Cannabis Rice Krispie Treats: A cannabis dessert recipe

Cannabis Rice Krispie Treats: A cannabis dessert recipe

Cannabis Rice Krispie Treats

These Cannabis Rice Krispie Treats are a cannabis dessert recipe that’s perfect for parties, get-togethers, or just an extra-special treat. The ingredients include rice cereal and marshmallows which you will then cover with cannabis oil before baking in the oven. After they have cooled and set, cut them into squares and enjoy!
Cannabis edibles are the way to go if you are new and want a little bit of cannabis without having to smoke it.

  • Cannabis Rice Krispie Treats includes: rice cereal, marshmallows, cannabis oil
  • Recipe for Cannabis edibles is as follows: Mix your ingredients in a bowl until they form one sticky mass; then spoon the mixture into an ovenproof dish or pan lined with parchment paper (don’t forget about greasing the sides!). Bake at 175 degrees Celsius/350 Fahrenheit for 20 minutes. Allow them to cool before cutting and serving.
    A final note that this recipe will make around 12 squares depending on how thickly you cut them but don’t worry too much because these snacks should keep up to two weeks when stored in an airtight container.
  • When you’re done making your treats, let them cool and cut into squares before serving You can store these cannabis edibles for around two weeks when stored in an airtight container! And don’t forget to share this recipe with friends or family members who might be interested because they would probably love it too (after all – everyone loves Rice Krispie Treats!)

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Cannabis Rice Krispie Treats: A cannabis dessert recipe

Cannabis Rice Krispie Treats Recipe:

*Makes about 18-20 squares. *Prep time: 15 minutes, Cook time: 20 minutes)

Ingredients:

  • ¼ cup cannabis oil (or other cooking oil of your choice)
  • ½ bag marshmallows or 12 ounces mini marshmallow bits and pieces (chocolate-covered ones are best!)
  • ⅔ cups rice cereal or toasted crispy brown rice cereal. You can also use puffed quinoa for a healthier option! Just add an extra tablespoon of oil if you do this. For gluten-free options try honeycomb cornflakes or pop rocks popcorn with coconut sugar instead of the brown rice/rice cereals
  • ⅓ cup of semi-sweet chocolate chips
    *Optional for topping: chopped peanuts, toasted coconut flakes, or cocoa powder.

Instructions:

Preheat oven to 250 degrees Fahrenheit/120 Celsius and grease a baking tray with the cannabis oil. Add the marshmallows into a large saucepan over low heat and mix until melted. Add in rice cereal (or puffed quinoa) and cook for about one minute stirring constantly so that it doesn’t burn on the bottom of the pan). Turn off the stovetop but leave the pot on the burner while you stir in ½ tablespoons more cannabis oil then transfer the mixture onto greased baking sheet – spread evenly! Once cool enough top with chocolate chips before eating or refrigerating them first if you want them to last longer.

Tips for cooking with cannabis in the kitchen

  • Use cannabis oil for best results, as it can be difficult to extract the THC from other cooking oils.
    Why is this important?
  • When using cannabis in recipes make sure you use an appropriate amount, too little and the dish will not have much of a taste or effect, while too much could cause side effects like paranoia or anxiety! In all cases, the dosage varies depending on individuals’ tolerance level but we recommend starting with one milliliter and adding more until desired strength is achieved. Be wary that overdoing it might ruin your meal and even worse damage your health so keep measurements small when first trying out new recipes!
    How does cannabis affect my body? Cannabis has many possible short-term impacts on our bodies. It affects our heart rate, moods, and appetite.
  • When using cannabis in recipes make sure you use an appropriate amount, too little and the dish will not have much of a taste or effect, while too much could cause side effects like paranoia or anxiety! In all cases, the dosage varies depending on individuals’ tolerance level but we recommend starting with one milliliter and adding more until desired strength is achieved. Be wary that overdoing it might ruin your meal and even worse damage your health so keep measurements small when first trying out new recipes!
    Cannabis has many possible short-term impacts on our bodies. It affects our heart rate, moods, and appetite.

How to eat these delicious treats responsibly (don’t overindulge!)

  • When cooking with cannabis, always measure the amount out. This way you will know exactly how much you are consuming and can keep a close eye on your intake
  • Avoid large amounts of sugar when eating treats made with cannabis as this may lead to feelings of paranoia or anxiety
  • Try not to eat too many edibles in one sitting, it’s better if they’re spread throughout the day

What are some other recipes you can make using cannabis, like cookies or brownies?

  • Try making cannabis Rice Krispie treats!
  • One of the most popular ways to use cannabis in a recipe is by infusing oil with it. This makes sense because oils have fat and THC binds well to fats, so it won’t react as much with water. You can also make cannabutter (infused butter) from scratch or buy some pre-made on Amazon for about $15-$20 per pound;
    There are many edibles you can make with cannabis, such as brownies or cookies. You can also use it to infuse oils and make cannabutter (infused butter). If you are looking for a recipe that is easy and delicious, try making Cannabis Rice Krispie Treats! These treats are not only tasty but they’re filled with cannabinoids so there’s no risk of getting too high because the THC binds well to fats. Not sure how to start? One idea would be using infused oil in your favorite treat recipes; however, if you’d rather save time by simply buying pre-made cannabutter on Amazon then go ahead and give this sweet treat a whirl!
    You could also try baking up some edibles made from scratch like these Cannabis Rice Krispie Treats, and double the recipe if you’re cooking for two.
    The first thing I did was make my infused butter by melting together cannabutter with cannabis oil in a small pot on low heat then let it cool to room temperature before storing it in an airtight container; this process took about 20 minutes total. Next, I made my rice Krispies according to package instructions but substituted whole milk for half of the original amount of water so that they don’t stick together (I also reduced sugar content). Lastly, since not everyone enjoys strong flavors such as cinnamon, some vanilla extract is optional and can be added to taste at the end!
Cannabis Rice Krispie Treats: A cannabis dessert recipe

Some desserts that don’t use cannabis – because not everyone is interested in eating edibles!

Desserts that don’t use cannabis:

  • Rice pudding
  • Chocolate cake with frosting (cream cheese, buttercream)
  • Apple pie

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