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Holiday Cannabis Cookie Round-Up: Medicated Peanut Butter Cookies, Cannabis Coconut Almond Macaroons, and Extra Special Snickerdoodles


Medicated Peanut Butter Cookies

Peanut butter cookies are a holiday staple. For many, their holiday cookie arrangements are not the same without the familiar crisscross of peanut butter cookies. They are deliciously chewy and soft, and the peanut butter and butter provide a rich flavor. This medicated peanut butter cookie recipe is specifically a small batch recipe. The entire recipe only yields approximately 15 cookies. The medicated aspect of these cookies comes from using cannabutter, which is easy to make on your own and many legal cannabis dispensaries offer cannabutter for purchase now. 

Cannabis Coconut Almond Macaroons

While macaroons are not typically considered a “traditional” holiday cookie, these cannabis coconut almond macaroons are a great addition to your holiday baking routine. This recipe is also vegan and gluten-free if you want to make an edible that even those with specific dietary needs can enjoy. Macaroons also look elegant and complicated, but they are simple and easy to make. Unlike many other recipes, these coconut almond macaroons do not get their cannabis infusion from butter but rather melted cannabis coconut oil. A drizzle of melted chocolate on top puts the finishing touch on these tasty treats and makes them look especially lavish. 

Extra Special Snickerdoodles

Snickerdoodles are another tasty treat that most Christmas cookie trays wouldn’t be complete without. Their cinnamon sugar flavor makes them especially suited for this time of year. These cannabis snickerdoodles are quick and easy and make a great beginner recipe if you are just starting your culinary cannabis adventure. This recipe from Cannabis Cheri uses kief instead of regular cannabis flower or cannabutter. Unlike many other infused recipes, this one adds the decarboxylated kief by sprinkling it into the mixture like a regular dry ingredient.