Cheeseburger pasta with bacon and cannabis
What’s not to love? It’s the mouthwatering cheeseburger flavor you crave and know so well combined with the comforting allure of pasta topped with intoxicating fully infused condiments for easy personalized dosing options. With enough volume to feed a whole crew, it’s also an awesome edible recipe that’s sure to impress at any pot party, and enough to have plenty of leftovers after a more intimate dinner for two.
How to infuse your barbeque sauce and mustard instantly
In order to bring this cheesy beefy pasta dish to life you’ll need a few specific ingredients on hand including infused barbeque sauce and mustard. Luckily these are practically effortless to make because all you need is the regular version of each one and a teaspoon full of cannabis-infused oil. Combine half of the oil with a small amount of one condiment and the rest with the other, and voila, you’ll be ready to make a pot of cheeseburger pasta in no time!
Cheeseburger Pasta with bacon recipe
This one-pot meal is easy, takes 30 minutes or less, and tastes like something you’ve poured your heart and soul into making even though it’ll actually save you some time in the kitchen. If you’re looking for something different that offers the best of both worlds in one bowl, then this is it.
Cooking: 25 minutes
- 1 pound regular ground beef
- 8 ounces penne pasta
- 6 bacon strips, diced
- 1 can condensed tomato soup (undiluted)
- 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese
- ½ cup water
- Cannabis-infused mustard and barbeque sauce
- Large pot
- Large saucepan with lid
- Pasta scoop
- Slotted spatula
- Paper towel
- Small plate
Cook the penne pasta according to the directions on the package, and while it boils brown one entire pound of regular or lean ground beef in a large saucepan.
Drain the grease from the hamburger, transfer it into a bowl, and set it aside for now. Don’t forget to strain the water from the noodles as soon as they’re done too to avoid overcooking.
Crisp the bacon in the same pan you used to brown the hamburger. This will add extra flavor and cut down on the number of dirty dishes left behind.
Use a slotted spatula to transfer the bacon to a paper towel-covered plate.
Drain and discard the bacon grease before adding the cooked pasta to the saucepan.
Slowly stir in the bacon, water, hamburger, and soup.
Bring the pasta back up to a nice hot temperature.
Remove the meaty pasta mixture from the burner and then sprinkle the entire surface with a generous layer of shredded cheese.
Cover the pasta and leave it to stand for 3-4 minutes or until the cheese is melted.
Serve this cheeseburger pasta with cannabis-infused barbecue sauce and mustard for a potent effect.
If you’re left with a few servings of cheeseburger pasta don’t sweat it, because this stuff holds up well in the fridge for 2-3 days, giving you plenty of time to enjoy every last bite. Alternatively, this recipe can be made in advance and frozen for several months to make instant infused ready-made meals that are perfect for those days when you just don’t have the time or energy to cook.