Getting Baked On Christmas: 5 Festive Recipes

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Getting Baked On Christmas: 5 Festive Recipes

Want to get into the Christmas ‘spirit’? Then why not treat your friends to a festive three course cannabis banquet with these five marijuana infused recipes!

Christmas is nearly upon us, and now is the time to bring your friends and families close. What better a way to achieve this than by inviting everyone around for a meal – a meal that will buzz and make enjoy each other’s company on this festive occasion. With this in mind, here are five cannabis infused festive recipes for the holidays.

Before we get into the recipes themselves, it is important to acknowledge that every course of this meal has cannabis in it, so you will need to dose each meal very lightly to ensure yourself and your guests can eat plenty without going overboard. You want to aim for a nice comfortable buzz that help bring you all closer together, not a full green out session – remember, ingested cannabis tends to have stronger, and longer effects than when it is smoked. So try and aim for 0.1 gram or less of cannabis per portion with each of the below dishes. A full dose per person is around 0.3g-0.5g, so when using 0.1g each person can eat one portion of each dish below.

It is also important to make sure each and every one of your guests is fully aware that some food is infused with cannabis, and exactly what is and isn’t. Feeding cannabis to a friend without them knowing is a sure-fire way of making them a friend no longer - besides getting you potentially into trouble.

Appetizer: Bruschetta Indica

It’s time to start the meal off with our tantalizing bruschetta - variety Indica!


Cannabis Oil
1 loaf of Italian sour dough bread
6-8 plum tomatoes
¼ bunch of fresh basil
3 cloves of garlic
½ cup of mozzarella


1. Finely chop the tomatoes, basil, and garlic.

2. Put it all in a bowl and mix with cannabis.

3. Allow the mixture to infuse and mingle for a couple of hours.

4. Cut your Italian sour dough into 4cm slices and lightly toast them.

5. Place the tomato, garlic and basil on each slice.

6. Shred your mozzarella cheese and add a small amount to each slice of bruschetta.

7. Serve!

Main Course: Ganja Lasagne

For the main course we have a special cannabis laced lasagne!


Cannabis, finely ground
Lasagne sheets
680ml of Spaghetti sauce
450g of minced/ground beef
225g of mozzarella
Parmesan cheese
450g of ricotta cheese
1 egg
2 cups of spinach
1 cup of water
Salt and Pepper


1. Place you beef in a saucepan and cook it over a medium heat until it is nicely browned.

2. Drain off the fat and then add in your cup of water and spaghetti sauce.

3. Bring the mixture to boil.

4. Beat the egg in a large mixing bowl.

5. Add in the ricotta, mozzarella, spinach, and cannabis to the bowl.

6. Now season with a little salt and pepper, then mix it all up.

Assembling the Lasagne

Now that all of the base components are assembled, it is time to put together the lasagne.

1. Take your oven proof dish and add a layer of your beef mixture (roughly 1/3 of the total mixture).

2. Place a layer of lasagne sheets over this.

3. Now make another layer with ½ of your cheese mixture.

4. Layer another 1/3 of your beef mixture on top of the cheese.

5. Place another layer of lasagne sheets on top of the beef.

6. Make another layer of beef mix with the remainders you have, followed by the final layer of cheese mixture.

7. Grate some parmesan on top.

10. Preheat your oven to 200 degrees Celsius.

11. Cover the lasagne dish with aluminium foil.

12. Bake in the oven for 40 minutes.

13. Remove the aluminium and bake for another 15 minutes to crisp up the cheese.

14. Remove your lasagne from the oven and allow it to stand for 10 minutes before cutting it.

15. Serve!

Alternative Main Course (accompaniment): Mashed Pot-atoe

If you have another meal idea in mind, then our mashed pot-atoe could be the perfect accompaniment.


Cannabis butter
3 large potatoes
150ml of milk
170g of ricotta cheese
1 tbsp. of chopped thyme
Salt and pepper


1. Cut your potatoes into evenly sized slices.

2. Boil the potatoes over a medium heat, in lightly salted water, until you can push a fork through a slice without much resistance.

3. Drain the water out and then mash the potatoes a little bit.

4. Add in the milk and then continue to mash.

5. Now add in the butter and continue to mash.

6. Add in the rest of the ingredients and mash it all up together until you have a nice even consistency.

7. Serve!

Dessert: Cannabis infused cinnamon Rolls

Now onto your festive dessert with these classic cannabis infused cinnamon rolls.


3 Cups of all-purpose flour
3 tbsp. sugar
3 tbsp. of butter, melted
1 tsp. of salt
2 tsp. of yeast
½ cup of milk
1 egg

¼ cup of cannabis butter, softened
½ cup of brown sugar
2 tbsp. cinnamon

¼ cup of cream cheese
¼ cup of butter, melted
1 cup of icing sugar
½ tsp of vanilla extract


1. Mix together your sugar, salt, yeast, and 2 ½ cups of flour in a large mixing bowl.

2. Using a separate bowl, mix together the melted butter and milk, once this is done, add it into the flour mixture.

3. Continue to stir and mix this until everything is nicely meshed together.

4. Now add in your egg, followed slowly by the remainder of your flour – mixing it in until you have a consistent soft dough.

5. Place your dough on a lightly floured surface and knead it for 10 minutes.

6. Place the dough in a greased bowl and set it aside for a further 15 minutes in a warm, dry area.

7. Now place your dough on a lightly floured surface and roll it out into a 22 x 33cm rectangle.

8. Spread your ¼ cup of softened cannabis butter evenly over the dough, and then sprinkle your sugar and cinnamon on top of it.

9. Roll the dough lengthwise into a spiralled log.

10. Cut the log into 10-12 equally sized pieces.

11. Place the portions into a greased baking tray, cover with aluminium foil, and allow the dough to rise for 1 hour – the dough should double in size as the yeast causes it to rise.

12. Preheat your oven to 190 degrees Celsius, then bake your rolls until they are lightly browned – this should take roughly 25 minutes.

13. Whilst the rolls are cooking, prepare your glaze. To do this, mix your icing sugar, cream cheese, melted butter and vanilla extract together. Continue to mix it until it has a smooth consistency.

14. Remove the rolls from the oven and glaze them.

15. Serve!

Optional Dessert: Cannabis Dresdner Stollen

A German Christmas wouldn’t be complete without traditional German dessert, so here is our cannabis infused Dresdner stollen recipe!


½ cup of raisins
½ cup of currants
1/3 cup of glazed cherries
¾ cup of blanched slivered almonds
1 cup of candied lemon and orange peel
42g of candied angelica
¼ cup of warm water
2/3 cup of sugar
5 ¼ cups of all-purpose flour
180ml of milk
120ml of rum
3 packets of active dry yeast
170g of soft, small cubed cannabis butter
113g of cannabis butter, melted
2 eggs
½ tsp of salt
¼ tsp of almond extract
½ tsp of grated lemon rind
2 tbsp. of icing sugar


1. Put all of the candied and dried fruits into a bowl.

2. Pour in the rum, mix it all up and allow to infuse for 1 ½ hours.

3. Now place the yeast in smaller bowl and add the warm water and ½ tsp. of sugar.

4. Stir the yeast mix and allow to sit for 5-10 minutes to allow the yeast to start activating.

5. In the meantime, strain the fruit/rum mix, setting the rum aside for later.

6. Dry the fruit with a paper towel and then sprinkle it with 2 tbsp. of flour.

7. Allow the flour to be absorbed, then set aside the fruit.

8. Put your milk, ½ cup of sugar, and salt into a sauce pan.

9. Heat up this milk mixture, stirring constantly until everything is dissolved.

10. Add the almond extract, lemon rind and rum.

11. Remove from the heat and allow it to cool a little before blending in the yeast mixture.

12. Take a large mixing bowl, and mix together 4 ½ cup of flour with your milk/yeast mix.

13. Beat your eggs until they begin to froth, then add them into the large mixing bowl.

14. Now mix in your soft cannabis butter.

15. Continue to mix everything until you are left with a consistent, soft ball of dough.

16. Put your dough on a lightly floured surface, and then knead the dough for at least 15 minutes.

17. Once the dough has an elastic and soft consistency, start gradually working in your fruit and almonds.

18. Place the dough in a large bowl and cover it with a towel. Place the bowl in a warm place for a couple of hours to let the dough rise (it should double in size).

19. Now take your dough, flatten it and divide it in half. Allow it to stand for 10 minutes like this.

20. Roll the halves into 30 x 20cm rectangles, around 1.5cm thick.

21. Take some of your melted butter and use it to brush the tops of each half.

22. Sprinkle each half with the remaining few tbsps. of sugar.

23. Take one of the longer sides of each half, and fold it into the middle, pressing down the edge.

24. Take the other long side of each half, and fold this side into the middle, overlapping the other folded side by about 1.5cm.

25. Place each loaf in a greased baking tray, and brush with the remainder of your melted butter.

26. Once again put it in a warm place until it doubles in size.

27. Preheat your oven to 190 degrees Celsius.

28. Cook the loaves for 45 minutes, or until golden brown.

29. Leave to cool on a rack, and then sprinkle with icing sugar.

30. Serve in 1-2cm slices!

There you have it, a full 3 course cannabis infused festive meal to be shared with likeminded friends and family. Sitting around a table and enjoying the gentle buzz the food induces will make for a memorable Christmas experience, and bring everyone together in this time of celebration and festivity.