Super Stoney S’Mores

Is there any treat better suited to summer adventures than Super Stoney S'mores?
view icon

Views
45

like icon
Likes
0
comments icon

Table of Contents

Is there any treat better suited to summer adventures than Super Stoney S’mores? Maybe ice cream but then again, ice cream is great year round too. For me, nothing beats sitting around a campfire with friends and family squishing melty marshmallows onto graham crackers and chocolate. The only thing missing? A little weed… Until I stumbled across this recipe from ThisBuds4You  at hailmaryjane.com via TheWeedBlog.com

Let’s Start With Your Shopping List:

  • Graham Crackers
  • Chocolate bar of your choice
  • Bag of Marshmallows
  • Several grams of cannabis, ground to a fine powder

To Make:

  • Take a graham cracker and place a square (or two – no judgments here) of chocolate on the cracker
  • Sprinkle about 1 gram of the powdered herb on the chocolate 
  • Ideally, you’re in front of a campfire and can roast your marshmallow that way but sometimes that’s just not possible so if you can’t squash a roasted marshmallow onto the chocolate simply toast the entire S’more in a toaster oven for crispness or pop it into the microwave for 30 seconds after topping with a second cracker. 

Notes:

  • Aluminum foil is your friend and will help keep your toaster oven clean. It’s also useful if you are outdoors and want to get the chocolate warmer. Once the S’more is assembled you can wrap it in foil and place it near the fire for a moment or two. 
  • If using a toaster oven, heat to 300 degrees and cook your S’more for 5-7 minutes. 
  • Enjoy! 
Share Your Thoughts: Join the Discussion Below
About Author
Author Photo Andrew Peters

Andrew has already carved a niche for himself in the cannabis community, thanks to his deep-rooted passion and substantial experience with the herb. His journey began in his late teens,... Read More

You May Also Like
About Author
Author Photo Andrew Peters

Andrew has already carved a niche for himself in the cannabis community, thanks to his deep-rooted passion and substantial experience with the herb. His journey began in his late teens,... Read More

subscribesection
Our Newsletter
Subscribe to our newsletter to receive more updates
Follow us on
Scroll to Top