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Firecrackers

Ingredients..
-Cannabis(.3-__grams)
-Graham crackers
-Peanut butter or Nutella
-Tin foil

Instructions..

1.

What you need:
0.5g weed per cracker (you can always eat more)

Tasty crackers, I usually use Ritz or Jacobs

High fat Peanut butter (can be substituted with Nutella/Chocolate spread)

Something small to mix your weed & peanut butter (I use toothpicks)

Enough aluminum foil to cover your crackers + optional extra

An oven.

Please check the notes at the bottom of the recipe also!

Steps: (Part 1: baking your marijuana):
Pre-heat oven to 120c or 250f, wait 10 minutes for it to heat up. What I do while waiting is make a small kind of bowl for my marijuana out of the "optional extra" aluminum foil so that it is easier to collect/check my weed after it has been through the oven.

Before:

Put the weed in the oven, and set the timer for 15 minutes, that should be enough. You can tell if you pinch your nugs and they fall apart into dust that you are perfect. Now keep your weed to the side for one moment.

After:

Steps: (Part 2: baking your firecrackers)
Technically this part is named wrong but meh... it sounds better. Anyway set your oven to 150c or 300f and wait till it heats up... should be 10-15 mins.

This time while you wait, spread ONE side of EACH cracker with peanut butter, quite thickly, 0.5-1cm thick is ideal.

Evenly "sprinkle" your weed on half of the peanut crackers, as the other half will be used to sandwich your pot. Then using your mixing tool, carefully mix as well as possible the marijuana and peanut butter making sure as much surface area as possible comes into contact with the peanut butter. Take your time if you must, better safe than sorry.

Sandwich the remaining peanut butter crackers to the ones containing weed and give them a gentle squish together. Then completely wrap in aluminum foil, I wrap them in 1 layer, sometimes 2 but I wonder if more layers would affect the heat...
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