Have you ever had an edible that gave you munchies for the very edible that gave you the munchies in the first place? That sentence didn’t make much sense, but I swear it did when I wrote it down in my Notes app…when I was stoned.
But, I digress. The point is that, this week, I tried Sins re Chocolates caramel peanut bites for the first time and I am quite over the moon for them. It certainly doesn’t help that I have a weakness for peanuts and chocolate, and the caramel is the cherry on top. Unfortunately, chocolate peanut snacks are exactly what I crave when I’m stoned, so I may have ingested way more than I should have and got entirely too high.
Let me explain.
As usual, I was on the hunt for a new edible to try and as soon as I laid my eyes on that bag of goodies, it was love at first sight.
I saved these edibles for a Friday night after a stressful week of work, when I was able to truly kick back, relax, and enjoy the high of someone who has nothing better to do.
After ruining the food a few too many times, I’ve been banned by my roommate from cooking or doing anything that requires more than two brain cells to rub together. So, these days, I mostly stick to rewatching episodes of “Futurama” or trying to guess the culprit in “Unusual Suspects” (the show, not the film). Thus, I popped one of the bites into my mouth and settled in for whatever the evening had to bring.
These bites come with 10 milligrams of THC apiece, and, for lightweight self, really packed a punch. These chocolates are a hybrid strain, and they ended up giving me a total body high. A cozy buzz was running through my brain folds (thank you again, Notes app) and I could not stop laughing at the corniest jokes “Futurama” had to offer. Like choke laughing to where I am surprised I didn’t die. Between the Belgian milk chocolate, crisp peanuts, sticky caramel, and delicious nougat, I was in stoned heaven.
And, that’s where my troubles began.
Like I said earlier: these bites will give you the munchies. Bad. Like, your kitchen cupboard, fridge, and freezer may be in danger of being emptied, so I highly suggest taking this edible under tight supervision of a sober friend who will yell at you if you try to eat the last of the ice cream.
I, having long ago eaten my remaining ice cream, turned to my bag of Sins re Chocolates instead. I ended up getting so stoned, I have no memories of much afterward. At some point, I must have fallen asleep because I woke up several hours later with my hand still stuffed inside my Sins re Chocolates bag, only a few bites left.
What I’m trying to say is that these Sins re Chocolates caramel peanut bites are damn near perfection. Clearly, even my half-awake stoned self agreed with that. Next time you have trouble sleeping or want to enjoy a corny 1990s/ early-2000s TV show, give one of these chocolate treats a go. Or two. Or three.