How To Make Marijuana Chocolate Pudding

 Posted by at 9:56 AM on November 14, 2013  Cannabis Recipes
Nov 142013
 November 14, 2013

chocolate marijuana pudding recipeCannabis Chocolate Pudding Recipe

Everyone remembers the pudding Snackpacks that we all used to love in our lunch boxes as kids. What if there was a way to make pudding these days but add weed to it? There is. This recipe is cheap and simple so you’ll have your edibles in no time. This pudding is delicious and highly recommended, not to mention has an added bonus of frosting!

Ingredients:

5gs of Marijuana (Please note the last paragraph in this article)
2 1/4 Cup Whole Milk
Boxed Pudding Mix (Chocolate is recommended because it masks the taste of the bud better)
2 Cups Powder Sugar

Directions:

Take 2 cups of the milk and put it in a sauce pan on the stove on low heat, setting the other 1/4 cup of milk aside for later. Once it begins to steam slightly, wait around 20 minutes and add your ground up marijuana. Let the milk/marijuana mix cook on the stove for two hours, stirring every ten minutes or so. This is kind of a pain but the fat in the whole milk is going to be what absorbs the THC from the cannabis. This low heat process is the best way to extract the highest amount of THC that you can get from the buds.

After the milk mixture has been on the stove for the two hours, grab your pudding box and follow the instructions on the box. When that process is finished, divide the pudding in to smaller servings that you can give out. Let the pudding set for a bit and in the meantime, you can make frosting to add when they’re finished.

Mix the powdered sugar with the 1/4 cup milk that you had set aside from before. These two need to be stirred together until they form a thicker, frosting like substance. Add a spoonful of this to each of the pudding cups and you’re done! These are great for parties, gifts, or just something to have in your house for when you’re craving medicate pudding with delicious frosting!

As always, remember that the amount of weed called for in the recipe is not necessarily the amount that you need. This amount should be adjusted for novice or seasoned smokers. Depending on the person, some people need more and some need less weed. Eating cannabis effects the body differently than smoking so be safe!

Source: THCFinder.Com

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  • JoLekkaDing

    Do you decarboxylate your weed before cooking with it? Just curious.

    • SycoNot

      Heating it for 2 hours in milk will decarboxylate just fine.

      For flavor sake, I recommend straining the plant matter out of the milk.

      If you use a vaporizer, you can substitute any oily parts for the ground plant matter in this recipe. Simmer them in the milk, stirring occasionally for 2 hours. It will have a milder flavor.

      If you don’t fancy the idea of standing over the stove for 2 hours, use a Robo Stir.

  • Will

    How many servings does this recipe yield if you were to distribute these evenly among some casual stoner buddies?