Where are the Keto Kannabis recpies?

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Many of us have diabeties or are borderline. We don't want to get any worse, so we change our diet to Keto to combat the evil sugar demon.
What are your favorites? Has anyone done any Keto Kannabis Kookies yet?

Sofar, I'm working on a keto version of my favorite, Bisquick. I think I've almost got it.
 
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The two carriers I use are coconut oil and simple syrup
They have different onset times and different effects

Simply infuse some oil or ghee and use a low sugar or alternative sweetener recipe of your choice
Don't know anything about keto diet

I can infuse some simple syrup and measure a dose in a quarter of a teaspoon which is a minimal amount of sugar
So there are a couple of ways to reduce sugar intake
 
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Keto = Zero sugar or carbs. The carbs part is the real killer.
 
Tincandtoke

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Check out modernist pantry

They may have some ingredients that can help you along the way

Are you essentially trying to bind the cannabinoids to a protein forward edible
Perhaps egg yolk and some egg substitute products may be a way of emulsify the cannabis oil into a recipe
 
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Actually, we infuse the cannaboids into butter and use that to cook with. We can also drop some in a brownie mix but, see theres the problem. Flour is a carbohydrate and turns to sugar in the body. Keto removes the carbs and sugar to rebalance the endocrine system for diabetics/borderline. I can not eat regular wheat flour, so we use substitutes, coconut flour, almond flour... but they have texture and taste problems. We've just about worked the issues with texture and flavor out.
Now it's time to figure out some recpies for the new Ketoquick Bread/Baking Mix we have come up with. Might even patent and sell it.
 
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Texture is pretty easy to overcome
Taste is a different story

From my tincture filtering tries I learned it is hard to eliminate a taste
Lots of experimenting before settling on my final filtering recipe

Probably doing a mix of several flours in a certain ratio will help you attain the texture and taste balance you are looking for in a finished product

Could you post an example of a keto recipe you would want to infuse
Not one of yours if you are still working on it but a recipe that may be similar so I can get an idea of what you want
It will help me understand if I see the ingredient list
I could Google it but a million links would come up and I could not sort it out
 
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Texture is pretty easy to overcome
Taste is a different story

From my tincture filtering tries I learned it is hard to eliminate a taste
Lots of experimenting before settling on my final filtering recipe

Probably doing a mix of several flours in a certain ratio will help you attain the texture and taste balance you are looking for in a finished product

Could you post an example of a keto recipe you would want to infuse
Not one of yours if you are still working on it but a recipe that may be similar so I can get an idea of what you want
It will help me understand if I see the ingredient list
I could Google it but a million links would come up and I could not sort it out
Butterscotch Brownies. Show me a keto recpie for that.
 
ComfortablyNumb

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??????
Have no idea what you are looking for but good luck and keep medicated
"Could you post an example of a keto recipe you would want to infuse"

That's what you asked. I said Butterscotch Brownies is the recpie I want. A keto version.
The infusion is the easy part. We have a LEVO 2. Finding good tasting keto is the hard part.
 
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"Could you post an example of a keto recipe you would want to infuse"

That's what you asked. I said Butterscotch Brownies is the recpie I want. A keto version.
The infusion is the easy part. We have a LEVO 2. Finding good tasting keto is the hard part.

Just trying to understand
You are looking for a recipe that replaces the processed flour and sugar
You are using what I assume would be a vegan substitute for the grain flour in the recipe
This can present problems with the density but easy to overcome
The butterscotch part and sweetening will be the biggest hurdle I see

Thought you already had set recipes in mind
Instead of asking for a recipe I should have asked what kind of ingredients are permissible




I usually just take a recipe like this and bend it to my will through experimenting

Not trying to be a jerk or anything
This is interesting
 
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Just trying to understand
You are looking for a recipe that replaces the processed flour and sugar
You are using what I assume would be a vegan substitute for the grain flour in the recipe
This can present problems with the density but easy to overcome
The butterscotch part and sweetening will be the biggest hurdle I see

Thought you already had set recipes in mind
Instead of asking for a recipe I should have asked what kind of ingredients are permissible




I usually just take a recipe like this and bend it to my will through experimenting

Not trying to be a jerk or anything
This is interesting
You're not a jerk. This is what I am talking about, yes. The ingredients used. Cooking is chemistry. We have been cooking with wheat flour for so long that we know, understand and use all the various chemical variations there are in cooking. The problems is we have little knowledge of how it all works without wheat flour. So, we are learning how to cook all over again.
 
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You're not a jerk. This is what I am talking about, yes. The ingredients used. Cooking is chemistry. We have been cooking with wheat flour for so long that we know, understand and use all the various chemical variations there are in cooking. The problems is we have little knowledge of how it all works without wheat flour. So, we are learning how to cook all over again.



When infusing a product I look for different ways to work the oil or syrup into the recipe
In the above I would inuse the the vegan butter, assuming it has a plant oil base
Substitute your flour, substitute the xanthan for aquafaba if you have to and look to substitute for the sugar

You may get away with sugar less butterscotch chips and use the recipe from the previous post to make the butterscotch layer
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I do not know what is permissible in this type of diet for sugar substituting
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This is infused stevia
14 grams I believe
Not much to look at but it packs a punch

Just BS off the top of my head as I think of this
I know nothing about keto diets

The problems it poses are interesting
 
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kuriisenbo

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Tbh, the last pic doesn’t look tasty, sorry. As far as I know, there are special products for those who have diabetes. I’ve never tried cannabis cookies, but I think they might be tasty. At least my friend says so. He’s tried some cannabis brownies and said they were really good. They managed to make them with no added sugar. Actually, they used a sugar substitute. I think that there are more supplements for better mental awareness than marijuana. Anyway, the choice is still up to you. But I still won’t refuse to try those cannabis brownies.
 
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The two carriers I use are coconut oil and simple syrup
They have different onset times and different effects

Simply infuse some oil or ghee and use a low sugar or alternative sweetener recipe of your choice
Don't know anything about keto diet

I can infuse some simple syrup and measure a dose in a quarter of a teaspoon which is a minimal amount of sugar
So there are a couple of ways to reduce sugar intake
I've been making chocolates for my wife as sleep meds but now the chocolate bothers her stomach at night. I bought some syrup for her and it works great. I make the chocolates using Coconut oil but I'd be interested in hearing how you turn cannabis oil into syrup....please post your method. I have some oil I'd like to turn to a syrup.
 
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