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Banana-canna muffins question

Discussion in 'Weed Edibles' started by zRegular, Jun 6, 2012.

  1. I have 1/2 cup good quality butter made with 1/4oz of good quality bud, no trim.

    I suck at cooking but I have some banana walnut box muffins which call for 1/4 oil and cool at 400f for 15 min.

    Now 400 will ruin the thc right? Can I cook the muffins longer at 350? Also, can I just use the whole stick of butter in the batch? I've done this with brownies non problem.
     
  2. See if there is also another recipe on the box for a cake instead. I had a similar situation and the cooking temperature changed to 350F. I used a dark coated pan so I lowered it down to about 325F and it was fine.
     
  3. I saw that and would but no bread pan :/
     
  4. if it calls for oil, how does your butter fit into that equation? lol

    and yes youre correct, youre cannabinoids may be damaged if cooked at such a high temp. i never go above 325 when baking, as i have read from many that this is the ideal baking time for edibles and such.
     

  5. lmfao. :smoke:
     

  6. in my experience you can use butter without any problem, your recipe just needs a fat-source and butter will provide that. Not a cooking expert, so i could be wrong ;)

    anyway, like jkcole says, don't go above 325, just bake it for longer and make sure you chek it regularly to see if they are done. Or get another box-recipe that calls for the amount of butter you have and uses lower temps.
     
  7. Oil and butter interchange with a 1:1 ratio.

    As far as your muffins go, throw 'em in at 350 and add a few minutes. Use the toothpick trick to see when they're done.
     
  8. [quote name='"deltaNEIN"']Oil and butter interchange with a 1:1 ratio.

    As far as your muffins go, throw 'em in at 350 and add a few minutes. Use the toothpick trick to see when they're done.[/quote]

    In my experiences, if you dont use oil then your bread isnt going to rise and form as well, and it will have a dif taste and texture
     

  9. OP clearly stated he already has butter. Although your statement is valid, its completely unneccesary. There's a reason the recipe calls for oil over butter.
     
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