We Can’t Get Enough of Marijuana Mommy’s Small Batch Cannabis Coffee Cake

“I like baking in small batches because it requires a smaller amount of cannabis infused butter (made using my MagicalButter machine) and can be adjusted to my preferred potency,” says Jessie Gill, RN. A cannabis nurse with a background in holistic health and hospice, Jessie is also known at the Marijuana Mommy. After suffering a spinal injury, she reluctantly became a medical marijuana patient then quickly transitioned into an advocate. Her site, MarijuanaMommy.com, educates about cannabis while challenging the stigma against marijuana use.

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“This is a buttery, cinnamony, wholesome way to eat your weed and uses whole grain flour...and it’s free from refined sugar,” she shares.

When you have a limited amount of infused cannabis butter on hand, small batch edible recipes offer variety instead of making one tray of the same edible.

We’ve learned alot from our favorite canna-mom! Now, it’s time to bake….

Marijuana Mommy’s Small Batch Cannabis Coffee Cake


Cake Batter Ingredients:

1 Tablespoon Melted MagicalButter (Or regular butter combined with MagicalButter)

1 Egg White                                                         

3 Tablespoons White Whole Wheat Flour

2 Tablespoons Turbinado Sugar

¼ Teaspoon Baking Powder

1/8 Teaspoon Salt

½ Teaspoon Cinnamon

1 Teaspoon Milk

Topping Ingredients:

2 Teaspoons Brown Sugar

1 Teaspoon White Whole Wheat Flour

½ Teaspoon Melted Butter

¼ Teaspoon Cinnamon


Combine all cake batter ingredients and mix well.

Transfer batter into a small greased cake pan or a muffin pan.

Combined topping ingredients in a separate bowl.  Mix well.

Crumble topping ingredients on top of batter.

Bake at 350 for 15-17 mins or until an inserted toothpick comes out clean.

To serve:

I love drizzling these cannabis coffee cakes with the simple sugar glaze from my Cannabis Carrot Cake.

Pro Tip:

This recipe is designed to adjust to the strength of your specific MagicalButter. The recipe calls for one tablespoon of butter total. You can use a combination of butter and MagicalButter (3 teaspoons = 1 tablespoon) Adjust the ratio as you prefer. For example: In my current batch of MagicalButter, one teaspoon is equivalent to 15 mgs. I used two teaspoons of regular butter, PLUS, one teaspoon of MagicalButter. If I wanted to bake a more-potent version of this recipe (or 3 mini muffins), I could use a full tablespoon of MagicalButter. I also make a lighter version of this recipe by substituting up to two teaspoons of applesauce in place of two of the teaspoons of MagicalButter.

If you’d like to give the MagicalButter machine a go, here’s a little inside deal for you! Save $30 when you use the code VIRIDE and start concocting your own infusions.

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