Stoner Bacon & Cheese Waffles
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What’s better than waking and baking? Adding bacon and cheese waffles to the mix. Now throw some BHO into it, and you’ve got a breakfast of champions. Invite some friends over and warm up the waffle iron. When you add some syrup and great company you have the beginnings of a magnificent day.

What You’ll Need:
◾BHO Shatter, ½ gram
◾coconut oil, 2 Tbl
◾Bacon, ½ lb
◾Eggs, 2
◾Cheese, grated, ½ cup
◾pancake waffle mix (you chose), 1 cup
◾Milk, ¾ cup

Gather these things as well:
◾Double boiler
◾Whisk
◾Measuring spoon and cups
◾Frying pan
◾Mixing bowl
◾Waffle iron
◾Spoon

Cooking Instructions:

Melt the coconut oil in a double boiler by boiling water in the bottom half. Make sure the oil is completely melted, then add your BHO concentrate until it is mixed well with the oil. This is an important step because it makes sure the marijuana is bycarboxylated, and it helps it taste better. (Perfectly blended BHO and coconut oil is what makes it stoner waffles.) Once done, remove from heat and allow it to cool.

Next, fry your bacon until crispy and chop it into bits. Place it where you won’t eat it – you’ll need it later. Meanwhile, mix your eggs with the BHO coconut oil. Whisk it lightly- no need to overbeat. Pour the milk in and whisk it some more. Add in your pancake mix, whisk, then add your cheese. The last ingredient to add is your bacon. Mix this in with your whisk as well.

Prepare your waffle iron by heating it on medium-high. Pour in your mixture in half-cup increments. Close the cover and let your iron work its magic. Remove when golden brown. (You should see steam coming out of the sides, and cheese trickling out.)

It is important to cook these waffles thoroughly so that you get all of the BHO goodness.

Yield: Four cheesy, savory waffles filled with weed. As a reminder, do not eat the entire recipe in one sitting. Invite some friends, or freeze the rest and heat up more later.

by Robert Bergman, founder of ilovegrowingmarijuana.com. Robert has been growing cannabis passionately for over 20 years and shares the insights of how to grow weed to help educate growers to avoid mistakes and to fully capitalize on a bud’s potential.