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Easy Marijuana Jalapeno Popper Recipe

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jalapeno poppers marijuana recipeCannabis Jalapeno Poppers Recipe

These things can be a real treat that’s usually reserved for a night out at a bar but now, you can make them yourselves at home. Whether you’re by yourself or making them for friends, these medicated spicy bites will definitely halt your munchies and make you even more stoned. But be prepared and have a drink close by, otherwise you’re in trouble! Cotton mouth mixed with spicy food can be a disaster if you’re not ready!

Ingredients:

3/4 cup peanut butter
10 jalapeño peppers
1/4 cup green onions (only the white part), chopped
2 cloves minced garlic
2 tbsp THC oil

Directions:

Start by preheating your oven to 350 degrees and begin to cut the tops off of the jalapeños and set them aside. Take a small knife and remove as much of the seeds and pit as possible. The peppers need to be holly in order to hold the stuffing. Next, rinse the pepper out with water to make sure that you get all of the seeds out. Grab a small sauce pan and put it over medium heat, slowly adding in the THC oil. Let the oil warm for about 30 seconds before you add in the chopped up onions. Cook them for about a minute and then add in the garlic. Sauté everything for about a minute and a half and then add the peanut butter. Add in 2-3 tbsp of water if needed to thin the consistency. The contents of the pan should stir together easily. Once it gets to this point, remove it from the heat.

Using a spoon or a small funnel, fill the jalapeños with the peanut butter sauce that you’ve just finished making. Carefully place the tops back on and stick toothpicks through them to keep the peppers together. Put the peppers on a foil lined baking sheet and put them in the preheated oven for about 20 minutes. Serve when they’re still warm. Enjoy!

Source: THCFinder.Com

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