How to Make Weed Edibles for Beginners - Best Weed Edibles Recipes

30 March 2023
If you are a medicinal user or just want to try different ways to consume cannabis, edibles are the way to go!
30 March 2023
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How to Make Weed Edibles for Beginners - Best Weed Edibles Recipes

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  • 1. Why make edibles?
  • 2. The history of edibles
  • 3. Calculating dosage
  • 4. How to make weed edibles
  • 4. a. Decarboxylation
  • 5. Cannabis tinctures recipes
  • 5. a. How to make cannabis tinctures
  • 5. b. How to make cannabis gummies
  • 6. Cannabutter recipes
  • 6. a. How to make cannabutter
  • 6. b. Slow boil cannabutter recipe
  • 6. c. Quick cannabutter recipe
  • 6. d. How to make cookies with weed
  • 7. Canna oil recipes
  • 7. a. How to make canna oil
  • 7. b. Quick cannabis infused oil
  • 7. c. Slow boil cannabis infused oil recipe
  • 7. d. How to make pot brownies
  • 8. Cannabis-infused milk recipes
  • 8. a. How to make cannamilk
  • 8. b. How can i consume cannabis-infused milk?
  • 8. c. How long will it take for cannabis milk to kick in?
  • 9. More great edible recipes
  • 9. a. Marijuana caramels
  • 9. b. Marijuana rice krispie treats
  • 10. In conclusion

Making cannabis edibles is one of the most effective ways to get medicated and they can be easily made at home with alcohol, butter or oil, an oven, and of course, cannabis.

Edibles are the most effective way to get high, after they’re ready you won’t need papers, a lighter, or anything else and the effect can be quite strong even for avid consumers. However, making them can be tricky if you don’t know how to make them properly so if you want to know how to make weed edibles, read along.

1. Why Make Edibles?

Edibles are usually consumed by medicinal patients who need a strong effect to alleviate chronic pain or other disorders, by consuming cannabis in food, you leave out the smoke and other bad sides of consuming cannabis which aren’t a big problem for most consumers but are a huge con for some.


How to make cannabis edibles: why make edibles

Edibles is a simple and effective way to consume cannabis without smoking or vaporizing.

Making edibles the correct way allows you to consume the correct dosage you need and at any time you want, so to help you make your own medicine at home we’ve come up with this article.

2. The History of Edibles

The history of cannabis used in cooking can be traced back to early China. Records from the Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD) show that marijuana was being used as a food flavoring and preservative. In India, cannabis has been used for centuries in traditional Ayurvedic medicine as a treatment for a variety of illnesses.

Though the use of edibles can be traced back to ancient times, the history of edibles in the United States is relatively young. The earliest evidence of edible use in America comes from the Jamestown colony in 1611, where English settlers found Native Americans using weed to make a type of tea. Edible use continued to grow throughout the colonies, and by the early 1800s, cannabis was being used to make a variety of food and drink products, including beer and wine. It was also being prescribed by doctors for a range of ailments and was found in a huge range of different medicinal tinctures of the day.


However, edibles fell out of favor in the early 1900s as cannabis was demonized and eventually outlawed. It wasn't until the late 20th century that edibles began to regain popularity, thanks in part to the growing acceptance of cannabis. Today, cannabis edibles are becoming increasingly popular, thanks in part to the growing legalization of medical and recreational marijuana. Cannabutter is one of the most popular ways to infuse cannabis into food. Cannabutter is made by simmering marijuana buds in butter or oil, which extracts the cannabinoids and terpenes from the plant material. The resulting butter or oil can then be used in any recipe that calls for butter or oil.

Cannabis-infused coconut oil is another popular option. Coconut oil is a natural anti-inflammatory and has a high smoke point, making it a good choice for cooking with cannabis. It can be used in baked goods, smoothies, or simply eaten with a spoonful. It also adds a lovely coconut flavor which pairs beautifully with most sweet edible options. If you are interested in learning about making your very own cannabis-infused oil or butter (plus a range of other ways to infuse THC) then hang about, as we will dive headfirst into all the options a little further down in this article.

3. Calculating Dosage

Before making your edibles it’s essential you know exactly how much THC you want to consume with each portion and how much THC is in the flowers, hash, or whatever you’re using.


How to Make Cannabis Edibles: cannabis buds weigh in

It's essential you know exactly how much THC goes into your edibles to prevent getting too high.

Now, this can be easy if you live in California because every product that you buy at a dispensary comes with a lab test that provides exactly what it contains but if you’re growing your own cannabis or making your own extractions, it can be quite hard so this table will help you figure it out.


THC Content per gram
Cannabis product THC percentage THC content
Brick weed 3-6% 30-60mg
Regular home-grown flowers 15-20% 150-200mg
Top-shelf cannabis 20-30% 200-300mg
Extracts 60-90% 600-900mg


Remember that once you’ve consumed your cannabis there’s no effective way to stop the effect so we recommend going slowly and experimenting with different amounts to know what you’re comfortable with and what works for you.


Recommended THC mg per serving
Consumer tolerance Weak Recommended Strong
Very low tolerance 0.3mg 3mg 10mg
Low tolerance 0.5mg 10mg 20mg
Medium tolerance 10mg 10-25mg +25mg
High tolerance 25mg 25-60mg +60mg


Have in mind that this table is just an approximation to help you better dose your cannabis edibles. If you already know the THC percentage of your weed, you can read our post on dosage calculation to measure it exactly.

By the way, it doesn’t have to be THC. If you’re only looking for medical benefits and dislike mind-altering effects, you can make edibles from a CBD-rich strain, too. But you’ll probably have to grow one yourself. Something like our CBD Auto 20:1. This autoflower contains 20% CBD and as low as 0.3% THC, making it perfect for medical patients. And growing it isn’t hard at all, requiring neither special skills nor expensive equipment.

4. How To Make Weed Edibles

Making edibles is relatively simple but there are several methods which will work better depending on how you want to consume your edibles, you can make cannabis-infused alcohol, baked goods, salads, gummies, ice-cream, lollipops, and several other things but all of them start with three basic products: cannabis tinctures, cannabutter or cannabis oil.


How to make cannabis edibles: how to make edibles

Making cannabis-infused edibles is super simple!

In this article, we’ll teach you how to make these three cannabis derivatives step-by-step and we’ll include a good recipe for you to enjoy them, just remember that you can do any type of edible you want so get creative and experiment at home.


Decarboxylation is the process of converting THCA to THC, this process occurs when you’re smoking or vaping cannabis. But when cooking, first you will need to activate the THC for you to get the desired effects.

Step 1

Preheat your oven to around 100 °C. The temperature cannot go over 105°C because it will evaporate the cannabinoids. If you are worried about the temperatures going up, you can do this process at 90°C to be safe, but it will take a bit longer.

Keeping the temps a bit lower also makes sense if you want to preserve the weed’s unique terpene profile, like in our Strawberry Banana Auto. Losing this strain’s incredibly rich and varied aroma to overheating is almost criminal.

Grind your flower into a fine consistency, if you’re using kief, trims, or extraction there’s no need to process it.


How to make cannabis edibles: decarboxylation

It's essential you decarboxylate your cannabis before making edibles.

Step 2

Place a sheet of parchment paper or tin foil on a baking sheet and spread it all over it. You want to have one thin layer of flower (extract, kief, or whatever) so if you have too much, just divide it in half. If the layer isn’t thin, your cannabis won’t decarboxylate properly and you will waste precious cannabinoids.

Step 3

Place the baking sheet in the oven, 20 min should be enough for around 5g but it may take longer (or less) depending on the amount you are decarboxylating at a time, if you’re using more than 5g you should check your cannabis every 20min.


How to make cannabis edibles: decarboxylation

When your cannabis is roasted it means you have decarboxylated your flower properly.

When your cannabis has turned into a light brown color it means it has been properly decarboxylated, even though it might seem hard, you will be able to tell the difference in the color and smell, you just have to pay close attention.

After your cannabis has been decarboxylated just let it cool down and it’s ready to be used any way you want, if you don’t know how to use it, we recommend following any of the recipes below.

5. Cannabis Tinctures Recipes

Cannabis tinctures are basically cannabis extracts made with alcohol and are a great way for mainly medicinal but also recreational consumers to get the desired effects without actually smoking cannabis.


How to make cannabis edibles: cannabis tinctures

Tinctures are the most versatile cannabis-infused product.

This type of extraction is super versatile and can be used on a salad, cookies, gummies, or taken straight. As long as you don’t heat it, it’ll work for sure. And because of its versatility, it ends up being one of the best ways to consume cannabis for medicinal patients.

Well, it’s probably not the cheapest. But it’s hardly a problem for those who grow their own weed from autoflowering cannabis seeds. Autoflowers are surprisingly productive and can bring you so much bud in mere 9-10 weeks from seeds that you’ll exhaust all the recipes online before your stash runs out. Or you can smoke the bud and use the trim for cooking. You’re sure to have lots of it, too.

How To Make Cannabis Tinctures

One of the benefits of cannabis tinctures is its versatility, tinctures can be mixed in whatever you like and even taken straight. It's a great option for new cannabis users who are only looking for medicinal extracts or a smoke-free way of consuming cannabis.


So what will we need in order to make cannabis tinctures at home:


How to Make Cannabis Edibles: Tinctures ingredients

Cannabis tincture basic ingredients.


  • 1 ¼ cup of over-proof 60%+ alcohol (vodka, rum, or anything with more than 60% alcohol);
  • 7g of cannabis flowers or equivalent (approximately 1400mg of THC).

* If you take high-CBD weed, such as our CBD Auto 20:1, the same 7 g will contain about 1400mg of CBD.

Step 1

Decarboxylate your cannabis as explained above.

Step 2

Place the decarbed cannabis in a heat-proof glass container (like a mason jar or something similar) and pour the alcohol in (you can use vodka or rum but remember that the better the quality of the alcohol, the better the product you’ll end up with).

Step 3

Boil water in a small cooking pot, place the glass container with cannabis in it in the middle and make sure the water level reaches about half of it.

Step 4

Use a thermometer to ensure the temperature is around 75-80°C and let the alcohol evaporate, this process should take around 20min, as the alcohol evaporates some plant material might stay on the sides of the glass container so scrape it down so it’s always in contact with the alcohol.

Step 5

Use a tea strainer to strain the remaining liquid, you can use cheesecloth but it usually absorbs a lot of your tincture so a tea strainer works best.

Step 6

Repeat the process, use the same cannabis, and add more alcohol to ensure you’re extracting everything you can.

Step 7

After evaporating all of the alcohol, your tincture is now ready to be consumed. You can straight drink it but we recommend making gummies which is a really effective and delicious way to medicate yourself.

How To Make Cannabis Gummies

If you're a fan of cannabis edibles surely you've heard of weed gummies. Cannabis gummies is a great choice because they allow you to microdose all day long and due to their size, you can fit a lot of gummies in a small container.


Sebastian Good shows you a great recipe how to make them out of Cannabis Tincture.

If you're still wondering how hard can it be to make them yourself, here's a recipe to follow. 


How to make weed gummies: ingredients

Ingredients used in making infused gummies


  • Cannabis tincture;
  • 180g flavored gelatine;
  • 30g unflavored gelatine;
  • Water.

Making these gummies is extremely simple, you just have to make all the Jell-O like you usually would then combine it and leave it to cool down.

After it has been cooling down for about 20min you can go ahead and mix the tincture in, spray the molds with cooking spray so the gelatine comes scout easily, and take it to the fridge.


How to make cannabis edibles: infused gummies ingredients

Due to their size, cannabis gummies are perfect for microdosing.

When the Jell-o is firm they are ready to be consumed. Remember to store them in the fridge or freeze them if you’re planning to store them for more than a couple of weeks, you can also store them in an airtight container but only for 2-3 days.

Tip: If you have a high tolerance you can also mix a bit of the tincture with sugar to dip the gummies in and make them super strong!

6. Cannabutter Recipes

The main difference between tinctures and cannabutter or oil is what you can use them for. Cannabutter cannot be used in recipes that don’t require butter (obviously), like gummies or ice cream. So you're limited to baked goods, but it will work like a charm if you use it for your weed cookies recipe.

You can even bring it to the next level by making cannabutter from some “cookies” strain, such as our own Gorilla Cookies Auto with its hints of sweet baked goods in the flavor. And don’t be put off by it being an autoflower. Modern autoflowering strains are just as tasty and potent as traditional varieties.

How To Make Cannabutter 

When we say cannabutter, you can use any kind of butter, ghee, or even lard will work, but we'll recommend using butter because it's delicious. Making your own cannabutter home is easy and you will need only two ingredients.


How to make cannabis edibles: cannabutter

Ingredients used in making cannabutter.

Slow Boil Cannabutter Recipe


  • 200g butter
  • 200 ml water
  • 7g cannabis (approximately 1400mg of THC)

Step 1

Decarboxylate your cannabis.

Step 2

Mix 200ml of water with the butter in a heat-proof glass jar and place the jar in the middle of the pot, add water to the pot until the water level reaches half of the glass jar. 

Step 3

Turn the heat to low and let the butter melt slowly, the water that you’ve mixed with the butter will prevent it from burning.


How to make cannabis edibles: cannabutter

Remember that melting the butter at low heat prevents the butter from burning.

Step 4

Mix the cannabis with the butter as soon as the butter melts and when the temperature reaches around 85°C, let the mixture simmer for 2-3hs, stirring occasionally.

Step 5

After 2-3hs have passed and the butter has turned dark green, strain the mixture with a cheesecloth or tea strainer, place the mixture in a glass container and refrigerate it.

Step 6

When the butter solidifies again, use a knife or spoon to remove it from the glass container so you can drain the water out and it’s ready to be used. This recipe is great for anyone looking to make a super potent batch of cannabutter, beautiful you are in a bit of a rush you can always use the fast cook method.

Quick Cannabutter Recipe


  • 200g butter
  • 7g cannabis (approximately 1400mg of THC)

Step 1

First up, make sure you properly decarb your weed. This ensures the maximum potency of the finished oil. You can use fresh weed that hasn't been decarbed, but the end result will not be as potent as oil that has been made with decarbed weed. 

Step 2

Put a small bot over low heat and slowly melt the butter. Be careful not to burn the butter. You can add 30ml of olive oil which will help stop the butter from browning or burning.

Step 3

Add the weed into the melted butter and oil mixture, and slowly stir the mixture for at least 20 mins. Do not leave the mix unattended, as this can burn very easily. 

Step 4

Once at least 20 mins have passed, you can take the pot off the heat and let it cool. To speed the cooling process up you can place the saucepan into an ice-filled bowl. Once it has cooled to the point where you can handle it without burning yourself, pour the whole mixture through the cheesecloth and squeeze to extract as much of the cannabutter as possible. This will keep for a couple of months in the fridge. 


Sebastian Good shares his cannabutter recipe.

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How To Make Cookies With Weed

Making cannabis-infused cookies is very simple and you can have less work by buying a boxed cookie mix but if you want to make it from scratch, here’s how to do it.


Cannabis infused cookies ingredients

Ingredients needed to make cannabis-infused cookies.


  • 650 ml (2 ¾ cups) all-purpose baking flour;
  • ½ teaspoon of baking powder;
  • 1 teaspoon baking soda;
  • 350 ml (1 ½ cups) sugar;
  • 120 ml (½ cup) unsalted softened butter;
  • 120 ml (½ cup) softened cannabutter;
  • 1 large egg;
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract.

Mix the baking soda, flour, and baking powder in a small bowl and set aside.

Make sure both "butters" are at room temperature, mix them in a large bowl with the sugar until it forms a uniform creamy texture, if you are using an electric mixer it should take around 3 min.

Mix in the egg and vanilla extract with the butter and sugar, and mix gently. 


How to make cannabis edibles: cookies

Potent cannabis-infused cookie dough.

Now you can make the dough balls, place them on a baking sheet and let them bake for 8-9 min until they’re brown and crispy, and that’s it!

7. Canna Oil Recipes

Last but not least you can make your own cannabis-infused oil that you eventually can add to your edibles recipes. Now, depending on the type of oil you're using, you can not only use it for making food but also for using it on your skin.


How to Make Cannabis Edibles: Canna Oil

Canna-oil must be stored in a glass jar and can last up to a year!

You can infuse coconut oil, olive oil, sunflower oil, or any type of oil you prefer, and as long as you store it in a glass jar it can last up to a year!

How To Make Canna Oil

Now, as said above, cannabis oil can also be used as a topical lotion, your skin will end up absorbing the cannabinoids and you will have an effect like you would when eating.

We recommend using coconut oil or olive oil if you want to use the infused oil on your skin but if you're going to eat it, you can use whatever oil you wish to use.


How to make cannabis edibles: canna oil ingredients

Basic ingredients needed to make cannabis-infused oil.

Quick Cannabis Infused Oil


  • 200g oil (coconut oil, olive oil, or any cooking oil);
  • 7g cannabis (approximately 1400mg of THC).

Step 1

Decarboxylate your cannabis.

Step 2

Place the cannabis in a small saucepan with the oil.

Step 3

Simmer in low heat (approx. 85°C) for 10-20 min or when the oil starts turning green. Remember that the low heat is necessary so you don’t evaporate the cannabinoids.

Step 4

Remove from heat and let it cool down for around 30min and then strain it with a cheesecloth or a tea strainer to separate the oil from the cannabis and is now ready!

Step 5

Store the oil in a glass jar, if stored in the fridge, it can last for up to a year.


This quick recipe works great, but for the best results you should go with the slow-cook method.

Slow Boil Cannabis Infused Oil Recipe


  • 200g oil (coconut oil, olive oil, or any cooking oil);
  • 200 ml water
  • 7g cannabis (approximately 1400mg of THC).

Step 1

As always, let's decarb our weed first. Remember, this recipe can be made in larger batches. If you want to make double the amount of oil, just double the amount of water and weed in the recipe.

Step 2

Add the water and oil to a saucepan and bring to a boil. Once you have a rolling boil, reduce the heat to a low simmer.

Step 3

Add your decarbed weed, and let the mixture bubble away on low heat for a few hours. Some people think that it is best to let it boil for an hour, then turn the heat off for an hour, and then repeat the process over again for up to 8 hours. This is a little complicated, and we prefer to just let the whole thing boil for around 6 hours. If you have a slow cooker available then use it, this works really well for making slow-cooked cannabis oil. 

Step 4

Once the cooking process has finished, leave the mixture to cool. Once cool enough to handle, pour it into the cheesecloth over a large bowl and squeeze to make sure you extract as much of the oil as possible while removing all of the plant material. This bowl is then placed into the fridge or freezer. 

Step 5

Once the mixture has fully chilled, the oil will solidify at the top. This can then be removed, reheated, and poured into a glass jar. This will keep in the fridge for up to a year and can be used in place of any oil or butter in any recipe. 

How To Make Pot Brownies

Now that you have your canna-oil stored and waiting to be used, you can step up your game and impress your friends with a hot plate of weed brownies. You can follow whatever recipe you want to but if you want to make super delicious and potent brownies, just follow our recipe. 


How to make cannabis edibles: brownies ingredients

Basic ingredients for weed brownies recipe.


  • ½ cup canna-oil
  • 1 cup of sugar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 2 large eggs
  • ¼ teaspoon baking powder
  • ⅓ cup cocoa powder
  • ¼ teaspoon salt
  • ½ cup flour

Just like said above, if you want to keep it simple you can use a boxed brownie mix but today we’ll teach you how to make it from scratch.

Preheat your oven to 180°C, mix oil and sugar until well blended and then add the eggs and vanilla.


How to make cannabis edibles: infused brownies

Make the best infused brownies from scratch!

Mix all the dry ingredients in a separate bowl, then mix them in the oil/sugar blend and pour it into a 22x22cm square pan, bake for 20min or until the sides start to pull away from the pan.

Let the brownies cool down and enjoy!

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8. Cannabis-Infused Milk recipes

One of the newest infused edibles is cannabis milk. Milk is a versatile and tasty way of consuming cannabis as it can be used in several different ways, from ice cream to coffee to tea, so make sure to read along to learn how to make this tasty and unusual cannabis-infused edible.


Making cannabis-infused milk is pretty simple and does not require a lot of ingredients. You’ll probably have everything you need at home. 


Everything you’ll need is: 

  • 7 grams of decarboxylated weed;
  • 500 ml to 1 L of milk;
  • and cheesecloth.


So first of all, go ahead and decarboxylate the weed by following the process explained above. Now, you don’t necessarily need to use 7 grams, you can use more or even less as it depends on your tolerance.


After decarboxylating your weed, put the milk in a saucepan and mix in the weed at low heat for 30-45 minutes, stirring frequently. Make sure the milk does not come to a boil and continue mixing until it gets a yellowish-green coloration.


After the 30-45 minutes have passed, let the milk cool down and strain it through the cheesecloth into a glass container.

Remember that you don’t necessarily need to use regular milk. You can infuse any type of milk, including goat’s, soy, rice, oat milk, or any other type of milk you prefer. Just keep in mind that the higher the fat content, the better as THC binds with fatty liquids. Also, depending on how strong you want it to be, you could leave it for 60 minutes or more, just make sure the milk does not come to a boil!

How Can I Consume Cannabis-Infused milk?

If you’re wondering what you can milk with cannabis-infused milk, the options are endless. You can add your weed milk to coffee, milk-based smoothies, delicious cannabis-infused ice cream, or tea, or add it to your cereal. The most important thing is to remember that you should always calculate the dosage before consumption as a certain dose can be overwhelming to some and not enough to others. If you don’t know exactly how much cannabis there’s in your milk if you don’t know its potency, make sure to test your cannabis milk and try a small amount at first, and see how it goes as edibles usually take longer to kick in but provide a much potent high. This takes us to our next topic.

How long will it Take for Cannabis Milk to kick In?

Most infused liquids will kick in faster than “solid” edibles so depending on the THC content, your cannabis milk could kick in as little as 30 to 40 minutes, although it depends on your tolerance and metabolism. This is why we always recommend consuming edibles and waiting at least 1 hour before consuming more as you will definitely feel the effects, so there’s no need to consume a lot at once. So start low and go slow!

9. More Great Edible Recipes

Before we sign off today, let's quickly run through a couple more amazing edible recipes that will have your friends screaming for more!

Marijuana Caramels

Who doesn't love soft caramel?


  • 1 cup of cannabutter of cannabis-infused oil (we recommend coconut oil for this recipe)
  • 2 cups of brown sugar
  • 1 cup of white sugar
  • 1 (14 ounces) can of sweetened condensed milk
  • 1/2 cup light corn syrup
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt


1. Line an 8 x 8-inch pan with parchment paper and set aside.


2. In a large saucepan, melt the cannabutter or cannabis-infused oil over low heat. Stir in brown sugar, white sugar, sweetened condensed milk, light corn syrup, and vanilla extract.


How to make cannabis edibles: marijuana caramels

Delicious cannabis-infused caramels.

Cook over medium heat, stirring constantly until the mixture comes to a boil. Remove from heat and stir in salt.


3. Pour the mixture into the prepared pan. This pan MUST be lined with baking paper, otherwise, it will stick. Cool until firm, about 2 hours. Cut into squares and wrap in wax paper.

Marijuana Rice Krispie Treats

This is one of the simplest, easiest, and fastest ways to make a delicious edible treat!


  • 1/2 cup cannabutter
  • 1 10 oz package of marshmallows
  • 6 cups Rice Krispies cereal


1. In a large saucepan, melt cannabutter over low heat. Add marshmallows and stir until completely melted. Remove from heat and stir in Rice Krispies cereal until well coated.


2. Press the mixture into a 9 x 13-inch pan. Cool before cutting into squares.


3. Drizzle melted chocolate over the finished caramel to give it that extra-special look.

10. In Conclusion

Edibles are a great alternative to get high without having to deal with fire, smoke, and especially, smell. We recommend you try these recipes and if you have other good homemade recipes that you would like to share with fellow growers, please leave a comment in the comment section below!


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