The Brothers Green

Brad + Brendan are more than passionate about hemp.


Hemp is one of the most versatile, sustainable and nutritious plants known to our species and we are so excited to be working with The Brothers Green. Hemp became legal in NZ in November 2018 and together with Brothers Green we are on the forefront of educating NZ’s community on hemp and how you can incorporate it into your everyday lives.
In today’s world we are dealing with the everyday health problems faced by all members of society. Whether you’re stuck in a cycle of chronic illness and ill health or stress + tiredness. The tools to deal with these issues, such as antibiotics + pills, would often treat the symptom of their illness. Whereas, hemp treats the root of the problem.
Get amongst hemp and learn more about it can heal you by coming along to our HEMP WORKSHOP with hemp experts Brothers Green

Hemp PB Jam Drop Cookies



Cookie Dough:
1c oats 
1/2c hemp flour or protein
3/4c dates, soaked in boiling water for 5-10mins 
1/3c peanut butter 
4 tbsp coconut oil 
2 tbsp water 
1 tsp vanilla bean paste or extract 
1/4 tsp salt 

1c raspberries, defrosted or fresh  
2 tbsp chia seeds 



In a blender or a stick blender blitz the raspberries up until you have a paste. Fold through the chia seeds and leave to set while you make the cookie dough. 

In a blender place the oats and hemp flour. Blend until you have a fine flour. 

Add the remaining ingredients and blend until you have a dough that sticks together nicely. 

Get a baking tray and line it with baking paper.
For each cookie, roll a 2 tbsp ball of dough and flatten it out between your hands. Place on the baking tray. With your fingers mould a well/hole in the middle of the cookie. Make sure you don’t press a hole right the way through the bottom of the cookie, otherwise the jelly will spill out.
Allow approximately 1cm of cookie dough at the base of the cookie. 

Spoon 1 tsp of jelly into the well of each cookie. 

Serve immediately or keep in an air tight container in the fridge for until 1 week. 

They can also be frozen and kept in the freezer for until 3 months. 

Rosa Flanagan