I often go on diets but there is one thing I can never give up: sugar. It’s one of the things I adore most in the world. I’m the type that goes through dinner thinking of dessert. So, when I say dessert, what comes to mind? You’re probably thinking of ice cream, caramel or chocolate. What if I told you cannabis could be dessert too? Read on to learn how!
Cannabis is a versatile herb that you can use as an ingredient in a variety of recipes. From savory meals to sweet desserts, you can cook about almost anything with cannabis. A lot of people use THC to cook, but there are others that don’t want to get high. If euphoria isn’t your thing, you can always use CBD crystals isolate or cannabidiol to prepare your pies, cakes and cookies. It is a non-psychoactive component derived from hemp or cannabis, unlike THC. This means it does not get you high at all. It also comes with a long list of therapeutic properties that can treat inflammation, depression, anxiety and a lot more. It’s also very nutritious, which is why it is well-loved in my kitchen.
I’ve prepared one of the dessert recipes that I love the most: cannabis cookie bars! Here we mix the delicious tastes of coconut flakes, caramel chips, walnuts and chocolate with the health benefits of CBD. It is pretty easy to make, so you don’t need to be a sous chef to try this recipe. Perfect for serving at parties, your friends will definitely love this. But where can you find good quality CBD?
All you need to do is complete 8 easy instructions to prepare this great dessert. You might have to make more servings because it tastes so good, you’ll want to finish it all in one go! For the highest quality of cannabis cookie bars, look for organic olive oil infused with CBD. You can purchase it at a medical dispensary, food store or even online. We’ve included hemp butter in this recipe for an even better taste and effect.
CBD Cannabis Cookie Bars
The recipe’s main ingredient is CBD oil. If you do not mind getting high at all, you can opt for THC-infused hemp butter instead. Do this by mixing five tablespoons of salted butter with 3 tablespoons of hemp butter in step 2, following the rest of the instructions as listed. If you go for hemp butter, you can skip the CBD oil. Get to know the product you are using before you start the recipe. This makes about 15-20 servings and takes 40 minutes.
- 1/2 cup caramel chips
- 2 tbsp. cannabidiol oil
- 1 cup crumbs graham crackers
- 1 cup chunks graham crackers
- 7/8 cup dark chocolate chips for baking
- 1/8 cup dark chocolate chips for sprinkling
- 1 cup walnuts, chopped
- 3/4 cup coconut flakes for baking
- 1/4 cup coconut flakes for sprinkling
- Non-stick cooking spray
- 14 oz. sweetened condensed milk
- 1/4 cup butter
- Prematurely heat your oven at a temperature of 325ºF. Coat a baking pan with non-stick cooking spray in a thin layer evenly. Don’t overuse it or else you will end up with oily bars.
- Over a low heat on the stove, melt your butter. After it melts, mix CBD hemp oil into the butter. Put the mixture into a small bowl and whisk. Put graham cracker crumbs into the mixture. Stir.
- Put the cookie mixture into the baking pan you sprayed with the non-stick cooking spray. Put big graham cracker chunks on top of the cookie mixture. Use a fork to press the chunks down. This is so that your cannabis cookie bars will be chewy and soft.
- Over the chunks, pour your condensed milk. Make sure to cover all crevices and coat the pan using a spoon.
- Evenly spread 7/8 cup chocolate chips over the condensed milk.
- Add caramel chips and chopped walnuts, then ¾ cup coconut flakes.
- When you’re done adding all the layers, press down the ingredients lightly with a fork. Put this into the oven. Bake for at least twenty five minutes.
- After baking, take the pan out of the oven. Due to the heat, the condensed milk might rise at the edges. You can use the coconut flakes and chocolate chips you have left to coat these areas. Re-bake for about five minutes.
- Take it out of the oven again and let it cool. Slice this into bite-sized pieces. Serve!
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