Chronic Crispies

Chronic Krispie Treats

This recipe uses cannabis concentrate to infuse coconut oil for a potent, modern spin on cannabis-crispy treats- in my experience, I’ve found any type of concentrate will work just fine, BHO or rosin or what-have-you- as long as it doesn’t contain anything else (like additives and non-cannabis derived ingredients, of any kind). I’ve also found the lack of chlorophyll involved by using cannabis extract makes the edibles a little easier on the stomach and result in strain-specific tastes that are really fun to explore.

Enjoy and share the sticky, gooey goodness!

(Update of recipe originally published on April 20, 2017 on Hightimes.com)

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Chronic Krispie Treats

Recipe by Jo O’Boyle Course: Dessert, Snack, ClassicCuisine: VeganDifficulty: Easy
Servings

9

(3×3 squares)
Prep time

5

minutes
Cooking time

30

minutes
Total time

35

minutes

Cannabis-infused Maple Syrup

Ingredients

Directions

  • Melt 5 tbsp (1/3 cup) coconut oil to a stable 250 degrees- using a smaller pan with a lid is recommended to achieve a steady heat, using a candy thermometer to monitor the temperature. If using a gas burner, a double-boiler and oil bath method is recommended to achieve the stable heat needed.Heat coconut oil
  • Melt the cannabis concentrate into the heated coconut oil (Tip: freezing the concentrate on parchment paper for a few minutes will make it easier to get it off the paper and into the oil).
    ShatterMelt the concentrate
  • Heat the extract in coconut oil for 20 minutes, at a stable 250 degrees (letting the mixture heat for too long will result in a more sedative effect). Watch the oil as it bubbles, turning off the heat when the formation of bubbles slows down significantly.
  • Reduce heat to medium-low, between 150ºF-160ºF. Add the 1 tsp of liquid sunflower lecithin and the 1/2 tsp salt into the pot, whisking the lecithin into the melted coconut oil thoroughly.
  • Add marshmallows to the warm mixture gradually, stirring with a greased spatula to incorporate the oil evenly throughout the melted marshmallows.Slowly melt marshmallows
  • Mix in cereal gradually, to incorporate evenly throughout the marshmallow mixture. Gradually mix in cerealGradually mix in cereal
  • Spatula the mixture into an 8″ x 8” pan that’s been lined with parchment paper.Spread into prepared pan
  • Let cool until firm then cut with a well-greased knife into 9 squares. enjoy! Remember to take it low and slowEnjoy!

Notes

  • Makes nine 3”x 3” servings. If concentrate used is approximately 60% THC, each square will contain around 130mg of activated THC. (Multiply total grams of cannabis used in recipe by THC per gram for the total amount of THC per recipe, then divide by the number of servings. Or use this estimator to roughly calculate dosage.)

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