Indulge in this fabulous, decadent snack to make cooking with cannabis quick and simple. These No-Bake Cannabis Peanut Butter Bars will get you baked – without the oven. Made with just a few ingredients and ready in minutes, these chocolate peanut butter bars are the perfect treat for when you’re in the mood for something sweet and satisfying.
Sometimes, you want a rich, chocolatey, decadent snack infused with cannabis. And sometimes, you don’t want to have to spend all day being Martha Stewart in the kitchen.
Enter no-bake dessert recipes. We found this delicious No Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Bar recipe and knew it could easily be one of the best, most simple edibles we’ve ever made – and boy, were we right.
All you need is some salted butter, graham crackers, powdered sugar, peanut butter, chocolate chips, and an infused chocolate bar of your choice. No oven necessary.
The ingredients in no-bake bars like this one are held together by the mixture of peanut butter and sugar, which acts as a binding agent. The peanut butter provides both flavor and structure, while the sweetener helps to create a chewy texture.
Chilling them before serving is key to getting that classic dessert bar texture, so be sure not to skip that step. The no-bake process makes these bars a convenient and easy-to-make cannabis-infused dessert option, especially if you’re aiming to serve a crowd and want to prepare something beforehand.
What we love at Hennep about these no-bake bars is that they are so easily customizable. You can swap or add a variety of ingredients and flavors to suit your taste and dietary needs.
For instance, if you don’t have graham cracker crumbs or want to try something different, you could use a variety of cookies or biscuits to form the crust, such as:
You could also swap the peanut butter for another creamy nut butter of your choice, such as cashew butter, hazelnut butter, pecan butter, cookie butter, coconut butter, and so much more!
If you really want to get fancy, you could even sprinkle some sea salt on top of your cannabis peanut butter bars before freezing for a sweet-and-salty combo – if you’re into that. The possibilities are endless.
The type of infused chocolate you choose will make or break your experience with this recipe. Remember, everyone experiences cannabis differently so be sure to select cannabis chocolate that you know you enjoy.
At Hennep, we carry plenty of chocolate edibles for you to choose from, including Kiva’s Dark Chocolate Bar and Midnight Mint Dark Chocolate Bar, Terra’s Blueberry Bites Chocolate, and Incredibles’ Peanut Butter Buddha Buddha Chocolate Bar.
We’d recommend the Dark Chocolate Bar or the Peanut Butter Buddha Buddha Chocolate bar for this recipe. However, if you experiment with this recipe, we can definitely see the other ones working just as well, such as with an Oreo crust and Mint Dark chocolate or pecan butter with Blueberry Bites!
Another important aspect of this No-Bake Cannabis Peanut Butter Bar recipe is the texture. Blending your chocolate well and layering correctly will give you a great shape on your bars. However, the crust is important too!
We recommend blending your graham crackers in a food processor to make the texture really fine. However, if you’re feeling lazy, you can throw them in a Ziploc and crush them and it should work just as well.
Overall, you can’t go wrong with the delicious flavors of chocolate, peanut butter, and graham crackers. Add in some of your favorite cannabis and you’ll have to hold yourself back from munching through these (seriously, don’t do that in one sitting).
If you make this no-bake cannabis dessert bar recipe, be sure to tag us on Instagram (@shophennep) and show us how it turned out!
It’s a good thing these bars are so quick and easy to make because after having just one I can easily think of about a dozen other flavor combinations I’d want to try! I’m thinking crushed pretzels next…
These PB no bake bars are so easy to make and SO DELISH! The perfect combo of peanut butter and chocolate – a match made in heaven
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