Top 5 Cannabis Recipes on Wake + Bake

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It’s been a wild 6 years, hasn’t it?

In 2013, I decided to write “The Worlds First Legal Cannabis Cookbook” (Wake + Bake) and started this blog to keep track of experiments and recipes.

At first, a few people and my mom were the only people who would read my stuff.

My mom would say I cussed too much and sounded like a jackass (yeah… she has a point) or I’d hit a wall with tech and would go hide under a rock for a couple of months.

From there, this project has grown to help millions of people on their journey with cannabis and health.

So thank you for reading my posts and being so supportive of all the changes and growing pains that come with running a website while single mom-ing a toddler and always trying to remember where I left my damn phone.

As a quick hit of nostalgia, I took a look at the recipes that you guys check out the most and compiled them together for the first “Best of Wake and Bake” post.

best edibles recipes

Now they’re all here in one convenient location.

Enjoy!

Cannabis Coconut Oil Recipe

If you’re new to Wake and Bake, you’ll learn that I’m obsessed with using cannabis for health and wellness. My favorite way to make healthy edibles or topicals is through cannabis infused coconut oil (back in the day, I called it “green monster oil.”) Cannabis infused coconut oil is also the base for most of my recipes that you can find in my cookbooks. You can use this recipe as a base for so many things, including cannabananabread, guacamole dip, or a salve to rub on your sore muscles after a workout.

Tinctures 101: 3 Potent Cannabis Tincture Recipes

Tinctures are something I recommend to those who want to take their cannabis therepeudically without the need to smoke.

You can easily figure out your dosage and adjust until you find your sweet spot.

You’re getting a 3 for 1 in this tincture recipe post:

grain alcohol (green dragon)

brandy/vodka

And vegetable glycerin.

Check this post out if you’re wondering what type of tincture you should make to achieve your wellness goals.

Decarboxylating Cannabis to Activate THC

Everyone dives into the world of edibles by learning how to decarb, first. Before you can make all these edibles recipes, you need to activate your THC through a process called decarboxylation.

I know, it sounds scientific and scary, but I got you. Click here for an easy peasy guide on how to decarb your cannabis so you can make some awesome stuff.

Paleo Edibles: Easy & Healthy Cannabis Gummy Bear Recipe

Look at these adorable gummies! First of all, this specific recipe is made with berry puree and honey but swapping out the honey for monk fruit sweetener can turn this from paleo to keto-friendly.

If you’re thinking about microdosing your cannabis, gummies is a great way to get started. Click here for the paleo gummy bears recipe.

I Dare You: Homemade Weed Lube

This weed lube recipe is an all-time favorite at Wake and Bake… and it also happened to be my pregnancy announcement on this site.

The name of this lube is affectionately named “I Dare You” after a reader who literally dared me to try my coconut oil recipe as lube. If you’re not in the market to spend $88 on pre-made weeb lube and want to try your hand at making your own, give this recipe a go.

Corinne’s Pick: The Hippie Highball – A Cannabis Cocktail

Of all the recipes in my cookbooks and Wake and Bake, Hippie Highball is definitely my favorite. It’s an ice cube, with fruit, infused with cannabis… because I’m the type of person that wonders how we can infuse I’ve with cannabis.

Drop one of these bad boys into your sparkling water, cocktails, or favorite beverages and take a moment to chill with this recipe.

Do you have a favorite Wake and Bake recipe? Let me know in the comments below!

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7 Comments

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    Judy Eaton
    April 3, 2019 at 8:24 am

    I love wake and bake. I am a retired RN, 74 , who has been baking with cannabis since retiring 4 years ago. My husband is an expert grower who doesn’t use the stuff. But I have a ready supply for whatever..vaping and baking for sleep. He makes CBD salve for pain which he gives to family and friends. I also use CBD oil orally for systemic anti-inflammatory health. Keep up the great work! We have studied all aspects of cannabis use .and do educate people on the facts, to dispel all the misinformation out there. We love our Magic Butter machine. Takes away all the hassle we used to go through in making cannibutter. I was introduced to edibles by one of my hospice/home care patients and have never looked back.

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    dawnmeeka
    April 3, 2019 at 8:58 am

    My favorite recipe is your brownies in your Wake and Bake cookbook. I also bought the magical butter thanks to you and it is amazing! I have chronic muscle issues from a bone marrow transplant and cannabis is the only thing that works for the cramping. I do love your other recipes too! Thank you for doing all of this for us <3

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      Corinne
      April 4, 2019 at 6:37 am

      Yes, brownies are a CLASSIC! Thank you for all your support <3 -Fiona (Corinne's Assistant)

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    Scott Roach
    April 3, 2019 at 6:19 pm

    I have loved, used and shared your quick and easy cannabis salve for years now. It’s meant so much to me and my family. We ALWAYS have a jar around. I’ve also shared this with others and they always find it effective for pain as well as just plain enjoyable. It can also be easily enriched by adding some of your favorite essential oils. Thanks so much for sharing this with me and the rest of your “cannabis friends and family”.

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      Corinne
      April 4, 2019 at 6:37 am

      Thanks, Scott! Do you have a favorite essential oil blend? -Fiona (Corinne’s Assistant)

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    Judy Eaton
    April 4, 2019 at 9:00 am

    What essential oil works well in CBD salve? The original pot smell isn’t bad, but for variety would like to try it. I’m afraid the smell of the oil will change in processing, and those oils are expensive.

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      Emily
      April 6, 2019 at 4:55 pm

      Hey Judy, I make one with lavender and cedarwood. It smells nice.

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