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The fluffiest weed omelette in the world

If you want to start off the day right, then you’ll need to begin with a breakfast that will fuel you all the way through until lunchtime. Though traditional breakfast foods vary by region, one thing that Canadians and Americans both have in common, is their love of a good, traditional eggs and bacon feast. This recipe takes the rich protein-filled eggs and turns them into a light, fluffy edibles that will melt in your mouth and come jam-packed with all of your favourite breakfast additions.

How to make an omelette with cannabutter

Preparation: 5 minutes

Cooking: 20 minutes

  • 8 eggs
  • 1 pack of bacon
  • 1 red pepper (cored and chopped)
  • 1 cooking onion (peeled and diced)
  • ¼ cup of grated cheese
  • 3 teaspoons of cannabutter
  • Small saucepan
  • Large saucepan
  • Spatula
  • Yolk separator
  • Whisk
  • Mixing bowls
  • Paper towels

Add the bacon to a large saucepan and allow to brown, then add the onions and chopped veggies to the second saucepan.

Fry the bacon until brown and crispy in its own grease, and the vegetables in one teaspoon of cannabutter until they are soft and cooked.

Once all the ingredients that you want to add to your omelette are done cooking, remove them from the heat and set them aside for now.

Remove and place the bacon on a lining of paper towel in a bowl and drain the grease from the saucepan.

Use a yolk separator to divide all the eggs into two separate bowls.

Take a whisk and blend the egg whites until it begins to form stiff, white peaks.

Now do the same with the yolks, only they won’t quite reach the exact firmness, as they are thicker than the whites.

Pour the egg yolk mixture in with the whites and gently fold them until they are thoroughly combined.

Break apart the cooked bacon into bite-sized chunks, add it into the egg mixture along with the cooked vegetables, and fold them into the foamy mix.

Place a large saucepan on a burner and set it to medium-low heat with ½ teaspoon of cannabutter.

Once the cannabutter melts and begins to sizzle, it is time to start frying up some fresh omelettes. Measure out ¼ of the mixture then gently pour it into the saucepan.

Cook the omelette for 3-4 minutes before flipping.

Continue to heat the omelette for an additional 3-4 minutes before topping it off with grated cheese.

Give the cheese enough time to melt then fold it into half and enjoy the dish while piping hot.

Repeat these steps until all of the omelettes are cooked.

How long do edibles take to kick in?

After you enjoy a fresh plate of weed omelette, it might take a bit for you to notice the effects, as they won’t kick in until the cannabinoids enter the bloodstream, which can take up to 2 hours to occur. That is why it is always recommended to wait at least 2 hours between each serving of edibles.

How long do edibles last?

Since edibles delivery cannabinoids through the stomach rather than the lining of the lungs, the effects can take longer to kick in and last much longer than your average smoking session, which is why these goods are notorious for causing the intense and overwhelming adverse experiences in new consumers. After ingesting cannabis edibles, you can expect the effects to last for up to 12 hours before they will wear off, which is an awfully long time to be left in an uncomfortable state. One of these cannabis omelettes should be enough to keep you high almost all day long, so be careful and always be sure to enjoy them in moderation.

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This recipe takes the rich protein-filled eggs and turns them into a light, fluffy edibles that will melt in your mouth.

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By Cheri Sicard

February 4, 2019

Green olives give this medicated egg salad a lot of flavor and a touch of sophistication, turning an ordinary retro recipe into something new and noteworthy. I use decarboxylated kief or hash to medicate this recipe. Learn more about Cooking with Hash and Kief at this link.

A note about the Dosing on this recipe!

This recipe will have about 25 mg THC per serving IF you used decarboxylated average kief (40% THC). To adjust the dosage up or down for your personal needs, and to reflect the strength of the kief you are cooking with, be sure to take my FREE 10 minute online Dosing Class that will teach you how to do it, or use my handy dosage calculator tools that do all the math for you (see below).

Marijuana Recipes: Cannabis Infused OG Egg and Olive Salad Sandwich. Green olives give this egg salad a lot of flavor and a touch of sophistication