Add a drop of CBD to your favourite festive puddings to help you unwind this Christmas.
That joyful period of eating, drinking and barely moving off the sofa is almost upon us – and let’s face it we’re all ready to put our feet up and check out of 2020.
Increasing numbers of people are using CBD to de-stress after what has been a particularly tough year for everyone. And while the festive season is generally pretty jolly, it can be a stressful time.
If you’re struggling to switch-off or feel uneasy about Christmas being a little different this year, incorporating a few drops of CBD into your festive desserts could help you unwind – or at least de-stress after cooking dinner.
Here’s some food for thought.
CBD Mint Brownies
Everyone loves brownies, and when it comes to Christmas, everyone seems to go crazy for min – After Eight anyone? You can pair your custard or some vanilla ice cream with these rich, chocolatey CBD-infused brownies.
CBD Christmas Pudding
No Christmas is complete without bringing out one of Britain’s most treasured and beloved desserts for the big day – the Christmas pudding. The warm brandy and CBD fuse together to create a soothing and calming effect, perfect for easing you into the post-Christmas dinner food coma.
CBD Eggnog Cupcakes
Every year Starbucks put their extra special eggnog drink on the menu. We all eagerly await the day we can indulge in the creamy and Christmas taste of an eggnog latte. Imagine that in cupcake form and infused with CBD.
CBD Vegan Tahini Chocolate Chip Cookies
Whether you leave out a cookie for Santa or you eat them all before he can get down the chimney, treat both yourself and the big guy to some delicious vegan tahini cookies with creamy chocolate and CBD?
CBD Gingerbread Cupcakes
The spicy aromas and soothing CBD are the perfect duo, making these delicious gingerbread cupcakes perfect for a Christmas Eve treat.
CBD Black Forest Cherry Cake
Who thought cherry and chocolate would go so well together? Fancy black forest puddings have become a crowd favourite for many around Christmas time. This CBD-infused black forest cherry cake is perfect for adding a luxurious touch to your Christmas table.
CBD Eggnog Cream Pie
Yep, back at it again with the eggnog, but this time in a creamy and delicious pie with a flaky crust. This Christmas inspired dessert is perfect with a dash of double cream or vanilla ice cream.
CBD Chocolate Mousse
Very few people can turn down chocolate, so this delicious mousse – with a hint of mint and CBD – will be a hit. This is one of the easiest desserts that you can create and can easily be made vegan by finding a coconut and dark chocolate recipe.
CBD Mint Chocolate Chip Cupcakes
Love mint Matchmakers? You’ll love getting creative and tucking into some of these chocolate chip cupcakes with a burst of mint for a refreshing treat on Christmas day.
CBD Orange Truffles
Orange is another favourite Christmas flavour and these CBD orange truffles are beyond easy to create and are perfect for popping on the table while people wait for their show-stopping roast dinner.
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