How To Make Cannabis-Infused Apple Pie Pockets
McDonald’s might have pocket-sized apple pies, but they’re definitely nothing like these—unless you know of a very special fast-food branch. If you don’t, you can easily make your own, cannabis-based version for munching solo or sharing with party guests who are down with dank. Melt ¼ cup of cannabis-infused butter (half a stick) in a pan. You can make your own with a Magical Butter pressure cooker. Mix one tablespoon of flour into the butter and mix with a silicone spatula. Pour in a cup of cane sugar along with ¼ cup of brown sugar. Slowly pour in the fourth cup of water and cognac each and mix well, letting the mixture boil slightly. Next, pour in one peeled and chopped granny smith apple and stir until the pieces are coated in the sugar mixture. Add a tablespoon of vanilla bean paste, a teaspoon of cinnamon, and cook for a minute or so until combined. Remove the burner from the heat and spoon a small amount of the mixture onto pre-cut pastry sheets. Fold the sheets diagonally and cinch the ends with your finger. Using a knife, make a few nicks in the pastry sheet so that it doesn’t explode in the oven. Spoon a bit of medicated butter over the top of each shell before popping them in a 350 degree Fahrenheit oven for 15 to 20 minutes. Serve warm.
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