How to Make Vegan Cannabutter with The Viet Vegan – Dolled Up Desserts

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We decided to do something COMPLETELY different this week, and have collaborated with our friend Lisa from the Viet Vegan to bring you VEGAN CANNABUTTER + VEGAN CANNABUTTER CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES.

PART 2 OF THIS COLLAB is on the Viet Vegan (give her a sub!):

Making cannabutter and edibles are a fun and accessible way for people to try marijuana without the stigma of smoking or vaping. Making these products vegan is another great way to share the health benefits and effects of marijuana edibles. When made for personal use only, and done in the comfort of ones own home in a legal country or state, edibles can be a creative production. The important aspect is if it is done correctly. Although we are no experts, Dolled Up Desserts and the Viet Vegan have come together to bring you what we know about using marijuana in baking. This video provides you with information on the process of producing cannabutter, from buying your tools, to selecting marijuana, to self care reminders.

– we are not professionals making any informed recommendation for health benefit or medicinal use of marijuana;
– we do not claim any liability to what one produces at home using marijuana products. Viewers should refer to many sources online and in retail shops before producing their own edibles.
– DO NOT: share with children, consume in front of children; act on this if you are under the age of 19 (21 in some states); operate heavy machinery; drive any moving vehicle; overdose beyond the legal dose; make this product in an illegal country or state;
– Be kind to yourself. Enjoy with friends to ensure your safety and take things slow.

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9 thoughts on “How to Make Vegan Cannabutter with The Viet Vegan – Dolled Up Desserts

  1. Has anyone tried these? I will be very soon. 1g seems like very little. What have people experiences been with this? Xxx

    1. Simple Healthy Living With Dan you’re not wrong in saying that it’s not a lot, because it isn’t! A lot of recipes online will recommend infusing 7g IG cannabis into your butter but then using a tablespoon in your recipe. I’m not a huge fan of that because there’s no guarantee that there’s consistent amounts of cannabis in a small amount. My recommended way enables you to know exactly how much is in each brownie. I’ve baked it with more because my personal tolerance is much higher. I’ve gone up to 2.5g for a whole pan but it is quite a large dose and NOT for everyone, especially first timers!! I’d stick to our recommendation, and if you don’t feel the high after eating one in an hour, have another!

  2. This is awesome! Sadly i do not have a candy thermometer BUT the “Keep Warm” setting on my crockpot is 165 F – 175F 🙂 “Set it and forget it!” Cool video Kat + Lisa, I’m glad you made it.

  3. It’s easier and you don’t get the potent cannabis smell if you vacuum seal or put the oil/weed in a tightly sealed mason jar and boil in water.
    Also, you have got to try baking with kief!!

    1. If you do it in a sealed jar you don’t even need to decarb your weed. Decarbing is the conversion of THCa into the active form THC.

  4. Can the “butter flavored” coconut oil be used for this for extra butter flavor in the finished product? Or does it have to be plain coconut oil?

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