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blackberry pancake cannabis seeds

Red buds, white hairs occurs on red and green stems (both phenos represented in pollination) with a loud tangerine fuel smell. This one is also very photogenic, and great bag appeal. This tangerine fuel terp is louder then the red hair pheno. This pheno yields slightly less the red pheno.

There are 3 phenos of the #blackberrymoonshine:

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Basic / Breeders Info

Red buds, red hairs which usually occurs on a red stem. Blackberry muffin or blackberry pancake smell and taste, with extreme mold resistance. Potent indy smoke with top shelf bag appeal, taste, and a growers dream.

Blackberry Moonshine is a mostly indica variety from Dragons Flame and can be cultivated indoors (where the plants will need a flowering time of ±63 days ) and outdoors . Dragons Flames Blackberry Moonshine is a THC dominant variety and is/was never available as feminized seeds.

Blackberry moonshine is the parent of Dragons Brew. It
was an accidental creation of magic when a Blackberry Jabbas ([email protected]_dog_seeds) was pollinated by a miss sexed Prime Moonshine (@bigworm_6969) male. I’ve had the privilege to do a large scale pheno hunt and have selected some very special females.

Green bud white hair green stem. This pheno has the most functional high, best frost, but least bag appeal. Tangerine fuel terp profile. 2 weeks slower flower time.

Flour: this recipe calls for whole wheat flour, but you could also sub all purpose flour, and I assume gluten free all purpose flour as well. I haven’t tried it with almond/coconut/any other kind of gluten free flour, but if you do be sure to leave a comment and let me know how they turn out!

Blueberry Pancakes is a delicious indica-dominant hybrid that miraculously tastes like blueberry pancakes. With dense, slightly purple buds, this strain exhibits an aroma of blueberries, grape, and dough. Flavors of syrup and tart berry are especially present when vaporized or when utilizing non-butane combustion techniques, like hemp wick or herb irons. Blueberry Pancakes offers classic indica effects, including a weighted, relaxing physical buzz that can curb physical discomfort, nausea, joint pain, and insomnia.

Honey: this recipe uses honey to add a bit of sweetness, but you could use maple syrup instead if that’s what you have on hand.

CHIA SEED BENEFITS

Well, I’ve done it. I went ahead and put CHIA SEEDS in my pancakes. Chia seed pancakes are now a thing. Truth be told, I don’t know why it’s taken me so long to do so. No seriously, there’s nothing special about these pancakes except for the fact that, thanks to the addition of chia seeds, we can call them chia seed pancakes. THAT’S BASICALLY IT. But they’re fluffy and topped with lemon yogurt and blueberries.

Blueberry Pancakes is a delicious indica-dominant hybrid that miraculously tastes like blueberry pancakes. With dense, slightly purple buds, this strain exhibits an aroma of blueberries, grape, and dough. Flavors of syrup and tart berry are especially present when vaporized or when utilizing non-butane combustion techniques, like hemp wick or herb irons. Blueberry Pancakes offers classic indica effects, including a weighted, relaxing physical buzz that can curb physical discomfort, nausea, joint pain, and insomnia.

Well, I’ve done it. I went ahead and put CHIA SEEDS in my pancakes. Chia seed pancakes are now a thing. Truth be told, I don’t know why it’s taken me so long to do so. No seriously, there’s nothing special about these pancakes except for the fact that, thanks to the addition of chia seeds, we can call them chia seed pancakes. THAT’S BASICALLY IT. But they’re fluffy and topped with lemon yogurt and blueberries.

Now let’s talk about how to make these fancy yet not-so-fancy chia seed pancakes. Like I said, they’re pretty basic but in the best way. They’re made with whole wheat flour, plain yogurt (I used plain Greek yogurt), honey, and of course, chia seeds. After you make the batter, just stir in your chia seeds and make the pancakes how you normally would. To clarify, I recommend using 2 tablespoons of chia seeds, but of course this is a personal preference and you’re more than happy to use 1 tbsp or 3 tbsp, though I wouldn’t suggest using more than 3 tbsp or the batter may become too chunky.