These delectable cannabis-infused peanut butter cookies are moist, use only 4 ingredients, and can be easily adjusted to accommodate all tolerance levels. Low-dose cookies provide therapeutic effects without being overwhelming. They are also gluten-free and grain-free!
This recipe for cannabis peanut butter cookies uses the leftover pulp from making cannabutter, ensuring that nothing goes to waste. The combination of flavors and textures in these cookies is perfect, and you can use less weed if you’re using decarboxylated cannabis that hasn’t been extracted yet.
Why You Will Love This Recipe
This recipe creates the best warm, delicious, melt-in-your-mouth peanut butter cookies. They’re even better because you can infuse them with multiple cannabis options.
Yes, you may convert any peanut butter cookie recipe into a cannabis-infused peanut butter cookie by simply adding a small amount of THC-laced baking oil.
It’s as simple as replacing the specified fat, such as butter or oil, with cannabis butter or cannabis oil to make a cannabis-infused cookie.
However, if you’re searching for the ideal cannabis peanut butter cookie recipe that’s been prepared with cannabis oil, cannabutter, sugar based on cannabis or concentrates, this is it!
If you’re new to incorporating cannabis into recipes, my guide will become your best friend.
Cannabis Peanut Butter Cookie Ingredients
This recipe uses only 4 ingredients.
- natural peanut butter
- sugar (I prefer brown sugar, coconut sugar or unrefined cane sugar)
- cannabis pulp with milk solids (leftover from cannabutter)
You can eat as many or as few of these low-dose cookies because they are gentle on your system. It’s also great that they taste delicious, so you don’t have to suffer through eating something you hate for the sake of getting relief.
Start with a small amount if you have trouble sleeping, suffer from anxiety, or want to alleviate pain without using cannabis edibles.I recommend eating half of one cookie the first time you food them.
It takes about 1 hour for edibles to take effect if you eat them on an empty stomach. If you consume edibles after a full meal, it might take up to 3 hours. Wait 1 to 3 hours for the impact of the first dose to manifest itself, and then assess whether you want to eat more depending on how you feel.
Because I don’t have a high tolerance for cannabis, one cookie is usually perfect for me. Someone who uses the cookies recreationally and has a higher tolerance may be able to eat up to 8.
Unfortunately, the THC and CBD contents of homemade cookies are impossible to anticipate. This is due to a variety of reasons, including cooking method, strain, growing environment, and so on. The preceding serving suggestion should be used as a guide only; you’ll need to play around with your cookies a little.
Adjusting Potency of the Cookies
This is how I make regular cannabis butter, but in a smaller amount. I’m going to use the leftover cannabis pulp from another recipe (and milk solids from cannabutter) instead of making a full batch of cannabutter. If you want to alter the potency, I recommend adjusting the amount of sugar, peanut butter, and eggs to match the quantity of pulp you already have. This way, I may utilize the whole batch of pulp without having to worry about dealing with any leftovers.
For example, if you want to double the strength of these cookies but still use up all of the pulp and milk solids from one batch, you’ll need half as much sugar, peanut butter, and egg.
Storing Cannabis Peanut Butter Cookies
Store these freshly-baked cookies in an airtight container at room temperature and they will stay fresh for up to one week. Most likely, you won’t be able to eat them all within a week though. I suggest leaving a few out for immediate consumption and freezing the rest in a sealed container or ziplock bag. They will last in the freezer for six months.
Cannabis Peanut Butter Cookies: Gluten-Free, Low-Dose
You don’t need to be a cannabis expert to make these low-dose peanut butter cookies. The process is simple, therapeutic effects are guaranteed without being overwhelming, and the dosage is easily adjustable for all tolerance level. Lastly, they are gluten-free and grain-free!
- Baking Sheet
- 1 quart of cannabis pulp + 1/2 cup milk solids (leftover from cannabutter) per batch
- 1 cup sugar I prefer brown sugar, coconut sugar or unrefined canesugar
- 2 cups natural peanut butter
- 2 eggs
- Add all the ingredients to a bowl. Use a spoon to mix well and form cookie dough. If you’re making the dough in advance, store it covered in the fridge until it’s time to bake.
- Preheat the oven to 350°F. Cover 2 baking sheets with parchment paper. Divide the cookie dough into 24 round pieces and place them on the sheets with space in between each one. Flatten each piece slightly and shape it into your desired cookie form.
- Put the baking sheets in the oven on the middle rack. Bake the cookies for 15 minutes.
- Remove the baking sheets from the oven and allow them to cool completely. If you try to move them while they’re still hot, they’ll fall apart.
- After the cookies are completely hardened, transfer them into airtight containers. Store at room temperature for up to 1 week or in the freezer for 6 months.
After a long day, enjoy freshly-baked cookies with a glass of CBD milk. Store the leftovers in an airtight container to preserve freshness for up to one week.
If you’re unsure how much cannabutter to use, try using the amount of flower you’ll add to the butter in this cannabis dosage calculator. This way, you’ll know exactly how much CBD or THC is in each cookie. Don’t eat too many of these creamy snacks because the cannabinoids will take about 30 minutes to show.