September 17 2011 5:21 PM
Does anyone else do bake goods or edibles? If you do what are your go to recipes? Please share!
Mine is as fallows - Super awesome brownies
1/2 c. veg oil extract (instructions below)
5 tbsp. cocoa
3/4 c. sugar
3/4 c. splenda
2 eggs, well beaten
3/4 c. flour
1/4 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. baking powder
1 tsp. vanilla
Mix all ingredients together. Pour into well buttered cupcake pan (don't use the paper or foil cups, just butter the pan well). Cupcake pans work best because they make individual treats. The brownies also freeze well!
Bake at 350°F for 30-35 minutes.
Oil extract -
I personally use about an 8th of higher quality fresh green per 1 cup of oil or 1 ounce of pre vaped to 1 cup of oil. Depending on the effect you are going (body high / head high) is what you want to grab. For a head high you want fresh sativa, for a body/stoner high I would attempt to use indica but I prefer it prevaped due to it pulling out a lot of the THC and leaving behind all of the other CBNs and CBDs.
Grind your green well and add it to a cup of oil in a small pan on low. If you have a thermometer I would suggest to try and keep the temperature below 300. I normally leave mine simmering for up to 90 minutes, but 60 minutes is good. If you have very high grade medical quality I would be careful of the temperature due to possibly steaming off the chemicals. You want to look for it to turn to a yellowish green, sometimes brown. Watch for burning and stir often.
Once you allow it to cool a bit, use a coffee strainer or even a french press to remove all of the green. (people that leave it in are gross and stupid because it does nothing but ruin your tasty treat, its fine to do with butter but with oil its really gross). Make sure it cools before you begin to use it for baking.
One of the biggest mistakes that people make with baked good is not knowing how to gauge the amount to eat. Since it takes up to an hour to metabolize people end up eating too much then having a really bad experience. Your high can last easily up to 6 hours so I normally suggest starting with a quarter brownie and working your way up from there.