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Blueberry Pot-cakes Recipe

Check out this great link we found for Blueberry Pot Pancakes! I bet this would be great with some blueberry pie marijuana, or blueberry yum yum!

Regardless of what dish you combine with cannabis, you can add extra nutrition by adding organic fruit to your breakfast. Blueberry pancakes can provide nutrients and anti-oxidants to your breakfast. Mixed with cannabis, it can be a powerful way to kick off the morning. Other fruits can be used as well for a healthy meal, including bananas and strawberries. Here are the ingredients needed to make blueberry pot pancakes:

  • 1 cup of organic blueberries
  • 3 tablespoons of melted cannabis butter 
  • 1 1/2 cups of flour
  • 1 tablespoon of baking powder
  • 1 1/2 cups of low fat milk or soy milk
  • 2 eggs

Mix flour and baking powder in a large bowl. Add pinches of salt and sugar if you desire. In a separate bowl mix the eggs, milk and melted cannabis butter then pour in the blueberries. Mix the two bowls together to create the pancake batter. A lumpy batter with yield fluffy pancakes. Pour the batter in a frying pan and cook until pancakes turn light brown.

Enjoy, but remember go slow and don’t over indulge. Find more recipes and info at

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Weed Lasagna Recipe

Weed Lasagna Recipe

A lot of people have heard about, and made, marijuana recipes like pot brownies and cookies, but what if you want a full meal? If you would like to have some real food and have some pot at the same time, then consider making a meaty and delicious lasagna filled with that magical green her Marijuana.

What you need:

  • About two ounces of weed. Use less if you aren’t sure
  • 1 pound of ground beef
  • A cup of water
  • A can of spaghetti sauce
  • 9 lasagna noodles
  • Mozzarella Cheese
  • Parmesan Cheese
  • Ricotta Cheese
  • Salt and pepper for taste


  1. Preheat the oven to 350 degrees
  2. Ground the weed up beforehand. Make sure there are no lumps of weed because it will ruin the taste
  3. Cook ground beef and add salt for taste
  4. Add pepper if needed to improve the taste as well
  5. Add one can of spaghetti sauce and stir up the mixture
  6. Add one cup of water to the sauce mix to help thicken it up
  7. Stir it all up for about five to ten minutes until it’s nice and thick
  8. Pour ricotta cheese and mozzarella cheese in a bowl, and add an egg and then stir all that up
  9. Take some of the beef mixture and put it on the bottom of the oven dish, creating a small layer of mixture at the bottom. It makes the noodles not stick to the bottom of the dish.
  10. Once that’s done add three of the lasagna noodles to the dish, covering the ground beef mixture
  11. Add a bit of parmesan cheese to the noodles for flavour if you’d like
  12. After that add the first layer of the cheese sauce you made with the egg. Remember to only use about a third of the mixture because you’ll be making three layers of it.
  13. Now you can add the weed, using as much or as little as you’d like. How much of a flavour and effect the lasagna is going to have on you depends on how much weed you use. Don’t feel the need to use a full ounce (there are two layers of weed) if you don’t feel like you can handle it. Some people use more, some people use less.
  14. Add more meat sauce from the pan to cover everything. Use a good amount to make a proper layer this time.
  15. Add another layer of lasagne noodles
  16. Add another layer of parmesan cheese and ricotta/mozzarella cheese mix
  17. Add another layer of weed, again using as much or as little as you want.
  18. Add another layer of the meat sauce, use all that you have left as you’re coming up on the end.
  19. Add one last layer of noodles and press them down into the sauce
  20. Add one last layer of parmesan cheese
  21. Add one last layer of the cheese mix to cover everything
  22. Lastly add some extra shredded cheese on the top layer to give it that melted cheesy goodness
  23. Cook at 350 degrees for 45 minutes
  24. Serve up and enjoy

If you like our recipe, you’ll like the video even better. Here’s the link to Weed Lasagna Recipe Video on Youtube. Be sure to check out our weed firecracker recipe too!

The next time someone tells you that you can’t make anything nutritious out of weed, keep in mind that you can make practically anything out of it, and now you know how to make lasagna. Everything tastes better coated in melted cheese, even weed.

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Marijuana Goldfish Crackers – Edible Review

goldfish-2Who doesn’t love Goldfish crackers? When I was recently at my local dispensary, I saw Marijuana Goldfish Crackers, and just had to try them.

I was planning a long distance trip, and since I use medical marijuana to deal with the effects of nerve damage I received in a workplace injury, and the place i was traveling to is not as accommodating as California, I decided that marijuana edibles would be a good way to medicate while on the road.
As a word of warning, unlike many marijuana edibles I have tried, these marijuana goldfish crackers have a strong marijuana aroma. (As an interesting side note, I was stopped, and had my car searched by a k-9 unit along the way. the police overlooked the goldfish crackers, but I am unsure if that was the dogs mistake, or the officers)
Upon arriving at a hotel on the road, i decided to give the marijuana goldfish crackers a try. I have to admit that I changed the packaging on the crackers, and wasn’t sure what the suggested serving size was. I had a two handful,s, and then proceeded to watch some tv. a few moments later, I inadvertently had another couple handfulls of the marijuana crackers. Immediately I knew I had made a mistake.
Now to put things into perspective, i had been driving for many hours at this point and was suffering from some serious sleep deprivation. Within an hour of my initial dose, I began to feel the effects of the marijuana goldfish crackers. These marijuana edibles had the effect of a very strong Indica.

I felt the heavy Indica head high and heavy eyelids (although I had just driven 40 hours with only 2 half hour naps… so those heavy eyelids might not have been due to the marijuana goldfish crackers). The muscle relaxation was intense, and I was quickly ready to fall into a much needed sleep. Unfortunately for me, I had some work to do, so I forced myself to stay awake a bit longer. Aware that I had taken a bit to much, I wandered down to the hotel vending machines, and got some sugar.

For those that are unaware, sugar will bring you down from a marijuana high.

As I was working and waiting for the sugar to reduce the effects, I began to notice the mild hallucinations of dancing shadows out of the corner of my eye. Again, this was likely more due to the sleep deprivation then to the actual marijuana goldfish crackers, it was enough to make me decide to put my work down, and go to sleep. I slept soundly through the night, and awoke the next morning refreshed.

If you see the marijuana goldfish crackers in a store near you, I would recommend you give them a try. Just be careful how much you take.

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Oatmeal Raisin Marijuana Cookies – Edible Cannabis Review

marijuana cookieThe Gift of Edibles

Recently a friend of mine gifted me with this 420 Kitchen Oatmeal Raisin marijuana cookie. Someone had given it to him, and he isn’t a big edibles person, so he gave it to me. The cookie was a bit broken and crumbly. It may have been sitting in my friends car for a week, who knows? The hermetically sealed medical food stuff packaging was still sealed, and hey… it’s free weed, so I figured I’d give it a try.

420 Kitchen Marijuana Cookie – The Taste

This Oatmeal Raisin Marijuana Cookie was surprisingly moist considering it was broken into pieces in the package. It was sweet with hints of vanilla and cinnamon. All overpowered with the taste of marijuana.  There is no doubt that you are eating a marijuana cookie here. That ever present bitter bud taste permeates every bite.

The Effect – Oatmeal Raisin Marijuana Cookie

oatmeal-raisin-weed-3I am a daily marijuana smoker. As a result, my tolerance is pretty high. I glanced at the back of the package for the 420 Kitchen Oatmeal Raisin Marijuana Cookie and saw that servings per container was listed as 1. I ate the whole cookie, and went about my day.

An hour after consuming the marijuana cookie I could start to feel the effects. At first it felt like the lingering leftovers from being stoned before. Then I remembered I hadn’t been stoned yet today. Over the next half hour the effects slowly intensified. Eventually, the effects reached a comparable state to having just smoked a bowl of top shelf indica.

I have found that most edibles use sativas, and almost none of the manufacturers label indica or sativa, yet they have very different effects. It might be nice if they got labeled as such. The indica properties of this marijuana cookie were a bit of a pleasant surprise to me. The muscle relaxation was warm and soothing while the effects on head cleared out the background clutter and allowed you to focus clearly on the task at hand.

The Warning – Marijuana Cookie

After consuming the 420 Kitchen Oatmeal Raisin Marijuana Cookie I noticed the warning at the bottom of the nutritional facts label. It says: WARNING: Do not overmedicate. Low tolerance patients may want to consume ¼ to ½ serving.

I think that is supposed to translate to: If you use marijuana once in a while, take ¼. If you use marijuana every weekend, take ½. And if you are a daily user eat the whole thing.

Maybe that should be in larger print on the label…

Have you tried 420 Kitchen’s Sugar Free Oatmeal Raisin Marijuana Cookies? If so, tell us what you thought in the comments section below!

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Cannabis Infused Pizza – Marijuana Edible Review

cannabis-pizza-1Why hasn’t this been done sooner? Marijuana Edible: Pizza

I recently stopped by The Healing Touch in Encino Ca, and saw they had marijuana infused pizzas! Well I had to try one of these! They are rather small pizzas, but the packaging claims it to be 250mg of THC, and that is supposed to equal 4 doses. I have mentioned in previous edible reviews that 50 – 75 mg is usually a good dose for me when it comes to marijuana edibles. However, the guy at the counter told me I should try half the pizza (2 doses, roughly 125mg according to the packaging.)

Well, I ate the whole thing.  It was tasty. Not the best “frozen pizza” I have ever had, but not as bitter weed tasting as I had thought.

Cooking the Marijuana Pizza

cannabis-pizza-4Now I have always heard that weed needs to be cooked at a low temperature when making marijuana edibles.  The instructions for this pizza are to cook it at 325-350. This seemed hi to me, but I followed the instructions. The heat likely did reduce the potency of the Marijuana. It has been an hour and a half since I ate the pizza (on an empty stomach) and I do feel a nice body buzz. However, I would consider this to be on par with about 2 doses of a PJ Butters bar (that would be 50mg by their count). Overall I am getting a nice relaxing body buzz, and not much of a head high. My guess (although it didn’t say on the packaging) is that this was Sativa based.

Another concern I have with edibles is that the potency may reduce as the product ages. The dispensary has been carrying these for about a month now, and I am not sure if this is still the first batch. If the pizza I tried was old, a fresher one may be a lot more potent.

cannabis-pizza-10There has been a lot of concern in the media recently about people getting to high of a dose with edibles. I have found the opposite to be true. Edibles seem more like a curio to me. They are over priced, and not that effective. I have only ever felt that I had “to much” from an edible once, and the effects lasted 15 minutes or so before I was back into a normal level high…. Then again, I am a daily smoker so my tolerance is higher then most.

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The Real Problem with Marijuana Edibles

casa-luna-cannabis-chocolate-4Pot in Candy Form

We’ve all seen the stories by now “Kid OD’s on Marijuana Candy”, Dumb Reporter eats to much Pot Chocolate” “Weed Gummis: a Sign of the Apocalypse?” or something like that. But what does it all mean? Are Marijuana Edibles a menace to society? Will kids in Denver be inundating the emergency rooms this Nov 1st after ODing on spiked Halloween candy? Should we plead with our benevolent rulers to save us from the foulness that is a brownie with actual ground up bud in it (come on, you know someone who just dumped their bag in the brownie mix…)

Your Government Can Help

I’ll admit it. There is a problem with THC Edibles, and the government can help. But not buy blindly banning pot edibles, but by better regulating them.

Recently I picked up a pot chocolate bar from my local dispensary. It had the standard packaging clearly stating 150mg of THC with 6 doses in the bar (a section being a dose). I have tried many of these before and I knew with my tolerance 2 doses would do me right. Being a bit of a cook and a baker myself, I quickly noticed that the chocolate in the bar had been over cooked. THC breaks down in high heat, so overcooked marijuana chocolate means zero effect. I ended up eating the whole bar, and I felt nothing.

Because I have experimented with marijuana edibles, and know about cooking, I was able to recognize the problem with my chocolate, but if that had been my first time trying weed edibles, it likely would have pushed me to take too much next time thinking I had too low of a dose this time.

I have found that, in many cases, the consistency of the dose in the marijuana edibles is questionable. 150mg from one brand may do nothing, while 35mg from another brand will render you unfit for public appearances. An obvious result of poor testing of the product.

Now over the years, I have found that the consistency of alcohol is rather good. An 80 proof whiskey will get me drunk just as fast as an 80 proof rum or an 80 proof Gin. If I am correct, the FDA has something to do with making sure that when a company says their booze is 80 proof, it is. Can we not make the FDA responsible for making a way to test marijuana edibles for accurate potency labels? Can the FDA devise guidelines on proper packaging ?

Marijuana was once heralded as a preferable option to alcohol by prohibitionists in the 1920’s… Maybe we should start treating it a little more like alcohol,


*PS for all you edible newbs: sugar kills the marijuana high, so if you feel like you ate to much, or received too high of a dose, eat some non-weed candy.

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NYT’s Maureen Dowd OD’s On Marijuana And Blames The Candy

NYT’s Maureen Dowd OD’s On Marijuana And Blames The Candy (via The Political Carnival)

There’s nothing like trying something before writing about it. And that’s what New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd did recently — and not without some lingering effects. For an article she was writing on Colorado’s legal marijuana culture, she decided…

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Brazil’s new drink Pituconha weds cachaca and cannabis

Brazil’s new drink Pituconha weds cachaca and cannabis (via AFP)

A new drink in northeast Brazil is shaking up the country’s favorite liquor, cachaca, by adding an unusual twist: marijuana roots. “Pituconha” is a new take on cachaca, the sugar-cane alcohol used in caipirinhas, the famed Brazilian cocktail. Its name…

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How To Make Marijuana Apple Butter

How To Make Marijuana Apple Butter (via

By Johnny Green Cannabis Apple Butter Recipe Looking to switch up your breakfast routine? Or maybe you’re bored with whatever you’ve been putting on your waffles? Whatever the case may be, this medicated apple butter is definitely worth trying!…

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