5 edibles that show how stoners have grown up
from 'sweet mary jane'
Illustration By Liz Riccardi
Nowadays, it seems as if the stoner stigma has been lifted. As more and more states legalize medical and recreational cannabis use, there has been a simultaneous emergence of weed-fueled creativity—and thus a culinary art scene of sorts has been born. What a time to be alive.
One of the leaders in cannabis cuisine is in Boulder, Colorado: Sweet Mary Jane bakery. Since opening the outlet five years ago, chef Karin Lazarus, who New York Magazine called the "Martha Stewart of weed baking," has been elevating space cakes and pot brownies far past their mere munchie status. Today, Lazarus is releasing Sweet Mary Jane: 75 Delicious Cannabis-Infused High-End Desserts, and which will undoubtedly inspire millennials to become expert bakers.
Click through the gallery to see five of her most delicious marijuana-infused recipes, as well as her directions for cannabis-infused butter (Buddha Butta), sugar (Hey Sugar!), and coconut oil (Coconut Bliss), in celebration of the book's release. You can order Sweet Mary Jane here.
At press time, 23 states and the District of Columbia currently have laws legalizing marijuana in some form. See what laws govern your state here.