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How To Make Banana Honey Marijuana Hash Ice Cream

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banana-ice-cream-recipe-hash-ice-creamBanana Honey Cannabis Hash Ice Cream Recipe

Summer may be over but people still have ice cream cravings while it’s snowing out. And if you’re craving ice cream, you should probably be eating medicated ice cream, right? This recipe for homemade ice cream is not only easy but delicious! Definitely highly recommended ;)

Ingredients:

18fl of cream
Pinch of salt
15oz of bananas
3 tablespoons rum
2 tablespoons butter
1/4 oz crumbled hash or 10 grams crushed bud
75 grams sugar
5 tablespoons honey

Directions:

Put the cream in a saucepan until it’s nearly boiling, while melting the butter, sugar, and salt in a second pan. Take your hash and heat it up with a flame. Crumble it in to the melted butter, stirring continuously. Whisk the cream with the butter mixture. Mash up the bananas in a second bowl. When they’ve been thoroughly ground up, add in the cream, rum, and honey. You can add in other ingredients here as well, like nuts or crushed cookies. Pretty much anything you feel like adding.

Now that everything is put together, mix it well. All of the ingredients should be beaten together to form a paste-like substance. Pour it in to a cold, plastic container and cover it. Stick the bowl in the freezer for a few hours, until it’s mushy. Turn the bowl over above a different chilled bowl. Whisk the substance until it’s smooth and then cover it, placing it back in the freezer until it’s firm. Before serving, move the ice cream to the fridge so that it has a chance to soften up.

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  2. Milk products are best; the THC tends to stick to the dairy molecules much better than other things when boiled. I’m assuming, an educated guess, that almond/soy milk or any other dairy alternatives that would be made for lactose intolerant ice cream would work the same magic.

  3. Jonathan Holloway on

    Do non-dairy ingredients (Almond/coconut etc) work as substitute to the dairy products?