When it comes to cannabis-infused baked goods, cookies and brownies are possibly the most renowned, but have you ever had banana bread that can get you higher? Chronic Cooking host Craig Ex calls banana bread “quite possibly the finest baked great there is” and it is challenging to argue with that since it is scrumptious.

Every person has their favourite recipe- perhaps it is your mom’s, your aunt’s, or your grandma’s- but the a single point we can all agree on is it is effortless to make and remarkable to consume.

That is why for the most recent episode of Chronic Cooking Craig Ex is sharing his exclusive infused banana bread recipe. Your tastebuds and blazing buddies (if you are good sufficient to share!) will thank you later.

Plus, banana bread is a scrumptious way to use any old or overripe bananas you could possibly have lying about so they do not go to waste!

What you will require

  • three bananas
  • two eggs
  • 1.five cups of flour
  • 1 cup of brown sugar
  • 1/two cup of canna butter
  • 1 tsp of baking soda
  • 1/two tsp of cinnamon
  • 1/two tsp of salt

Let’s get Chronic Cooking

  • Preheat your oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Lightly grease an eight.five inch bread pan

In a significant bowl:

  • Combine 1/two cup of canna butter and 1 cup of brown sugar
  • Beat till light and fluffy
  • Subsequent, add three ripe and mashed bananas and two nicely beaten eggs
  • Beat till nicely mixed

In a separate bowl:

  • Combine 1.five cups of flour, 1 tsp of baking soda, 1.two tsp of salt, and 1/two tsp of cinnamon

Fold the mixture in with the banana mixture, but DO NOT more than mix it!

  • Then, pour the mixture into the lightly greased pan and bake for 55-65 minutes
  • Verify the doneness with a toothpick
  • When it is prepared, take it out the oven and cool just before removing from the pan
  • Slice it up
  • Serve
  • Take pleasure in!

Want extra Chronic Cooking?

If you are hungry for extra Chronic Cooking, make confident to verify out these scrumptious recipes from previous episodes beneath.

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