3 Cannabis-Infused Apple Recipes for the Fall

Month: September 2023

As the leaves turn vibrant shades of red and gold, and the air takes on a distinct crispness, we’re diving into the fusion of two beloved elements of autumn: the versatile apple and the intriguing cannabis plant. In this comprehensive guide, we’ll take you through the processes step-by-step, so you can create homemade treats that are both delicious and potent. If you need recommendations on where to get your local freshly-picked apples for these recipes, check out our blog Top 5 Apple Picking Locations near Attleboro

For most of these recipes you’ll first need to prepare Cannabutter to substitute in place of regular butter. Always remember: fire in, fire out; meaning the better the quality of cannabis you use for your butter, the higher the potency will be.

Infused Cinnamon Apple Muffins

*The cannabutter we used for this recipe was made with the Sativa strain Dirty Taxi from Glorious Cannabis Co. at 31.62% THC.

Prep Time: 35 minutes | Cook Time: 25-30 minutes

Total Time: 65 minutes | Servings: 24

Muffin Ingredients

2 cups all-purpose flour
1 ½ teaspoons baking powder
½ teaspoon kosher salt
2 teaspoons ground cinnamon
2 cups diced apples
½ cup cannabutter
1 cup granulated sugar
2 large eggs
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
½ cup milk

Topping Ingredients

½ cup cannabutter
¼ cup granulated sugar
¼ cup ground cinnamon


  1. Preheat oven to 375° F. Insert muffin liners for easy removal.
  2. Sift together 2 cups flour, 1 ½ teaspoons baking powder, ½ teaspoon kosher salt, and 2 teaspoons cinnamon in a medium bowl. Set aside.
  3. Mix 2 teaspoons flour with ½ teaspoon cinnamon. Toss diced apples with the flour/cinnamon mixture to coat apples in a separate bowl. Set aside.
  4. Cream together butter and sugar until lightened in color. Add an egg, one at a time, making sure it’s fully incorporated in the mix before adding the other. Mix in 2 teaspoons vanilla extract.
  5. Gently alternate adding in the flour mixture that was set aside, and the ½ cup of milk (this makes the batter easier to mix). Stir until combined.
  6. Fold in diced apple and scoop mixture into prepared muffin tins, fulling about ⅔ to ¾ full. Bake about 30 minutes, or until a toothpick test in the middle comes out clean.
  7. While the muffins are baking, prepare the topping by melting ½ cup of butter and allowing it to cool slightly. Pour butter into a separate bowl easy for dipping the top of the muffins. In a separate bowl, mix ¼ cup of granulated sugar with ¼ cup of ground cinnamon and set aside.
  8. Once muffins are done, remove from the oven and allow them to cool in the muffin tin. Then as you’re removing each muffin, brush the butter on top with a pastry brush (or dip in the melted butter), and top the muffin with the cinnamon sugar mixture. Place onto a plate to finish cooling.

Infused Apple Crisp

*The cannabutter we used for this recipe was made with the Hybrid strain Savage Hulk from FIND at 26.52% THC.

Prep Time: 15 minutes | Cook Time: 45 minutes

Total Time: 60 minutes | Servings: a 9×13 pan


10 cups apples peeled, cored, sliced thin
1 cup white sugar
1 cup quick oats
1 cup all-purpose flour
1 cup brown sugar
½ cup Cannabis Butter melted just slightly
½ cup water
1 tbsp all-purpose flour
1 tsp ground cinnamon
½ tsp baking soda


  1. Preheat oven to 350° F
  2. Add peeled, cored, and sliced apples to cover the bottom of the pan.
  3. In a bowl, mix together the 1 cup of white sugar, 1 tablespoon of flour, and ground cinnamon. Sprinkle over the top of the apples.
  4. Pour ½ cup of water evenly over all of the apples.
  5. In a bowl, combine together the ` cup of quick cooking oats, 1 cup of all purpose flour, 1 cup packed brown sugar, ½ teaspoon of baking soda, and the ½ cup of melted cannabis butter.
  6. Crumble evenly over the apple mixture.
  7. Put in the oven and bake for about 30-45 minutes.
  8. Let the crisp cool for about 5 minutes and enjoy!

Infused Apple Butter

Prep Time: 20 minutes | Cook Time: 40 minutes

Total Time: 60 minutes | Servings: 20


3 lb. Granny Smith apples
¾ cup apple cider vinegar
½ teaspoon salt
1 cup water
1 cup packed light brown sugar
1 tablespoon apple pie spice or pumpkin pie spice
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Cannabis tincture


    1. Core and peel apples into wedges and place in a medium saucepot.
    2. Add ¾ cup of apple cider vinegar, ½ teaspoon of salt, and 1 cup of water to the saucepot.
    3. Set pot over medium heat. Cover, leaving a little space open for the pot to vent, and simmer for 20 to 30 minutes, stirring occasionally. Turn off the heat when the apples are extremely tender and most of the liquid has evaporated.
    4. Place the apple mash and liquid in a blender or food processor, pulverizing the apples into a fine sauce.
    5. Place apple sauce back into the original pot. Set back over medium heat and add 1 cup of packed light brown sugar, 1 teaspoon of apple pie spice or pumpkin pie spice, 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract, and your choice of cannabis tincture.
      1. For this batch, we used pumpkin pie spice with 3 mL of Gentle Drops from TreeWorks.
    6. Simmer, stirring every few minutes until the sauce thickens and turns dark brown, about 10-15 minutes.
    7. Cool, then store in the refrigerator.

    Apple Butter can be used in place of apple sauce, as a toast spread, or on a sandwich!

Please consume responsibly. 21+.

Top 5 Apple Picking Locations near Attleboro with Cannabis strain recommendations

Month: September 2023

As the leaves begin to turn, and the air becomes crisp, there’s no better way to welcome fall than by indulging in the quintessential New England experience of apple picking. Imagine strolling through picturesque orchards, handpicking the juiciest apples, and enjoying the vibrant colors of the season. And if you’re in the Attleboro area, we’ve hand-picked a cannabis strain that complements your apple-picking adventure at each location to make it even more enjoyable.

Wojcik’s Farm, Blackstone

A 4th generation, family-run business that invites visitors to reconnect with nature and savor fresh farm products. With a variety of apples available for picking, Wojcik’s Farm also offers pick-your-own strawberries, blueberries, pumpkins, and more depending on the season. Their budget-friendly activities include a corn maze, tractor rides, seasonal events, and a petting zoo for all to enjoy. 

When visiting this idyllic farm, make sure to bring along some Durban Poison to appreciate the farm’s natural beauty and activities with some energy. After Labor Day, you can find them open on Fridays from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., while on Saturday and Sunday the farm is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. with hours varying depending on the holidays. We advise all readers to check Wojcik Farm’s website here for more information on hours of operation. The farm is located at 65 Milk Street in Blackstone.

Lookout Farm, Natick

With a barnyard play area that hosts an animal corral, playground, lawn games, and other entertainment for visitors, Lookout Farm is one of the oldest farms in the country. This historic farm, dating back to 1651, offers an enchanting escape from the everyday hustle and bustle, making it a perfect spot for a day trip to their outdoor restaurant The Lookout. Celebrate nature and farm life with a tour of the orchard, a scenic ride on the farms’ railway, or a hard cider tasting for adults 21+.

Pair this visit with the euphoric and sociable Strawberry Cough to enhance your farm experience without overwhelming it. Lookout farm is open seasonally, with the pick-your-own orchards open on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. We advise all readers to check Lookout Farm’s website here for more information on hours of operation. The farm is located at 89 Pleasant Street in Natick.

Keith’s Farm, Acushnet

Nestled in the heart of Acushnet, bring your leashed furry friend on an adventure amongst the fields of apple trees marked ripe for the picking at Keith’s Farm. With apple and pumpkin picking season until the end of October, this family-owned gem offers an array of activities such as hayrides, seasonal pick-your-own fruits, a corn maze, farm animals, and more. 

When visiting Keith’s Farm, consider pairing it with a cannabis strain like Blueberry to enhance your farm experience with it’s calming effects, allowing you to experience the tranquility of the countryside. Consider getting the full experience when the apple orchard is open on the weekends, Saturdays and Sundays, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. We advise all readers to check the Keith’s Farm website here for more information on hours of operation. The farm is located at 1149 Main Street in Acushnet.

C.N. Smith Farm, East Bridgewater

Originally a potato farm in the 1920’s, C.N. Smith Farm have been owned and operated within the Smith family in East Bridgewater, MA for the last 80 years.With year-round delights from pumpkin picking and hayrides in the fall, to strawberry and blueberry picking in the summer, it’s the perfect place for families and nature enthusiasts to embrace the beauty of the outdoors. But before you enjoy the views, make sure to stop by their Farm Grill for a fresh meal and grab a glass of Smith Farms’ fresh hard cider.

Consider an option like Cookies & Cream for this experience with a balanced, pleasant high that maintains a sense of calmness. The farms’ pick-your-own hours are Tuesday through Sunday fro 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. We advise all readers to check C.N. Smith Farm’s website here for more information on hours of operation. The farm is located at 325 South Street in East Bridgewater.

Honey Pot Hill Orchards, Stow

Not only does Honey Pot Hill Orchards in Stow offer apple picking on their 70-acre, family-friendly farm, but there’s also blueberry picking and other fun activities throughout the seasons. The farm offers hayrides, three different hedge mazes, and a variety of animals including goats, rabbits, pigs, chickens, and mini ponies. While the store is open with fresh items like apples, pears, cider, and donuts. 

Take advantage of the nice weather we have left by taking a scenic ride down to Stow with some Blue Dream to enhance your mood and induce a little creativity. The farm is open daily with hours varying on the weekends. During the week Monday through Friday, the farm is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., while on Saturdays and Sundays they are open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. We advise all readers to check Honey Pot Hill Orchard’s website here for more information on hours of operation. The farm is located at 138 Sudbury Road in Stow.


High on Fall Vibes: Embracing Autumn in Massachusetts

Month: September 2023

As the leaves start to turn colors and a crisp breeze fills the air, there’s no better place to embrace the beauty of autumn than New England. With its picturesque landscapes, charming towns, and a kaleidoscope of foliage, the fall season in this region offers a sensory feast for all who visit. Whether you’re a local traveler or a seasoned New England veteran, here are ten cannabis-friendly activities to enhance your New England fall adventures.

Leaf Peeping 

New England’s fall foliage is renowned worldwide, and for good reason. The region’s lush forests turn into a symphony of gold, crimson, and amber hues. Take a leisurely drive to the Mohawk Trail with a Diamond PAX Pod to enjoy scenes like the Bridge of Flowers, and Salmon Falls in Shelburne Falls, or New England’s only natural bridge in North Adams.

Scenic Hikes and Nature Walks

Lace up your hiking boots and venture into the woods with your canine friend and a pack of Dogwalker pre-rolls. With the leaves turning colors and the weather getting cooler, it’s the perfect time of year to take the furry friends on a hike to enjoy the breathtaking views Massachusetts has to offer on trails like Wachusett Mountain, Mount Norwottuck, or Purgatory Chasm.

Apple Picking Adventures

Engage in a quintessential fall activity by visiting one of the numerous apple orchards in Massachusetts. Savor the flavors of freshly picked apples with Fernways’ new Honeycrisp flavored recyclable traveler vape amidst the orchard’s scenic beauty.

Visit a Pumpkin Patch

Whether you’re searching for the perfect canvas to carve a spooky face, or aiming to explore intricate corn mazes, get into the fall spirit by visiting local pumpkin patches. The seasonal Pumpkin Spice Traveler vapes, or Terpene Infused Joints will be a perfect addition to this fun, seasonal activity with friends.

Harvest-Themed Cannabis Cooking

Embrace the fall culinary scene by preparing cannabis-infused dishes featuring seasonal ingredients. Whether it’s pumpkin-spiced edibles using strains like Vanilla Cream Pie or Biscotti Bliss, or infused apple pie using strains like Jelly Pancakes or Apples & Bananas, experimenting with baking or cooking can be a delightful way to celebrate the season.

Picnic Potluck

Pack a picnic basket with your preferred cannabis goodies and head to a local park or nature reserve. Relax on plush blankets amidst the picturesque park with a Good Feels seltzer, surrounded by vibrant foliage.

Campfires and Stargazing

With less light pollution in rural areas, fall provides excellent stargazing opportunities, complemented by the calming effects of cannabis. As the nights grow cooler, gather around a campfire with friends, pass around an El Blunto, and share stories like from the comfort of home.

Inspired Arts and Crafts

After visiting the pumpkin patch, tap into your creative side whether it’s pumpkin carving, crafting fall decorating, or even trying your hand at painting. With inspiration from a half ounce of Road Tripper flower, cannabis will give you the extra boost of inspiration you need to create your next masterpiece!


Unwind and rejuvenate with cannabis-infused yoga sessions in serene natural settings. There are some wellness centers that offer cannabis-friendly yoga classes that can help you find balance and tranquility amid the changing seasons. And when you’re done with your stretching, soothe your muscles with some 1:1 lotion with THC and CBD to further sooth the muscles.

Cannabis and Chill

On those chilly fall evenings, there’s nothing better than cozying up indoors with a Good Feels Beverage Enhancer, some Cloud Creamery ice cream, and your favorite fall-themed movie or TV series. Create a warm and inviting atmosphere that perfectly complements the cannabis experience.


The fall season in New England offers an array of cannabis-friendly activities that blend the beauty of nature with the soothing effects of cannabis to celebrate the region’s natural beauty, cultural heritage, and seasonal traditions. From outdoor adventures to cozy indoor moments, there’s something for every cannabis enthusiast to enjoy while embracing the magic of autumn in this captivating region. So, grab your sweater, a warm cannabis-infused cider, and immerse yourself in the breathtaking sights and sounds of New England in all its autumnal glory. Remember to be mindful of local laws, consume responsibly, and make the most of your elevated autumn experience.

Labor Day and the Cannabis Industry

Month: September 2023

Labor Day and the Cannabis Industry

Labor Day is not only a time for barbecues and parades, but also an occasion to reflect on the achievements of the labor movement and the contributions of workers in various sectors. The Cannabis industry, specifically, has been gaining momentum and attention in recent years with its legalization across the United States. Today, we’re going to delve into the fascinating intersection of Labor Day and the workers in the cannabis industry of Massachusetts, exploring how both have been pivotal in transforming the industry, reshaping societal perceptions and legal frameworks, and employment opportunities.

Normalization and Destigmatization 

Once relegated to the shadows, cannabis has stepped into the limelight, driven by changing attitudes, medical research, and growing legalization efforts. From medicinal use to recreational enjoyment, cannabis has found a diverse range of applications, resulting in the establishment of a thriving and multifaceted industry. 

By openly engaging in discussions about the plant’s benefits and advocating for its medicinal properties, these workers have helped challenge long-held stereotypes and misconceptions surrounding cannabis while promoting education about its biology and effects.

Advocacy for Legalization

Labor unions and advocacy groups within the cannabis industry have championed the legalization efforts. Through lobbying efforts, public awareness campaigns, and on-the-ground activism, these workers have contributed to the progressive shift in public opinion and the eventual legalization of cannabis in many jurisdictions, including Massachusetts.

Job Creation

One of the most significant contributions of the cannabis industry is its role in generating employment opportunities. With the growing industry, many employment opportunities across various sectors have opened up, including cultivation, processing, distribution, retail, marketing, and research.
As legalization spreads across various states and countries, even more job sectors are emerging in areas where businesses are identifying areas of improvement in day-to-day business functions in both the cultivation and retail facilities. The industry’s growth has created an array of positions, from entry-level to highly specialized roles, contributing to economic growth and stability.

Labor Advocacy in the Cannabis Industry

While the cannabis industry has witnessed remarkable growth, it’s important to note that challenges persist. Many workers in the cannabis sector face unique hurdles, such as navigating complex regulatory environments, dealing with stigma, and ensuring fair and safe labor practices. This Labor Day, it’s crucial to extend our appreciation to these workers and advocate for their rights, echoing the spirit of the labor movement that birthed this holiday.
Here are some of the larger milestones the Massachusetts cannabis industry has seen, according to the Marijuana Policy Project (2023):
• 2008: Voters approved the decriminalization of small amounts of cannabis
• 2012: Medical cannabis was legalized
• 2016: Recreational cannabis was legalized
• 2018: The first two adult-use retail stores opened for business
• 2020: Several Cultivators vote to unionize, according to MJBizDaily (2021)
• 2021: Several dispensary Retail storefronts vote to unionize, according to MJBizDaily (2021)

Promotion of Social Equity

Labor Day, a federal holiday established in 1894 as a testament to the tireless efforts of workers who fought for better working conditions, fair wages, and the recognition of their rights. For a young industry such as the Cannabis industry, this can take on many different forms of workers’ protection depending on what state you are operating in.
Many workers have advocated for policies that ensure the inclusion of communities disproportionately affected by the War on Drugs in the burgeoning legal cannabis market. These efforts have led to the implementation of social equity programs aimed at providing opportunities for individuals who were historically marginalized.

Innovation and Research

The cannabis industry is not just about the cultivation and distribution of the plant itself. It has paved the way for innovation in various fields, including medicine, technology, and sustainability. Laborers have embraced research and innovation, leading to the development of new strains with specific medicinal properties, innovative consumption methods, and cutting-edge extraction techniques.
These advancements have expanded the industry’s potential applications and paved the way for groundbreaking discoveries and the development of new strains and sustainable cultivation and extraction practices. The industry’s ripple effects extend far beyond the plant itself.
As the nation comes together to celebrate Labor Day, it’s fitting to recognize the laborers who have shaped industries of all kinds, including the cannabis industry. The cannabis sector’s journey from the shadows to the forefront of innovation and commerce mirrors the spirit of Labor Day – a testament to the resilience of workers, entrepreneurs, and advocates who have worked tirelessly to change perceptions, policies, and possibilities. As we fire up our grills and enjoy the festivities with our favorite infused beverages, let’s also acknowledge the individuals who are contributing to the cannabis industry’s growth and paving the way for a more inclusive and dynamic workforce.

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