Really Baked Goods: Making Medical Marijuana-Infused Foods at Home For Yourself

There’s no shortage of manufacturers creating medical marijuana edibles, but sometimes the best medicated food comes out of your own kitchen.

To help get you cooking, I’ve compiled some basic formulas for making infused oil, butter and tinctures, and also collected a few recipes from people in the local cannabis community. The recipes are for making small batches too, so you don’t have to use a lot of herb to get started.

With all of the methods, dosing isn’t exact and more of a general recommendation. Finding your own comfort zone with edibles takes time and it is best to start out with light doses and small quantities and build up over time.

A quick note on where to find trim to cook with: If you’ve got a caregiver, ask them if they have any laying around you can use or if they can save you some on the next harvest. You can also purchase shake and trim at some dispensaries for around $50 an ounce.

– Read the entire article at Denver Westword.



  1. Rider on

    These cannabis food items would be just as good for the non-medical community. I am tired of all the “medical marijuana” references, there is NO difference between medical marijuana and regular marijuana. It’s ridiculous.