Blueberries are packed full of antioxidants. Not only that, but they’re delicious too. These teenie little berries are loaded with vitamins and nutrients and can make any plain dessert 10x better.
Are you a fan of blueberry muffins? If so, you’ve come to the right place. Making blueberry muffins is incredibly easy and rewarding. However, these tasty treats are much more than delicious. Besides satisfying your sweet tooth, they’ll also satisfy your canna cravings thanks to the generous dose of THC.
Like other edibles, these blueberry weed muffins are a yummy and discreet way of consuming cannabis. They’re also healthier than smoking by keeping the lungs free of smoke and vapor. Instead, these edibles pack a punch thanks to the included cannabutter.
If you’re unsure, here’s how to make cannabutter. Consuming edibles like weed muffins delivers a different effect than smoking or vaping cannabis. The effects vary from person to person, but the general rule of thumb is to start low and slow. Don’t go overboard, as you could have a negative experience that puts you off cannabis altogether.
Instead, beginners should have half a muffin, and seasoned users with higher tolerances should have a full one. Regardless of your relationship with weed and your tolerance, it’s important to wait 2 hours before having more, as edibles can reach their peak effect at the 2-hour mark.
The effects settle in anywhere between 30 minutes to 2 hours, so during that timeframe, it’s best to wait and monitor how you feel before having more.
Without further ado, here’s how to make the easiest marijuana muffins with a delicious blueberry flavor and a generous dose of THC (or CBD, if you desire that). See below for the recipe and dosing guidelines. Psst, extra points if you use this Blueberry Muffins strain for your cannabutter.
Below, we’ve included a list of only 5 ingredients you need to make delicious (and potent) cannabis-infused blueberry muffins. This recipe makes 12 muffins. In terms of cannabutter, it uses 1/3 cup, so be sure to whip some up before you start this recipe.
How much THC is in each muffin depends on how much cannabis flower you used when making cannabutter. For a stronger effect with higher amounts of THC, it’s advised to use 7 grams of dried cannabis flower when making cannabutter.
On the other hand, users with lower tolerances or who don’t want to get that high should use 3.5g of dried cannabis flower. Regardless of which quantity you choose, it’s worth noting that edibles hit everyone differently, and the effects you feel might be different from someone else’s.
Furthermore, what also matters is the THC percentage of the flower you used when making cannabutter. The stronger the strain, the more powerful the effects will be in the edibles.
Below, we’ve included a brief visual of how much THC there is in each blueberry muffin from the recipe above:
As mentioned, the milligrams of THC per muffin will vary depending on the THC content of the strain you’re using. If it’s less than 25%, expect the milligrams to drop slightly. Same with more than 25%, the milligrams will increase slightly.
Needless to say, these blueberry muffins are very strong. Even the 3.5g dose is pretty hefty, as most legal edibles in dispensaries will only contain 10mg THC each. In terms of the ideal portion size for these muffins, that also has to do with your tolerance and how well your body reacts to cannabis.
For beginners or those with lower tolerances, start with half a muffin and wait 2 hours before having more. For seasoned users and those with higher tolerances, one muffin will do the job. Again, this is just a guideline, as the effects of edibles will vary depending on your tolerance and how strong your muffins are.