Cannabis-infused Recipe: Aunt Sandy's Cannaflour

January 14, 2017   |   By "Aunt Sandy" Moriarty

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This cannabis flour is a great accent to normal flour for recipes that require breading, such as fried chicken. Or it can be a great garnish, as well. It has milder effects but can be a tasty and effective additive to a number of recipes.


1/3 of a cup


Blender of food processor, airtight jar or canister


1 ounce of dry cannabis leaf trim or shake


  • Place cannabis in blender.
  • Blend on high until plant material is a fine powder.
  • Store in an airtight jar or canister. Store in a dark and cool cabinet or drawer.

Shelf life of powdered cannabis leaves is about a year if stored properly. Like other dried herbs, it will not spoil but will lose its strength, smell, and taste over time.

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About "Aunt Sandy" Moriarty

Aunt Sandy is widely known as the first published author and teacher of cannabis cooking. For years, Sandy has taught the Methods of Ingestion class at the famed Oaksterdam University in Oakland, California. Her cookbook, Aunt Sandy's Medical Marijuana Cookbook, is published by Quick Trading Publishing Co. and is a #1 Best Seller on Amazon. A Contributing Editor for CULTURE Magazine -- writing recipes for each issue--Sandy can also be heard on KVMR radio out of Nevada City (CA) on The Patricia Smith Show.

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