Luckily, ‘tis the season to use the great bounty of legal cannabis products to defeat all forms of bad snacking vibes through the holidays.
Canna Provisions CEO Meg Sanders. When it comes to sauntering into a seasonal soiree with tidings of good cheer, mixing up a batch of this sure-fire crowd-pleaser is a one-way ticket to yuletide vibes for all. (Especially during the office gift swap...)
Canna Provisions in Lee, Massachusetts. For this batch—a simple, garlic-ranch-flavored all-star—Sanders recommends energetic sativa RSO from Cresco Labs.
Substitutes: Whole-plant full-spectrum cannabis tincture; or ground, activated cannabis flower
Spread the coated cereal on a baking sheet one layer at a time. Bake in the oven at 200 degrees for about 10-15 minutes, and it’s done!
Chronogram voters voted Canna Provisions as the #1 Adult-Use Dispensary in the 2021 Chronogrammies awards. For those who would rather have their cannabis-infused foods and products handled by the experts, Canna Provisions has the best edibles and selection of THC- and CBD-dosed chews, candies, beverages, and tinctures in Western Massachusetts.
You can pre-order online, or just walk in and take advantage of their educational consultative approach to cannabis retail, where you are free to ask questions and learn about the products on your time before checking out at the counter.
Reminder: This kind of infusion is not exact science, just kitchen science. So always be careful, hydrate before you consume, and remember to always go low and slow until you are familiar with your body and cannabis—try one and see how you feel for an hour; you can always have another once you’ve given your body time to let the effects set in. And if it gets too intense or you feel uncomfortable, taking CBD and/or chewing black peppercorn helps reduce the effects of cannabis over-consumption.