A lot of people asked me for the recipe of this not just beautiful but also very tasty dulce de leche filled chocolate #languedechat with dried cannabis leaf to make it look like a real #blunt exploding of weed.
There is also the “tabaco” version, if you are a “hash and tabaco” kind of person. Let me show you the base of it, first.
2 tbsp. butter (about 25g) If you add more, the crunchier it will be.
o4 tbsp. granulated sugar
1 egg white
2 tbsp. cocoa powder (or until it gets as dark as a #blunt would be)
4 tbsp. cake flour
1. Place the butter at the room temperature
2. Add sugar and mix well until white and creamy.
3. Add egg white then mix well.
4. Sift in cake flour and mix well.
5. Spoon about 1 tbsp. of the mixture on the silicon mat (I am personally scared with parchment paper but you can totally go for it), then use the back of the spoon to spread out the mixture into 4inch (10cm) circles. IP: The fastest you do, the better the mixture sticks to the mat.
6. Bake them in an oven at 180C (350F) for about 6 minutes until the edges of the cookies turn golden brown.
7. Use a chopstick or a bamboo straw to quickly roll the cookies around it to make the shape of a blunt. You need to work with the cookies while they are hot as they get hard when they cool down. My advise is to make 2 or maximum 3 cookies at a time.
Take a look:
I have decided to fill mine with dulce de leche because I live in Uruguay and I have access to the best ones. You could totally use chocolate ganache or any other creamy filling you wish, just add the desired amount of #cbd or #thc infused fat to make it even more special and use a confectioner bag to precisely fill them up.
For the “weed” I used naturally dried cannabis leafs to create this grinded weed effect.
For the “tabaco” I used dried carrot. Yes. You should finely grate your carrot and in low heat you should dry it slowly, always checking the oven. The result is a very flavorful “tabaco” made of dried carrots. So sweet and so tasty you would get surprised.
I hope you try this at home and if you do, don’t forget to tag us using the hashtag #laricauruguay on instagram.
Cheers from Uruguay,