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Cooking with Cannabis 101
Learn how to be an amazing cannabis chef!
Take your cakes to a new level with this sweet chocolate frosting
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hand mixer or beater
½ cup CannaButter, melted
½ cup cocoa powder
2½ cups powdered sugar
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
¼ cup evaporated milk, canned
- Mix CannaButter and cocoa powder together until smooth.
- Beat/Mix in powdered sugar and vanilla extract.
- Add evaporated milk slowly while mixing. Continue to blend all ingredients together until frosting reaches desired consistency. To make icing thinner or thicker, add more milk or powdered sugar.
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