June 15, 2011

How To Make Marijuana S’mores

June 15, 2011
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smoresMarijuana S’mores Recipe

Yet another easy, awesome recipe from the legendary ThisBuds4You at hailmaryjane.com:

What’s good Greenies and welcome to another tasty Tainted Tuesday from me, ThisBuds4You. This week we’re gonna check out a recipe similar to the Leary Biscuit that I posted a few weeks ago, but much more for the sweet tooth. We’re making make some S’mores. STONER S’MORES. Try stacking several on top of each other to create a “Super HIGH S’more Tower”. Send me a picture of your creation and I’ll send you some stickers. Send your pictures to ThisBuds4You@HailMaryJane.com.

What We’ll Need:

2 graham crackers

a piece of chocolate or a teaspoon of Nutella

1 large marshmallow puff

1 gram (ish) of weed, ground into a fine powder

DIRECTIONS

  1. Take a graham cracker, use either chocolate or Nutella (a chocolate hazelnut spread), make a layer on graham cracker
  2. Place about 1 gram of the powdered herb on the chocolate or Nutella
  3. Place a marshmallow on the herb
  4. Place second graham cracker on top
  5. Toast for 5-7 minutes at 300 degrees F or microwave for 30-45 seconds (depending on the microwave)

NOTES

  • Graham crackers can be good, but can get yucky in microwaves.
  • In a toaster oven, toast on a piece of aluminum foil to keep the chocolate from running messily.
  • If using real chocolate, make sure to melt the chocolate.
  • The general idea is to cook the cracker but not burn it.
  • Try creating a tower of s’mores like in the picture. Don’t forget to send us pictures at ThisBuds4You@HailMaryJane.com of your tasty stoner creations!

Keep it green Greenies and OVERGROW THE WORLD!!!

TB4U

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