A cozy weed potato soup never tasted so good. Introducing the weed potato soup edible recipe. This simple and delicious edible is fun to make and hits the spot. Share it with a loved one or a friend for a new fun meal.
If you’re just skimming this article or saving and printing the recipe for later, remember to check out the potency calculator at the bottom of this post. It will help you determine the potency of your homemade edible soup!
Here’s What You’re Going to Need
This recipe requires cannabis-infused milk. We do not sell cannabis milk on the website, but we already wrote a comprehensive article teaching you how to easily make it at home!
Weed Potato Soup Recipe
Weed Potato Soup
- 1 cup celery diced
- 1 cup onion diced
- 4 cups potatoes peeled & cubed
- 3 cubes chicken bouillon
- 1/2 tsp black pepper
- 1 tbsp parsley diced
- 1/2 cups butter
- 6 tbsp all purpose flour
- 2 cup cannabis milk
- 1 cup half & half cream
- In a large stock pot combine celery, onion, potatoes, bouillon cubes, pepper, and parsley. Add enough water so that vegetables are fully submerged, cover and cook until vegetables are tender. Remove from the heat and set aside.
- In a small skillet melt butter. Once melted add flour and mix until a paste like consistency is formed. Add cannabis milk all at once and stir over low heat until it thickens.
- Add milk and flour mixture to the vegetables and stir gently. Add half and half cream and keep warm until serving.
Weed Potato Soup Potency Guide
When determining the potency of your homemade edibles, it’s always hard to get a good estimate. We have created a potency calculator that helps you estimate the potency of your edible soup. Although this recipe requires 2 cups of cannabis milk, the calculator is programmed to take into account that amount. Just enter the amount of THC per 1 cup of cannabis milk into the calculator and it will give you the correct values.
Keep in mind, this is just a rough estimate an the potency will vary from person to person.
Enter the amount of THC in 1 cup of your cannabis milk. If you do not know the potency, go check out our cannabis milk guide and use the calculator at the bottom of that recipe to determine your potency.
Ryan is a content manager at thecannaschool.ca who has a background in economics. Ryan specializes in making cannabis edibles at home but loves to write about all things cannabis!