Vegan Medical Marijuana Ice Cream Is A Delicious Summer Treat
Posted by Laura Vladimirova | July 18 2012 | 5784 views | Comments ↓
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For this recipe, we decided to try something different. A lot of edibles contain butter, eggs and cream, which makes it difficult for those who are lactose intolerant and vegans to enjoy the benefits of medical marijuana in tasty edible forms.
This absolutely delicious vegan medical marijuana ice cream with bananas and strawberries recipe is a win-win for everyone from medical marijuana patients to vegans and vegetarians. It features vegan ice cream and a medical marijuana infused chocolate syrup.
The syrup can be used on a host of other recipes, vegan or otherwise. You can even make ganja chocolate milk with it. Try it out, even if you eat dairy, the freshness from the frozen fruit and the medical marijuana kick really hits the spot on a hot summer day.
Ice cream ingredients:
2 ripe bananas
1 1/2 cup of fresh, ripe strawberries
1/2 tablespoon maple syrup
½ cup of brown sugar (or ½ cup of agave syrup)
2 teaspoons fresh lemon juice
Blender or food processor
4. Puree the berries and the liquid with the bananas in your blender or food processor. Add the lemon juice
5. If the mixture is a little choppy, add ¾ of a cup of rice milk or almond milk and blend until smooth
6. Put your mixture into the freezer for about a ½ hour and then it's ready to eat
Hash oil ingredients:
Vegan brand chocolate syrup (try Sweetbird, Ah!Laska or check out a local health foods store or Wholefoods for other options)
1 dose of hash oil (more if you're sharing the treat)
1. Take the syrup and the hash oil and heat it up in a sauce pan until it is evenly distributed. Do not burn the syrup. Let it cool off and pour it on top of your ice cream
Remember, because this ice cream has no dairy, it has less fat than dairy-based ice cream. After freezing, it becomes pretty hard, so don't leave it in there too long.
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Article by Laura Vladimirova, on Jul. 18th 2012