Do you want to upgrade your baking skills?  Elevate your cookie plate to another level using butter, tasty classic shortbread cookies, and crisp. Forget about the ones you buy at the supermarket.

Remember one is not enough. Why not make it right in the kitchen and have as much as you want for your breakfast or even as an all-time snack? Ensure that as you share these homemade classic cookies you also give some handwritten recipes to your friends for them to try out. Homemade cooking is not only delicious but also very nutritious. The reason is we have the cookies made with the great CBD. Want to know more? Continue reading.

Classic Shortbread Cookies

Preparation time: 10 minutes

Cook time: 15mins

Total time: 25 minutes

To avoid having dry cookies, ensure that you portion the flour you are using by spooning it inside the measuring cup and then leveling it using a knife or using a scale.

Purposes of Each Ingredient


It is recommended to use butter that is unsalted so that you can get control the level of salt in the whole recipe. Make sure that the butter is at room temperature. Ensure that it’s not extremely soft verging on the melted or rather it won’t cream appropriately. You will be left with dense cookies that are greasy.


Use granulated or caster sugar. The recipe states granulated since it’s the main ingredient. Caster sugar particles are a bit finer giving them room to dissolve faster into the butter.


Use plain all-purpose flour that creates the perfect structure for the cookies to keep the shape. Avoid baking using flour that is self-rising flour for this recipe there is no need to add aeration that it adds.

Importance of CBD

Pain Reliever

Scientists discovered that certain components of cannabis are responsible for relieving pain. With the help of the endocannabinoid system that is responsible for regulating functions such as sleep, pain sensation appetite, and immune system. According to  Johnson et al. (2013), CBD has effects on the endocannabinoid receptor activity, interacting with neurotransmitters and reducing inflammation. Research has attributed that CBD helps in subsiding back pains and back pains.

Reduce Symptoms that are related to Mental Health Disorders

CBD is known to cure anxiety and stress. CBD has calming effects that help the brain neurotransmitters to give someone a relaxing effect. According to Moltke et al. (2021), many people have treated insomnia and anxiety in children and dealt with depression.

CBD has Neuroprotective Issues

According to Schonhofen et al. (2021), CBD working hand in hand with the endocannabinoid system together with the brain signaling system offers benefits to people suffering from neurological disorders. CBD is used in treating epilepsy and MS. Research has said CBD oil has a great impact on reducing seizures, especially in children. Such claims were backed up by Bath et al. (2014)

A Healthy Heart

According to Garza-Cervantes et al. (2020), CBD is known to have the ability to lower high blood pressure that is linked to people who have conditions such as stroke, metabolic syndrome, and heart attack. A certain study was carried out on several healthy men who were treated using 600mg of CBD oil. The treatment was deemed to reduce resting blood pressure as compared to a placebo a drug prescribed to people with such conditions.


  • 2 cups of all-purpose baking flour
  • 1 cup of 115 g powdered sugar
  • ¾ teaspoon kosher salt
  • 1 cup of unsalted butter that is at room temperature
  • 1 cup of CBD isolate


  • Preheat the oven and prepare the  baking sheet (preheat the oven to 325F and a line 3 baking sheets)
  • Add all the ingredients
  • Place the flour, powdered sugar, salt, and butter inside the bowl of a food processor. Process it for around 30 -60 seconds.
  • Stop the moment the mixture forms one mass on the bowl. In case it’s not doing that, continue going in 10-second increments pending it does.
  • Add the cup of   CBD oil and continue kneading or mixing.
  • When the dough is ready, it clumps together when it is pressed.

Bring the Dough Together

Dump the dough onto the counter and press it gently together. Knead the dough lightly a few times and form it into a square shape. In case it’s still crumbly, continue kneading it using your hands till it makes a cohesive dough, or get it back in the processor for a few more pulses.

Chill the Dough

In case the dough is quite soft, ensure that it chills inside the refrigerator for 10-20 mins till it cools but is still flexible.

Roll and Cut the Dough

Roll the dough out on a well-floured surface to ¼ -1/2-inch thickness liable on how thick you prefer your cookies. Either use a knife to get out rectangles or use a cutter to make shapes.

Transfer and Chill the Cookies

Transmit the cookies to one of the parchment papers lined with baking sheets. Chill the cookies on the cookies on the sheet pan inside the freezer for a few minutes or till the cookies are solid when touched. Transfer the cookies that are already frozen in batches onto the other baking sheets, leaving a space of about ½ an inch between every cookie

Bake the Cookies

Bake the cookies, one at a time for about 20 minutes. Or till the cookies get dry when touched and the bottoms just start to turn golden.

Cool and Store

Get the cookies out of the oven and allow them to cool on a rack before transferring them to a container for storage purposes. The cookies baked and cooled can be stored inside an airtight container for a few days.


Classic shortbread cookies are such an amazing dessert that you can fix them in your daily routine. Not only does this article illustrate how to make this simple all-butter shortbread dough but it also highlights ways of obtaining a therapeutic recipe for health benefits. The beauty of it all is that we have CBD as an additive. Am sure it’s thrilling to have it in your meals. In case you want to adapt CBD as part of a daily routine, begin with edibles since you don’t get to taste the earthy taste of CBD. Grab your homemade cookie recipe and share it with your lovely neighbors for them to enjoy this tasty snack.


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Garza-Cervantes, J. A., Ramos-González, M., Lozano, O., Jerjes-Sánchez, C., & García-Rivas, G. (2020). Therapeutic Applications Of Cannabinoids In Cardiomyopathy And Heart Failure. Oxidative Medicine And Cellular Longevity, 2020.

Johnson, J. R., Lossignol, D., Burnell-Nugent, M., & Fallon, M. T. (2013). An Open-Label Extension Study To Investigate The Long-Term Safety And Tolerability Of THC/CBD Oromucosal Spray And Oromucosal THC Spray In Patients With Terminal Cancer-Related Pain Refractory To Strong Opioid Analgesics. Journal Of Pain And Symptom Management, 46(2), 207-218.

Moltke, J., & Hindocha, C. (2021). Reasons For Cannabidiol Use: A Cross-Sectional Study Of CBD Users, Focusing On Self-Perceived Stress, Anxiety, And Sleep Problems. Journal Of Cannabis Research, 3(1), 1-12.

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