Canna-Infused Orange Cream Pops
Back to the ice pops
Summer is glorious, but its heat is sometimes ~a lot~. Another thing about summer is it makes us super nostalgic. So when it came to thinking up a creative way to cool down, we knew just what to make.
You don’t need a fancy mould. Paper cups and straws will do nicely. And if orange and cream isn’t for you, try subbing for flavours you prefer, like mango juice and lime sorbet. The same measurements apply.
What you will need
Vanilla ice cream
SYNR.G 1:1 Low Dose
Stir SYNR.G Low Dose 1:1 Cannabis Oil intoorange juice. Set aside.
Evenly disperse scoops of ice cream into moulds or cups, being careful to not pack it down too tightly so the juice can fill the spaces and gaps. Pour orange juice and cannabis oil mixture over the ice cream.
Add sticks or paper straws to each mould or cup and freeze for four hours, or until completely frozen. Keep out of reach of children.
Finish the recipe with a dash of SYNR.G 1:1 Cannabis Oil
If you're looking to get started, check out our SYRNG 1:1 Cannabis Oil. Our 1:1 oil is a broad spectrum oil with 12mg/ml THC and CBD. Odourless and flavourless, it’s easy to consume alone, or with a meal. SYNR.G oils are made from ethically sourced MCT oil and are vegan.
- This recipe contains cannabis
- Do not consume cannabis or cannabis-infused foods if pregnant or breastfeeding
- Please consult your Health Care Professional prior to consuming cannabis
- The onset and effects of cannabis differ from person to person
- Recreational cannabis should be used responsibly, start low and go slow
- Cannabis can affect your state of mind
- Store cannabis and cannabis-infused products safely out of reach of children
- Do not drive or operate heavy equipment after using cannabis
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