Preparing edibles can be easy if you have the right ingredients. Here’s what you can use if you don’t feel like baking.
Baking and preparing edibles is a fun activity if you have the right disposition and tools, even if it takes longer than other methods of consuming cannabis. The baking process is one that’s normally ruled by lots of trial and error; adding weed into the mix only makes things more complicated. Still, you shouldn’t be intimidated at the thought of preparing your own edibles, especially now that there’s more time and willingness to bake and get creative.
Baking usually requires people to prepare their own cannabutter, a process that’s time consuming and that’s only a first step in the whole baking process. If you want to make some edibles but don’t feel like spending a lot of time on them, here are some things you can try:
THC infused honey sticks
THCinfusedhoney sticks are incredibly convenient. They can be drizzled on top of cookies, cakes, tea or coffee, transforming anything you have into a sweet treat that can get you high. There are also CBD infused honey sticks, which can be used to create edibles with no psychoactive effects.
If you do some research, you’ll discover that there are plenty of THC infused condiments, expanding on our definition of edibles. While these tend to be hemp or CBD based, there are some interesting THC options for salty and sweet foods, like infused sriracha, infused syrup and infused sugar.
If you have any edibles lying around your house and don’t find them particularly appealing, think of a way to re-purpose them. For example, if you have a chocolate edible, add some coconut oil or butter and melt it in a pot or microwave. This chocolate mix can be added to fruits or any other treat. Just pace yourself and eat with care, that way you won’t get too high on accident.