October 13, 2013

How To Make Marijuana French Toast

October 13, 2013
marijuana cannabis recipe french toast

marijuana cannabis recipe french toastThis recipe takes the wake and bake to a whole new level. French toast is a wonderful way to wake up in the morning. And what better way to greet the day than with a medicated French toast breakfast? If you follow this recipe, you can have a great breakfast that gets you stoned. Plus, you can save time by completing your morning smoke up and breakfast at the same time!

What You’ll Need;

Whipped Cream
4 Eggs
2/3 Cup of Milk
1 tsp Vanilla extract
Cannabis butter
Chocolate sauce

Heat up normal butter in a pan (don’t use your cannabis butter… If you add too much heat, the THC will become less strong and you won’t get as stoned). Separately, combine the vanilla extract, the eggs, and the milk in a bowl and mix them together.

Now take your bread and put it in the mixture, then throw it in your normally buttered pan. Cook the toast until it is golden brown, flipping it when necessary. When the toast is done, you spread the cannabis butter all over the toast. While it would be great to cook the toast on actual butter, this is the best way to get the best result of being stoned after you eat the toast. By thoroughly coating the toast with butter, you’ll still get high. Now, you can add your whipped cream, chocolate sauce, maybe some cinnamon, or possibly even some fruit if you prefer. This breakfast is amazing and guaranteed to be a good start to your day.

Source: THCFinder.Com


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