CULTURE Magazine has been publishing reliable cannabis news and lifestyle content since 2009, and with infused recipes every month, there’s plenty of culinary delights to keep cannabis in your meals throughout the year. With Thanksgiving right around the corner, we’ve prepared a cornucopia of Thanksgiving Day recipes that will expertly infuse your holiday with cannabis. This year’s we reviewed some new, healthy alternatives to cannabis infused feasts, but in years past we’ve covered a variety of unique flavors and ways to mix things up. In this three part series, we’re starting with the cannabis-infused best side dishes.
*Disclaimer: Be sure to provide these at your annual, 21 and over “Friendsgiving” or at a Thanksgiving Day feast that doesn’t have any children in attendance.
Super Mash: Mix up your mashed potato game with this unique recipe, boasting a ton of unique ingredients like turnips, carrots, rutabaga, russet potatoes and plenty of seasoning.
Whole Grain Stuffing: For some, this dish is hit or miss. Make sure it’s a major hit while you cook up an out-of-this-world stuffing made with savory flavors of whole grain bread, mushrooms, onion, walnuts and apples.
Spicy Citrus Brussels: Get that healthy feeling with crispy roasted brussel sprouts topped with lemon zest and juice, as well as red pepper flakes to give it an extra kick.
Stuffed Bell Peppers: While not reminiscent of the holidays, this tried-and-true recipe guarantees a good mixture of vegetable servings, as well as rice and celery and shallots.
Holiday Green Beans and Mushrooms with Almonds: Pretty much sounds like it is described—it’s an amalgam of healthy green beans, mushrooms and crunchy almonds.
Waldorf Salad: Every Thanksgiving needs a salad, so mix up this crunchy dish with celery, apples, grapes, walnuts and mayonnaise for a refreshing start to your food adventure.
Scalloped Potatoes: Silky potatoes and onions—what more could you want?
Citrus Avocado Salad: Another refreshing oldie but goodie, this salad (made of grapefruit, oranges, red onion, avocados and salad greens) will liven up your taste buds on a cold day.
Cranberry Sauce: Take a traditional recipe that utilizes mashed cranberries, orange zest and plenty of cannabis simple syrup.
Cannabis Corn: Corn is the more tolerable vegetable, and the bright color of corn kernels smothered with butter and salt is hard to beat.
Mashed Potatoes: Grab your milk and potatoes, it’s time to make an infused mash!
Dizzy Bird and Cannabis Stuffing: Add some substance to your Thanksgiving dinner with this turkey-filled stuffing that is complemented with a ton of spices, onions, celery, and flavor-infused bread cubes.
Olive Medley: Present your olives in a much more fancy way with this unique olive, fennel, red pepper flakes and lemon juice.