The Best Edible Recipes For Your Easy Bake Oven
Getting high and being extremely childish are some of our favorite things, so why not combine the two? Here are some wacky and nostalgic recipes for edibles baked in the fiery kiln of an Easy-Bake Oven. Users be warned: It isn’t always easy being easy-baked.
Itty Bitty Fudgy Wudgy Pot Brownies
Pour the contents of an envelope of Easy-Bake Brownie mix into a mixing bowl and ass 2 teaspoons water and one-half ounces of Sour Diesel Cannabis Cooking Oil. Mix until smooth, then pour batter into baking pan and spread evenly. Bake for 12 minutes.
The only way I can describe this edible is that it tasted like hearing Dark Side of the Moon for the first time. The high was absolutely mind-expanding. The itty-bitty size of the fudgy-wudgy universe exploded like a mini big bang inside my brain. I felt color. I tasted Floyd. Oh yeah, I have untapped the untappable. Anyway, it was lit.
Chocolate Chip Chronic Cookies
Pour the contents of an envelope of Easy-Bake Chocolate Chip Cookie mix into a mixing bowl and add 1 teaspoon of water and 2 tablespoons of Chronic Cannabutter. Shape the dough into one large ball, flatten the dough into the pan, and bake for 6–8 minutes.
They should’ve called this one the chocolate trip cookie. For a while, I was straight chilling and had a beautiful buzz going, but then, about an hour into the high, I couldn’t stop thinking about Spy Kids 2: The Island of Lost Dreams, when Steve Buscemi asks “Do you think that God stays in heaven because he too lives in fear of what he has created?”
Devil’s Dank Food Cake
Pour the contents of an envelope of Easy-Bake Devil’s Food Cake mix into a mixing bowl, then add 3 teaspoons of water and 5 drops of Devil Fruit Strain THC wax. Mix until smooth, then pour the batter into baking pan and spread evenly. Get out your real bowl and pack a fat one while you wait for this bad boy to cook for 12 minutes.
The Devil’s Dank Food Cake tasted like all of the times my Dad said he would play catch with me and never did. Just complete and utter disappointment. It took about three hours to kick in. I was watching a Sims gameplay video when I felt the full impact of the Devil Fruit Strain, and I couldn’t help but wonder, are we in a simulation? Then I ate a regular cookie and fell asleep. In the end, it wasn’t bad. Not bad at all.