Tips to Add Cannabis to Your Super Bowl Party Roster
Super Bowl Sunday has become a popular day for cannabis consumers, leading to increased sales in adult-use dispensaries across the country. Whether you’re hosting an event, watching with a few friends, or enjoying the game by yourself, here are a few tips to help get into the game day zone with cannabis.
Strains to Help Kick Off Game Day
Beast Mode OG
Beast Mode OG was named after a well-known Running Back whose nickname is Beast Mode. This strain is bred from the famous OG Kush, and contains a high level of THC. It’s said the psychoactive properties are fast and intense, just like Beast Mode himself.
Also known as Game Changer OG, this indica-leaning strain is bred by crossing Purple Dragon with Green Thai. Its fruity aroma matches the purple and green trichomes found on the bud. Game Changer has a high level of THC, so this strain isn’t recommended for new cannabis consumers.
Los Angeles is home to this year’s Super Bowl, so cannabis-loving football fans may want to add a hint of LA to their gatherings. This strain was created by crossing LA Confidential with OG Kush to create an earthy, sweet-smelling hybrid with a taste that has been compared to wild berries.
Looking for more strains that complement this chilly time of year? Check out our top cannabis choices for winter.
Touchdown-Worthy Cannabis Snacks
Game day snacks are a must-have for any football-watching party. Fortunately, many of these popular delicacies are quite easy to infuse with cannabis.
- Marijuana Brownies: Classic marijuana brownies are a great way to begin your cannabis cooking journey. You can use a boxed mix or make your brownies from scratch. Either way, we have you covered with our homemade cannabis brownies recipe.
- Infused Condiments: Burgers and hotdogs are always a favorite, but did you know that you can jazz up these staples with cannabis condiments? Start by creating your own cannaoil, and then follow our recipe for making your own cannabis ketchup or cannabis barbecue sauce.
- Nacho Cheese Dip: Cheese dip is another versatile dish that can be enjoyed before, during, and after the game. It’s also quite easy to make! Once you have your cannabutter ready, follow the below recipe for an infused dip that is sure to please your (adult!) guests.
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Verilife’s Nacho Canna-Cheese Dip
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Cook Time: 5 minutes
- Medium saucepan
- 2 tbsp cannabutter
- 2 tbsp flour
- 6 oz medium cheddar cheese, shredded
- 1 ½ cup milk
- ½ tsp salt
- ¼ tsp chili powder
Step 1: Add cannabutter and flour to a saucepan over medium heat, whisking frequently until the mixture is foaming.
Step 2: Add the milk to the mixture and stir until it thickens.
Step 3: Add the cheddar cheese slowly until it is melted into the mixture.
Step 4: Once the cheese has melted and fully mixed, add the salt and chili powder.
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