Cannaflour is one of the quickest ways to infuse anything you’re making with cannabis. It only takes 10 minutes and can be used in various dishes, from baked goods to dredging meats and anything else you can crave.
Unlike cannabutter or cannaoil, cannaflour usually has a distinct weed taste. If you enjoy the flavor that cannabis brings to the table, you’ll love this flour as is, but it may be an acquired taste for some.
Why cook with cannabis?
Although smoking is the most widely used method, cooking with cannabis opens up a world full of potential. By making classic stoner brownies for snacks that you can whip up without turning on the stove, cooking with cannabis lets you experiment and engage the plant in a new way. Your style is the limit of your kitchen.
- 0.29ounces of cannabis, decarb
- 1 cup all-purpose flour
- 1 coffee grinder or food processor
- 1 sifter
How to make cannaflour
Making cannaflour is one of the easiest ingredients to prepare. It can be stored for up to 90 days, so you can prepare the ingredients and hold them in your hand for the bread, pancakes, and other recipes you want.
Place the decarbed cannabis into a clean coffee machine or food processor and blend until the flowers are fine. Sieve the cannabis powder and mix
Store flour in an airtight container in a dark, dry place for up to 3 months. Use cannaflour for your next batch of brownies, and place cakes or cookies. Regularly replace ¼ – ⅓ of flour with cannabis flour and use regular butter.
Instructions for using cannaflour
- Do not cook cannaflour above 350F. Certain cannabinoids and terpenes may start to burn.
- If you don’t want to taste the cannabis flavor in the dish, adjust seasonings and other flavors accordingly.
- Use only whole, dried cannabis flowers. Otherwise, mold may grow when stored.