How to Make Ganja Gingerbread Christmas Cookies

How to Make Ganja Gingerbread Christmas Cookies
cannabis now

Freshly baked gingerbread cookies are an integral part of Christmas. I love anything flavored with ginger—it’s one of my go-to spices. Just another reason why the so-called silly season is my favorite time of year. Speaking of being freshly baked, this year, I decided to add a little extra sprinkle of marijuana magic to my Christmas cookies. So, I reached out to Cheri Sicard, my friend and highly regarded cannabis chef, who recommended I try making her Ganja Gingerbread. In Sicard’s recipe, these traditional cookies are given an extra helping of festive fun with her homemade cannabutter. Sweet and lightly spiced, the cannabutter ratio in this recipe means they aren’t overpowered by that tell-tale weedy taste you often get with edibles. Instead, it allows the ginger to shine bright like Rudolf’s nose (figuratively speaking.) “Each of the 36 cookies in this cannabis-infused gingerbread cookie recipe will have about 15 mg THC, if you made your marijuana butter from average cannabis (10% THC) and used 1/2 ounce of marijuana to make one cup butter,” Sicard states on her website. As with all edibles, start low and slow and build up, especially since you might forget that these delicious treats are infused, as you can’t really taste the bud butter. Why You’ll Love These Ganja Gingerbread Cookies  Quintessentially Christmas: Gingerbread cookies are the essence of the holidays and are deeply flavored with aromatic spices including nutmeg, cloves, cinnamon and ginger and sweetened with molasses and brown sugar. Fun to Decorate: Get creative with the decorating! You can use cannabis leaf cookie cutters as I did, or you can use traditional gingerbread person shapes, stars or whatever you like. Bear in mind that using the cannabis leaf shape will help remove the potential risk of people not knowing that these cookies are infused. Pro tip: Use…

Excerpt only …
Source : How to Make Ganja Gingerbread Christmas Cookies

reposted by Cannabis News World

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.