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7 marijuana edible recipes you can make in your slow cooker

Your slow cookerВ is good for many things: Making soups while you sleep, preparing a one pot meal when you’re out all day at work, cooking up something delicious when you’d rather be outside than in the kitchen.

But have you ever considered using your slow cooker as a machine to make edibles? It works. Plug in that slow cooker and let your infused foods cook while you spend your time doing something better than monitoring a hot pot. Find some tasty recipe inspiration below.

Slow cooker cannabis-infused butter

The base for pretty much all baked edibles, make a big batch of this infused butter in your slow cooker and you’ll come home to the easiest, best infused butter.В Slab it on toast or mix it in your favorite recipes to make them extra “special.” The world is your oyster.В Get the recipe here

Slow cooker cannabis oil

Maybe you’re dairy free or using an edibles recipe that calls for oil, or you just want to try something new. Either way, this oil slowly infuses in your slow cooker so it’s ready for cooking when you return to your kitchen hours later. Get the recipe here

ABV cannabutter

ABV (Already Been Vaporized) weed gets a second life in this slow cooker cannabutter recipe. Why waste?В Get the recipe here

Slow cooker chocolate lava cake

Put that cannabis oil to good use with this decadent slow cooker chocolate creation that uses both cake mix and pudding mix. You could pretty much make it in your sleep. Get the recipe here

Cannabis-infused BBQ sauce

That cookout just got so much better with this slow cooker BBQ sauce — you can literally slather on anything. Fingers included. Get the recipe here

Canna-milk

This isn’t your average hemp milk! Drink this milk with a straw or add it to cereal or pretty much any recipe for a special buzz. Get the recipe here

Cannabis-infused honey

Be forewarned: This sticky recipe will make cleaning out your slow cooker a challenge (try a liner), but the sweet results of having slow-cooked infused honey are totally worth it. Get the recipe here

Your slow cookerВ is good for many things: Making soups while you sleep, preparing a one pot meal when you’re out all day at work, cooking up something delicious when you’d rather be outside than in the kitchen. But have you ever considered using…

How to make slow cooker cannabutter

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While there are many ways to infuse your food, a reliable slow-cooker cannabis butter recipe is an essential part of any weed chef’s arsenal. Cannabutter elevates any old batch of cookies or dinner recipes into THC-friendly treats. However, you can’t throw a stone without hitting a canna-chef with a story to tell about overdoing it on edibles. Tales of inconsistency, uneven distribution of THC, and overpowering highs are everywhere.

A reliable slow-cooker cannabis butter recipe is an essential part of any weed chef’s arsenal. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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Luckily, we have the perfect slow-cooker cannabutter recipe for you. How long does cannabutter take in a slow cooker, you ask? A slow cooker indeed takes more time than, say, baking your bud in an oven to decarboxylate the THCA into THC then throwing the ounce of weed into a pot of melting butter. Trust us, though, using a slow cooker to make cannabutter will ensure complete saturation and an uber-potent final product ready to use in a plethora of recipes.

Of course, the potency depends on several factors, including how long you cook your cannabutter, how much weed you throw into the pot, whether you add trim or bud, etc. If you’re wondering how much cannabutter does an ounce make, it all depends on how potent you want your butter. An ounce in 1 pound of butter is very different than an ounce in 2 pounds of butter.

The same logic applies to how much cannabis is used in the recipe. How much trim is in a pound of butter all depends on how strong you want your THC-infused experience to be. You could add any amount to the butter, from half an ounce to 2 ounces or whatever your preference may be.

The potency and amount of butter you make depends on the intended use for your cannabutter. If you have a specific weed recipe in mind, you can make as much as you need and adjust the below cannabutter recipe accordingly. Conversely, you can make large batches of cannabutter and freeze whatever you don’t use.

Read on for a step-by-step guide to making the perfect cannabutter in a slow cooker.

Slow-cooker cannabis butter recipe

First, assemble the following supplies and ingredients:

  • A slow cooker.
  • Metal strainer or cheesecloth.
  • Storage container.
  • 1 cup of water.
  • 1 pound of butter.
  • 1 to 2 ounces of cannabis flower, depending on potency preference.

Turn on the slow cooker to the lowest possible setting. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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Next, turn on the slow cooker to the lowest possible setting. Add all the ingredients and stir thoroughly. Put on the lid and allow everything to cook for up to 18 hours. Remember, the longer you cook, the more potent your weed butter will be. “How do I know when my cannabutter is done?” you ask. Gauge the duration of your cooking session based on how much THC you want the butter to absorb. The average cooking time per most online sources is about 12 hours.

Add all the ingredients and stir thoroughly. Photo by: Gine Coleman/Weedmaps

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Once your mixture finishes cooking, pour the cannabutter through the metal strainer or cheesecloth into a separate bowl. Set the butter in your refrigerator. As it cools, it will harden and separate from the water.

Finally, remove the butter from the water and store it in an airtight container, usually a glass jar or plastic container. Your weed butter is now ready to use.

Your weed butter is now ready to use. Photo by: Gina Coleman/Weedmaps

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