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Cannabis Cricket Cookies

Once I came to terms with how I was going to take care of my health and the route I was going to go down. Making the big decision to take all my baking a cake decorating skills and utilizing them by turning my medicine into food I can enjoy.

Playing with the flavours of the cannabis with spices and fun things around the kitchen including cricket powder had me intrigued. Life has never been boring for me, So why should medicating be boring as well. Knowing how do cook and bake with the plant material can provide with a sense of accomplishment;  not relying on anybody to figure it out for you. Especially in the healthcare system that is already strapped. Taking my basic cookie recipe and adding a few different ingredients gave me a protein cookie which not only was long lasting but kept me full for hours with a hot heavy dose of natural insect protein.

849BBF34-DB05-4C0E-8576-8F6F2A4FCEFE.jpegThe cookies turned out excellant. If no one told me I was eating crickets I would’ve never known. Most of us humans eat with her eyes , not with our taste buds, I’ve been married to one for over 18 years.  I have never allowed that to stop me from being creative and enjoying what I do like to eat regardless if anybody wants to eat it or not. That’s the cool thing about custom edibles, someone hires you to customize what they want with their medicine and I think it’s brilliant. What an honour it is to have someone who puts that much trust in you to provide them with something that’s going to give them what they need to make them feel their best.

Attempting to make a healthier version of a cannabis cookie is slowly coming together, this recipe is sure to please anybody who’s willing to think outside the box and eat their medicine and bugs together. Enjoy! I did and a few others didn’t as well!

Cannabis Cricket Cookies

Ingredients

3/4 cup granulated sugar
3/4cup packed brown sugar
1 cup of Cannabutter softened
1 teaspoon Infused vanilla extract
1 egg
2 cups  all-purpose flour
1/4 cup Presidents Choice Cricket Powder
 1 teaspoon  baking soda
1/2 teaspoon of sea salt
1 cup  coarsely chopped nuts (optional)
1 package  butterscotch or chocolate chips
Take The first five ingredients and either put in your a KitchenAid mixer, I love mine! All at once, whip the sugar , cannabis butter, vanilla and egg together on medium speed for approximately 3  minutes.
Slowly add your dry ingredients to the buttered and cream and egg mixture in your bowl, on low speed.  If your cookie mixture seems dry, add one more medium to large egg and I sometimes will add 2 tablespoons of infused olive oil to my cookie mixture depending on the consistency.
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You can then set your oven at 375°
Make sure your rack is at the middle of your oven. Depending on how many cookies you want I made 24, you can either measure out your cookie dough for consistency or you can eyeball it like I did. You can then know how much of the cookie you need for your own tolerance.
Place one tray of baked cookies in the oven and set the timer for 8-10 minutes checking on the cookies every minute there after if they are not done cooking as all of it is very in temperature.
Take your creation out of the oven with mitts , it’s hot! With a spatula remove the cookies and place them on the cooling rack until ready to eat or pack away to be frozen. Freezing them will allow you three months before for us but it will take affect. I honestly don’t think they will last that long.
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Note! Once you start making infusions with your medicine, everything you make will be the strains that are right for you which is key to therapeutic cannabis.
Mixing cannabis strains can have reverse effects as I have learned over the last 2 years, if you are using Cannabis from not your legal provider 😎

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