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No Bakes

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These are a fast, simple, easy treat, and they taste great. There are several ways you can go about making them, depending how literally you want to take the term 'no bake'.

If you truly want no baking, then make your butter or (solid) oil on the stove-top as suggested above. Otherwise, use a small ceramic dish, and make a hash or herb oil in the oven, as directed in the first Capsule recipe. Use enough canna in the half cup of oil required, for 20 individual doses.
'Grams you have / 20 Doses = single dose quantity'. Multiply what you want to use for a single dose, by the number of doses you'll be making, to find the number of grams you need to use in the half cup of oil.

It's always best whenever you're making oil, to make more oil than you need for one recipe, if you have enough materials to do so for several future recipes. You can easily freeze the excess. There's no reason you need to make your oil fresh from scratch, each and every time you want to bake or cook an edible! It keeps very well when frozen, almost indefinitely if sealed properly.

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You will need:

- 1/2 cup clarified canna/hash butter, or a solid (such as coconut) oil

- 2 cups sugar

- 3/4 cup cocoa (powder)

- 1/2 cup milk or cream (can use cannacream )

- 1/3 cup peanut butter (can use canna peanut butter)

- 3 cups quick-cook oats

- 2 tsp vanilla extract

-wax paper

-cooking pot

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Combine sugar, cocoa, half your butter/oil and your milk in a saucepan, mix well. On medium-high heat, bring to a boil for two full minutes, only stirring briefly once or twice during this time... begin timing only after the mixture begins bubbling, or it won't be long enough. Keep an eye on it, and adjust heat if needed to prevent a boil-over.

Remove from heat, and stir in the rest of your oil, your peanut butter, and vanilla, then finally your oats.

Mix briefly, but well, and add heaping teaspoons of the mixture to wax paper.

Makes roughly 20, delicious treats. Enjoy
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