Planning on adding a few extra herbs to your Thanksgiving meal this year? We’ve put together this collection of cannabis-infused holiday recipes to help you turn your Thanksgiving into a Danksgiving.
These takes on classic beverages, sides, main dishes and desserts are easy to execute with the addition of a few cannabis infused kitchen staples.
Nothing screams holiday joy more than a sparkling bevvy to kick off a fun gathering with friends and family. This sparkling spritzer pairs cannabis tincture with club soda and fresh fruit to give you a medicated jump start to your holiday gathering, day or night!
Pumpkin Spice + Cannabis + Cocktails… Is there anything better for a cozy winter night? These are all of our favorite fall things wrapped into one drink. This recipe uses cannabis milk and leaves you with the choice to drink this as a warm cocktail, or as a cold smoothie! The choice is yours.
This cannabis infused tea can be enjoyed hot or cold, and at any time during the year – but we like to celebrate with this one during the holiday season. Hibiscus and ginger provide many health benefits on their own, even before the addition of cannabis tincture in this recipe. Sip on this after your holiday meal and slide into the coziest time of the year.
Friendsgiving, Thanksgiving, Danksgiving – you’ll never find a more appropriate time to bust out your homemade Pumpkin Pie with a medicated twist. Pumpkin Pie is a fan favorite this time of year, but the cherry on top (aka whipped cream) is that this baby is infused with either kief butter or cannabis butter. The taste of cannabis is barely recognizable, making this one of your new favorite holiday recipes that will please the masses!
Baklava is a Greek or Turkish holiday treat primarily made with phyllo dough, honey, nuts, and spices. To turn this into your medicated holiday party favorite, this recipe uses cannabis butter or kief butter. Baklava looks complicated but is quite easy to make, so impress all of the party-goers with this fancy twist on a classic favorite!
Baked apples are one of those desserts that you don’t realize are super easy to make, and that you pretty much always have all of the ingredients for! Even better is that this recipe doesn’t require you to pre-make cannabis butter (unless you want to) – it simply utilizes cannabis kief which is mixed in with the other ingredients to give these apples a medicinal punch.
Mashed potatoes are obviously the most important side dish for any holiday meal. This twist on a traditional recipe uses cannabis butter or kief butter to add some extra herbage to your creamy mashed potatoes.
You really can’t go wrong with a recipe that contains both cannabis and bacon. These deviled eggs made with cannabis mayonnaise, sour cream, bacon, and chives are sure to be a hit whether served as an hors d’oeuvre with the pre-meal drinks or as a side to the main event.
This tasty THC infused chutney is a perfect accompaniment to your holiday meat dishes, or can even be used as an ice cream topper for dessert! If you’re feeling ambitious, make it using a homemade apple sauce, or to save time use a store bought jar of the chunky variety.
It just wouldn’t be Danksgiving without a cannabis-infused main course, would it? This simple cannabutter basted THC turkey is the perfect centerpiece for your Thanksgiving meal spread, not to mention an essential for those next day turkey sandwiches.
A cannabis honey-glazed ham makes a great alternative or second main course at any holiday meal. The glaze made from corn syrup, maple syrup, honey, and cannabis butter gives this baked ham its mouth watering caramelization.
If you really want to show off your cannabis cooking skills this Danksgiving, give this stuffed pork loin roast recipe a whirl. The stuffing is infused with cannabis butter prior to going inside the roast and then it all gets baked together for a visually appealing dish with complex flavors that will please your taste buds!