Cannabis Advent CalendarNowadays, there are all sorts of advent calendars for different products. There are advent calendars for chocolates, cheese, wine, bath products, and more. The purpose of Advent calendars is to unlock a product each day leading to Christmas. It makes your average countdown experience much more exciting since you get to experience something new each day! The Cannabis Advent Calendar by MonthLeaf and DaiLeaf is a must-have for the holidays. The calendar features 20 days of cannabis products like edibles, flowers, and prerolls. You also get four cannabis accessories! All of these premium products are packed in a reusable cardboard box. This will surely put you in a holiday mood as you open and experience a new cannabis product each day, much like opening a gift! This is also an excellent Christmas present for friends and loved ones.
Watch Weed-Themed Christmas FilmsThere are countless stoner films that you can enjoy for Christmas. These are best enjoyed with some edibles or joints in hand. So gather on the couch, prepare your favorite holiday snacks, and watch our top recommendations. This list features classics, comedy, romance, and a whole lot of cannabis-infused adventures.
- National Lampoon’s Christmas Vacation
- A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas
- The Night Before
- Bad Santa
- Friday After Next
- Die Hard
- Office Christmas Party
- Home Alone
- Planes, Trains & Automobiles
- Scary Movie 2
- Fast Times at Ridgemount High
Create Weed-Themed OrnamentsSpruce up your Christmas tree with some weed-themed ornaments. There are ready-made options available on sites like Amazon and Etsy. You can also create these ornaments yourself! One of the easiest ways to DIY is to take a printout of anything that symbolizes weed. This can be the classic pronged leaf. Attach it to a Christmas ball and hang it up. There are also blank Christmas balls that you can decorate with some glitter, glue, and markers. You may also take weed accessories like small bongs or empty lighters. Loop a ribbon on one end so that you can hang them up on the tree. Just make sure to use items that are not fragile or breakable. Additionally, keep your DIY ornaments in the weed and Christmas color scheme. Use a lot of red, green, and gold.
Make Cannabis-Infused Christmas EggnogEggnog is a classic Christmas beverage. The rich and creamy texture provides a comforting feeling like no other. Infusing it with cannabis is a worthy endeavor that will give you the best feel-good drink this season. Take your favorite eggnog recipe and mix kief, CBD oil, or cannabutter as you make it. Just make sure to stick to the proper dosage and always stir the eggnog first before serving.
Make Stoner Christmas CardsStoner Christmas cards truly seal the deal for a cannabis Christmas. This card will be placed on mantels and will be preserved for eternity. It officially makes you the family member who got baked during the holidays. There are numerous Christmas card designs online that you may purchase or print for free. Some of the typical taglines include:
- ‘Tis the season to be baked
- [referring to Santa Claus:] He sees you when you’re smoking; he knows when you are baked
- The tree isn’t the only thing getting lit this year
- Happy Holidaze!
- Have yourself a merry-juana
- To my best bud, Merry Christmas!
Bake Weed Christmas CookiesCannabis-infused Christmas cookies will go so well with eggnog. You can bake all sorts of cookies for Christmas but sugar cookies seem to be the most popular. This recipe makes cannabis cutout sugar cookies topped with delicious cannabis-infused icing. You may also make this in Christmas shapes such as a Christmas tree, a sock, and a candy cane. Ingredients (for 45 cookies)
For the cookie dough
- 4 cups all-purpose flour
- 2 teaspoons vanilla extract
- 2 ½ teaspoons baking powder
- 2 large eggs
- 1 teaspoon salt
- 1 cup cannabutter at room temperature (dilute with normal butter if necessary for the correct dosing)
- 1 cup white sugar
For the cannabis-infused icing
- 3 cups sifted sugar
- Food coloring or gel of choice
- A pinch of salt
- 5 tablespoons of milk
- 2 teaspoons light corn syrup
- Sift 3 cups of flour into a bowl. Add the baking powder and salt and then mix well.
- Take a hand mixer on high speed and mix cream, sugar, and butter in a separate bowl until the mixture becomes fluffy and light. This should take about 3 to 5 minutes.
- Mix the eggs and vanilla in the same bowl using the hand mixer at low speed. Then, gradually add the dry ingredients while the hand mixer is still at low speed.
- Watch the dough form and check if it is sticky. If it is, add another cup of flour. The dough should not be sticky.
- Divide the dough into two parts. Cover each part with some plastic food wrap and store them in the refrigerator for two hours. It is better to leave the dough longer than two hours or overnight.
- Line two to four baking trays with parchment paper.
- Roll the dough into a quarter-inch-thick slab. Use cookie cutters to cut out cookies. Pick up the scraps and then roll them into another quarter-inch slab.
- Bake the cookies for 7 to 9 minutes at 375 degrees Fahrenheit. They are done when the cookies turn golden brown.
- Make the icing by mixing 1 ½ cups powdered sugar and 1 ½ to 2 tablespoons of water or milk. Add vanilla extract, corn syrup, and a pinch of salt. Divide the icing into batches and color them with dyes. Lastly, put them in piping bags and decorate accordingly!