The first and hardest step to cooking with cannabis is to make the oil or butter. When heated with butter/oil the THC in weed activates and binds to the fat, thus infusing the butter/oil with THC. Traditionally, we hear about weed butter but when it comes to which fat to use, go for coconut oil. Since coconut oil has a higher quantity of saturated fats than butter and olive oil, more THC can be absorbed.
You can substitute your cannabis infused coconut oil into any recipe calling for coconut oil or butter. Substituting coconut oil for butter is a 1 to 1 ratio.
Cannabis Coconut Oil
- 1 cup of virgin coconut oil
- ¼ ounce of cannabis
- Preheat oven to 290°F.
- Grind the weed finely to create more surface area and extract the most THC.
- Decarb (or decarboxylate) your weed. This step is sensitive, so keep an eye on your weed to make sure it doesn’t burn. Basically, you’re toasting the weed to heat activate it. Put your weed on a pan or in a tinfoil pouch and then pop it in the oven for 7 minutes. Don’t burn it!
- Take the toasted out, and turn oven down to 250°F. Give it some time to cool down.
- While the oven is cooling off, melt the coconut oil in the microwave.
- Mix your decarbed/toasted weed with the melted coconut oil in an oven safe dish. Cover with foil and put in the oven for 60 minutes.
- After 60 minutes, remove the dish and let cool for a few minutes. Filter out the weed bits with a strainer, coffee filter, or cheesecloth. You can use the oil as is or let it solidify in the fridge.
If you’re trying to eat your weed, you don’t want to spend hours in the kitchen to make it happen. And you also don’t want to have to spend a fortune on ingredients. Which is why we love these 4-ingredient cannabis peanut butter cookies. They taste amazing, they’re low-dose (so you can eat more than one!), and we can nearly guarantee that you have all the ingredients in your cupboard right now. So let’s get mixing so you can get your perfect high.
These simple peanut butter cookies combine just four ingredients and only makes two dozen cookies – which is perfect when you don’t want to spend all day in the kitchen. You can have a craving for Cannabis Peanut Butter Cookies and have them coming out of the oven in 20 minutes or less.
BEFORE YOU GET STARTED
If you’re new to cooking with cannabis, you’ll want to learn more about getting started. It’s not hard to cook with cannabis, but there are a few things you’ll need to understand first. For this recipe, you’ll need to know:
- How to Decarb your Weed
- How to Make CannaButter
- Our dosing guidelines (how much you’ll want to eat to find your perfect high). This recipe makes 24 servings.
A reader recently asked if I had a peanut butter cookies recipe. I could not believe I had never published one before.
In most cases I favor all-natural peanut butter, you know the kind that usually has a thick layer of oil on top and is made from just peanuts and salt. However, all-natural peanut butter does NOT make the best peanut butter cookies! They come out kind of grainy and dry (as I learned the hard way). So, for this recipe, I recommend something like Jif or Skippy. Either creamy or crunchy style will do, as to your preference for chunks or no chunks.
I use marijuana-infused butter to medicate this recipe. My How to Make Cannabis Butter tutorial will teach you how to make it.
Chilling the dough before baking helps keep the cookies from spreading out too much, although if you are impatient, you can skip this step, but expect thinner cookies.
Freezer Friendly Cannabis Peanut Butter Cookies
For hot medicated cookies anytime, freeze individual unbaked cookies on a waxed paper-lined baking sheet. Once frozen, transfer to a plastic freezer container or bag. Whenever you want a medicated treat, remove however many cookies you want at a time and bake according to recipe instructions, adding a minute or two to the baking time.
A note about the Dosing on this recipe!
This recipe will have about 25 mg THC per cookie IF you made your marijuana butter from average cannabis (10% THC) and used 1/2 ounce of marijuana to make 1 cup butter. To adjust the dosage for your personal needs and to reflect the strength of the marijuana you are cooking with and the amounts you used to make your butter, be sure to take my FREE 10 minute online Dosing Class that will teach you how to do it, or better yet, use my handy dosage calculator tools that do all the math for you (see below).
We source fresh hemp flower from local Wisconsin farmers and manufacture this product in-house. Our CBD Baking Oil contains CBD concentrate made with solventless extraction and no added preservatives!
Again, there are no solvents used in the hemp extraction process like the majority of other retailer’s products out there.
All you get is the straight CBD concentrate from our in-house processed hemp flower infused into MCT oil. Some would call this organic processing.
Also, it is half the cost of 95% of all other CBD oils on the market, since you are buying right from us – the manufacturer!
We recommend making this simple CBD peanut butter cookie recipe exactly how it is detailed out below. This way, you won’t mess with the CBD dosage.
If you are interested in making some changes to the recipe, please check out the notes section of this recipe on how to calculate and make sure your CBD dosage is right for you!
Bake and get baked with these peanut butter pot cookies for vegans. A fabulous 4-step recipe any vegan stoner can make. Peanut butter is an amazing way to pack in healthy fats and long lasting calories. In cookie form, peanut butter is one of the best treats for any one, vegan or not.
Fun fact, there are six cities in the U.S. named Peanut: Peanut, California; Lower Peanut, Pennsylvania; Upper Peanut, Pennsylvania; Peanut, Pennsylvania, Peanut, Tennessee; and Peanut West Virginia. That doesn’t matter, but it’s a cool fact to know to top other wannabe peanut lovers.
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I’m not really a fan of peanut butter. Is there an adaptation without it? Thank you so much!
Hi! I tried your recipe last night and it turned out really good! And I finally know why eggs have to be room temp in cooking! Thank you for your recipe.