Peanut Butter is a staple in this house. Literally I can count four jars of peanut butter, not including my almond butter. What can I say, Peanut Butter is G.O.A.T and the amount of PB&J’s I eat is impressive.
Since I have so much peanut butter, and it is a staple, I thought might as well turn it into an edible!
Originally this was to be an Infused Peanut Butter and Jelly Tutorial but purchasing strawberries is difficult and has been limited to two containers of strawberries. I will make a jelly recipe at some other time, but let’s be honest Peanut Butter is the true star of the show.
As is the case with my recipes, they are quick and easy! Plus require little clean up because that’s the last thing that I want to do while stoned.
For this recipe you will need
1 cup Natural Peanut Butter (One that separates is perfect, as you can dump out the oil on top)
3 tbs CannaOil or CannaButter
Fork or Spatula for Stirring
Immersion Blender or Whisk
Glass Measuring Cup
Pot with water.
To start, place water in a pot and place this on the stove with medium low heat.
Place 1 cup of peanut butter and 3 tbs cannaoil into the glass measuring cup. Place this cup into the water on the stove.
Using a fork or spatula, mix the peanut butter to help liquify. Once liquid, use a whisk or immersion blender to stir for another five minutes.
After stirring, pour the liquid peanut butter into a glass container. You can leave this in the pantry or place in the fridge to cool.
If you leave in the pantry, you will need to stir prior to use.
I suggest placing the peanut butter in the fridge as this will keep the oil better for longer. This is a common technique used in commercial kitchens to preserve oils and ingredients.
Once cooled you can use this to make any number of items from a classic PB&J, apples with peanut butter for a snack, or an asian peanut butter sauce and it will get you high! Win-Win!
Do you love peanut butter as much as I do? How are you planning on using your CannaPeanut Butter?
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Where do I even begin? The past two weeks have been more difficult on my mental health, and then making videos and blogs on top of everything. Well it became too much so I got behind on editing and videos, and then pretty much nothing went right while filming so I am sorry for the lateness and the different format!
While this video was a pain to make the end result is soo worth it! Believe me I was snacking on it yesterday, and got sooooooo high! And it lasted because I just kept eating, which might also be why this is out late…..
I actually really enjoyed this format so who knows I might keep this video format for a while, what do you think?
On to la receta!!
This salsa is quick and easy, and low on mess! Let’s be honest, nobody wants to actually cook during quarantine and Stay-At-Home Orders. Plus it comes together with very little work on your part, what more can us stoners want?!
Salsa Verde :
1lb of tomatillos
2 jalepenos (I deseed both of mine, and the result was mild)
Take your tomatillos, jalepenos, garlic, and onion and roast them. I used my broiler, but you can grill them, place on a cast iron, or on the stove. We just want to get them roasted and I like some of that burnt ends flavor.
Once roasted, let them cool for a couple minutes. Then add those into a blender along with the CannaOil, Lime Juice, Cilantro, Cumin, Paprika, Salt, and Paper.
Then Blend it up!! Once blended you can serve or let cool and serve!
1lb of tomatoes
2 jalepenos (I deseed both of mine, and the result was mild)
I was fortunate enough to get some Wyld Edibles from a budtender friend who trusts my opinions on edibles. So I decided to record a video so that people know what to expect when purchasing these gummies!
I absolutely love Wyld’s Packaging because it is instantly recognizable and very compact which decreases waste. As most edibles come with 10 servings, but big packaging, I was just immediately in love.
Taste and Recipe
The Marionberry was the absolute best flavor; marrionberry is just a boujee blackberry. The taste and color were really appealing. My next favorites were the Strawberry and pomegranate.
My least favorite were the peach and raspberry because these had a very prevalent weed taste to them. If you don’t mind the weed flavor then you will probably love these ones!
My only complaint with these edibles is that they aren’t vegan friendly as they use gelatin to set the gummy. This was really disappointing because this company is based in Oregon, and I know there is a large (and growing) population of vegans in Oregon and other West Coast states. Sadly these mean I won’t be purchasing any time soon, because I only pay for vegan friendly edibles.
These worked very well! When I get high, I imagine a scale of 1-5 Kelcie’s. Which is basically the faces I make at various levels of highness. If you want to see those faces, watch the video! They are hilarious! Wyld’s gummies got me to 5 Kelcie’s so I had a good night even though I think we just watched tv in bed.
Overall Score: 4 out of 5 Zebra’s
If Wyld sees this, I will give you guys a 5 if you switch to a vegan friendly recipe!!!
Have you tried these edibles yet? What did you think of them? Are there other products you want me to review? Comment below to let me know!
This week I am making some buttermints. Buttermints are my favorite type of mint, but for some reason you can only find them at weddings and around Easter.
I decided to make my own, since I was getting tired of store bought edibles.
For this recipe you will need:
1 stick CannaButter
4 cups of Powdered Sugar
2 tps of Mint Extract
May need an additional 2-4 tbs of water to help it knead together.
Using a Stand Mixer
Place your butter and mint extract into dish and whip together. Slowly add sugar and allow to knead together. You may need to add a little extra of water, but it should look like a dough ball.
Whisk the softened butter and extract together, slowly fold in sugar in a bowl. Once it is a crumbly texture you can place on counter top and begin kneading the dough together.
Once the dough is sticking together, split into 4 equal size portions. You can place the dough in a mold, or just roll and cut them. You can keep all sizes equal or make bigger and smaller mints depending on your dosing.
Allow the buttermints to sit out overnight to dry, or place in a dehydrator at 320F for 4 hours.
What would you like to see next? Savory items? Maybe an actual meal? Please comment below with your suggestions!
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This week I decided to make my own cough drops. I have a sensitive throat so I have always used cough drops after taking a dab, but now those cough drops also get me high or manage my pain!
This recipe is fairly easy, but you will need to be prepared as this goes quickly. You will need a stick of CannaButter, 1 cup of CannaAgave (or infused honey or maple syrup), 2 tbs water, 1/2 tsp of white vinegar, and 2 tbs of fresh lemon juice.
You will also need a small pot, candy thermometer, spatula, and a pan lined with parchment paper. You will want to get all the tools and ingredients before you start making these cough drops.
Take your butter, place in the pot and let it melt down. Add your agave to the butter and mix it together. Turn the heat onto Medium heat and continue to stir. Add your vinegar and water to the mix and continue to stir.
Check your heat, we want the mixture to sit at 250F for about five minutes before turning up to 300F. Increase the heat as needed, stirring continuously.
When the mixture sits around 250F, turn the heat to high.
CAUTION: adding the lemon juice will cause the mixture to sputter! Carefully add the lemon juice, and keep stirring, as this will decrease the sputtering. Keep the mixture on high heat, stirring continuously for 1 minute.
After that minute, turn off the heat, and pour the mixture into your parchment lined dish. Place in the fridge for 15 minutes, to let harden slightly.
After the 15 minute cooling period, remove from the fridge. Use a knife to cut into portions, I cut them smaller than I needed and they were 8mg per piece.
Once cut, throw into a jar and use as needed. I prefer keeping mine in the fridge as that keeps them from sticking to one another.
That’s it! Now you have cough drops for if your sick or if your throat hurts after taking a dab!
Pretty easy right?! What would you guys like to see me make?
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I have been working on this review for a while! When I say “working” I mean getting high a lot and trying to remember my thoughts!
Without further ado, my first review!
The first edible, of three, is KushyPunch’s Sugarfree Lychee Gunmy. Which boasts full spectrum oil and sixty minute activation; with 10 milligrams of THC and .1 milligram of CBD.
I promised to be honest, so no hate to KushyPunch these just weren’t what I was expecting. Most of the gummies I have had are the sugar coated ones, and so that was my expectation. I figured that these would be a firmer texture and this was like jello but slightly firmer.
The other thing may be a cultural difference. I live in Colorado am used to our edibles. Most of them have masked the cannabis flavor or just don’t have one that’s prevalent. This was not the case with these, that earthy weed taste is all I got, mixed with a sweet after taste. The high was good! I normally take an edible then vape or smoke some flower to help, the edible kick in. I felt the edible high within 30 minutes and it lasted for a while!
Also I noticed this giant bubble, so that was disappointing. Lastly, these were kind of difficult to separate, I had to pull pretty hard to finally get one or two servings. I think it’s supposed to be you punch the gummy through the aluminum. I tried and the stuff is so squishy that I literally couldn’t! Although, I did think that I had messed up the gummy, but it was fine! Let’s just say I won’t be going back, but this was the cheapest edible from the delivery service.
Very discreet size
Difficult to dose due to poor packaging
Strong weed flavor (unless you like that)
Quality Control is lacking
Overall I would give this one out of five zebras! 🦓
The second edible I purchased is by PLUS in the Unwind Category with Blackberry and Lemon flavors. Each gummy has 4.5 milligrams of THC and .5 milligrams of CBD .
This does have two flavors so I will start with the Lemon. These gummies are pretty traditional with a sugar coating however these are really firm, like a warm starburst. The lemon comes through nicely, as does a decent taste of weed. The blackberry gummies have a stronger initial flavor and weed flavor, I didn’t mind it as much with the blackberry as I did with the lemon. Quick side note, I really enjoyed the packaging and found that I would just play with the tin.
The high hit quick for me, like maybe 20 minutes! I don’t think I would purchase these gummies again, because of the texture. I am very picky and textures are my biggest problem area. The quick high isn’t enough to make me forget that texture or the stronger weed taste.
Packaging was fun
Not for high tolerance users
This gets 3 out of 5 Zebras! 🦓🦓🦓
Lastly, Rose Los Angeles Delights which are like a Turkish Delight. I do want to say sorry to Rose, I didn’t treat the delights nicely and so they don’t look great in the images. They did look awesome when I first got them. I believe that these are meant to have about 5mg of THC per delight, mine had a potency of 4.68 mg per delight.
These were my favorite edibles out of this bunch! The texture is what I was expecting and the flavors were insane. When I make my own edibles, I try to blend the flavor of the cannabis with the food; and that is what Rose Los Angeles has done. They used a single strain Orange Fire Rosin. Lets get to the flavors there’s Rose Hibiscus, Alphonso Mango, Matcha Coconut Lime, and Sour Cherry Vanilla. The Rose Hibiscus was perfect as the hibiscus is the first flavor, typically rose flavored things are over powering but this mixed with the resin flavor to give just a hint of rose. The alphonso mango was super interesting, the mango was the first taste but then there was an earthy-spiciness which I am assuming comes from the rosin. The matcha coconut lime, isn’t my favorite but I’m not a huge matcha fan. That being said I really enjoyed how the flavors played off each other, but didn’t get a coconut flavor. The Sour Cherry Vanilla is my favorite! It has all the tastes first you get the sour cherry, but then a spicy citrus from the rosin, then the vanilla and spiciness blend for the final taste. Due to the lower THC content, I did increase my normal dosing but I don’t think that was necessary. I found the high to be more of a head high which is due to the terpenes being ingested which thus effects the high.
As for the packaging, it’s pretty and minimalistic and has a soft touch card stock. The two “issues” are I struggled to figure out what the companies name is because it’s not really on the packaging. Lastly, I don’t understand how the packaging is supposed to open because mine just ripped. This isn’t a major issue for me because I struggle to open most packaging; usually I purposefully mess up the Child Resistant (CR) feature.
Flavors are on point! 4 Choices!
Loved the Turkish Delight texture – felt fancy AF
Can’t leave in your car, which you shouldn’t do with any edible
I give these 5 Zebras out of 5! 🦓🦓🦓🦓🦓
I hope you enjoyed my review of these edibles! What Colorado Brands are you guys curious about?