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How to Make Bacon Infused Cannabis

Blazed Bacon – your new favorite way to wake up.

Everyone loves bacon. The pork product can be found on breakfast and brunch menus everywhere—people cannot get enough of it! When properly cooked, the crispy meat tastes unlike anything else. It’s salty, smoky, and it makes good fat for later use. (Hint: never get rid of your bacon fat; you can use it to cook other meats such as chicken or beef.)

If you are a bacon lover like so many out there, you may also like to indulge in marijuana use. Luckily for you, the two can now become one. Blazed Bacon is the edible you have always wanted: THC-infused bacon.

Starting your morning with this salty breakfast protein will have you grinning in no time. Blazed Bacon medicates you early in the morning so you are off to a good start. Chronic pain and stress will diminish not long after your meal, leaving you in the best possible mood to face the day.

So what are you waiting for? A mouthwatering plate of crispy Blazed Bacon is only a few simple steps away...


  • Bacon, sliced
  • Cannabis, ground into fine powder


Decarboxylate cannabis on a cookie sheet and bake for 90 minutes at 215 F. On an ungreased sheet, place bacon strips next to each other. Once cannabis is decarboxylated, remove and preheat oven to 275 F. Sprinkle baked ground cannabis over each strip of bacon with a salt shaker (see Dosage). Cook for 10 minutes on each side. Save leftover bacon-cannabis fat for other recipes. 

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