Marijuana Edibles So Good They Could Pass As 'Real' Food

COLORADO: The legalization of marijuana — be it medical or recreational — in more than 20 states across the U.S. has inspired a new industry: marijuana-infused food products.

People choose to eat pot-infused treats for a variety of reasons. For some medical marijuana patients, it can be the simplest or healthiest way for them to benefit from the drug. For the recreational user, it can be a discreet and delicious way to enjoy marijuana.

Marijuana business owners — or ganjapreneurs — are nothing if they aren’t innovative, and this collection of ten sneaky pot treats disguised as everyday snacksfrom show just how clever the industry can be.


  • 1 The Kif-Kat Bar
    The Kif-Kat bar was a pot-infused candy that attracted people with more than just a sweet tooth. According to, in 2007 the DEA cracked down on this edible company, putting an end to this branding rip-off “lawsuit waiting to happen.”(photo via
  • 2
    The Krondike Bar
    If people in the ’80s were making “monkey sounds” for a Klondike bar, what would they do for a Krondike bar? The Krondike bar is a marijuana-infused ice cream product available in a variety of flavors including: Vanilla, Chocolate, Strawberry and Mint. (Photo via
  • 3
    Benilla Wafers
    A cookie that packs much more than just vanilla flavoring, the Bennilla Wafer has a spicy/earthy flavor, according to via
  • 4
    Dixie Chills
    A medical marijuana ice cream product, that contains “over 80 mg of active cannabinoids per 3.5 ounce container.” The product is lactose-free, gluten-free and vegan. Dixie Chills come in chocolate and vanilla flavors. (Photo via
  • 5
    The Kush Cake Pop
    Who doesn’t like cake on a stick?! These cakes come with a colorful outer frosting shell covered in sprinkles and are infused with pot. They come in a variety of flavors including, “Blue Dream Purple Haze, Strawberry Cough and Chocolate Thai” and many more, according to via
  • 6
    Caramel Potcorn
    The perfect treat for Fall, Mama Leary’s marijuana-infused caramel corn is for adults only. (photo via
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