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Can You Make THC Edibles At Home?

Are you tired of burning holes in your pockets every time you buy THC edibles? Are you wondering if you can make THC edibles at home? If the answer to these questions above is yes, then we have the perfect solution for you. Yes, you can make THC gummies at home! We’ll walk you through a few delectable recipes in this article that require little to no cooking beforehand.

Read on to find out how!

How To Make THC Edibles At Home?

Decarboxylating your weed

The first step in any at-home THC recipe is to decarboxylate your weed.

The boiling point of THC is 314F; therefore, overheating your cannabis for an extended period will reduce its potency. However, the procedure itself is relatively simple:

1. Preheat the oven to 240°F.

2. Imagine you are toasting spices; cut the bud into more manageable pieces and set it on a baking sheet. Don’t stack marijuana bits on top of one another by overloading them.

3. Carefully place the baking sheet in the oven, then observe it for 30–40 minutes (depending on oven strength and weed strain). Instead of the more vivid green of an untoasted leaf, you should be looking for a golden brown shade.

4. Remove the roasted marijuana from the oven and allow it to cool. Then, after placing the weed in a food processor, pulse it once or twice to grind it roughly.

Your weed is now decarboxylated. So let’s get to cooking!

 Cooking THC edibles at Your home

Recipe 1: Cannabutter

It is wonderful because you can use it as the foundation for practically anything. But, unfortunately, unless you’re a vegan, butter is included in more meals than you probably realize.

This is how to do it:

Melt some soft butter in a pan (add a little water to prevent it from burning)

Add your decarboxylated, ground cannabis, and boil for two to three hours.

Butter should be strained into a jar (for example, you can use a funnel with cheesecloth to catch the ground-up weed)

Put the cannabutter container in the fridge!

You now own the ideal component for a variety of dishes!

Recipe 2: Cannaoil

Another base for several different recipes is cannabis. You can substitute this with your regular oil and use it in your usual recipes! It is how you create it:


2 cups oil

1 ounce decarboxylated weed


Add two cups of oil and one ounce of decarboxylated ground marijuana (coconut, vegetable, etc.)

Heat, but don’t let it boil for at least six hours.

You can pour some water to prevent it from burning.

Take the ground-up bud and strain the oil out.

This oil with THC flavoring can be the ideal component of an oil-based salad dressing.

Recipe 3: THC Grilled Cheese Sandwich

Want a snack? Too lazy to cook breakfast or dinner? Just have one of these fantastic THC-grilled sandwiches.


2 slices of bread

As many cheese slices as you want

2 tbsp cannabis butter

2 tbsp regular butter


Spread the regular butter evenly on one side of each bread.

Apply the cannabis butter on each bread’s other side (which doesn’t have the regular butter).

Place the cheese on the bread’s cannabutter side. Sandwiches should be sealed with the marijuana butter sides facing inside.

Grill the sandwich over medium heat until the cheese has melted and each side is golden brown (3 minutes each side)

Done! Go ahead and enjoy your sandwich with some ‘high’ tea!

Recipe 4: THC ice cream

Creating THC ice cream is simple, and you can garnish it. Ice-creams are the perfect option when you are not in the mood to cook classic THC-baked products like brownies or chocolates. Here’s how you can make it.


16 ounces of heavy cream

½ cup cannabutter

Toppings of your choice


Melt 16 ounces of heavy cream at a medium temperature in a saucepan.

Melt your cannabutter butter and also add sugar.

Mix everything and add anything else you like (fruit, nuts, chocolate chips, etc.)

Freeze this mixture overnight

Your THC ice cream would be ready to be devoured the next morning!

Recipe 5: THC Mac and Cheese

The good old Mac ‘n’ cheese with a brand new twist. A filling meal that will make you feel full and euphoric!


A carton of ready-to-cook macaroni and cheese

6 cups of water

3 tbsp milk

2 tsp cannabutter

3 tsp regular butter


Add the mac and cheese box to the boiling water. Cook for 7 minutes, stirring after each minute.

Remove the water by straining it.

The pasta should then be placed in a skillet with butter, cheese sauce, and milk.

Stir thoroughly and start eating!

Recipe 6: THC bacon

Although people are becoming conscious of health daily and leaning towards avoiding bacon – the stoner community will never let go of this delicacy!

Simply sprinkle some pulverized, decarboxylated flower over one side of each slice of bacon to create your weed bacon. Bake it at 245 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 minutes before flipping.

Sprinkle the other side and bake for another 10 minutes.

Pro tip: You can now utilize the leftover THC-infused bacon fat in other meals!

Recipe 7: THC garlic bread

BBQs and garlic bread are both excellent snacks. So why not use marijuana to liven things up?


One loaf of bread of your choice (French, Italian, Parmesan)

2 cups of cannabutter

Two vast cloves of garlic

1 tablespoon grated Parmesan cheese



Set your oven to 350°F for baking.

Half-cut the bread (horizontally).

In a bowl, combine the parsley, garlic, and cannabutter.

Spread this mixture evenly on the bread.

Put it on a baking sheet, and bake for 10 minutes.

After removing it from the oven, top it with parmesan cheese.

Let it bake for 2 to 3 minutes until the cheese bubbles, and the bread’s crust is toasted.

Take it out of the oven, then let it cool

Slice it up, and enjoy!


People claim that THC improves everything, including food, music, video games, and certain late-night extracurricular activities. It’s time to continue to create your THC edibles to enjoy daily. A few alternatives turn virtually every meal into a weed-infused joy, like THC and cannabutter. All these recipes are super-easy to make and also super-light on your pockets!

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