Are you ready to tantalize your taste buds with delicious, no-fuss recipes? With my collection of scrumptious no-bake edibles and drinks made with cannabutter, you can have a mouthwatering meal prepared with minimal effort in no time!

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Features

  • All recipes feature the use of cannabutter
  • Recipes do not require any baking in the oven
  • Over ten tasty edible and delicious drink recipes

Why You Will Love This Guide

It’s no secret that cannabutter is the most tried and true staple recipe in any cannabis kitchen.

For many members of my Well With Cannabis Community, cannabutter holds a special place in their hearts as it is the first edible they’ve ever tried.

Whether you buy my cannabutter or make it at home, the next exciting step is to find a way to use it!

Ready to explore your creative side? With these recipes, you can make the most of cannabutter and whip up decadent dishes and drinks.


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But Really, It Is OK To Bake Cannabutter

If you’re here because you want a tasty no-bake recipe, you’ve come to the right place!

But if you’re looking for a no-bake recipe because you’re afraid to bake with cannabutter and ruin it, have no fear; it is OK to bake cannabutter.

Whether you’re making brownies or chocolate chip cookies, you can rest assured that you are not ruining the potency of your cannabutter in traditional baked goods recipes.

If you’ve been told to avoid baking cannabis at high temperatures, know that it is perfectly OK to bake at high temperatures.

When baking, you’re not heating your cannabutter hot enough to hurt the potency (unless you burn it!)

If anything, there is the potential to convert some of that THC into CBN, the sleep cannabinoid.

Alternate Cannabutter Options

As with all things homemade edibles, the addition of cannabutter truly is the best part of this recipe. 

The high-fat content makes it the perfect vessel for enjoying cannabis and leads to better absorption.

You can choose which option or simple recipe you want to start with first before making recipes at home:

  1. Buy my premium cannabutter – with both CBD and THC. Each teaspoon contains 12.5mg of CBD and 12.5mg of THC, making dosing easy. This is the finest cannabutter that can be shipped directly to your door.
  2. Make your own infused butter – with regular with your choice of salted or unsalted butter, clarified butter, or ghee. Just know that regular butter will cause separation.

There are many different methods to choose from; find one that works best for you. 

Here are a few cooking processes to choose from:

If you’re unsure how much cannabis and butter or oil to use, feel free to use my flower-to-oil ratio guide to help get you started.

Notes and Expert Tips 

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Take your edibles to the next level…

My Edibles Made Easy Online Cooking Course will teach you how to easily make cannabis edibles and topical recipes at home. This step-by-step video course will teach you how to infuse, extract, and create edibles with many different product types – all from the comfort of your own home.

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. I made two sticks of butter in my LEVO with 14g flower . I ended up with 1 stick butter. How does this impact dose calculation? Thanks

  2. Hi Mary. Great question! When it comes to calculating dosage, it’s important to note that while you may experience a reduction in the volume of butter after the infusion process, this doesn’t mean a loss in overall potency.

    The cannabinoids from your cannabis have been infused into the butter. So even though you started with 2 sticks of butter and ended up with 1 stick, the total amount of cannabinoids remain roughly the same. So, for dosage calculations, you can still use the initial amount of cannabis and butter you started with. I hope this helps!