• Hot Cocoa Cannabutter Cookies



    Hot Cocoa is one of my favorite cool weather treats to indulge in. Combing this flavor into a cookie takes this chocolaty treat to another level. I've designed this recipe around either already having cannabutter on hand or picking it up premade if you do not have enough time to make it. In this particular incident I was in a pinch and decided to pick up some cannabutter at my local dispensary "The Hemp Center". They are a wonderful dispensary in Downtown Littleton with very high quality products. If you are in the area, I would recommend stopping by to check them out :)

    Mise en Place:

    1 3/4 cup all purpose flour
    1/2 cup sugar
    1 cup gourmet hot cocoa mix
    1 teaspoon baking soda
    3/4 cup cannabutter of your choice
    1/4 cup skim or 1% milk
    1 teaspoon vanilla
    1/2 cup mini marshmallows or white chocolate chips or both
    2 eggs

    Directions:

    Cream the sugar and butter in a bowl. Then add the vanilla, eggs and milk to the mix. Mix until incorporated then add in the flour, sugar, hot cocoa mix, baking soda and mini marshmallows. Continue to mix until it is fully combined. Heat the oven to 350 while you are mixing your cookie dough.

    How many cookies you get out of this recipe depends on the amount of grams in your cannabutter. Choose whether you want to have 1 gram cookies or 1/2 gram cookies then divide dough accordingly onto a ungreased dark cookie sheet. Bake the cookies for 9-11 minutes. These cookies are also great when drizzled or dipped with dark chocolate ganache. Slip into the comfy sweetness of the cookie and the warm childhood memories it brings back. Enjoy :)

    3 comments → Hot Cocoa Cannabutter Cookies

    1. i want one....NOW!

    2. wow...I really wish I was a skilled baker. This recipe looks amazing, I'm so glad I found your blog...especially around this time of year!

    3. Alli: Next time I bake them you can indulge :)

      GanjeChron420: Being a skilled baker takes TONS of practice on your own time and guidance from either a Chef/Pastry Chef or a Master Baker. Of course you can teach yourself but it's better to be shown an art by someone who has been doing it for years. That way they guide you through the foundation building of good skills that in the future you can work off of. And it is also very HUMBLING! It keeps your ego in check like you would not believe. Take some baking classes or find a teacher, so worth it!

      I'm glad you enjoy my blog! Yours also looks like it is going to be very interesting! :)