Discover how easy it can be to host a cannabis dinner party for your friends and family with a single cannabis infusion that will allow you to prepare an appetizer, entree, and dessert easily. 

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Features

  • How to infuse the entire meal with a single infusion
  • Delicious recipes for appetizers, entrees, and dessert
  • Tips and tricks for getting the dose right for your guests

Why You Will Love This Guide

Have you ever dreamed of attending a cannabis dinner party but never had the chance to attend one? 

Members of my Well With Cannabis Community got tired of waiting for an invite and decided, why not be the host instead?

I will show you how easy it is to host a cannabis-infused dinner party with a single cannabis infusion. 

To keep calm and confident in the kitchen, I will show you how to use my Bliss Cooking Oil for infusing to help you create the one dinner party your friends will never forget. 


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Plan Ahead

To host a successful cannabis dinner party, there are a few things you need to consider to ensure both you and your guests have a wonderful evening. 

Gathering this information ahead of time will ensure the event goes off without a hitch.

Grab your notebook; we will plan the guest list, appropriate dose, menu, and infusion. 

Guest List

Nothing is more important than the company you invite over.

And whether you’re hosting a party of 4 or 16, it’s important to have a final headcount to know how much Bliss cooking oil you will need to start with.

This will help determine the final dose and help you prepare enough food for everyone.

Ask your guests if they have a safe way to get home or if they are bringing a designated driver. 

If they bring a DD, be prepared to make a non-infused version of the meal. 

Questions to ask yourself:

  • How many guests will I have in total?
  • How many guests want an infused meal?
  • How many guests what a non-infused meal?
  • How many guests know or have a preferred mg for consumption?

Dose

Before we get too excited, it’s first important to think carefully about the final dose of the oil we want to infuse and serve. 

If you have guests, you want to know you are doing them safely and reliably. As a recommendation, aiming for 5mg of THC per serving is a good place to start.

We are infusing three courses: appetizer, entree, and dessert – so the final meal will offer 15mg of THC per person.

One of the best ways to do this is to know the % THC in your starting flower material, how many final servings you will need, and input that into the edible dosage calculator.

Questions to ask yourself:

  • How many guests want an infused meal? 
  • How many infused courses will be served?
  • What is the percent THC in your starting material?
  • How much oil will you infuse that into?

Menu

Selecting the menu may be the most fun part of the planning.

To keep things simple, I recommend my versatile Bliss cooking oil, which can be used for all three courses.

My oil is virtually tasteless, which makes it the perfect option to blend well with all three recipes you choose.

Here is my sample menu to inspire you, but you can adjust any course to your favorite recipe.

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How to Host a Cannabis-Infused Dinner Party

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Discover how easy it can be to host a cannabis dinner party for your friends and family with a single cannabis infusion that will allow you to prepare an appetizer, entree, and dessert easily.

Equipment

  • Bliss Cooking Oil

What You Need  

Instructions 

  • Plan your guest list and three-course menu. For this party, we will be serving:
    Appetizer: Cannabis Pear & Arugula Salad (5mg THC/per teaspoon)
    Entree: Cannabis-Infused Baked Fish (5mg THC/per teaspoon)
    Dessert: Cannabis Raspberry Chocolate Pudding (5mg THC/per teaspoon)
  • Do the math to calculate the desired dose per person before infusing.
  • To infuse the appetizer: Cannabis Pear & Arugula Salad. You do not need to make a separate lemon vinaigrette (unless you want to). Simple dress the salad with any store-bought citrus vinaigrette you like, and then garnish the salad with your infused avocado oil. This makes it simple to make the salad infused, or non-infused if your guests prefer.
  • To infuse the entree: Cannabis-Infused Baked Fish. This is another dish that is simple to make infused or non-infused, depending on your guests needs. Simple add 1 teaspoon of infused oil to the foil pack of each infused entree and bake according to the recipe directions. You can easily write on the foil in permanent marker to note which packets are infused.
  • To infuse the dessert: Cannabis Raspberry Chocolate Pudding. This recipe is not as easy to infuse at the individual level, it is best infused during the preparation of the recipe itself as stated in the directions. If you need a non-infused version, consider making two separate batches.
  • During the dinner party, remember to relax and enjoy your company, after all, that's the point of all of this preparation and work!
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About Emily

Hi, I’m Emily Kyle and I teach people just like you how to use cannabis to find joy, enhance productivity, improve relationships, and naturally support your overall health and wellness.

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  1. Hi there,
    I am not sure what ratio to use with everclear. I have 2 cups of everclear and am thinking 4 grams of flower. Is this correct? Thank you .Jo Ann

  2. Hello JoAnn. Working with alcohol is slightly different than oil; there is no standard ratio. I recommend putting your flower in a mason jar and only adding enough alcohol to cover the plant material completely. Here is my tincture guide, I hope this helps!