The Munchiest – Mango Habanero BBQ Sauce Infused with Cannabis Honey

The Munchiest – Mango Habanero BBQ Sauce infused with Cannabis Honey

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Mango Habanero BBQ Sauce infused with Cannabis Honey from treedibles



I don’t know how about you, but I’m a person who like to have a bit of spice in their life. One of my favorite spicy sauces is the Mango Habanero BBQ Sauce. The spicy fruity nature of this sauce can liven up many dishes including buffalo wings, pizza, hamburgers, etc.


Now imagine if you could infuse all of that goodness with cannabis. You get the spice, you get the flavor and you get the “stoned” all rolled into one amazingly potent sauce.


Does this sound like something you’d try?


Well, read until the very end to learn how to make your own Mango Habanero BBQ Sauce infused with Cannabis Honey!


First – let’s make the Cannabis Honey!


To make cannabis infused honey is actually very simple. All you will need is some local organic honey, 14-28 grams of cannabis, a little bit of water and some time.


Firstly, you’ll want to start by decarboxylating the cannabis. You can do this by preheating your oven to about 120º C (220-240º F). You can then place the cannabis, broken down and scattered, on an oven-ready tray.


Place the cannabis inside of the oven for about 10-15 mins. Remove and let it cool. I personally like to place a bit of aluminum foil loosely over the cannabis to ensure to trap in as much of the essential oils evaporating.


You could also utilize a jar and some hot water, but this technique is a bit more complex so we’ll just leave the traditional decarb method.


Once you have decarbed the weed, you’ll want to put in between 3-5 cups of honey into a pot on the oven, you can add a bit of distilled water to the mix. Not more than 3-4 Tablespoons.


Slowly get the honey heated up and then mix in the decarbed cannabis into the mix. Stir, cover, and let it slowly boil for the next 30-45 minutes. Be sure to stir every now and then.


Once you’re done, you’re going to want to run it through some sort of filter. This could be something like Cheesecloth or other types of filters you may have. Simply filter out all of the plant material and then place the contents into its own jar.


Now you’ll have a potent honey infusion ready for the next step.


Let’s make some Mango Habanero BBQ Sauce!


To make this happen you’ll want to get some;


  • 2 Cups of Fresh Mango cubed

  • 4 Habanero Peppers without the seeds

  • ½ cup of Cannabis infused honey

  • 1/3 cup of Sugar

  • 1 Cup of Water

  • 1 Tablespoon of turmeric

  • 1 Tablespoon of sea salt

  • Garlic 4 cloves

  • Small onion diced

  • 1 tablespoon of smoked paprika

  • Salt and pepper to taste


Now that you have all of the ingredients. You’ll want to get a large sauce pan and fire up the stove. Start off by frying the habanero and onions on a medium heat until everything is soft. Then you can start adding in the rest of the ingredients one by one.


Start with the habanero and onion, garlic – then add in the mangoes. Simmer for a bit, then add in the, honey and the rest of the spices. Lower the heat to as low as you can and stir for a good 10-15 minutes.


Once you see it boiling a bit, transfer all of the liquid to a blender, and blend it until it become a thick sauce. You can thin it out by adding a bit of water.


Transfer  all of this to its unique jar and whip it out whenever you need a bit of infused goodness to your food.


What does it mix well with?


Personally, I can’t get enough of this. You can add this on burgers, pork, fish, in salads, on your ribs…wherever you really want, this pairs pretty much effortlessly with anything.


Just be cautioned into not over eating. The Honey recipe is pretty hardcore and if you go on a binge and snarf down a pound of honey infused mango bbq ribs, you might find yourself tripping some serious balls.


The fortunate thing about the mango is that it;


  1. Increases myrcene – which is said to make you higher.

  2. The spice activates the nervous system – you immediately will feel the effects

  3. Adrenaline high – after you burn for a bit, you’ll get an adrenaline high, which mixes well with the cannabis high


Just remember to start off slow and then work your way up. This is a great way to add some flavor and spice to your food while also getting you high AF. Maybe the next BBQ cookout, you can bring your “special sauce” that will make everyone love you.


Try it, let me know how it goes!








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