Six Cannabis Sweets for Your Sweetie

Valentine’s Day looms large, so if you still haven’t planned anything now’s the time. Why not whip up a bud-blessed batch of one of these Cannabis Now edible recipes?


Trying to pull together the perfect Valentine’s Day gift for your special person can be a bit nerve wracking experience if you’re still in the planning stages so close to the date. Should you get them something safe and predictable like a box of chocolates and glitzy jewelry, opt for something fun like a handful of pre-rolls full of their favorite strains paired a stash of their go-to munchies or just keep it low key with a sentimental card, a romantic message and a stuffed animal? Decisions, decisions.

Whatever you decide on, there’s always a tried-and-true way to get to any cannabis lover’s heart and that’s with delicious, homemade desserts infused with marijuana. We know you already have a bomb brownie recipe up your sleeve, but take a look at some of these sweets and get inspired to step outside of the box for this year’s love celebration.

Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies Sit Alongside a Beautiful Nug

Chew Chocolope Chocolate Protein Cookies

These cookies incorporate decarboxylated Chocolope kief instead of cannabutter or cannaoil, which really deepens the intense chocolate coffee and spice flavors of the earthy sativa strain. Chocolate is the universal language of Valentine’s Day, so this recipe is a healthy and surprisingly tasty alternative for someone who really loves and secretly expects a box of chocolate as a gift but it trying to improve their eating habits.

Super Lemon Haze Lavender Cupcakes

All you need is one bowl to make this super easy recipe that beautifully combines the subtle floral taste of lavender with the bright, citrus flavor of lemon for a light and uplifting dessert perfect for a post-brunch afternoon treat. If you can’t find Super Lemon Haze, you can also substitute other similar tasting strains you may have on hand or more access to like regular Lemon Haze, Lemon Kush or Red-Headed Stranger.

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Blueberry Kush Muffin

Nothing says love like breakfast served in bed. Wake up early and whip up this batch of fruity baked goods for your sweetheart or pack some away to take with you on a romantic picnic if the weather is warm enough where you live. This recipe doubles down on the blueberries by using both the strain and the fruit to maximize the berry flavor. Choose this wake and baked good if you have low key plans or else the indica effects might take you by surprise later on.

Strawberry Cough Firecracker Recipe Cannabis Now

Strawberry Cough Torta Firecracker

DIe-hard vapers will love this ABV (already been vaped) recipe that gives herb a second life in the form of a deliciously sweet edible. This variation on the firecracker recipe uses fresh strawberries and creamy almond butter to recreate a classic taste with a fruity spin. If you don’t have any ABV flower to use, you can substitute Strawberry Cough kief for the same flavor.

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Vanilla Kush English Toffee

Don’t be intimidated by this multi-step recipe. It’s definitely worth the effort to skip the candy shop and make your own english toffee at home with cannabutter. Not only will you instantly taste the difference, but you will have the ability to customize this dessert to your heart’s content by dressing them with a mix of crushed nuts, a drizzle of honey or chocolate or anything else that strikes your fancy. Let your imagination run wild and be creative.

Marbled Marijuana Brownie Bars

Okay, you don’t have to throw away the brownie idea entirely — just step it up a couple notches with this classy twist on a quintessential recipe. You can keep it easy by using packaged brownie mix from the grocery store or going all out by creating your dry mix from scratch, just don’t forget to substitute regular butter with cannabutter or cannaoil.

TELL US, will you be sharing edibles with your valentine this year?

K. Astre is a California writer with a global appetite for art, music and culture. She fuels her creativity with tea, yoga, meditation and, of course, cannabis.

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