This month is filled with yummy holidays themed on one of our favorite topics: FOOD! We have already celebrated a couple of these awesome holidays at Roottie, and thought it would only be polite to share them with our faithful fans. There’s also still one more to come with National Potato Chip Day, and we’ve come up with an amazing infused treat to celebrate the crisp, salty delights.
National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day
For National Peanut Butter Lover’s Day we infused our favorite peanut butter with cannabis olive oil, an easy recipe almost anyone can follow. Simply mix infused olive or coconut oil into peanut butter mixed at whatever ratio is best for that day.
National Cereal Day
At Roottie headquarters we eat our cereal with infused almond milk. To make almond canna-milk create a double boiler using a pot with a bit of boiling water and a glass bowl over the top. Pour the milk and dried cannabis herbs into the glass bowl and mix until the herb is completely submerged. Use about a joint worth of cannabis flowers per ¼ liter of milk. Simmer the mixture while stirring constantly for 30 to 45 minutes. The milk will turn a yellow-greenish color. Strain with a cheesecloth and enjoy!
National Potato Chip Day
Still to come this month is National Potato Chip Day – March 14th! Our favorite clever way to enjoy salty chips is dipped in a bit of chocolate. Sprinkle with a few kernels of quality sea salt for a gourmet finish. So this week for the holiday we’re excited to infuse kief into our favorite dipping chocolate, dip some potato chips and let them harden into beautiful, delicious, and potent treats.
Munchies are crucial to every stoner, so this March we’re excited to share how we’re getting high off of our munchies. How would you infuse these items?
Cara began working in the retail cannabis industry of San Francisco, CA in 2011 and continued in that sector for years. In 2015 she put down her budtender hat and dedicated herself to writing full-time. Her passion for the written word and deep respect for the healing properties of the cannabis plant fuel the passion in her posts.