Deviled Eggs are always the first to go at the family picnic, the potluck dinner or the “Game Day” buffet. While everyone else is making the latest greatest hors d’oevres and appetizers, you can waltz in with this simple crowd pleaser and steal the show. Cannabis Deviled Eggs are colourful, bursting with flavour, and make the perfect cannabis snack. They’re quick and easy to make with simple ingredients that most of us already have on hand.
We’re dosing this classic recipe with THC. You may be wondering how this is possible. Well, we use a healthy dose of THC oil. Many a cannabis cook will be ready with this ingredient on hand. If you need to make a THC cooking oil, here is an easy-to-follow recipe.
Remember, you’ll need to create your cannabis cooking oil with a THC bud. We always suggest that you consult a representative when purchasing your cannabis. They may be able to suggest a THC strain that will work well with your cooking. Cannabis strains contain a variety of terpenes. This unique compound influences the taste and smell of your bud. Thusly, it may change the taste of your THC infused oil. Let your budtender know that you are cooking with cannabis and creating this specific recipe. Hopefully they will recommend an appropriate weed strain for you.
Are you planning your recipe in advance? You can make this dish ahead by keeping the egg whites and filling separate. Put your filling in a zip lock bag making sure to press out any air pockets before sealing. Wrap the egg whites in cling wrap. Your ingredients will keep fresh in the fridge for up to two days.
Peeling Tip: For easier peeling, let your boiled eggs sit for a few minutes in cold water to quickly bring the temperature down, drain, add enough cold water to cover the eggs, and then add some ice. Once the ice has melted drain the water, put a lid on your pot and shake rapidly. Remove eggs and peel…the shells should practically slide off.
Labeling: Listen, boo, if you’re bringing these THC infused eggs to a function, they need to be clearly labeled. Distinct labeling that everyone will clearly understand is important. Not everyone is a cannabis connaisseur like yourself. Use labeling that states: Contains Marijuana, or These Eggs Are Made With Cannabis: Consume At Your Own Risk. We recommend that you also list the THC dose.
It is also important to keep these THC eggs out of reach of children and animals. It would certainly ruin the event if you end up in the emergency room with a child or vet. Be responsible.
Let’s start cooking. Follow the recipe below. Hit us up in the comments or on social media. We would love to hear how this amazing weed snack turns out.