Take Your Cooking to New Heights With These Marijuana-Infused Pantry Items

Author: Zenna Wilberg

With cannabis-infused products becoming much more common and less taboo, there are some downright gourmet foods on the market. Here are a few of them and their uses.

Honey: THC-infused honey from the Colorado Cannabis Company is perfect addition to your morning tea or toast, and it's also locally sourced.

Chocolate bars: There are three decadent chocolate bars available from The Future of Cannabis, that contain added THC. The orange milk chocolate and peppermint dark chocolate have 42 mg of THC per piece. If you're looking for something a little less intense, the birthday cake white chocolate contains only 8 mg per piece.

Olive oil: Olive oil from San Francisco-based Pot d'Huile is locally sourced, and contains 1 mg of THC per ml, for easy measuring.

Coffee: The Mad Hatter Coffee and Tea Company carries a huge range of THC-infused products, with more than 30 types that boast varying intensities.

Fruit chews: Definitely not your kids' gummies, Incredibles makes a variety of THC-infused fruit chews. With flavors like champagne, cinnamon, licorice, and blue raspberry, these gummies contain a range of varying potencies.

Source: Food & Wine

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