Looking for a way to add a little cannabis to your wings, grilled chicken or ribs? This easy cannabis infused BBQ sauce recipe combines honey with all the right ingredients to make a simple, homemade, quick sauce that will give you the high you're looking for. Made without molasses, it's sweetened with CannaHoney for a "healthy" way to get high.
WHOA! This recipe should come with a warning!
Maybe something like:
This CannaHoney BBQ sauce is so freaking good that you will be tempted to drink the ENTIRE batch through a straw. And that would NOT be good for so many reasons.
BUT - if you're able to control yourself or you have some buddies to share this with, then make yourself some of this cannabis-infused BBQ sauce right now.
It's perfect with wings, ribs, or just about anything you're grilling. (And we won't judge if you decide to drink it through a straw instead - just don't say we didn't warn you.)
BEFORE YOU GET STARTED
If you’re new to cooking with cannabis, you’ll want to learn more about getting started. It’s not hard to cook with cannabis, but there are a few things you’ll need to understand first. For this recipe, you’ll need to know:
- How to Decarb your Weed
- How to Make CannaHoney
- Our dosing guidelines (how much you’ll want to eat to find your perfect high)
How to Make Cannabis Infused BBQ Sauce: CannaHoney BBQ Sauce
If you like your recipes simple, quick and easy, then you're in luck!
Follow the recipe card below to combine ketchup, CannaHoney, cider vinegar and mustard to create the most deliciously sweet BBQ sauce you've ever had.
It's sweet and tangy - and let's not forget about the fact that it will get you high.
Slather it on your meat and start eating.
What meat should I add this sauce to?
A better question might be what meat SHOULDN'T you add this sauce to.
We like it on grilled or baked chicken, chicken wings, ribs, pulled pork. You could also just whip up a batch and serve it as a dip with saratoga chips. It would also be delicious with hashbrowns or even in scrambled eggs.
Basically - you're going to want to put it on everything. We won't try to stop you.
How does the dosing work with this Cannabis Infused BBQ Sauce?
I'm so glad you asked. The dosing is the only tricky part of this entire recipe. To get the dosing correct (at roughly 14 milligrams of THC per serving), divide your sauce into four equal servings (about ¼ cup per serving).
Do you have any other Cannabis BBQ Sauce recipes? Maybe something a little spicier?
You're in luck! If you like it hot (or if you're on the Keto diet), you'll want to check out this Keto Cannabis Buffalo Chicken Wings recipe. The sauce is hot and will get you high.
- ¾ cup ketchup
- 1 ½ teaspoons CannaHoney
- 2 ½ tablespoons regular honey
- ½ teaspoon cider vinegar
- ½ tablespoon yellow mustard
- In small bowl, combine all ingredients and mix thoroughly.
- Divide into 4 portions (about ¼ cup each) to reach proper dosing.
- Slather each portion onto the meat (or meal) of your choice.
- Prep Time: 5 min
- Cook Time: 0 min
- Category: Dip
- Method: No Bake
- Cuisine: American
Keywords: BBQ sauce, CannaHoney, barbecue, marijuana, weed, ganja, baked, meat, chicken, wings, ribs
NO ACCIDENTAL HIGHS!
As with all of your cannabis edibles, be sure to label your cannabis creations. Here are free printable labels you can download.