Canna flour ingredients

How to make canna flour

Cooking with cannabis-infused flour

2 recipes with cannabis-infused flour

Edibles in moderation

Tips for using cannabis flour

Life is what you bake of it


Weed flour is a much easier and quicker way to blend cannabis into your cooking and baking recipes.

It's just amazing; who could have guessed we'd end up making bread and pizza with cannabis-infused ingredients?

The best part about canna flour is that it’s shelf-stable for months if you keep it in a cool dark place.

Learn how to make marijuana flour right, then see how far down the rabbit hole you can go with this potent concoction.

Are you ready to learn how to bake and get baked with cannabis flour?


Canna flour ingredients

Before getting started with making the flour, you’ll need the following items:

  • 7–10 grams of decarbed cannabis
  • 1 cup of all-purpose flour
  • Blender or coffee grinder
  • An airtight jar/container

Using quality ingredients is key. Some marijuana lovers prefer using specific strains for minimal munchies once the buzz wears off, but you can choose whichever cultivar you like.


How to make canna flour

Making pot flour couldn't be easier; it requires only a few items and takes less than 15 minutes

Let's get started with this simple and effective process.


Step 1

Remove the stems and seeds from your dried and cured weed.


making cannaflour:remove stems and seeds


Step 2

This next step is one of the most essential, decarboxylation of your cannabis. 

It’s the process of heating cannabis, converting THCA and CBDA into THC and CBD. It allows these cannabinoids to drop one carboxyl group and gain a hydrogen atom.

Without this process, you wouldn’t feel any of the psychoactive effects.

Here is a simple step-by-step guide to decarboxylating your marijuana using an oven:

Preheat the oven to 250℉.

Break up your cannabis into small bits.

Evenly spread the marijuana on a piece of baking paper. 

Bake the buds at 250℉ for 25–30 minutes to ensure efficient decarboxylation.

Your cannabis turns light to medium brown and becomes very dry.

Remove the marijuana ingredients from the baking sheet and let them cool down. 

Now add your cannabis to food and enjoy the effects.


cannabis decarboxylation is one of the major steps in making cannaflour


Step 3

Add your decarbed cannabis into a coffee grinder or blender.


making cannaflour:add cannabis into a coffee grinder


Step 4

Blend the weed into a powder (do this a couple of times to get it finely ground).


making cannaflour:blend the weed into a powder


Step 5

Add one cup of flour to the fine cannabis and blend for 20 seconds. Blend it a few times to ensure that the marijuana and flour mix well.


making cannaflour:add a cup of flour to the fine weed


Step 6

Empty your weed flour into an airtight jar or container and store it in a cool dark place until you’re ready to use it. 

You may even want to keep it in the same place you store your cannabis seeds.


move your cannaflour to a jar or container


How simple is that?

Use this infusion in your next baking recipe by swapping a quarter or a third of regular all-purpose flour with pot flour.


Cooking with cannabis-infused flour

Canna flour makes baking extra special and requires minimal effort and ingredients. When following a recipe, add a quarter of pot flour instead of the standard amount. Using more than 25% may mess up the result.

Using 7–10 grams of weed buds from high THC seeds is best. Easily mask the unmistakable weed flavor with many sweet or savory ingredients. Make anything from cookies to pasta with cannabis flour; the possibilities are endless.