Studies show that cannabis may increase your appetite*. Don’t freak out, here are seven easy recipes to help satisfy those menacing munchies. They’re quick, simple, and oh so flavorlicious.
Mmm-mazing Marshmallow Treats
Craving something puffed? Grab a pan. Stir butter and marshmallows over low heat, until melted. Mix in your favorite rice cereal. Then cool, cut, eat, and enjoy.
Microwavable Magic S’mores
No fire needed. (Well, not for the snack.) Stack half a graham cracker, three squares of chocolate, and a marshmallow. Mic 15-20 second, until the ’mallow hits baseball size. Remove and top with the remaining cracker. Boom.
French Bread Pizza
Heat that oven to 375ºF. Slice some French bread. Top with sauce. (Marinara, BBQ, whatever!) Add cheese and bake until crispy (about 10-12 minutes). Then melt into the couch.
Homemade Elephant Ears
Little effort. Huge flavor. Simply butter one side of a tortilla. Sprinkle with sugar and cinnamon. (Or cinnamon sugar.) Mic for 10-15 seconds. Roll up and munch down.
Peanut Butter Jelly Time
Open a jar of either, or both. Add spoon. Congrats you’re a snack ninja.
Grab a bowl. Cut up an avocado. Mix in chopped onion and red pepper, a splash of lime and sea salt. SMASH!!! Dip those chips and love it.
Now for the entrée... Spicy Sausage Macaroni
Cook up some mac (directions on box) and set aside. Chop 2 hot dogs and sizzle in oil over medium heat. Add turmeric and cumin. Let the flavors soak in for 30 seconds. Remove. Combine. Hunger, solved.
* "Investigating the Neuroendocrine and Behavioral Controls of Cannabis-Induced Feeding Behavior” JF Davis, PQ Choi, J Kunze, P Wahl, Washington State University Pullman, WA, USA. Presented July 2018, Society for the Study of Ingestive Behavior, Bonita Springs, FL. Retreived from https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2018-07/sfts-bcr071618.php
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