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How to Make and Bake Weed Brownies

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The “special brownie” needs less introduction than most baked goods, but you’ll find no sloppily constructed, slightly burnt bars here. For those who don’t live near a dispensary (or a group of friendly college kids), here’s a low-key way to get your hands on safe, tasty edibles: Go homemade. Not only will they taste better, but when you DIY, you’re also fully in charge of how much bud actually ends up in the brownies. This recipe calls for a full 1/8 ounce of cannabis, yet the process still works if you decide to use less. We made the full batch of the following cannabutter recipe, used our preferred amount in the brownies, and stored the excess in the fridge in a clearly marked container (emphasis on “clearly marked”).

Before you dump the contents of your grinder into a box of Duncan Hines Double Fudge, hang on a sec. To draw out cannabis’s full potential in edibles, it must be decarboxylated. Decarba-what? Decarboxylation is basically a fancy way of saying that the herb needs to be heated to fully activate to its psychoactive form. Think: A joint won’t get anyone high unless it’s lit on fire.

Pro tip: If you’re not keen on the classic flavor and scent of weed, add finely minced mint leaves to the batter; it will offset the potency of the cannabis flavor.

Note: This recipe makes 16 potent brownies. While they are delicious, we do not recommend you eat more than one at a time. However, if you make this recipe with regular butter (not cannabutter), feel free to eat half the tray.

Special Brownies

Recipe by: Rebecca Firkser
Makes: 16 servings

For the brownies:
4 ounces unsweetened chocolate
3/4 cup cannabutter (see below)
1 3/4 cups coconut sugar
1/2 teaspoon Kosher salt
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
3 large eggs
1 3/4 cup all-purpose flour
2/3 cup chopped walnuts (optional)
3 mint leaves, minced (optional)

For the cannabutter
Makes: 3/4 cup cannabutter

1/8 ounce finely ground cannabis trim
3/4 cup (1 1/2 sticks) unsalted butter

For cannabutter:
1. Preheat oven to 240 degrees. Spread cannabis evenly on a baking sheet. Bake 50 minutes (if using less cannabis, check oven after 35-40 minutes). Remove from oven and set aside.

2. In a medium saucepan, melt butter over low heat. Add decarboxylated (oven-baked) cannabis and lower heat to a simmer. Cook for 45 minutes, then remove from heat.

3. Strain cannabutter through a fine-mesh sieve or cheesecloth into a small glass measuring cup or bowl. (Discard strained cannabis solids or save for cannabis tea.)

For special brownies:
1. Preheat oven to 350 degrees and grease a 9×13-inch glass baking pan with cooking spray.

2. Place chocolate in a large glass mixing bowl and melt in the microwave or over a saucepan of boiling water.

3. Add cannabutter to melted chocolate and mix until combined, then mix in coconut sugar, salt, and vanilla.

4. Add eggs one at a time, mixing until fully incorporated.

5. Mix in flour, and walnuts and/or mint, if using.

6. Pour batter into prepared baking pan and bake for 25-30 minutes. Let cool slightly, then cut into 16 pieces. Store leftovers—clearly marked as “special” if there are others using your kitchen—in the refrigerator for a week, or in the freezer for several months.

How to make pot brownies the easy way: a beginner’s guide to edibles

Everything you need to know about making weed brownies

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Marijuana Brownies for Sale online | Edibles | Entirecannabis

By Entirecannabis Staff

Got some weed on hand that you’d rather not smoke (for whatever reason), but you don’t want it to go to waste? Always been curious about making your own edibles, but you’re not much of a chef? No problem. Here’s how to make pot brownies simply, using a store-bought mix.

If you’re wondering about just sprinkling your bag of herb into the batter, don’t go there. You’ll end up with an unappetizing, green-flecked and weedy-tasting brownie of unknown potency. Why not make it worth your effort?

The one crucial ingredient you’ll need on hand before you tear open that brownie mix is cannabutter or canna-oil. To get you on your way, we’ve put together some resources you’ll find useful if you’re not a master baker (sorry, love that old gag).

Weed brownies step by step
1) Start with a batch of cannabutter (or canna-oil).
Oregon-based edibles chef Laurie Wolf, who has contributed dozens of infused recipes to The Cannabist, has dialed it down to seven steps for what she calls “the best cannabutter in America.”
•  HOW TO MAKE CANNABUTTER

While many prefer to have cannabutter on hand, canna-oil is the other option. But should it be made with canola, olive, coconut or another type of oil?
•  LEARN ABOUT DIFFERENT TYPES OF CANNA-OIL

If your box recipe calls for vegetable oil and all you have is cannabutter, not to worry — just use an equivalent amount of softened cannabutter. According to a BettyCrocker.com FAQ, they’re interchangeable, just know that “using butter or margarine will make your brownies slightly richer with a bit of ‘dairy’ taste.”

2) What should the serving size be?
Ah, the thrill of using math in real life. There is a formula for figuring out the approximate THC potency for your weed brownies. Our Ask The Cannabist columnist has a rundown from Colorado edibles chef and author Jessica Catalano. Get out your scratch paper and calculator! Consider figuring out the potency of the cannabutter you’re starting with and keep your calculations on hand for future use. Or you can figure out the dosage for each recipe, whether it’s brownies or cookies, or something on the savory side.
•  HOW TO CALCULATE THC POTENCY

3) What about the effects?
If this is your first foray into eating edibles as well as making them, learn about what to expect, and why it’s important to be patient, grasshopper. For those unfamiliar with regulations in legalized states, the Colorado-mandated dosage for commercial edibles is 10 milligrams of THC per serving. If you’re a seasoned smoker, don’t assume a big slab of chocolatey goodness is the best way to start.
•  GET EDUCATED ABOUT EDIBLES