Stoner Cookbook; A Delicious Dessert
Eating your weed is a new trend among stoners. It’s healthier than smoking and you can cancel your munchies WHILE getting high. I’m attempting to collect recipes that stoners will enjoy and I’ve made this one myself. I can honestly say that this is probably the best treat I’ve ever made. It’s chocolatey, delicious, and extremely simple to make with (or without) cannabis.
What You’ll Need (You can make the first two from scratch but it’s quicker to make them this way):
Pillsbury Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
Betty Crocker Brownie Mix
A bag of mini Reese’s cups
A muffin pan
Now, if you make the cookie dough and the brownies from scratch, you can add cannabutter to either one or both, if you like. I add the butter to the brownie mix in place of vegetable oil. You have to make the brownies and the cookies separately as well.
Take the muffin pan (spray it with some Pam first so your treats don’t get stuck) and put a cookie’s worth amount of cookie dough at the bottom of each one. Kind of smush them flat so that they cover the bottom. Take a single Reese’s and place it on top of each of the cookies. Finally, pour the brownie mix in to each muffin so that it fills the little cup about halfway or until you’ve used all of the brownie mix. Either one works. The end result can either be a huge treat or a small one, depending on the amount of brownie that you use.
I usually cook them in the oven at 325 for about 15-20 minutes, checking on them occasionally. When finished, these incredible treats will either get you super baked or be a reasonably simple thing to make when you’re staring at the baking section in the grocery store. I promise that you’ll love these things, even if you don’t like chocolate (like myself). You can’t go wrong mixing a cookie with a brownie and candy. These are also amazing when served with a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Make these (medicated) and invite a few friends over. You’ll impress them and get them stoned!
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