CBD oil recipes are the easiest way to incorporate CBD oil into your routine. Since it can blend easily into sweet and savory dishes, you can collect all the benefits no matter what food you crave.
Since CBD doesn’t contain the psychoactive properties of THC, CBD oil recipes won’t make you “high.” Instead, you might collect a host of other benefits, from reduced anxiety to better sleep.
If you’re new to cooking recipes with CBD oil, start small — make half batches to avoid wasting oil, and use small quantities to test how you feel. Using more refined oils when you want less bitterness and aftertaste, and less-refined oils when cooking with strong flavors that can mask their taste. Most importantly, cook at low temperatures to ensure you preserve all the benefits of the oil.
From drinks to sweet treats, use these CBD oil recipes to keep your cool:
CBD oil drink recipes
1. CBD Oil Golden Milk
With a golden touch from turmeric and fresh ginger, this spiced golden milk gets extra benefits from a dose of CBD oil. Make it more Bulletproof and choose full-fat canned coconut milk and raw honey in the recipe, and skip the black pepper and nutmeg.
2. CBD Rooibos Tea Latte
This is the perfect CBD oil recipe to enjoy before bed. Naturally caffeine-free rooibos tea gets a boost with healthy fats from grass-fed ghee and Brain Octane Oil, plus a dropper full of CBD to help you wind down and power your sleep.
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3. CBD Chocolate Latte
When you don’t need the stimulating effects of coffee, use this drink as a low-caffeine alternative. A sweetened milk base simmers away with raw cacao powder and CBD oil for a warm and frothy treat. Use full-fat canned coconut milk for your dairy and swap maple syrup with non-GMO erythritol to stay Bulletproof on this recipe.
4. Dairy Free Green Tea Matcha Latte
This warm paleo latte is packed with antioxidant benefits from matcha powder, plus healthy fats from creamy coconut butter. To keep this CBD oil recipe Bulletproof, simply swap the coconut sugar with non-GMO erythritol, stevia, or birch xylitol.
5. CBD Fresh Mint Tea
Tea brewed with fresh mint leaves gets a sweet upgrade from CBD-infused honey, then poured over ice for a relaxing refresher. Use a raw CBD-infused honey to keep this sweet recipe Bulletproof.
6. CBD Pumpkin Golden Milk
Switch up your pumpkin spice latte routine with this orange-tinted golden milk recipe. Pumpkin pie spices blend with smooth pumpkin purée and coconut milk for a drink bursting with fall flavors. Keep it Bulletproof with full-fat canned coconut milk and ceylon cinnamon, then skip the nutmeg.
CBD oil snacks
1. CBD Chocolate Coconut Fat Bombs
Sink your teeth into these rich fat bombs that take just 10 minutes to prep. With a coconutty CBD-infused layer and a smooth chocolate layer, they’re the perfect way to tide you over until your next meal.
2. CBD Bliss Balls
This snack ball mixes up a satisfying blend of almond flour, shredded coconut, cacao nibs, and spices, all with a healthy dose of CBD. Use raw nuts and ceylon cinnamon to keep this CBD oil recipe Bulletproof-friendly.
3. CBD Peppermint Chocolate Cups
This CBD oil recipe creates layers of flavor with a chocolatey bottom and matcha cacao butter top. Swap maple syrup with liquid stevia to taste, use matcha powder instead of spinach powder, and get a high-quality dark chocolate to keep this recipe Bulletproof.
4. Two-Ingredient CBD Coconut Fat Bombs
Simplify your CBD intake with this ultra-easy recipe. Melt down coconut butter with coconut oil, then add CBD and pour into molds for a quick snack that you can even blend into coffee and tea. Make it Bulletproof and gently warm your ingredients on the stovetop instead of the microwave.
CBD oil spreads and dips
1. CBD-Infused Butter
Make this CBD oil recipe ahead of time, and you can swap it in for any low-temperature recipe that calls for butter! Simply heat your butter with oil and water, cool, then store in a container when you’re ready to use it. Make sure you use grass-fed butter to make this recipe Bulletproof.
2. CBD-Infused Guacamole
CBD oil adds a low-profile upgrade to everyone’s favorite high-fat dip. If you’re sensitive to nightshades, skip the tomatoes and peppers. Otherwise, make this CBD oil recipe Bulletproof and skip the garlic and onion.
CBD oil recipes: Desserts
1. Cookies and Cream Cheesecake CBD Bites
This sugar-free CBD oil recipe gets creamy texture from almond milk cream cheese and a cookie crunch from and almond flour and cacao mixture. Enjoy but milk cream cheeses in moderation to stay Bulletproof, since nuts are a suspect ingredient and cream cheese can contain additives that can irritate your gut.
2. CBD Oil Gummies for Sleep
With raw honey and CBD oil, this recipe supports better sleep and creates a perfectly chewy texture in every bite. Instead of tart cherry juice, use a lower-fructose fruit juice such as lemon or lime to make this recipe more Bulletproof.
3. Pumpkin Spice Latte Loaf with CBD Icing
Instead of altering CBD oil by baking it into this paleo-friendly pumpkin loaf, this recipe mixes it into a sweet sugar-free icing. Use coffee from mold-free beans instead of standard espresso powder to make this one a little more Bulletproof.
4. CBD Homemade Butter Mints
Creamy butter mints get an upgrade from real grass-fed butter and vanilla, plus CBD isolate powder — all ready in 20 minutes. Use powdered vanilla bean instead of vanilla bean paste to make this CBD oil recipe Bulletproof.
5. CBD Paleo Chocolate Chip Cookie Bars
Instead of straight CBD oil, these classic cookies get a high-fat boost from CBD-infused coconut oil, grain-free flours, and creamy almond butter. Use a high-quality raw almond butter, swap coconut sugar with non-GMO erythritol or xylitol, and use very dark chocolate to make this one more Bulletproof-friendly.
6. Chocolate Lavender CBD Truffles
These striking little gems are fat bombs with benefits. With a layer of lavender-infused coconut butter and a layer of sweetened chocolate and coconut oil, these high-fat bites will help you find your calm. To keep it all Bulletproof, skip the food coloring and swap the maple syrup with liquid stevia or monk fruit extract.
Pretty crazy I must say. Which one are you going to start with? Any other ideas? Other recipes that didn’t make it to the list?
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And a sweet weekend it is.