Apples have a strong flavor, and when combined with the spices used in this recipe, the cannabis taste in almost non-evident. For these baked apples, cannabis butter will be used. Butter is a particularly good base for any recipe involving cannabis because the chemical compound THC will bind to fats instead of water. Therefore, the cannabis butter will carry a large amount of THC into the apples. The butter called for in this recipe is of a high potency. A less potent butter may result in unsatisfactory results.
The ingredients are as follows:
- 2 large red apples
- 4 tablespoons of cannabis butter
- ½ cup of raisins
- ½ cup of brown sugar
To begin, core the apples entirely, making sure there is an even hollow. In a bowl, mix the sugar, raisins and butter. Add the spices to taste and fill the apples with the thick paste. Coat the stuffed apples with more cannabis butter and put them in a small casserole dish. Bake at 350 degrees for twenty minutes, then check by poking a fork into the skin. When the apples are done, the skin may be tough, but the flesh should be tender.
Serve hot in a bowl with milk and more cannabis butter, as desired. Always remember that ingested THC will take longer to come into effect than when inhaled, but that the results may last longer. This recipe is intended to serve one to two people. If the recipe is doubled, more butter should be used in order to negate any loss of THC. Do not bake for more than twenty-five minutes, or the butter may burn and damage the THC.