Mmmeatloaf, stoned taters with Canna-gravy

Y’all, I have a real love of comfort food. If I had the money, I would open up a diner that served nothing but comfort food. Meatloaf and mashed taters, baked mac n cheese, chicken soup, chicken pot pie, beef stew… yeah – that would be a dream come true.

So, in our never ending quest to find ways of incorporating medical cannabis into every day cooking, I have previously raved about the baking mixes made by CT Pharma ( During a brainstorming sesh with my two pals – (#UBBU), and we began talking about how to incorporate MMJ into some of our favorite foods – like sausage and peppers (we came up with something – we’re going to try it soon) and t’meatball grinders/subs/hoagies. And once we thought of something for the meatballs, the meatloaf was just a natural step after that.

The instructions on the baking mix is to use in dry ingredients before mixing in the wet. For this, I used the T180 strength. I put 1.5 cups of bread crumbs into a bowl. I added the packet of T180 baking mix. I then used 1.5 pounds of 80/20 ground beef, two eggs, half cup of ketchup and mixed all that together. Put into a loaf pan. Baked @375 for 50-60 minutes. It’s literally that simple.

I used the 80/20 fat content ground beef, because THC does bind better to fats. Oh, but I was not done yet. I used 2 tablespoons of canna-butter in my mashed taters. Now, because it is just me and the husband, I usually get those Bob Evans mashed potatoes. Lifted up the plastic film, threw the two tablespoons of butter on, closed film, microwave for five minutes. Mix to incorporate.

For the gravy, I used the drippings from the meatloaf, a tablespoon of canna-butter, a tablespoon of Better than Bullion beef flavoring, 1/4 cup of red wine, 1/2 cup of water combined with 1 tblsp cornstarch to make a slurry. Everything in a small saucepan, whisk to keep smooth and bring to a low boil to thicken. That’s it.

That is literally it. I couldn’t feel my face for hours after consuming this comfort food dinner. Remember, you are limited only by your imagination. Also remember, Everything is Better with Budder

Published by EIBWB

Just a middle age biker chick, learning how to navigate through life with a disability, and how medical marijuana saved me

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