courtesy of JeffThe420Chef and we hope you and your friends enjoy it.

How to add cannabutter to this recipe and make it an edible:

To make this recipe into an edible, we’ve added cannabutter to it and this is how you determine the right amount of cannabutter to use.

As part of a cannabis-infused meal

If this dish is part of a three-course edibles meal – as in appetizer, entree, and dessert, then each of those 3 courses should have 1/3 of a per-person quantity of cannabutter – per serving. So each of your guests would have received a full dose of cannabutter by the end of the meal.

Add a 1/3 of a per-person quantity of cannabutter to the recipe for every serving the recipe yields.

As a single serving edible

If this will be the only offering of the day infused with cannabis, then add one full per-person quantity of cannabutter to the recipe for every serving the recipe yields.

If the cannabutter you added was less than what the recipe called for, then add the remaining butter you need using regular butter.

Salted or unsalted cannabutter

Something to always pay attention to in a recipe is if it calls for regular or unsalted butter. It will make a big difference if a recipe calls for unsalted butter plus salt – and instead you use regular salted butter and and add salt. You may have just doubled the salt the recipe calls for and the amazing taste from your results is gone. Salt, like all the other ingredients in your recipe, is a very careful blend of flavors and notes.

Unless you’re eating a potato chip, salt plays a supporting role in a recipe. If all you have is salted butter, then you should be able to eliminate the salt that recipe calls for – sample your work as you cook to decide.

How to determine a per-person dose of cannabutter

For instructions on how to arrive at a single per-person quantity of cannabutter, please refer to the instructions here.

Arriving at what makes for a good per-person amount of cannabutter is a bit of a process, so don’t wait until the last minute to work through this step.

For more information

You can find further reading here about making infused foods. Please refer to the following posts.

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BudBunnies

15-Sep-2015
Canna Bunnie Bites photo
Course
Serves 12 Individual Bunny Servings
Equipment
Mini-Bunny mold pan (Wilton makes one)
Non-stick cooking spray
Large Mixing Bowl
French Whisk
Large Wooden Spoons
Measuring Spoons
Silicone Spatula
Toothpicks
Decorating Bag or Ziplock Bag
Parchment paper
Prep time
1h 30m
Cook Time
25m

This tasty little bite-size chocolate bunny buzz is sure to help make your afternoon a delight.

This recipe was offered courtesy of JeffThe420Chef and we hope you and your friends enjoy it.

How to add cannabutter to this recipe and make it an edible:

To make this recipe into an edible, we’ve added cannabutter to it and this is how you determine the right amount of cannabutter to use.

As part of a cannabis-infused meal

If this dish is part of a three-course edibles meal – as in appetizer, entree, and dessert, then each of those 3 courses should have 1/3 of a per-person quantity of cannabutter – per serving. So each of your guests would have received a full dose of cannabutter by the end of the meal.

Add a 1/3 of a per-person quantity of cannabutter to the recipe for every serving the recipe yields.

As a single serving edible

If this will be the only offering of the day infused with cannabis, then add one full per-person quantity of cannabutter to the recipe for every serving the recipe yields.

If the cannabutter you added was less than what the recipe called for, then add the remaining butter you need using regular butter.

Salted or unsalted cannabutter

Something to always pay attention to in a recipe is if it calls for regular or unsalted butter. It will make a big difference if a recipe calls for unsalted butter plus salt – and instead you use regular salted butter and and add salt. You may have just doubled the salt the recipe calls for and the amazing taste from your results is gone. Salt, like all the other ingredients in your recipe, is a very careful blend of flavors and notes.

Unless you’re eating a potato chip, salt plays a supporting role in a recipe. If all you have is salted butter, then you should be able to eliminate the salt that recipe calls for – sample your work as you cook to decide.

How to determine a per-person dose of cannabutter

For instructions on how to arrive at a single per-person quantity of cannabutter, please refer to the instructions here.

Arriving at what makes for a good per-person amount of cannabutter is a bit of a process, so don’t wait until the last minute to work through this step.

For more information

You can find further reading here about making infused foods. Please refer to the following posts.

Canna Bunnie Bites photo
BudBunnies
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Canna Bunnie Bites photo
BudBunnies
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BudBunnies
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Cheese Cake

13-Sep-2015
Canna-Pecan+Crusted++Buttermilk+CheeseCake+2
Course
Serves 6 Slices
Equipment
Pie Pan
Mixing Bowel
Large Spoon
Prep time
1m
Cook Time
45m

You should only bring out a Classic Cheese Cake on fine white china for your guests for special occasions – or no occasion at all. This speaks to how loved this item is and how easily it graces any table at any time. Creamy and delicately sweet, the best cheese cake is as much an experience as it is a dessert.

JeffThe420Chef kindly offered this recipe and we hope you and your friends enjoy it.

How to add cannabutter to this recipe and make it an edible:

To make this recipe into an edible, we’ve added cannabutter to it and this is how you determine the right amount of cannabutter to use.

As part of a cannabis-infused meal

If this dish is part of a three-course edibles meal – as in appetizer, entree, and dessert, then each of those 3 courses should have 1/3 of a per-person quantity of cannabutter – per serving. So each of your guests would have received a full dose of cannabutter by the end of the meal.

Add a 1/3 of a per-person quantity of cannabutter to the recipe for every serving the recipe yields.

As a single serving edible

If this will be the only offering of the day infused with cannabis, then add one full per-person quantity of cannabutter to the recipe for every serving the recipe yields.

If the cannabutter you added was less than what the recipe called for, then add the remaining butter you need using regular butter.

Salted or unsalted cannabutter

Something to always pay attention to in a recipe is if it calls for regular or unsalted butter. It will make a big difference if a recipe calls for unsalted butter plus salt – and instead you use regular salted butter and and add salt. You may have just doubled the salt the recipe calls for and the amazing taste from your results is gone. Salt, like all the other ingredients in your recipe, is a very careful blend of flavors and notes.

Unless you’re eating a potato chip, salt plays a supporting role in a recipe. If all you have is salted butter, then you should be able to eliminate the salt that recipe calls for – sample your work as you cook to decide.

How to determine a per-person dose of cannabutter

For instructions on how to arrive at a single per-person quantity of cannabutter, please refer to the instructions here.

Arriving at what makes for a good per-person amount of cannabutter is a bit of a process, so don’t wait until the last minute to work through this step.

For more information

You can find further reading here about making infused foods. Please refer to the following posts.

Canna-Pecan+Crusted++Buttermilk+CheeseCake+2
Cheese Cake
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Canna-Pecan+Crusted++Buttermilk+CheeseCake+2
Cheese Cake
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Canna-Pecan+Crusted++Buttermilk+CheeseCake+2
Cheese Cake
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Canna-Pecan+Crusted++Buttermilk+CheeseCake+2
Cheese Cake
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