Hi! Keira Fae with Weedmaps here for another fulfilling and satisfying snack stuffed with weed: Cornet Rolls!
Cornet Rolls are named after the brass instrument, sharing a similar horn shape. When I was living in Japan, I had a long commute to work, and because of the hustle and bustle, I hardly had the chance to bake. Every morning I would get a “savory cornet roll” filled with ham, turkey, cheese, and avocado from a bakery located by the train station. When I moved back to the states, I decided to continue my ham and turkey habit by making my own rolls.
- 1 pack premade dough (crescent rolls)
- Sliced ham
- Sliced turkey
- Shredded cheese
- 1 avocado (8 slices)
- 2 tsp of infused butter
- Cutting board
- Cutting knife
- Aluminum foil
- Microwave safe bowl
- Two teaspoons of our infused butter recipe contains 100mg of THC. This recipe makes eight cornet rolls. Each cornet rolls contains 13mg of THC.
Step 1: Roll It Up (8 of ‘em)
Preheat oven to 350F. Open the crescent roll package and lay out all eight triangle shaped pieces of dough onto your cutting board. Using aluminum foil, make eight cone shapes. Make sure not to wrap the dough too tight; you need to leave some space to pull the foil out. Carefully wrap each crescent roll around an aluminum foil cone.
Place all eight rolls in the oven for 10 minutes.
Once your rolls are nice and toasted, take them out of the oven and set aside to cool.
After rolls have properly cooled, gently remove the foil cones.
Step 2: Stuff It!
Now it’s time for the filling. Add cheese to microwave safe bowl. Slice infused butter and place on top of the cheese.
Place bowl in the microwave for 30 seconds. Once completely melted, stir until combined and smooth.
Fill each roll halfway with cheesy cannabis-infused goodness.
Then, fill each roll with a slice of avocado.
Lastly, fill each roll with sliced ham and turkey.
Step 3: Enjoy!
You’re all done! I love this recipe for its simplicity and fulfilling nature. A true double threat, a fancy finger sandwich filled with cheese and meat like a burrito. Business on the outside, party on the inside. These cheesy, meaty rolls are great for brunch. Throw together a side salad, a couple mimosas, and have a nice, relaxing little Sunday with some friends!
Photos Courtesy of Stephen Panosian