Spaghetti Doughnut: How To Make This Fad Food With Marijuana Added

Turn a traditional recipe into a portable portion.

Spaghetti Doughnut
Photos by Maria Penaloza

Spaghetti Pie has just been sitting there in the back of everyone’s minds for years. Known for being a proving ground of trendy and sometimes sweeping food fads, Smorgusburg Food Fair in NYC has been stuffed with all of the most instagrammable foods for years now. Recently, Pop Pasta has come out with a trendy donut shaped serving of the traditional leftover user that is Frittata di Spaghetti aka Spaghetti doughnuts. It looks really tasty, and ripe for the weedhacking.


This is probably one of the more fun ways to use leftover pasta, since it gets boring to eat the same thing more than a few times. It’s exceedingly simple to turn strands of al dente yesterday into on the go perfection. If you don’t have a donut pan, simply make in a greased Casserole or baking dish and cut like people have been doing for decades before Instagram.

No matter what kinds of pasta you are into, throwing it in a bowl with some eggs, cheese, and garlic pretty much cements a tasty outcome. No matter how saucy or not saucy, you can supplement fewer or more eggs as needed.

Photos by Maria Penaloza

Spaghetti Doughnut

Based on Pop Pasta creation, recipe by Danielle Guercio 2017
Dosage: 4mg per donut

  • ½ lb leftover al dente pasta
  • 6 eggs
  • 1/4 c cream
  • 3 Tbsp sauce (optional)
  • 2 Tbsp cannabis infused butter*
  • ½ cup grated Romano cheese
  • 5 cloves garlic
  • Salt and pepper

Photos by Maria Penaloza

Preheat oven to 350. Whip eggs in a bowl until frothy. Drizzle in cream, half of the cheese, gently melted butter, chopped garlic, salt and pepper. Toss in spaghetti and sauce if you are using and mix well.

Photos by Maria Penaloza

Grease pan really well for this so that your creation comes out easily. Dispense spaghetti into a donut pan or casserole if you are going old school. All you have to do for donuts is shape the pasta around the center of the mold, and they still come out delicious if you don’t try that hard. Sprinkle the extra cheese and some salt and pepper on top.

Bake for 15-25 minutes depending on doneness, rotating once. If you want them a bit crisper you can go to 30, or take out of the molds and bake on a sheet with even more cheese. Try not to go over 350 or 30 minutes for the sake of the cannabutter. Always allow to cool for at least 5 minutes before attempting to remove from the pan, and giving them a twist, rather than trying to pull them out, will get you intact donuts.


*Cannabutter Recipe

Decarboxylate 3.5g of finely ground cannabis at 225 degrees for 20 minutes in a tightly sealed, oven safe container. Put cannabis in lidded mason jar or vacuum sealed bag with cannabis and one stick of butter.

Heat in water bath just under boiling for at least 1 hour. Strain and chill to use in recipes.

Photos by Maria Penaloza

Serve wrapped in paper to hit the road, cut in half and smeared with spread or stuffed with breakfast meats, or if you are feeling extra carby, stick it on an English muffin. The bite of the garlic will help wake up last night’s flavors, and a generous dose of cheese and cream makes the egg mixture fluffy and soft, not rubbery and tough, so you enjoy every second of this repeat.

Photos: Maria Penaloza


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