August 10, 2021 3 min read
Cannabutter is extremely versatile and can be used in nearly every recipe and dish imaginable. When it comes to weed edibles, brownies, gummies, and cookies are probably the first things that come to mind. Cannabutter cookies are simple to make, last quite a long time, and are much cheaper to make at home than to buy at a dispensary.
This is one of the most common questions home chefs ask when it comes to cooking with cannabutter. Once prepared and stored correctly in an airtight container in the fridge, cannabutter can last for a very long time. When it comes to reheating, cooking, or baking with cannabutter, it is possible to lose potency and terpenes in the process if the cannabutter gets too hot. The general rule is to never exceed 350 degrees fahrenheit when baking since it is believed that the cannabinoids start to break down around 365 degrees.
Cannabutter is perfect for baking, cooking, or even melting and using as a drizzle. If you’re trying to make weed edibles the easiest way possible, you may be wondering “can you substitute cannabutter for regular butter?” The answer is yes! Any recipe can be “heightened” by substituting all or part of the normal butter for cannabutter. Just be sure to calculate the dosage per serving so you know how much medicine you’re getting with each cookie or slice of pie.
If you’re short on time and need to whip up some weed edibles in a hurry, try this Betty Crocker cannabutter cookies recipe that uses a premade cookie mix and takes just 15-20 minutes total. All you need is the cookie mix of your choice (we love the walnut chocolate chip), a half cup of cannabutter, and one egg. Mix all ingredients together and place on a cookie sheet. Bake at 350 degrees for roughly 10 minutes. For less potent cookies, use a ¼ cup of cannabutter and a ¼ cup of normal butter. This is a super easy edible recipe that is always a crowd pleaser.
Those who are chocolate lovers should try this tasty double chocolate cannabutter cookies recipe that calls for dutch process cocoa powder, white chocolate chips, and semi-sweet chocolate chips for a cocoa overload.
Double chocolate cannabutter cookies recipe
Shortbread cookies are a classic and since the recipe requires so few ingredients, you’ll probably already have everything you need in the pantry. Shortbread calls for a lot of butter, so don’t be afraid to cut back and substitute half (or more) of normal butter if needed. This shortbread cannabutter cookie recipe is elevated with a decadent chocolate dip.
Shortbread cannabutter cookies recipe
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