Sweet Mary Jane started out as an edible bakery in Colorado, catering to MMJ patients. Since they had the best sweets and drinks around, this sweet little shop quickly became hugely popular and founder Karin Lazarus decided to take her flavors pubic. By creating a high-end and beautiful cannabis coffee table cookbook, she opened edibles up for all, not just in Colorado. Touted as “the Martha Stewart of weed baking” by New York Magazine, this book arrived to us just in time to get cooking and get high!
Packed with recipes that are unique and innovative, the book takes you on a decadent dessert journey that is made better only by the addition of weed. Some awesome creations include:
- Good Day Sunshine gluten-free bars
- Carrot Cake Cookies
- Just Peachy Coffee Cake
- French Toast Cupcakes
- Four and Twenty Apple Pie
- Pot Tarts
- Sweet Temptation Mango Sorbet
- Pumpkin Flan with Pumpkin Seed Praline
- Baked Meringue Pomegranate Apples
- Malted Milk Truffles
In addition to incredible cannabis creations, Sweet Mary Jane has detailed instructions on dosing and creating weed infusions. If you’re starting out with edibles, it’s important to start slow.
We’re so happy to have found this cookbook because it was stuffed with incredible edible treats to enjoy! Making for a perfect couple of weekend culinary adventures followed by stoned explorations, Sweet Mary Jane is a new staple in our kitchen. I know I’ll be making the Rosewater Baklava next time. Who knew getting high could be so fancy?
Photos: Povy Kendal Atchison, Sweet Mary Jane, Karin Lazarus and Penguin Random House
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