Written by Purplina Kush | | |
Ingredients: (Makes 20-25)
- 2 cups raw oats (organic is usually just about the same price in the bulk bins)
- ¼ cup cannabutter, melted (have extra cannabutter
- semi sweet chocolate baking squares (2 should be plenty)
- 4 tbsp shredded unsweetened coconut. (also often organic at same…donation, lol)
- goodly drizzle of la lechera (condensed milk), likewise with honey, for a lil extra sticky icky
In large mixing bowl…mix! Once all oats are sewn nicely into a chocolatey gooey coat, we’re good to go. Now, put the whole bowl in the freezer, 10-15 min perhaps. The goal is to get the stuff form-able. About 1tbsp per ball. As with all Ganga Ballz I’ve formed thus far, if you have little to no interest in interplanetary transpo during the hand formation of such goods, you might use thin plastic gloves to avoid more and more cannabinoids in every pore. Sadly, it is already hard enough to perfect the consistency of these bad ballz n adding the element of gloves shifts it to near impossibility. Happily, you will be so rocked off your ass before the batch is even near done.
Okay, now that we’re good to go nowhere fast, and any other place sloooowwly, we should have a parchment paper lined cookie sheet, or pan, or tin, or whateves, and neat rows of hand formed space ballz. Have shredded coconut in small separate bowl. Drop n roll each goo ball lightly in the flakes and place back on the wax paper.
Now look, I was already a little outer-spaced, and was bringing these to a party of patients. Know what I did? You can see it in the pic. Yup, I melted more of the beautiful green butter w/more of the condensed milk, and I even think a marshmallow or two (I don’t know I was hiiiiigh) into a frosting type drizzle on top. Can’t stop, Won’t Stop!
Cover these specialty spheres and refrigerate until serving. Bring them to a party and watch that thang blast off peaceful and giggly like, a little fuzzy even. Wish I could show y’all the pics! But that’s the great part: You don’t have to have been there: GO THERE!
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