The beauty of this dish is that a) it doesn’t really matter what order the layers go in, so long as you start with the graham crust, and b) you can substitute chocolate cookie crumbs for graham crumbs, butterscotch chips for chocolate, add peanuts, or Craisins…the list is endless, really.
Preheat oven to 350F. Break up the chocolate and put in a heat proof bowl with the butter. Set the bowl over a saucepan of steaming hot water and melt gently, stirring frequently. Remove the bowl from the saucepan and leave to cool until needed.
The closest we’ll ever get to pigs flying.
This marbled marijuana brownie bars recipe comes courtesy of reader Sir Stickybuds and serves twelve. Cooking time is about 35 minutes. Enjoy!
A simple recipe for making cannabis-infused chocolate.
If you’re cuckoo for cannabis and Cocoa Puffs, you’ll enjoy this simple cereal-topped cupcake recipe.
This is a two-part recipe and it serves 5-6. The cannabis is found only in the dumplings, so if you have any dinner guests who can’t partake, just serve them a plate without dumplings. Enjoy!
This recipe for my Perfect Pot Pasta has been a winner with my friends and family for a long time. Of course, depending on the dinner guests, the cannabis products can be substituted for traditional ingredients, but I believe the added flavor of the cannabis makes this dish even better.