Cooking With Weed — 3 Delicious Dessert Recipes Made With Cannabis Infused Butter
I’m a firm believer that every Thanksgiving requires a handful of staples for the meal to be considered a success: turkey, mashed potatoes, and stuffing. Moving beyond those three dishes, I believe Thanksgiving will still feel like a complete meal even with a rotating collection of appetizers, side-dishes, and desserts. Today, we’re going to take a look at some cannabis-infused desserts made with Magical Butter and Magical Cooking Oil.
Before we proceed, I’d just like to state that you should ONLY experiment with these recipes if you live in a state where cannabis is legalized for recreational use, or you are prescribed medical marijuana. Please, please, PLEASE do not break the law and then come find me in the comments after getting in trouble, saying something like ‘Cass told me to do it!’ If weed is against the law in your state then don’t break the law, it’s as simple as that.
I have been wanting to talk to you bros for quite some time now about the Magical Butter MB2e, the easiest and most effective way to cook marijuana edibles. Thanksgiving felt like the perfect opportunity to showcase just how easy it is to make mouth-watering desserts from the comfort of your own home. And to illustrate how easy it is to make these delicious weed edibles with the Magical Butter I’ve gone ahead and cooked my way through three recipes (Magical Butter’s Bangin’ Brownies, Fruity Pebble Rice Krispie Treats, and Pumpkin Crazin’ Cookies) to show you bros how effortless it can be.
First things first, even though the Magical Butter MB2e (Buy It Here: $174) makes it easier than ever before to cook heady edibles at home (think of it like an ‘Easy Bake Oven For Weed’) you still need to decarboxylate your marijuana before making the base recipes (Magical Butter, Magical Cooking Oil, Magical Tincture). ‘Decarboxylation’ might sound like an intimidating term, but all this means is you need to take your buds/botanicals and put them in the oven at 250-degrees for 25-to-35 minutes. You can see a video on how to do that here if you’re still iffy on this step.
I had absolutely no idea how easy it was to make Rice Krispie Treats until I attempted to make this recipe yesterday. First, I made the Magical Butter using my MB2e. This is a base recipe which takes 2 hours to prepare the Magical Butter (main ingredient in the Rice Krispies) but the MB2e does all the work. Preparing the Rice Krispie treats actually took me less than 15 minutes, and then they sat in a pan to cool for an hour. To make these magical Rice Krispies I used 5 tablespoons (75g) of the MagicalButter, 5 cups of Rice Krispies + Fruity Pebbles (because I couldn’t find Fruity Rice Krispies), and one bag (12oz) of marshmallows.
1. In a large saucepan on medium-low heat, melt your MagicalButter.
2. Add the marshmallows, and stir to coat them with the melted butter.
3. Once the marshmallows begin to melt, stir constantly until the butter and marshmallows are completely mixed.
4. Pour the cereal into the pan, and stir to combine.
5. Line an 8 x 8 inch/20 x 20 cm pan with parchment paper; then pour the mixture into the pan, and spread evenly.
6. Let your Rainbow Warrior Rice Crispy Treats sit for least 1 hour. Remove them from the pan, cut them into 2 x 2 inch/5 x 5 cm squares, and enjoy!