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As if the holidays haven’t flooded you with more treats than you can handle, here’s one more for good measure. This recipe is a childhood dream come true and can easily be made gluten free, dairy free, and vegan. This recipe is a great start into making your own edibles because cooking is at an absolute minimum, and takes under an hour from start to finish. Easily personalize this dough by adding in your own flavors and additions.
Servings: 2 Total Time: 10 minutes
Though just about everyone enjoys a good old-fashioned chocolate chip cookie from time to time, the vast variety of flavor choices that are possible with this recipe will have you wanting something brand new and exciting every time you whip up a batch. Just remember to add the equivalent of flour, to ensure a thick and chewy texture. Choose any one, or mix and match, by adding up to a tablespoon of any these addition at a time:
It’s December, and all I have on my mind is COOKIES. This has to be the easiest cookie to make, only 7 ingredients, and so delicious! They’re not a diet cookie- that’s for sure. This is definitely an easy recipe for substitutions- just swap out the cake mix for whatever flavor cookie you can think of.
To make these cookies into a simple edible, my favorite way is to add a Bloom Montana Distillate Syringe. They aren’t a cartridge- like our other Distillate- it was formulated specifically to be taken under the tongue. When you use Distillate in cooking and baking, you are able to get the effects of the THC and CBD without the weedy flavor. However, you can always use your favorite canna butter in place of some of the butter called for in this recipe. Do be warned though- making your own edibles without getting them tested by someone credible in a lab is always tricky business— don’t be afraid to UNDER-dose. It’s better safe than stuck to your couch.
This recipe calls for almond extract because they remind me of Gooey Butter Cake- a St. Louis institution and a dangerous dessert for me to be around. I will eat it all. I encourage you to play around with this recipe- add different cake mixes and extract combinations and have fun!
Prep Time: 10 min. | Chill time: At least 2 hours, preferably overnight. | Bake Time: 10 min.
Note- These cookies freeze incredibly well! Can be kept in the freezer for 3- 4 months.
2 servings | Dairy Free, Gluten Free, Vegetarian, Paleo
Originally this recipe was made to be two servings but to be completely honest- it’s a single serving in these cold winter months. This hot chocolate a delightful treat to have when you get off the ski hill for a day or come inside after shoveling the snow- again. It’s that time of year! This recipe helps make the cold mornings that much better and is my personal favorite with a spoon of instant coffee in it in the morning.
Cook Time: 20 min | Total Time: 20 Min | Servings: 6
I'm a sucker for a good chocolate chip cookie, but everytime I make a homemade edible I always wish I didn't taste that stereotypical "weedy" flavor. That's where the "Trash" part of this cookie comes in. Adding in something salty and crunchy to a sweet cookie adds a difference in flavor that masks the flavors we don't want. This recipe is formulated specifically for the CBD distillate syringes at a certain concentration; if you do make a substitution, please exercise caution. It's always better to make them too weak than too strong because these cookies are *that* good, it'd be a shame to only eat one.
There are a few little notes in this recipe to ensure you get perfect cookies every single time- I recommend a cookie scoop like one out of this set to get going. It's a good tool to have if you're interested in making your own edibles.
Bake Time: 8-10 Min | Prep Time: 15 min | Makes 24 (1.5 Tablespoon) Cookies or 16 (2.5 Tablespoon) Cookies
May be stored in refrigerator for up to 1 week or in freezer for up to 8 weeks.
Prep Time: 15 mins Cooking Time: 20-25 mins Total Time: 35-40 mins Servings: 4-6