3 Yummy Keto Edible Recipes

    Raise your hand if you like cannabis. Good. Raise your hand if you don’t want to smoke or vaporize it. Excellent, so many hands. Raise your hand if you like sweets, like ice creams, brownies, or sweet bread. Wonderful, so many people like all of these things.

    There is good news for you. You can now freely consume cannabis by taking it with your favorite sweet flavor. The culinary has put a lot of effort (well, not necessarily) and created recipes for those who enjoy the marijuana high but don’t want to consume it directly. Below are three wonderful keto recipes you should try.

    Keto Brownies

    Brownies have become a household name based on how many people enjoy both cooking and eating them. Now, you have a chance to bake your keto brownie and spice it up with some cannabis-infused oil.

    Ingredients

    1 cup macadamia nuts

    1/4 teaspoon Himalayan salt

    1/4 teaspoon baking soda

    3 ounces of chopped dark chocolate

    3 large eggs

    1 teaspoon vanilla

    1 teaspoon stevia

    4 tablespoons cannabis-infused oil

    Directions

    1. Take a food processor, add the baking soda, macadamia nuts, and salt and pulse these ingredients until their mixture becomes crumbly.
    2. Next, pulse the cannabis-infused oil and chocolate so that you get a smooth mix.
    3. Pulse the other ingredients.
    4. Take a parchment-paper-lined 8 x 8 brownie or cake pan.
    5. Transfer the mixture from the food processor to the paper or the pan.
    6. Bake it for 25 minutes at 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
    7. Let your brownies cool for one hour on the counter.
    8. Start eating!

    Keto Banana Bread

    Yes, you heard that right. Not only can you find some delicious bread with bananas, but also you can mix it with some cannabis and make it taste even better. The best thing is that it is straightforward and quick to make.

    Ingredients

    3 medium bananas

    2 cups almond flour

    3 large eggs

    1/2 cup walnuts or pecans

    1/4 cup olive oil

    1 teaspoon baking soda

    3 tablespoons cannabutter

    1 tablespoon regular coconut oil

    Directions

    1. Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
    2. Take some parchment paper and line the pan with it.
    3. Mash up the bananas.
    4. Take a mixing bowl and put all the other ingredients in it by mixing at a low speed.
    5. Transfer the mixture from the bowl into the pan.
    6. Bake it for 60 minutes.
    7. Ready to dig in.

    Vanilla Ice Cream

    Is there anyone who can survive the summer heat without indulging a mouth-watering ice cream? Not many can do it. This recipe comes in handy when you want to kill two birds with one stone: obtain some cold and feel some high.

    Ingredients

    4 separated eggs

    1 1/3 cup of heavy cream

    1/3 cup of Natvia (or Erythritol)

    1 vanilla bean

    1-2 teaspoons of cannabis-infused coconut oil (melted)

    Directions

    1. Separate the egg yolk from the whites and bit the whites with an electric mixer.
    2. Wait until the whites become “white” and fluffy and mix them with Natvia.
    3. Take another bowl, put the heavy cream in it, and use the electric mixer to beat it until it becomes thick (but it should not be like batter).
    4. Take a sharp knife and remove the seeds from the vanilla pods with the back of your knife.
    5. Add the cannabis-infused oil and mix with the heavy cream.
    6. Gently fold the whites in with the cream, add the yolks and keep on folding.
    7. Transfer the mixture to a rectangle pan.
    8. Freeze for about 4 hours.
    9. Bon appetite!

    List of Other Options

                      These were only some of the most popular and easy-to-make recipes, but the list is not exhaustive. There are many other options for making keto edibles, such as cacao keto bites with cannabis, gummy bears, pretzels, and so on. The bottom line is that limited opportunities for consuming cannabis are long gone. Specialized dispensaries and shops have creative cannabis edibles along with canna recipes that you should definitely give a try.

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