Bite-sized morsels sure to be a hit at your next brunch.
If you’re looking for a sweet little morsel with nostalgic appeal, look no further than the bonbon cookie. According to the “Betty Crocker Cooky Book,” where I discovered the recipe, this cookie was simply all the rage between 1955-1960. These bite-sized cookies have the visual appeal of bonbons, but a pleasant, buttery, shortbread-like flavor.
I’m fairly certain that bonbon cookies were never intended to be adapted into a cannabis-infused treat, and that’s what makes this recipe so fun. Making these cookies will make you feel like Donna Reed with a dark side. The earthy flavor of cannabutter works nicely with the sweetness of the icing, making for a thoroughly enjoyable edible experience.
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