cannabis edible brownie batter

Cannabis Edible Brownie Batter

This cannabis edible brownie batter recipe is easy and delicious because it only takes 10 minutes to make! It’s rich and fudgy. The topping options are also endless, whatever your preference!

I love edible dough! Cannabis edible cookie dough is in my top 10 favorite desserts, so combining the concepts with fudgy brownies just makes perfect sense. 

Time to whip up some cannabis-infused brownie dough!

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Adjusting this recipe is easy: you can vary the mix-ins and also divide them into single-serving portions, or just eat right out of the mixing bowl!

This marijuana-infused brownie batter recipe calls for butter, brownie mix (or from scratch), water, and weed.

This product is made with the same ingredients as traditional brownies and tastes just like brownie batter. No eggs or dairy, which is usually found in baked items like this. This makes it safe to eat this way.

You can add some of your favorite toppings or mix-ins! Just be sure to keep these away from children and pets. Medicate responsibly!

This flour is heat-treated, so it’s safe to eat.

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Cannabis Edible Brownie Batter Extras:

  • Chop up your favorite cookies and add them to the batter (try Oreos or graham crackers)!


  • Pour the batter into a small pan and place a layer of sprinkles just on top.


  • Mix a medicated chocolate bar from the dispensary with brownie dough.


  • Drizzle some chocolate sauce or melted peanut butter on top for added flavor


  • Take two cookies (like sugar cookies) and sandwich a scoop of brownie batter in between them to make a brownie cookie sandwich


  • Add nuts like chopped walnuts or another add your favorite type of nuts!

Is it safe to eat raw brownie batter?

Traditional brownie recipes call for raw eggs and flour, which is risky and not safe to eat. This recipe is eggless and the flour has been heat-treated so it’s safe to eat!

Is heat-treated flour safe to eat?

Brownies are often made with flour and flour is a food that has the potential to contain bacteria, which could make you sick. But don’t worry, because if you heat-treat your flour before baking, it will kill off any harmful bacteria. After that, it becomes safe for consumption and I strongly recommend doing this step before preparing your favorite brownie batter!

What is the best way to heat-treat flour?

To heat treat the flour, measure out the amount in the recipe plus some extra (about ⅓ cup for this recipe) and microwave it for about 1-2 minutes. If you don’t have a microwave, you can also pour it onto a baking sheet and bake it for 5 minutes at 350°F.


Can you make cannabis brownie batter using boxed brownie mix?

Yes! First, mix up the medicated butter until it’s a liquid. Then, add a mix of boxed brownie mix and milk until it reaches the desired consistency. Feel free to add in any other ingredients you like afterward.

Store and Freeze your Cananbis Edible Brownie Batter

You can store your dough in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 7 days. Once it’s been refrigerated, it will firm up, so I like to scoop out however much I want to eat and let that sit out for 15-20 minutes before I eat it.

If you want to freeze brownie batter, form the dough into a ball and wrap it in plastic wrap. Place the ball of dough in a Ziploc bag and freeze for up to 2 months.

If you want to refrigerate in smaller portions, follow the same process with the dough – it’s always easier with smaller balls. If the batter needs to harden a bit before rolling into a ball, just pop it in the fridge for a few hours before freezing.


Tips by Cannabis Industry Experts

Once you’ve heated the flour, let it cool before adding it to the bowl with the wet ingredients.

This recipe is forgiving, so if the dough seems too crumbly and not stretchy, add in a bit of milk. And if you accidentally add too much milk to the dough, just add some more flour!

We think these single-serving jars are a perfect size. You can find them here: 

And PLEASE! DO NOT FORGET to label your edibles! And as always, keep out of the reach of children and pets

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