These days CBD is everywhere, and it’s not just in tinctures. You can spray it, smoke it, and even lather it on. Lately, though, the CBD edibles trend has really taken charge. You can buy edible CBD gummies, cakes, cookies, granola bars, protein powder, and even find local coffee shops and bakeries with CBD-infused goods.
For the ultra-thrifty (and the ultra-picky) this begs an important question: Can you cook with CBD at home? And if so, what can you make?
The answer is, absolutely! And the options are virtually limitless—plus, you don’t need to be a professional chef to do it!
That’s not to say there isn’t some skill involved in cooking with CBD. You need to take time to plan your recipe carefully and pay close attention to things like cooking temperatures (spoiler: You probably shouldn’t deep fry with it!) and dosage calculations.
Sound confusing? No worries. We’ll cover everything you need to know about cooking with different CBD products, choosing compatible flavor combinations, cooking temps, and more. But first, let’s answer the most important question of all—why would you want to cook with CBD in the first place?