Recipe: Cannabis Infused Smoothie With Frozen Fruit

Cannabis Infused Smoothie Recipe
Heady Vermont Staff 20 Jul 2022

You want to get your fruits and vegetables… but you also want to stay cool and keep your buzz on. Look no further than these cannabis infused smoothies – easy to make with infused dairy, sugar, or in a pinch even just a few drops of tincture. Like most of our recipes, you can opt for a THC version to get a headier buzz, or a CBD version for a mellower daytime vibe.

Get started with our easy recipes below, and feel free to add ingredients that you have on hand. Smoothies are a great way to use leftovers! We’ve also provided infusion notes for your base ingredients below.

Step by step instructions and additional infusion notes are provided below.

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Cannabis Infused Smoothie Recipe

Each recipe makes one smoothie. See an asterisk*? It means that ingredient can be infused with cannabis!

Ingredients: Blueberry Mango Coconut

  • 1 cup infused coconut milk*
  • 2 tbsp maple syrup*
  • 1 cup blueberries
  • 1 frozen banana
  • 1 frozen mango
  • Mint for garnish, if desired.

Ingredients: Strawberry Honey Yogurt

  • 1/2 cup plain or vanilla yogurt
  • 1/2 cup infused milk*
  • 1 tbsp infused honey*
  • 2 cups strawberries
  • 1 frozen banana

Ingredients: Fan Leaves, Spinach, Avocado, Mango

You could also throw your fan leaves directly into the smoothie, but we personally prefer to juice them first. Either way, check your teeth after you’re done enjoying your smoothie! 😂

Note of caution: We have seen cannabis fan leaf juice become psychoactive at times, perhaps from the heating process in the blades on some kitchen equipment. Therefore, proceed with caution when juicing your raw cannabis leaves!


  • Blender

Directions for Making Your Infused Smoothie

Add all ingredients to a blender and serve!

Ingredients: Inspiration

Fruit/Geg: Strawberries, Blueberries, Raspberries, Peaches, Mango, Banana, Avocado, Baby Spinach, Cannabis Fan Leaves

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Base/Dairy: Regular Milk, Coconut Milk, Almond Milk, Other Nut Milk, Yogurt

Base/Fruit Juice: Orange Juice, Juice Blends, Fresh Juice

Sweeteners: Maple Syrup, Sugar, Honey

Superfoods: Hemp hearts, chia seeds, collagen powder, spirulina

Tips for dosing cannabis infused smoothies

Tips for dosing your smoothie with THC or CBD

There are several different ways to make a weed smoothie, and none of them should give you too much trouble. In each case, you would basically make a smoothie like you would otherwise while substituting in a cannabis-infused ingredient like cannabis milk, cannabis sugar, cannabis honey, or cannabis-infused coconut oil.

Here’s a quick look at what these base ingredients entail.

Cannabis-infused milk

Cannabis-infused milk is a very easy to use base that can be used for making weed ice cream, weed mac and cheese, or just to add a little extra fun to your coffee. Making it is a cinch, you simply decarboxylate some cannabis and then simmer it in a saucepan for around 30-45 minutes, making sure it doesn’t scorch. How to make cannabis infused milk.

Cannabis-infused honey

Cannabis-infused honey is perfect for making all types of edibles like weed honey cake, or just as a really easy way to kick your morning muesli or tea up a few notches. You make it by using a crockpot and infusing decarboxylated cannabis directly into the honey. How to make cannabis infused honey.

Cannabis-infused maple syrup

It doesn’t get more Vermont than a nice, strong infused syrup sourced from your local sugarmaker. Add it to pancakes, sweeten your coffee or drop a little in a smoothie to give your morning an extra dose of sweetness. How to make cannabis infused maple syrup.

Cannabis-infused sugar

Cannabis sugar can be a great way to make stoney sugar cookies or just to make a cup of coffee or tea a whole lot more interesting. Making it requires decarboxylating some cannabis and soaking it in grain alcohol before starting and then baking. How to make cannabis infused sugar.

Take a look around at cannabis smoothie recipes online and find one that you like, or just try out our basic recipe above. Feel free to add/swap ingredients on hand in your fridge – a great way to make use of leftovers!

IMPORTANT NOTE: Homemade edibles are very difficult to accurately dose. All DIY cannabis cooks should be aware that there’s no way to guarantee the potency or homogeneity of their batch. Start low and go slow.

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