This 100 year old is so yummy but is still super easy that even a novice can make it!. These are great for people with nut allergies as well!
It is traditional to make this all with your hands, however at Budzu we are lovers of modern technology and we totally recommend using a mixer or hand held mixer to make it quicker and more fun. But if you like to get your hands dirty go for it!
Pot Sugar Cookie Recipe Using Dried Weed
Kitchenaid mixer OR and hand mixer with standard mixing attachments
2 x Medium size bowls
Sifter ( preferred but if you don’t have one it still works fine)
Measuring cup full standard set of 1/4, 1/3,1/2, 3/4 & 1cup.
Measuring spoon set full standard set of 1/8,1/4,1/2,1tsp,1tble
Wooden Spoon or Spatula
Baking paper or parchment paper
Recipe makes 15 crescent shaped or 1 dozen medium cookies
300g of unsalted cultured butter – softened
200g white sugar
vanilla essence 2tbs – 3 tbs if want it more vanilla tasting
pinch of salt
1/4 Ounce to 3/4 ounce of dried flower. The potency of the product is also to be noted and your condition. The number of cookies will vary also when you use more dried flower.
Preheat the oven to 325 degrees F (165 degrees C). Grease cookie baking tray or line with parchment paper.
Beat butter and sugar until creamy. Add the vanilla extract and mix again until the golden brown essence colour is mixed though.
Add the salt and eggs and mix.
Add in the finely chopped weed in small batches and make sure it is all mixed into the wet mixture as best as possible.
Slowly add the flour by the spoon full and mixing well and slowly. When its consistency is like dough, kneed to form little cookies that are as thick as you like it and then cut out with cookie cuts to make all shapes. (We made them thicker than usual but we like heavy biscuts.)
Place on the baking tray and space apart as they will spread. Place full into oven.
When slightly browned on edges remove from oven and cool on wire rack until cool to touch.
When cooled, decorate as desired. We used white icing sugar and sprinkles all over and made a large mess but it was fun!.
Depending on the occasion you can make these into any shape you want or you can roll a section of this mixture into a log and wrap that log in Baking paper or parchment paper and store in the freezer for a couple of months.