Cannabis-Infused Ice cream
Who doesn’t like ice cream? It is perhaps one of the most popular desserts of all time. Maybe there’s only one thing that could make it better: cannabis! This marijuana ice cream is the perfect dessert, and it’s pretty easy to make.
- 1 can of sweetened condensed milk
- 5 cup cocoa powder (optional — only if you want to make it chocolate)
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- 25 teaspoon salt
- 2 cups cannabis-infused whipping cream
Cannabis-infused whipped cream
In cannabis-infused whipped cream recipes, the amount of cannabis used ranges from 1 to 5 grams per 2 cups of cream. The amount you use depends on your personal preferences. Also, the potency of the cannabis used can make a big difference in terms of how much to put.
No matter how much weed you use, here are three simple ways to infuse whipped cream:
- Take your decarboxylated cannabis and place it in a saucepan with the whipped cream. Bring the mixture to a boil and then simmer over low heat for about 45 minutes to 2 hours, making sure to stir regularly, so it doesn’t burn. Strain into a jar and refrigerate.
- If you have a double boiler, you can combine the cannabis and 2 cups of cream and boil it twice in a medium pot of water for about 40 minutes. Then pour it through a strainer into a jar for storage.
- Another method is a little more complicated but still easy. Pour the whipped cream and ground decarboxylated cannabis into a glass jar and seal. Place the sealed jar in a deep pot filled with hot water that is about ¾ the height of the jar. Simmer the water below 185-degree Fahrenheit for about three hours, adding more water as needed. Remove from heat and strain through cheesecloth into a jar.
- Whisk the condensed milk, vanilla, and salt in a medium bowl (plus cocoa powder if you want to make chocolate ice cream)
- Use a mixer to whip the cannabis cream in a separate chilled bowl until stiff peaks form.
- Take a spatula and blend about half of the cannabis whipped cream mixture into the condensed milk mixture until smooth, then fold the mixture into the whipped cream and mix well. Put the mixture in an airtight container and freeze for about 3 hours.
If you’d like to give your ice cream a unique twist, feel free to add your own toppings. Chop some chocolate and make a chocolate chip ice cream, or don’t stop there and add a few mint leaves or mint extract to make mint chocolate chips.
Every now and Zen during Spring I like to leave town early in the morning with my dog, Boba Fettch. We hightail it out to a nearby trail, which one we end up at never matters, and spend a couple of hours walking around. There’s something about being outside in the morning hours that makes…Read More
Encycloweedia Bricannabis heading your way with a review of MacDawg’s Uncle from Headchange. Perfectly named, the brand’s live sauce vape carts are my favorite carts because of their deliciousness and the immediate head change I feel after sipping one. Every Headchange cart I’ve tried has tasted exactly like its concentrate counterparts, and provided the same…Read More
Cannabis businesses have started increasing since the US states began giving licenses for medical or recreational purposes. Dispensaries must obtain different licenses for each type of cannabis in states where it is permitted to use cannabis for medical and recreational purposes. This has given rise to confusion about multiple kinds of licenses, including the hybrid…Read More
Ingredients 1/2 cup plus 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil 3/4 cup fresh mint leaves, plus more for garnish 1/2 cup coarsely chopped parsley leaves 1/4 cup chopped chives 2 small poblano-stemmed peppers, seeded and diced 1 Cubanelle pepper steamed, seeded, and diced 2 ounces shishito-style, stemmed and thinly sliced Kosher salt Pepper 3 shallots –…Read More
Encycloweedia Bricannabis is baking into Willie Nelson’s own stash this review with Chicken and Waffles, an indica marijuana strain from Willie’s Reserve, grown in Missouri by Agri-Genesis. I’d been wondering Willie or won’t he bring his cannabis company to the Show-Me State for years. You can bet my face lit up when I heard Willie’s…Read More
Pizza is one of the most popular foods. It is oily, salty, cheesy, and very tasty. Plus, you can get it delivered to your door, which is perfect for when you want to avoid getting out but your craving a delicious pizza. This pizza recipe requires surprisingly little effort. It is cheaper than takeout, and…Read More
Marijuana oil, also known as canna oil or cannabis oil, is an excellent medicinal addition to all your favorite dishes and spices. Marijuana oil can seem like a complicated thing to do, but with our simple guide, it’s easier than you think. This tutorial is so simple and effective that you can make high-quality canna…Read More
Encycloweedia Bricannabis is ready to share a laugh over Sundro’s Giggle Box cannabis strain, so joint me on my latest weedview of Missouri marijuana products. I grabbed a five pack of Giggle Box half gram pre-rolls, deciding to let someone else do the rolling for my morning tokes. Giggle Box is a cross of (Green…Read More
As the holidays approach, learn how to cook this delicious, hearty, and comforting turkey infused with cannabis. Add life to any holiday party with this incredible dish! Meaty Turkey and Cannabis Gravy Our favorite way to make cannabis turkey roast is to use meaty gravy infused with cannabis. It’s surprisingly easy to make; again, you…Read More
This election recreational marijuana is on the ballot in Missouri in the form of Amendment 3. The amendment is a lengthy, 38-page document that covers rules and regulations for medical and recreational cannabis use in the state of Missouri. A large section of the amendment focuses on how businesses will operate in the cannabis industry,…Read More
Chicken is a popular dinner choice, so why not add a little THC? All you need is chicken, spices, salt, a few simple ingredients, and some cannabis. Not only are chicken thighs cheap, but they are also meaty, tasty, and full of flavor. This creamy marijuana lemon butter chicken recipe has many benefits. One of…Read More