PB, Chocolate & BananaSHARE
Cooking with Cannabis 101
Learn how to be an amazing cannabis chef!
This peanut butter and chocolate decadence will leave your taste buds singing! The perfect muchie to satisfy your 'high' cravings
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IngredientsPeanut ButterChocolate SauceMini MarshmellowsBanana Slices
- Get a large plate (like a dinner plate)
- Spread a layer peanut butter, as much or as little as you prefer
- On top, sprinkle the mini marshmellows
- Add the desired amount of chocolate sauce as the topping
- Add the sliced bananas around the edge
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