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Wake’n’Bake Weed Infused Pancakes

It’s a beautiful Sunday morning. The sun rays are squeezing through the window, gently kissing your eyes while filling your soul with those super chilled out weekend vibes. If there is anything better than indulging in a batch of delicious homemade pancakes on a lazy weekend morning, that’s definitely a glorious wake’n’bake session with weed-infused pancakes!

Now, as much as we adore the fly high wake and bake cannabis culture in terms of recreational marijuana use, we need to highlight that ingesting the green medication in the morning is also one of the most efficient ways to target pain and inflammation. And that’s exactly why so many medicinal marijuana users appreciate the benefits of a mighty wake and bake morning cannabis routine for pain relief throughout the day.

Because of the longer-lasting effects of consuming edibles as opposed to any of the respiratory methods of cannabis use, such as smoking and vaping, these wake’n’bake weed-infused pancakes will be more than welcome to provide you with an ultimate head-to-toe high that continues for hours to come.

And since the weekend is the time when most of us get to enjoy their freedom of tasks and duties to the max, it is nothing less but a brilliant idea to let your spirit get fully released in those cannaliscious morning vibes.

But before we get down to sharing a simple, versatile and affordable cannapancakes recipe below, let’s check out some curious facts about the wake and bake culture.

A Closer Look into the Secrets of Wake and Bake Cannabis Morning Rituals

So, it is not a secret that some people love to start their day with a big ol’ wake and bake ritual. Some are simply into taking a toke (or two), while others prefer to let their imagination run a bit wilder by experimenting with various edibles suitable for a truly great wake and bake cannabis morning routine.

Starting your morning with cannabis doesn’t necessarily mean that you’ll spend (most of) your day lazily hanging around in your house wearing your favorite pajamas unapologetically, absolutely determined to destroy every last bite of food left in the fridge when sooner or later the munchies kick in.

As with most things cannabis-related, a wake and bake morning session is a highly subjective experience. You can get really baked in the case you choose to consume a high dose of THC implemented into your favorite edibles or by rolling one of those epic weekend fat ass joints. Yet, on the other hand, you can delicately dose your cannabis intake as to enjoy a mellowed out start of the day, without falling into extremes.

Interestingly, a rapidly increasing number of people is becoming a part of the wake and bake fever. Starting a morning on a higher note is spreading like a new music hit among cannabis users of all ages and backgrounds, especially as marijuana acceptance keeps expanding, followed up by readily-available cannabis-laced treats, some of which are literally begging you to indulge in a wake’n’bake ritual, such as, for instance, marijuana-laced coffee, being just one of the many infused products that have been recently introduced to the growing cannabis market.

The Mysterious Origin of the Wake and Bake Cannabis Culture

When it comes to the origin of the notorious wake’n’bake culture, it is widely believed that it was in the 1960s when the Grateful Dead fans first began to popularize cannabis use in the morning. In fact, the Grateful Dead fans actually advocated for waking and baking on the high holy day of marijuana culture – 4/20.

However, the exact origin of the very term “wake and bake” remains unclear up-to-date (anyways, we are pretty certain the mastermind who came up with this awesomely well-fitting word combination was surely a marijuana enthusiast who was most probably high as a kite).

Are Americans the Real Wake and Bake Champions?

According to the results of a GDS (Global Drugs Survey) 2017 report, the country where one is most highly likely to find wake and bake cannabis enthusiasts and advocates are none other but the US.

Do mind, though, that being the first time for GDS to have ever measured the share of people who admit to smoke up cannabis in the morning, there is actually a lot of questions to be raised in the foreseeable future on that note. The thing is, we still don’t know everything about the national wake and bake habits, as well as how these habits have changed over time since this is a matter of further investigations.

In order to come up with the intriguing results we are about to reveal below, GDS experts evaluated the data gathered from a total of69,299 cannabis users worldwide. And so, the facts were pretty clear: 21.9% of the Americans who took part in the survey shared to kick off their mornings by smoking a joint within the first 5 to 60 minutes of their day (let’s make America great again, lol).

Across the total of 50 countries surveyed by GDS in 2017, an average proportion of 10.3% of the respondents globally admitted to indulge in a wake and bake ritual.

Ranking second after the Americans, the Mexican respondents who reported smoking cannabis to start their day stress- and pain-free made up for a fairly large margin of 18.4%.

Surprisingly, it turns out that the third place in the wake and bake survey was taken by the Greeks, with 15.9% of the surveyed individuals reporting to take a toke of cannabis first thing in the morning.

But even more surprisingly, the country where people are the least likely to get hella hyphy in the morning is the Netherlands, where only 3.6% of the respondents reported a passion for morning cannabis use.

By the way, if you’ve ever happened to spend time among a bunch of Dutch friends, you most probably know perfectly well that the average representatives of the Netherlands aged 20 – 40 generally consider marijuana consumption “boring” and/or “better suited to elderly people.” Apparently, the Dutch cannabis-friendly culture is still more tourist-oriented, although things are bound to change with the rising popularization and legalization of cannabis globally. In any case, we frankly don’t mind whether the Dutch would be willing to get high with us or not, as long as they keep up their fantastic, legendary coffee shops open for visitors!

Quick Fun Facts: Cannabis pollen was found in a Dutch grave estimated to be 4200 years old! The Netherlands can teach the rest of the world a LOT about cannabis culture, one of the Dutch marijuana connoisseurs’ elegant hack being the practice of sucking the joint before lighting it up for the sake of savoring the subtle hues in the strain’s aroma profile, like a true marijuana sommelier.

Pros and Cons of Consuming Weed in the Morning

Being one of the most cherished cannabis traditions, a wake and bake morning session promises a whole array of amazing benefits for the consumers yet there are also some possible downsides involved.

Wake’n’Bake Cons
According to a team of scientists, whose original article was published in the journal Addiction Research and Theory back in 2016, morning marijuana use may predict cannabis problems. That’s to say, in quite a similar manner as morning alcohol consumption predicts a drinking problem. The study discusses a comparison between people who smoked marijuana after 12 noon vs. people who smoked weed after waking up. The scientists’ conclusions summed up to morning marijuana use possibly indicating “increased cannabis-related impairment,” as well as “dependence.”

On the other hand, though, every person’s case with cannabis use is absolutely and ultimately unique, therefore, the scientists’ conclusions on that matter should not be interpreted as set in stone. A huge number of recreational cannabis users and medical marijuana users alike could potentially reap significant benefits from waking and baking. However, it is, indeed, important to keep in mind that consuming weed early in the morning is related to triggering parts of the brain in head of pleasure-and-reward, therefore, possibly increasing your desire to consume marijuana throughout the day, thereby, increasing the total amount of weed consumption per day.


Wake’n’Bake Pros
Wake and bake session can truly do wonders for alleviating stress, and it can be an especially beneficial move for marijuana users who want to fight off pain and/or inflammation because ingesting the active cannabinoids early in the morning is known to lead to a strongly potent, lasting, and intense high. For a milder potent high, you can simply ingest a smaller dose of edibles and/or you can have a small extra breakfast shortly after your weed-infused treats to level out the high.

Ingesting marijuana-laced treats in the morning, whether these treats are high in CBD or high in THC based on your personal needs and preferences, is also discussed as being very helpful when it comes to fighting bad moods related to depression and/or anxiety.

For a heavenly mind-and-body beneficial wake and bake experience, you can try doing yoga or meditation as soon as the effects of your weed-laced pancakes start kicking in. By the time you feel the effects, your body will have already digested the pancakes, so that you can fully deliberate your senses with a beautiful yoga, controlled breathing, and/or meditation weed-enhanced session. A few strains we find extremely well-working for yoga and meditation wake’n’ bake practices include but are not limited to White Widow, OG Kush, and Blue Diesel. If you are a home cannabis grower, we definitely recommend that you try meditating, stretching or deep breathing while turning the relaxing music on loud so that your marijuana plants can also listen and enjoy. Yes, plants do react to music, and you might be astonished to find out how deeply intimate your relationship with your cannabis plants can feel after such type of shared experience.

Cannabis-Infused Pancakes: Top 4 Recipes

We understand painfully well that prepping a batch of weed-infused pancakes is not equally easy achievable for all cannabis enthusiasts out there. Some of you may not have cannabutter handy while others might dislike the detectable taste of pot when prepping cannapancakes with dried cannabis flowers.

Ultimately, finding a nice recipe for classic pancakes is an easy-peasy task (long live the Internet, Amen). Thin or thick, fluffy or moist, large or mini – you can have your pancakes in more than a hundred different ways.

However, the task gets rather complicated when it comes to infusing your pancakes with cannabis, as there are so many variations of weed-infused pancakes. We hope to get your creative juices flowing by listing our team’s top favorite ways to infuse pancakes with cannabis so that you can choose the methods that correspond best with your needs and personal preferences.

#1.Weed-Infused Pancakes with Cannabis Tincture

Infusing your pancakes with cannabis tincture is one of the easiest ways to know exactly how much THC and/or CBD you get to ingest with every single pancake. That’s because weed tinctures make your cannabis intake very simple to dose precisely and accurately, and things get even better if you get down to mix your very own DIY weed tincture.

When using a weed tincture to high-fi your cannapancakes, all you have to do is to prep the pancakes mixture that suits your taste best (any readily-available pancake mix can do perfectly fine, too). Next, you simply want to add a drop of pot tincture (or several drops based on your personal prudence to marijuana) into each pancake dose individually right before actually baking it.

We didn’t find any difference in the way our weed-infused pancakes tasted like after experimenting with adding three different cannabis tinctures, namely a Gorilla Glue strain-based weed tincture, a White Widow strain-based weed tincture, and a CB Dream strain-based weed tincture. We did calculate that our homegrown cannabis-homemade weed tincture pancakes cost as little as (hold your breath) less than $1 per serving.

#2. Weed Infused Mini Pancakes with Cannabutter

Nothing less but wake and bake superheroes in the world of cannabis-infused treats, these cannabutter-laced pancakes are a true triumph for the senses.

Servings: 4 (you’ll yield about 40 mini pancakes, or respectively, about 20 if you choose to make them not-that-tiny in size).

List of Ingredients

1. 2 teaspoons avocado oil (feel free to substitute it with canola oil or sunflower oil).
2. 1 ½ cups coconut flour (feel free to substitute coconut flour with any other flour of your choice).
3. 1 tablespoon baking powder
4. 2 tablespoons coconut sugar (feel free to substitute coconut sugar with plain sugar, maple syrup or any other sweetener of your choice).
5. 1 ¼ cups full-fat coconut milk (or any other milk of your choice).
6. 2 tablespoons melted coconut butter (dairy butter can also work great).
7. 1 – 3 tablespoons of melted cannabutter*
8. 1 medium-large egg (for a vegan-friendly version, you can use “flax eggs” instead).
9. Fresh fruit of your choice for topping (we used a combination of raspberries and kiwi).

Quick Heads Up

*
Please, note that the amount of cannabis-infused butter to use in this recipe as specified is only a very loose, basic suggestion. You want to make sure to use a suitable amount of cannabutter based on the desired potency you wish to achieve, which is intricately related to the strength of the cannabutter you are about to use.

We tried this recipe with two different types of homemade cannabutter. The one was created using our homegrown Strawberry Cough strain stash, topping approximately 200 mg THC per 2 tablespoons. Being a 70% Sativa-dominant hybrid, using Strawberry Cough cannabutter resulted in a potent yet rather clear-headed, energetic type of high.

The other type of homemade cannabutter we experimented with was created using homegrown Purple Kush strain, featuring an estimated potency of 300 mg THC per 2 tablespoons since the butter was made using a bigger amount of dried cannabis flowers than the Strawberry Cough cannabutter. Being a 70% Indica-dominant hybrid, Purple Kush strain gave way to a cannabutter that can work wonders for relieving sore and tensed muscles while promoting restful sleep and reducing stress for a highly relaxing weekend wake and bake experience.

If you are into reaping the amazing benefits of CBD, don’t hesitate trying out CBD cannabutter. A homemade batch of CBD cannabutter can become your favorite go-to secret weapon to incorporate in a wide array of edibles. It is easy and extremely rewarding to mix your very own CBD cannabutter, using CBD rich strains such as Cali Kush or Auto Critical CBD.

The best way to test for potency is to always begin with one portion of a serving. Next, wait for1 -2 hours. Afterward, you can make a well-informed decision on whether or not to consume more pancakes. Don’t forget to listen to your body and dose carefully to enjoy your cannapancakes to the fullest.

Step 1:
Place the oil in a non-stick pan and set aside.

Step 2:
In a suitable bowl, combine all dry ingredients and mix well. In another bowl, combine the egg, melted butter, and the milk. Whisk well.

Step 3: Pour the milk, egg, and butter mixture into the dry ingredients mixture. Whisk until smooth and uniform. Don’t fret over some possible lumps remaining intact, that’s fine.

Step 4: Preheat the pan to medium. Start pouring the batter onto the pan using a tablespoon. If you allow room to use a suitable spatula for flipping the pancakes you can easily do a few at the same time. It’s time to flip each pancake as soon as you notice tiny holes forming after some short bubbling. Typically, flipping time takes about two minutes per side.

Step 5:
Get down to piling your mini pancakes on a platter. Top with fresh fruit of your choice and/or drizzle honey, maple syrup or melted chocolate on top. Serve and enjoy!

#3.Weed-Infused Pancakes with Pot Honey

We’ve recently shared an addictively delicious and fairly easy cannabis-infused recipe for all our bud buddies out there to enjoy to the fullest.

So, if you happen to have a jar of pot honey handy, or if we have managed to sparkle your curiosity, don’t hesitate to give pot honey pancakes a try! They are effortless to dose and sinfully tasty with that sweet honey tint. Just spread your cannahoney generously on top of each pancake, garnish with fresh fruit and/or any other toppings of your choice, and your pancakes magically transform into cannapancakes!

For the record, we used homemade pot honey crafted with homegrown Bubblegum strain. Now, we don’t want to tease you, but this one is definitely a must-try! Bubblegum strain finishes flowering in about 9 weeks, rewarding growers with fluffy, juicy buds that give off a distinct bubblegum scent and a lingering sweetness on the palate.

#4. Weed-Infused Pancakes Cake with Dried Cannabis Flowers

Typically, cannabutter and cannabis tinctures are the true winners in the edibles category because they make infusing just about any treat with cannabis a Master Chef delicacy with no trace of weed aftertaste. Anyway, if you are in a pinch (or if simply caught up in the voracious mood for experimenting with cannabis-infused treats while only having a limited amount of marijuana buds handy), fret not, because weed-infused pancakes made with dried cannabis flowers can be a wonderful idea.

The core essence of this recipe’s success is hidden in the art of being able to carefully decarboxylate your weed. As a rule of thumb, 1 gram of 20% THC marijuana flowers will make up for approximately 60 mg of THC potency. The thing is, 1 gram of 20% THC cannabis buds = 200 mg THC, however, you will only get to ingest about 30% out of the 200 mg THC (which results in the actual 60 mg THC potency we noted above) because of the fact active cannabinoids do not get fully extracted in fatty substances, such as coconut butter, dairy butter or olive oil, even after the process of decarboxylation (aka cannabinoids activation) has been completed.

Since every person’s prudence to cannabis is unique, it would be paradoxical to call for a strict amount of dried cannabis flowers one can choose to incorporate when prepping these cannapancakes. Just keep in mind that ingesting 50 mg of THC is considered a potent dose that would suit most of the cannabis connoisseurs who are moderately to highly experienced with marijuana use, while 10 mg – 20 mgof THC is considered a suitable dose for beginners or the people who simply do not want to experience strongly potent effects after consumption.

Here’s a neat summary of the exact steps and ingredients we used while experimenting with this cannabis flowers-infused pancakes recipe. We hope that these will be of your best assistance when tailoring this recipe to your personal taste and needs.

Quick Heads Up

Please, mind, that potency per serving can vary. Whenever experimenting with a new edibles recipe, it is best to start small. Also, don’t forget to wait for 2 – 3 hours before the full effects kick in and avoid eating more of the goodies any earlier to stay away from ingesting more cannabis than needed.

Cooking Directions

Servings: 1

List of Ingredients

1.
0.20 – 1 gram of dried cannabis flowers. (We used 1 gram of our homegrown Northern Lights strain stash per serving, which made up for a lovely potent batch of these goodies).
2
. 1 medium-large egg (for a vegan-friendly version, substitute 1 egg with 1 tablespoon of chia soaked in 3 tablespoons of water for about 15 minutes).
3.
70 grams of flour (any type of flour can work fine, whether it is plain flour, almond flour, coconut flour, etc.)
4.5 grams of cocoa powder (optional).
5. ½ teaspoon vanilla
6. A pinch of salt
7. A pinch of cinnamon (optional).
8. 3 tablespoons of hazelnut butter (any other type of spread that is high in fats such as peanut butter or cream cheese can work like charm for the purpose of delivering the active cannabinoids into your body more efficiently).
9. 1 banana (1/2 banana can also work just fine, too).
10.100 ml milk (use whatever type of milk suits your personal preferences, just mind that the higher the fats content, the better your cannapancakes potency. We loved how these pancakes turned when using full-fat coconut milk, as well as when using full-fat, organic dairy milk).
11. Strawberry jam (you can substitute strawberry jam with honey, maple syrup, chocolate, fresh fruit or any of your favorite ways to add a pinch of extra sweetness).

Step 1:
Decarb the desired amount of dried cannabis flowers.Chop your weed with a kitchen knife (do not chop it too finely, though). Spread your cannabis onto a suitable tray lined with a sheet of baking paper. Preheat your oven to 240 degrees Fahrenheit (115 degrees Celsius) and bake your weed for about 35 – 45 minutes, making sure to open up the oven and agitate your weed every 15 minutes or so using a spoon to toast it nice and evenly, thus, activating the cannabinoids.

Step 2: In a blender, combine 1 medium-large egg, flour cocoa powder, a pinch of cinnamon (optional), a pinch of vanilla (optional), ½ teaspoon baking soda or baking powder, a pinch of salt, 100 ml of milk.If the mixture becomes too thick, feel free to add some more milk or water to make it smooth and uniform. In the case the mixture turns too runny, don’t hesitate to add some more flour.

Step 3: Blend all ingredients until smooth and uniform and get down to baking your pancakes in a suitable pan. Using a tablespoon, transfer even portions of the pancakes mixture into the pan as to make the cannapancakes small in size, so that you can pile them up into a mini pancakes cake afterward.

Step 4: Grind your decarbed cannabis as finely as possible and combine it with 3 tablespoons of hazelnut butter.

Step 5: Start piling the mini pancakes one over another as to create your mini cannapancakes cake. Spread an even amount of hazelnut butter and decarbed cannabis mix over each pancake, then spread some of the strawberry jam. Do the same with the rest of the pancakes until you have a beautiful mini cannapancakes cake ready to indulge in!

This recipe can work perfectly fine using raw cannabis flowers, too!

Although using raw cannabis flowers will not get you high, you can reap a whole plethora of health benefits, so it is definitely worth a try. We liked how this recipe turned out when using freshly chopped Chocolope buds. Admittedly, we were enchanted by the delicious flavor blend of this strain.

A friendly reminder: this particular recipe can work out fantastically if you want to prep a quick batch of cannabis-infused pancakes without using a big amount of weed or spending a lot of time cooking cannabutter. However, this is definitely not the most potent cannabis-infused recipe, so if high potency is your top priority, cannabis tinctures, cannabis-infused honey or cannabutter is what you need.

Typically, cannabutter and cannabis tinctures are the true winners in the edibles category because they make infusing just about any treat with cannabis a Master Chef delicacy with no trace of weed aftertaste. Anyway, if you are in a pinch (or if simply caught up in the voracious mood for experimenting with cannabis-infused treats while only having a limited amount of marijuana buds handy), fret not, because weed-infused pancakes made with dried cannabis flowers can be a wonderful idea.

The core essence of this recipe’s success is hidden in the art of being able to carefully decarboxylate your weed. As a rule of thumb, 1 gram of 20% THC marijuana flowers will make up for approximately 60 mg of THC potency. The thing is, 1 gram of 20% THC cannabis buds = 200 mg THC, however, you will only get to ingest about 30% out of the 200 mg THC (which results in the actual 60 mg THC potency we noted above) because of the fact active cannabinoids do not get fully extracted in fatty substances, such as coconut butter, dairy butter or olive oil, even after the process of decarboxylation (aka cannabinoids activation) has been completed.

Since every person’s prudence to cannabis is unique, it would be paradoxical to call for a strict amount of dried cannabis flowers one can choose to incorporate when prepping these cannapancakes. Just keep in mind that ingesting 50 mg of THC is considered a potent dose that would suit most of the cannabis connoisseurs who are moderately to highly experienced with marijuana use, while 10 mg – 20 mgof THC is considered a suitable dose for beginners or the people who simply do not want to experience strongly potent effects after consumption.

Here’s a neat summary of the exact steps and ingredients we used while experimenting with this cannabis flowers-infused pancakes recipe. We hope that these will be of your best assistance when tailoring this recipe to your personal taste and needs.

Quick Heads Up

Please, mind, that potency per serving can vary. Whenever experimenting with a new edibles recipe, it is best to start small. Also, don’t forget to wait for 2 – 3 hours before the full effects kick in and avoid eating more of the goodies any earlier to stay away from ingesting more cannabis than needed.

Cooking Directions

Servings: 1

List of Ingredients

1.
0.20 – 1 gram of dried cannabis flowers. (We used 1 gram of our homegrown Northern Lights strain stash per serving, which made up for a lovely potent batch of these goodies).
2
. 1 medium-large egg (for a vegan-friendly version, substitute 1 egg with 1 tablespoon of chia soaked in 3 tablespoons of water for about 15 minutes).
3.
70 grams of flour (any type of flour can work fine, whether it is plain flour, almond flour, coconut flour, etc.)
4.5 grams of cocoa powder (optional).
5. ½ teaspoon vanilla
6. A pinch of salt
7. A pinch of cinnamon (optional).
8. 3 tablespoons of hazelnut butter (any other type of spread that is high in fats such as peanut butter or cream cheese can work like charm for the purpose of delivering the active cannabinoids into your body more efficiently).
9. 1 banana (1/2 banana can also work just fine, too).
10.100 mlmilk (use whatever type of milk suits your personal preferences, just mind that the higher the fats content, the better your cannapancakes potency. We loved how these pancakes turned when using full-fat coconut milk, as well as when using full-fat, organic dairy milk).
11. Strawberry jam (you can substitute strawberry jam with honey, maple syrup, chocolate, fresh fruit or any of your favorite ways to add a pinch of extra sweetness).

Step 1:
Decarb the desired amount of dried cannabis flowers.Chop your weed with a kitchen knife (do not chop it too finely, though). Spread your cannabis onto a suitable tray lined with a sheet of baking paper. Preheat your oven to 240 degrees Fahrenheit (115 degrees Celsius) and bake your weed for about 35 – 45 minutes, making sure to open up the oven and agitate your weed every 15 minutes or so using a spoon to toast it nice and evenly, thus, activating the cannabinoids.

Step 2: In a blender, combine 1 medium-large egg, flour cocoa powder, a pinch of cinnamon (optional), a pinch of vanilla (optional), ½ teaspoon baking soda or baking powder, a pinch of salt, 100 ml of milk.If the mixture becomes too thick, feel free to add some more milk or water to make it smooth and uniform. In the case the mixture turns too runny, don’t hesitate to add some more flour.

Step 3: Blend all ingredients until smooth and uniform and get down to baking your pancakes in a suitable pan. Using a tablespoon, transfer even portions of the pancakes mixture into the pan as to make the cannapancakes small in size, so that you can pile them up into a mini pancakes cake afterwards.

Step 4: Grind your decarbed cannabis as finely as possible and combine it with 3 tablespoons of hazelnut butter.

Step 5: Start piling the mini pancakes one over another as to create your mini cannapancakes cake. Spread an even amount of hazelnut butter and decarbed cannabis mix over each pancake, then spread some of the strawberry jam. Do the same with the rest of the pancakes until you have a beautiful mini cannapancakes cake ready to indulge in!

This recipe can work perfectly fine using raw cannabis flowers, too!

Although using raw cannabis flowers will not get you high, you can reap a whole plethora of health benefits, so it is definitely worth a try. We liked how this recipe turned out when using freshly chopped Chocolope buds. Admittedly, we were enchanted by the delicious flavor blend of this strain.

A friendly reminder: this particular recipe can work out fantastically if you want to prep a quick batch of cannabis-infused pancakes without using a big amount of weed or spending a lot of time cooking cannabutter. However, this is definitely not the most potent cannabis-infused recipe, so if high potency is your top priority, cannabis tinctures, cannabis-infused honey or cannabutteris what you need.

Weed Infused Pancakes: The Bottom Line

A pile of cannabis-infused pancakes is truly a thing of beauty. Generously laced with marijuana goodness, these pancakes are surely a wonderful idea for a wake and bake weekend morning. Don’t forget to add some infused syrup while your at it, but remember they both contain marijuana so portion correctly. Cooking with cannabis is an extremely rewarding and super versatile experience. For the record, you can always choose to a couple just about any ordinary, non-cannabis-infused pancakes with a cup of weed-infused milk aside as to get those cannabis juices flowing into your weekend morning! Keep your mind open for fresh ideas and have a superbly marijuana-laced wake’n’bake session, bud buddies.

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