Why Should I Try Blonde Pot Brownies

In a never ending pursuit for cannabis-indulgence in the form of baked goods, the lighter, blonder side of brownies have always been a favorite of mine.

If you haven’t experienced the culinary cannabis wonder that is the blondie (or blonde brownie), imagine biting into an oversized homemade cookie with a hint of finely extracted cannabis to top it all off.

As a staple throughout the edible community, it’s great to explore the different kinds of cuisine that the wonderful bud that we have come to enjoy can be added too so put down your bubbler and pick up your whisk because we have provided a full step by step recipe on how to make a seriously dank take on pot brownies.


Kitchen Tools You Will Need:


  • 9×9-inch baking pan
  • Whisk
  • Strainer
  • Serving Spoon

  • Medium mixing bowl
  • Large mixing bowl
  • Medium sauce pan


Ingredients to make Brownies:


½ of ground marijuana

1 cup sifted all-purpose flour

1/2 teaspoon baking powder

1/8 teaspoon baking soda

1/2 teaspoon salt

2 full sticks of butter (for canna-butter)

1/3 cup butter, melted

1 cup packed brown sugar

1 egg, beaten

1 tablespoon vanilla extract

2/3 cup semisweet chocolate chips


How-To Guide on Making the Best Marijuana brownies:

  1.  Start off by preheating your oven to 350 degrees F (180 degrees C). While your waiting for the oven to get to the prescribed temperature, you can start prepping your 9 x 9 inch baking pan by applying an even coat of vegetable oil.

  2. Measure 1 cup of all purpose flour, once the proper measurements are made add baking powder, baking soda, and salt. Mix the dry ingredients well and set them aside for later use the baking process.

  3. If you don’t already have a pre-made dose of canna-butter you can easily whip one up in a timely manner. Take the two sticks of butter and begin to melt them completely in your medium sauce pan.

  4. Once the butter has melted, take the ½ ounce of your favorite ground marijuana flower and slowly add it into the melted butter. Let the mixture simmer on a low heat for 45 minutes, constantly stirring the solution, making sure the plant mater does not burn.

  5. Once 45 minutes have passed and the plant matter has turned to a light even brown, almost all of the THC has been absorbed into the fat in the butter. Carefully strain the plant matter out of the melted butter and add the liquid gold into your large mixing bowl.

  6. Stir the brown sugar into the melted butter and mix well. Cool slightly.

  7. Mix the beaten egg and vanilla into the brown sugar mixture. Add flour mixture a little at a time and mix all the ingredients together until there is no trace of any dry ingredient.

  8. Spread the batter into the greased pan and garnish 1/2 to 1 cup chocolate chips on top of the batter. Bake in the preheated oven until a toothpick inserted in the center comes out clean, should take about 20 to 25 minutes.


* Make sure to sample one half of the brownie followed by an hour wait for the THC to absorb into your system and take effect before going and gorging on the entire pan. You want to make sure that you can feel the effects and enjoy the high that it provides responsibly!

4 Responses

  1. Cinderella

    I think I’m in a big cyber cave-echo chamber, all by myself. Hello?! Comments are waiting moderation, but I don’t think anyone is paying attention. That’s okay. One day someone will read this and go, oh.. yeah… no, wait! This discussion is 18 mos old.

    • Marijuana Jo

      Sorry for the delay in the response. Yes the piece is older but its still a great recipe. And yes your right the 1/3 cup is taken from the cannabutter.

  2. Cinderella

    I’m thinking the 1/3 cup is to taken from the canna-butter and that’s where the confusion is? No answer as yet.

  3. Joan Burke

    Trying to make your blond brownies. Add what point and where do you add the other 1/3 cup melted butter? Did I miss something? I have strained the 2 stick combo and put in the brown sugar, when I realized I don’t know where the other butter goes. Help.


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