Any food product made with marijuana — either the dried plant material or a concentrated infusion containing cannabinoids, such as Cannabutter or Cannaoil – is considered cannabis-infused food. Cannabis-infused foods may vary from simple Delta 8 edibles to more complicated and even gourmet meals like pancakes, pasta, or roasted veggies, available on dispensary shelves.

Other recipes leverage the robust terpene flavor profiles of cannabis for tantalizing, earthy products. In comparison, others use weed’s firm terpene flavor profiles for making delicious treats. In contrast, others mask the taste of cannabis in food to the point where it is nearly impossible to detect.

You could believe that the Dutch originated the notorious “smoke and a pancake,” — which is partially correct. The Dutch are famous for their delicious pancakes and their fondness for toking and smoking. By adding berries and fresh toppings, you may prepare a bud-breakfast that will leave you very amazed.

Pancakes Have a Long and Surprising History

According to experts, Stone Age chefs made flour out of cattails and ferns, likely combined with water and cooked on a hot, presumably oiled rock. These Cannabis Pancakes may not seem tasty right now, but believe us, they will blow your mind when we tell them.

Even the Greeks adored Pancakes.

The ancient Greeks and Romans ate honey-sweetened pancakes; the Elizabethans ate spice-flavored pancakes, and do not forget about Shrove Tuesday or Pancake Day, one of the pancake-themed days. But the mainline was that it was a batter-based flat cake cooked. When it comes to delicious pancakes, you can never go wrong when they are hot and golden brown with crispy edges. Submit yourself to morning joy by trying this cannabis-infused variation of the traditional banana pancake.


  • Two teaspoons of baking powder 
  • 3/4 cup flour
  • sugar (two tablespoons)
  • a quarter teaspoon of salt
  • Two peeled and mashed ripe bananas (pro tip: place them in a storage bag and squeeze until mashed)
  • One beaten egg
  • a third of a cup of cannabis milk
  • 12 cups of water
  • Two tablespoons oil (vegetable)


  • Heat a griddle or frying pan to medium-high.
  • Combine the flour, baking powder, sugar, and salt in a large mixing basin.
  • Combine mashed bananas, eggs, cannabis milk, water, and oil separately. Mix thoroughly.
  • Gently incorporate the banana mixture into the dry ingredients in the mixing bowl. The batter should have a lumpy appearance.
  • Lightly lubricate the pan or skillet and gently pour the batter into the desired size using a slight oil coating.
  • As soon as bubbles show, flip the pancakes.
  • Heat the pancakes for another minute, turning halfway through to ensure that both sides are well warmed. Enjoy.

Suggestions for serving freshly sliced bananas, your favorite nuts, a sprinkling of cinnamon, and a drizzle of warm maple syrup or honey go on top of these canna-banana pancakes.

You should have between 10 and 12 Cannabanana pancakes after you have finished your recipe. Some users prefer to include strawberry jam or maple syrup/honey for added taste. You can even spread it with peanut butter or chocolate spread.

The Repercussions

Unless you do not have anything better to do with the rest of the day, do not try to eat all 12 pancakes by yourself. That will make you stoned to insanity, mainly if you eat them in one sitting. You should start feeling the benefits in approximately 45 minutes, depending on how powerful you made them and what strain you used.

These Cannabanana Pancakes will be the ideal partner for those chilly days when all you want is Netflix and chill. It is a fast and straightforward recipe for some delicious cannabis-infused treats that will have you stoned.

No one would know if you were eating these pancakes at a family event. If you have the same issue with low-potency cannabis, this is the most delicious method to boost your high.

What Are the Benefits of Cannabis-Infused Foods?

Here are a few advantages of eating marijuana over different routes of consumption.

Omit the cigarette: Inhaling any smoke or vapor from cannabis-infused meals is not required, particularly beneficial for individuals who have asthma or are otherwise sensitive to smoke. Even for healthy people, inhaling smoke may have long-term consequences since it includes carcinogens from burning plant material.

Edibles are a relatively discrete method to consume marijuana since no smoke or vapor forms and no conspicuous equipment is required. Eating cannabis may seem as harmless as eating a cookie, sitting down to a gourmet dinner, or smoking a joint.

Lasts longer: No two highs are the same, and the effects vary depending on a variety of physiological aspects such as body weight, metabolism, and hydration level, as well as the quantity of cannabis taken and the strength of the strain. However, edibles considerably prolong the effects of cannabis; while a joint’s high lasts around two hours on average, an edible’s high may last up to eight hours. This lifespan is particularly beneficial to those who use marijuana to treat medical conditions like chronic pain.

More powerful: When you eat cannabis, you get a more robust “high” than if you merely smoke it. This factor is related to how marijuana is processed in the body when consumed. Your digestive processes transform THC into 11-hydroxy-THC, a more powerful version of the cannabinoid when it reaches your stomach and liver.

Methods of Cannabis Infusion

While adding decarboxylated marijuana to your recipe (as in many space cake recipes) is feasible, infusing oil or other fat-based media with marijuana and using it during the cooking process is becoming more popular. Using cannabis infusions increases the potency of your baked goods and allows you to hide the weed’s taste and scent, making cannabis infusions useful in a broad range of recipes. A few typical inputs to attempt at home are listed below.

Oil for cooking (Canna Oil)

Making cannabis oil has the extra benefit of utilizing it topically and in culinary dishes. Cooking oils such as avocado, olive, coconut, and safflower may be helpful to make cannabis infusions. You can pour cannabis cooking oil over salads, grilled vegetables, or mixed into caffeinated beverages like matcha lattes.

Butter with Cannabidiol (Cannabutter)

Cannabutter is a butter-and-marijuana infusion cooked for many hours over low heat. Like cannabis cooking oil, cannabis-infused butter is very flexible, making it ideal for use in baked products, popcorn, or just spreading over toast with jam.


There are many great reasons why cannabis edibles are better than other types of marijuana intake, but it boils down to individual preferences in the end. So, try these pancakes for yourself. If you do not like them, there are many other ways to customize your cannabis-infused foods.