If you have coconut and custard in your kitchen, then this is one of the best marijuana recipes for it. This Cannabis-infused Coconut Custard Pie is a famous recipe by Laurie Wolf, and it is certain to leave your guests begging for more. Wolf is “the Martha Steward of Marijuana Edibles,” a known pot advocate, a four-time marijuana cookbook author, and a contributor to many weed publications.
This simple tart is just super easy to make. You can even break it down to make a smaller marijuana cookie recipe. Who does not love toasted coconut? Only those allergic to it. This crunchy delight is potent and your guests will be high as kites. Do not let them have too many helpings too quickly, which they will probably fight each other for, or they will likely overdose at your table.
If you buy your crust at a store, then always add two tablespoons of melted and cooled canna-butter when you mix the ingredients together. If you make it yourself, you will need to infuse the piecrust first. This is easy to do if you already have a batch of readymade canna-butter. If not, you will have to make some before you start.
Preparation Time: 1 Hour
Serves: 8 – 10
- 1 Infused Piecrust
- 4 Large Eggs
- 1 ½ Cups Full-Fat Coconut Milk
- ½ Cup Condensed Milk
- ½ Cup Sugar
- 2 Teaspoons Vanilla Extract
- 1 Cup Shredded Coconut, lightly toasted
- Salt to Taste
- Preheat oven to 340°F.
- Butter a pie dish and place crust inside.
- Combine eggs, coconut milk, condensed milk, sugar, vanilla, toasted coconut and salt in a medium-sized bowl. Mix thoroughly.
- Pour the combined mixture into the pie shell.
- Bake until it sets, or approximately 45 minutes.
- Remove from oven and allow coolin
- Serve as is or with custard.
Always remember to dose cannabis dishes correctly. Too much THC can cause unpleasant side effects, such as paranoia, hyperactivity and extreme anxiety. If you want your guests to enjoy themselves, give them plenty of liquids and have some CBD oil in your cupboard. CBD is the only effective antidote for a THC overdose, as it can counteract the effects.