Make Way for the Chef Doctor 

by | Feb 1, 2021 | Recipes


Marijuana is the new ingredient for tasty results in the kitchen. If you are at least 21 years and love to cook, put on your waist apron and get ready to set the culinary bar higher.

Smoking and vaping are the tested and proven medical marijuana delivery routes. Even so, patients that get medical marijuana prescriptions are increasingly exploring tastier ways to get the therapeutic advantage of the famed medical marijuana, and the kitchen is where it goes down

P/S: When using these recipes or any other medical marijuana products, ensure compliance with your state laws. 

The first step would be leveraging Veriheal’s NY services for a prescription and application of medical marijuana license in NY. Also, familiarize yourself with the state’s stipulations on usage and possession amounts.



Make Way for the Chef Doctor

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  1. Cannabis Candied potatoes 

If you haven’t tried marijuana potatoes, you are missing out. This is a rich mix of potatoes and cannabutter. Get your biggest bowl and stir up three ingredients to make this incredible treat. 


  • ½ cup light brown sugar 
  • ¼ cup cannabutter
  • ¼ cup walnuts 
  • 1 40-ounce can of drained potatoes
  • 1 teaspoon nutmeg powder
  • 1 teaspoon cinnamon powder
  • Small marshmallows 


  • Preheat the oven to 325 degrees F 
  • In a pot, melt cannabutter over medium heat. Add the sugar and walnuts and simmer for a few minutes.
  • In a bowl, crush the potatoes with a potato masher until you get a smooth consistency. 
  • Add the sugar-cannabutter-walnut mixture, cinnamon, and nutmeg powders, and mix thoroughly.
  • Pour the mixture into a metal pie container and cover with marshmallows. 
  • Heat for 15-20 minutes at 325 degrees F. 
  • Remove from oven, then place in the broiler to grill until the marshmallows are slightly tanned. 
Make Way for the Chef Doctor

  1. Pot Pumpkin Pie Recipe 

Remember the pumpkin pies mom used to make? If you’ve been craving the childhood treat, there is a way to make it both tastier and healthier. 


  • 2 cups mashed pumpkin
  • 8-ounce softened cream cheese 
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt 
  • 1 cup sugar
  • 2 eggs, lightly beaten 
  • 1/3 cup marijuana oil
  • 1/2 tbsp. ground cinnamon 
  • Whipped marijuana cream 
  • 1 tbsp. vanilla concentrate
  • 1/4 tbsp. nutmeg
  • 1/4 tsp ground ginger 
  • 1 unbaked pastry shell 


  • Preheat the broiler to 350 degrees F. 
  • In a saucepan, beat the cream cheese with a hand blender
  • Add the mashed pumpkin and mix until smoothly blended. 
  • Add the salt, sugar, and mix thoroughly. 
  • Add the eggs and cannabis oil and mix until smooth. 
  • Add vanilla, ginger, and cinnamon and stir 
  • Place it onto a pan and bake for 45-50 minutes
  • Let it cool, then top the slices with whipped marijuana cream before serving


  1. Butternut squash soup 

Butternut squash soup is the authentic comfort food for the winter. The soup is delicious and super healthy, but the marijuana version tastes even better.


  • 3-pound butternut squash seeded 
  • ½ cup sliced shallot
  • 4 minced garlic cloves
  • 3 tbsp. olive oil, 
  • 1 tbsp. salt 
  • 3 tbsp. cannabis oil
  • 1 tbsp. Maple syrup 
  • ? tbsp. nutmeg powder 
  • Fresh black pepper powder
  • 2tbsp. butter 
  • 4 cups vegan broth 


  • Preheat the broiler to 425°F 
  • On a pan, mix butternut squash with olive oil, salt, and pepper and bake for 45 minutes.
  • Take it off the broiler, let cool for 10 minutes, and then remove and discard the tough skin.
  • Warm1 tbsp. Olive oil over medium heat and add 1tbsp. salt and chopped shallot.
  • Cook the shallot until mellowed. Add chopped garlic and heat for 30 more seconds.
  • Put the cooked garlic-shallot mixture in a blender and add canna oil, maple syrup, and the reserved butternut and black pepper powder. 
  • Add the 3 cups of vegan broth and 2 tbsp. olive oil or butter, then blend until creamy and smooth. 
  • Serve while hot or refrigerate for later use.

There is so much potential for medical marijuana in the kitchen for those who like experimenting.  Use these recipe ideas to transform your culinary experience.


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