Weekly Stoner Schedule–Stoned Sunday
Mar25

Weekly Stoner Schedule–Stoned Sunday

With the new legalization of marijuana in Colorado and Washington (and many more to come in the next few year) there is a lot to celebrate! Cannabis is more than a medicinal or recreational activity, it’s a lifestyle! This Weekly Stoner Schedule series you will learn a few more tips & tricks, plus get some FREE resources on how to be “highly” productive every single day of the week. It’s true! A sativa-dominant cannabis can actually increases your productivity. Read more about the effects of marijuana on productivity on Medical Jane. Stoned Sunday Power Cooking Session Sunday Sunday is the perfect make-ahead meal day. Prep a few meals for the week while high. It’s the BEST way to cook! Here is what a typical Sunday looks like for me… Sleep in, make some coffee or tea, go for a walk and get some morning sunshine. Then start your morning off right with a wonderful breakfast edible such as Cannabis Quiche. And while everyone else is at church, I connect with a “higher” power by getting high and cooking. Breakfasts Homemade Medicated Oatmeal To-Go (made with coconut oil) Peanut Butter Cookie Overnight Oatmeal Overnight Brownie Oatmeal Cheesy Mini Egg Muffins Cannabis & Broccoli Quiche Lunches Lunches in a Jar                       Dinner Black Bean Burgers                        Calzones Pizza Dough-I like this simple recipe and it always turns out well, even at altitude. Filling Chicken w/broccoli, spinach, onion, garlic, mozzarella, Alfredo sauce (optional) Italian sausage w/pepperoni, tomato sauce, cheese Margherita calzone: sliced fresh tomatoes, fresh basil leaves, sliced mozzarella cheese Garlic Ranch Chicken Bacon w/red onion, green pepper, and mozzarella Ham & pineapple Instructions: Make the pizza dough and let it rise according to the recipe Spread dough into a circle & fill in half the pizza Fill each circle withthe filling and secure the edges by folding in and pressing with a fork. Brush the top of each calzone with egg and place on a cookie sheet. Freeze the calzones on the cookie sheet, after 30 minutes slide into gallon Ziploc bags. Stuffed Pepper Recipe-I like this recipe from Robert Irvine, If you are looking for super simple, go with Stuffed Pepper Recipe from Betty Crocker. Make the Stuffed Peppers according to the recipe, wrap in tin foil, & freeze. Strawberry, Bacon Salad with a greek yogurt poppyseed dressing Snacks Quinoa Marijuana Fruit Salad                     Chocolate Chocolate-Chip Zucchini Bread Complete Stoner Schedule Shopping List   For More Make-Ahead Meal Ideas you can go to: Cooking...

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