Cooking With CBD Oil: 12 Savory & Sweet CBD Recipes
August 17, 20225 min read
Cooking With CBD Oil: 12 Savory & Sweet CBD Recipes
There are many ways of taking CBD products, from edibles, topicals, and CBD oil. However, sometimes using the same products can be a little monotonous. Cooking and adding CBD to your food supplements can be a great way of enjoying CBD. This article will give you examples of recipes that you will use to spice up your kitchen routine and enjoy CBD in another way rather than the mainstream products.
More companies opt to make all kinds of CBD products for sale with the recent rise in demand for CBD products. You can find CBD in terms of Topical, CBD oil, and Edibles. All these are amazing ways of enjoying the benefits of CBD; however, sometimes, the price can be over the budget. Did you know that you can use CBD oil as a supplement for food? Instead of purchasing CBD edibles, below are a few recipes on how you can add CBD oil to your meals with ease. You might wonder why you haven't tried these from the beginning.
Cooking With CBD Oil
Cooking is a great way to refresh yourself and is a hobby for many people. However, cooking something new can be difficult, especially if you don't have a recipe. Cooking with CBD oil is a great way to break from the monotony of using many products on the market today. Below are some recipes people think they should try because they are sure you will be finger-licking after trying them out.
Guacamole is one of the most common dips many people use; however, it's also a great way to infuse CBD oil into your meal. You can use this CBD Guacamole for everything, whether dipping or side meals.
Avocados, 2 or 3
Garlic cloves cut into small pieces
Half an onion
1 tablespoon of lime juice
Your CBD oil
Cut your Avocados into small pieces and throw them into a bowl; you can then stir this using a spoon or mortar to make it soft.
Add the Garlic cloves, Kosher salt, jalapeno pepper, onion, and your lime juice. Stir your mixture and add CBD oil to your desired amount; you can use any amount depending on your dosage.
Watkins (2020) suggested that you could cover your Guacamole after stirring this mixture and let it settle at room temperature for about 2 hours before serving to allow your CBD oil o fuse well with the avocado.
Chocolate CBD Latte
Your mornings might get better with this recipe. You will love having CBD in your cup of coffee if you love having coffee in the morning.
A tablespoon of cacao powder
A teaspoon of vanilla extract
Get your ingredients except for your CBD oil, and pour them into your pot or whatever you are used to cooking.
Stir everything up until they mix and start boiling, then pour it into your cup or mug.
Add your desired CBD oil, and you are good to go. Adding raw cacao powder at the top might go a long way to make your chocolate more appealing.
CBD Salad Dressing
Clark (2019) suggested that you could serve this dressing with any salad of your choice for a unique taste and benefits from your CBD oil.
Cup of orange juice
A tablespoon of honey
A cup of vinegar
Cup of olive oil
A pinch of salt and pepper to taste
Flavored CBD oil
Cut the desired vegetables (spinach, kale, lettuce, or other greens) into pieces and place them in a bowl.
Add the ingredients to the bowl and stir till they mix up.
Serve your salad and enjoy.
CBD mashed potatoes
According to Mc Donough (2012), adding CBD oil to mashed potatoes will make it better for a healthier body if you are a mashed potatoes fan.
4 cups of mashed potatoes (preferably pre-made)
Salt and pepper
1 tablespoon of unsalted butter
A cup of whipping cream
Mix your mashed potatoes, salt & pepper, unsalted butter, whipping cream, and your CBD isolate powder.
Mix and whip these ingredients until they are pureed and mixed. Spread this mixture on your oven dish. You can spray non-stick before spreading the mixture to avoid sticking to the dish.
Spread the cheese on top of this mixture and place it in the oven.
Give the mashed potatoes time to cool off, and serve when it's warm.
CBD paleo Chocolate bars
People love to eat chocolates. These CBD chocolate bars will blow your mind because they are made using CBD-infused coconut oil instead of normal CBD oil. Wolkowicz (2012) stated that CBD chocolates offer a unique taste with a classy dark chocolate taste.
1 cup of coconut sugar
1 cup of almond butter
2 cups of dark chocolate chips
2 cups of flour
2 tablespoons of vanilla bean paste
2 tablespoons of coconut flour
2 teaspoons of baking powder
CBD coconut oil
Mix all your ingredients in a bowl, ensuring that all ingredients spread out evenly.
Preheat your oven to about 300F and line a baking sheet with non-stick parchment paper.
Using a silicone spatula or wooden one, gently fold your chocolate chips into the shape you desire on the baking sheet.
Allow the chocolate chips to bake for about 30 minutes and take them out.
Let it cool off for a while, divide it into several pieces to your desired number, and serve.
CBD Mango Smoothie
Whether you like to start the day off with a smoothie or just like enjoying a cool smoothie during the day, this is a recipe you must try. The best thing is that it is very easy to make and doesn't take much of your time.
1 or 2 mangoes
A banana or an avocado
A cup of yogurt
A cup of milk
Peel the fruits and add all the ingredients into a blender; add a little amount of water or ice, depending on how you like it, and blend until it becomes creamy.
Serve this smoothie while cold or warm depending on how you like it.
The recipes above are a great way of inducing cannabis into a diet. Cannabis is an herb that can be integrated easily into your foods, whether they are brownies, salad dressings, cakes, and other recipes. More people are opting for adding CBD to their food over other forms of taking CBD. You not only get to spice up your recipes, but you add up the various health benefits. You don't have to follow the same recipes repeatedly; switch up and mix these recipes to find out what recipe you will love. You can add to the recipes to make your recipes; remember to have fun during cooking.
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Mcdonough, E. (2012). The Official High Times Cannabis Cookbook: More Than 50 Irresistible Recipes That Will Get You High. Chronicle Books.
Watkins, J. (2020). Simply Living Well: A Guide To Creating A Natural, Low-Waste Home. Houghton Mifflin.
Wolkowicz, A. H. (2012). Edible Marijuana: A New Frontier In The Culinary World.