By Alexia Grillos
Whether you are celebrating with a partner, family, or friends, Valentine’s Day is a perfect time to spend cooking edibles in the kitchen with your loved ones. Tetragram has compiled a list of great cannabis-infused recipes for your Valentine’s Day celebration.
All the recipes come from Cannigma, an online media company that focuses on providing evidence based research and information surrounding all issues related to cannabis.
Lemonade is a refreshing delicious drink but why not make it even better by infusing it with cannabis. This recipe calls for a cannabis tincture which can either be purchased from your local dispensary or can be made from scratch following the directions in the recipe. For the full recipe and details click here.
Nothing says Valentine’s Day like the sweet taste of fruit in a cannabis infused smoothie. Making an infused smoothie is just as easy as making a regular smoothie. Simply substitute one of your usual ingredients for a cannabis infused ingredient, such as cannamilk, cannahoney, or cannasugar. For the full recipe and details click here.
Cannabis Peanut Butter
This cannabis peanut butter is perfect for dipping apple slices or spreading on bread with jelly or honey. This delicious spread is made with infused oil which is easy to make from the comfort of your kitchen. If you are allergic to peanuts, try substituting peanuts for another nut like almonds or cashews. For the full recipe and details click here.
Craving something a little sweeter than peanut butter this Valentine’s Day? Look no further! This cannabis infused honey recipe can last for a couple months if properly stored, so you can enjoy the sweet taste of Valentine’s Day for the rest of spring. Infused honey is a great addition to tea, sandwiches, or your favorite smoothie. For the full recipe and details click here.
Whether you’re spending the night in or going out, cannabis infused Cheez-Its are a great addition to your Valentine’s Day festivities. This surprisingly simple recipe only calls for infused oil, Cheez-Its, and an oven. If you are looking for something quick and easy, this might be the recipe for you. For the full recipe and details click here.
Cannabis Banana Bread
Notice that your bananas were a little too ripe this morning? Then today is the perfect day to make this yummy cannabis infused banana bread. This recipe is made with cannabutter and is as simple as mixing ingredients in a bowl and then baking in the oven. For the full recipe and details click here.
Sharing a cannabis infused pizza with your loved one is a great way to celebrate Valentine’s Day. There are two ways you can infuse your pizza, add infused olive oil to an already made pizza or infuse your dough by substituting infused olive oil instead of plain olive oil. For the full recipe and details click here.
Cannabutter Mac and Cheese
Looking to cozy up and indulge in some delicious comfort food? Look no further, this is the perfect cannabis infused mac and cheese for a cozy night in. This homemade mac and cheese recipe will bake you after you bake it. Make mom’s homemade mac and cheese with a twist. For the full recipe and details click here.
Weed Chocolate Covered Strawberries
Nothing says “I love you” quite like these delicious cannabis infused chocolate covered strawberries. Whether you are trying to have a romantic or platonic night in, this delicious dessert is an excellent addition to your cannabis infused holiday. This recipe may be a little trickier so make sure you read the tips and tricks. For the full recipe and details click here.
Cannabis Red Velvet Cupcakes
Want to bake with your loved ones this Valentine’s Day? Then this is the perfect recipe for you. These delicious Red Velvet Cupcakes are infused with cannabutter and are perfect for anyone who loves baking and eating their delicious creations. For the full recipe and details click here.
Did you enjoy these recipes and want to try more? Check out the other recipes The Cannigma has shared on their website by clicking here. Remember to enjoy your cannabis infused treats responsibly.