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Rice Crispy Treats


Marijuana-infused rice crispy treats

Making special rice crispy treats is a fun, easy and fast way to make your own marijuana edibles. The recipe calls for Cannabis-infused margarine rather than butter. To make this, simply substitute margarine for butter using the CannaButter recipe. Share these tasty treats with your friends, or hoard them all for yourself, it’s up to you.

Ingredients

  • 1 10 oz. bag of marshmallows
  • 6 cups Rice Krispies cereal (or similar "knock-off" brands)
  • 1 12 oz. bag of butterscotch pieces
  • 3 tbsp Cannabis-infused margarine
  • Directions

    On an extremely low heat, melt your marijuana margarine in a large saucepan or pot. You will want to make sure that it is on very low heat so that you do not kill off the THC with too high of heat. Add the bag of marshmallows and mix it until the margarine and marshmallows are thoroughly blended. Once they are blended together well, remove from the heat. Quickly, while the mixture is still hot, add the cereal and stir until it is evenly dispersed throughout the mix. Now, mix in the butterscotch pieces, stirring thoroughly. Press your mixture into a greased baking pan and let chill for at least 45 minutes. After this time, you may cut the solidified mixture into whatever size pieces you please. Enjoy these tasty medicated snacks for a long-lasting, enjoyable effect.


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    Guest | Apr 20, 2013

    Whaaaaaat half a bag chiridelli semi sweets coco crispies coconut and double the butta baby!

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    Guest | Dec 18, 2012

    Very simple recipe and depending on how strong your butter/margarine is you can really dose them out nicely. Fruity pebbles are better in my opinion, adds more visual pizazz.

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    Guest | Jul 7, 2012

    i made them just like this with a quater ounce of really good stuff how many should i eat

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    Guest | Jun 28, 2012

    How many grams did u mix with the butter to make it into ganja butter? I know you said margarine but ima use butter :) can you please email me the receptive alone with the exact measure Kenya of the weed used etc... Sexypapichulo1@gmail.com thank you x

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    Guest | Feb 22, 2012

    How about just $2.99 for great e-book on medical marijuana: MARIJUANA - Guide to Buying, Growing, Harvesting, and Making Medical Marijuana Oil and Delicious Candies to Treat Pain and Ailments by Mary Bendis, Second Edition. This book has great recipes

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    Guest | Sep 4, 2011

    As a patient I enjoy the relief a great ediable can bring. I was very impressed with the taste, and how quickly the effects brought relief. As I like that the thc/cbd is in the blood system longer so the effects tend to be a steaded relief. Prefect and

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    krreese | Aug 26, 2011

    These popular treats were a big success at a recent patient party. I could not make enough to keep them around for long. This is a great recipe because it is so quick to make and everyone loves them.

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    Guest | Jun 2, 2011

    tastes horrible. did nothing for me

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    krreese | May 15, 2011

    I never thought of making these treats with cannabis now they really are special treats. Have to say I like to use butter also instead of the margarine. Good recipe tho and great for when other patients come over.

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    sbsdewb | May 1, 2011

    This is a great medical marijuana edible and has amazing effects. I love how you can eat one of these little treats after dinner and your good to go.

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    Kushie Q | Apr 23, 2011

    Adding the sticky THC to these delightfully sticky goodies is really awesome. I like them a lot and just one does me for quite awhile. They are so yummy you want to eat the whole pan but don't unless you plan on taking a nice long nap.

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    WeedWitch | Apr 15, 2011

    Such sticky sweet goodie that brings a real pleasant fuzzy feeling that really does the trick. They are probably not the strongest edible that I've eaten, but when you need a little relief this will do it for you. I suggest other edibles if you need a

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    Flower22 | Apr 10, 2011

    who could say no to such a wonderful little treat

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    Kannabliss | Apr 6, 2011

    What ewwy gooey delicious little treats so sweet and wonderful. The way the potency hit was surprising and a treat all at once.

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    Flower22 | Mar 28, 2011

    I just had a batch a few days ago they were awesome the high was long lasting and all over. What a yummy way to get my medicine.

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    smokestack | Mar 25, 2011

    I had one of these from a dispensary in Michigan, but was not too impressed. It might have just been a bad batch, but i didn't care for them at all. It was overly greasy and had a potent flavor, but didn't pack the punch i wanted. It only lasted for 2

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    gbennett1 | Mar 19, 2011

    This reciepe sounds great but i would suggest adding more medicine. I would also suggest mab mixing in other ingriedents.

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    Happy420Time | Mar 18, 2011

    I love rice crispy treats just as a normal snack, so adding cannabis just makes them that much better. I would recommend eating a fatty meal or drinking a glass of milk with the rice krispy, for some reason they seem to be some the lesser potent edible

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    Jewryan420 | Mar 16, 2011

    i got a rice krispy treat from a buddy of mine that made a batch and wow. it hit me hard in about no more then 10 mins and lasted for a good 1 hour or so. i think because of the fluffy ness of the rice krispys it breaks down faster then lets say a cook

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    lindzzz | Mar 15, 2011

    I think these are fun to make because you can switch out the Rice Krispies for any kind of cereal that you want. I made these with Cinnamon Toast Crunch once and they were definitely tasty. The marshmallow and cannabis flavors go so well with each othe

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    cbluedeedoo | Mar 13, 2011

    I have always liked Rice Krispy Treats so when I first heard of the medicinal twist on this recipe I had to try it for myself. I still use real organic butter even tho the recipe above calls for margarine. It really makes a difference in the taste. Pl

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    Marijuanamama | Mar 13, 2011

    Well these are definitely not some you want to bake for a bake sale. But then again I know alot of people who could use a little lightening up. They were really tasty treats and I like to get my medicine from an edible seems to keep me from munching th

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    CannabisGirl | Mar 13, 2011

    This has to be one of the best highs you can get from a goody. All you need is one and your good to go. The lasting effect is also good with this sweet treat.

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    b1nary | Mar 9, 2011

    i JUST tried this today and im kinda wondering why i havent tried it before...i couldnt taste the bud but it helped just like it should have...and they ended up putting chocolate chips in it too, i ended up eating like 2 at my friends house and another

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    cattygirl | Mar 8, 2011

    I like Rice Krispy treats for camping and feel good effects. I always get nervous having such tasty meds around someone is bound to accidentally get into your edibles and get medicated if you aren't really careful. My dog and grandma stole some from me

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    dr4201 | Mar 8, 2011

    idk the cannabutter really comes out in these, idk chocolate or something really sweet is better to hide the taste of weed flop if u ask me

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    cattygirl | Mar 8, 2011

    My grandma really wanted some krispy treats and I had told her not to take from a certain plate. I explained to her that there was a reason why she couldn't have that plate and when I wasn't looking, she stole some. She liked it.

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    Guest | Mar 5, 2011

    IMO that recipe should use canna-butter not canna-margarine. THC passes easily into butter fat when making canna-butter. Margarine is a man made toxic food substance and should be avoided at all costs.

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    SkillitHits247 | Mar 2, 2011

    Rice Crispy Treats is good for countering the cannabis taste, but I have personally found that the effects are not as strong in the Rice Crispy Treat as the chocolate brownies when made with hash AND Cannabutter. Chocolate is just as good and sweet to

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    kingkhavi | Feb 25, 2011

    [size=18]Rice Crispy Treats are my second favorite amongst edibles I love the way they feel its more a body high to me.[/size]

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    Bud Selektor | Feb 9, 2011

    Rice Crispy Treats are a great and tasty way to enjoy your consumable cannabis treat. I find that they are usually so sweet that it counters the oftentimes pungent taste of cannabis. The consistency should be exactly what you expect if you've had the

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