Cannabis-Infused Treats to Toast on Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving can be stressful. But you have options beyond taking a drag in the car and sharing that smoky aroma with the family. Instead, spread some THC-infused butter on some buns.

Also, if a large family gathering isn’t your thing and a Friendsgiving or Danksgiving potluck the following Sunday is more your vibe, consider bringing packaged tetrahydrocannabinol gravy for that fried turkey and mashies. You will surely hit a high note when you toast and thank your friends.

However you celebrate this week, we’ve got you covered with a list of cannabis-filled treats, and a couple of hemp and CBD treats, too.

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Mint Cafe makes a sheet of cornbread with 100 milligrams of THC for $15.

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Do you like to start the day with hors d’oeuvres or charcuterie boards? If so, spread some cream cheese on some Treatos, a crunchy THC-infused snack made with kale, lemon, red pepper, and spices. Each chip contains approximately 10 milligrams of THC. Packets contain 10 chips and cost $12. Pick up a bag of Treats at Arizona Organix in Glendale.

While at Arizona Organix, you can buy THC-infused popcorn, pretzels, or pecans for your guests to munch on while watching parades or professional sports.

If your friends or family are seeking the benefits of the magical plant but don’t want the psychoactive high that comes with it, you can serve up CBD-infused food extracted from hemp, which contains no more than 0.3 percent THC.

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Adrianne Goudeau, owner of OMG Goudness, sells Hemp Spicy Cauliflower Mix, a blend of cauliflower, cucumbers, bell peppers, and spices, for $30 a jar.

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OMG Goudness’ Spicy Hemp Cauliflower Mix, a blend of cauliflower, cucumbers, bell peppers and spices, makes a tasty snack or side dish. Each jar is made here in the Valley and sells for $30. OMG Goudness also offers hemp-infused peanut butter that can be used to make peanut turkey satay or a peanut sauce for lettuce appetizers.

Hempful Farms Hemp Honey contains 300 milligrams of CBD per jar. Glaze your favorite snacks like Chex cereal and nuts with honey, and be sure to save some for glazing ham and crackers, too.

Housed inside the 12,000-square-foot Mint Cannabis dispensary in Guadalupe, Mint Cafe offers a variety of marijuana-infused Thanksgiving sides, sides and desserts. Choose a 16-ounce package of THC-infused cranberry sauce, garlic herb butter, or salsa for the perfect finishing touch to your Thanksgiving dish. Each packet is loaded with 100 milligrams of THC and costs $15.

The cafe also makes a cornbread sheet that spreads 100 milligrams of THC in an 8-inch square pan. It will easily serve four people.

If you can’t make it to the cafeteria – we all know how hectic “Green Wednesday” can be – you can order infused food and a couple of pre-rolled blunts via the dispensary’s website or app. With any $50 purchase, the Mint offers free delivery within a 10-mile radius of the store near Baseline Road and Priest Drive.

All food and condiments are cooked inside the Mint Cafe’s kitchen in full view, behind a large glass and wood partition next to the showroom. So while you wait in line to buy medicine, paraphernalia or gifts, you can witness cannabis chefs cook firsthand.. Mint Cafe’s Thanksgiving menu items are available in limited batches, and while the dispensary will be open on Thanksgiving, the shop suggests picking up the THC-infused sides before the holidays.

The pumpkin-infused pecan pies, each about 5 inches in diameter, will be available at Mint Dispensary locations throughout the Valley.

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For Thanksgiving, Mint Cafe offers THC-infused pumpkin and pecan pies.

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At Lez Get Baked bakery in Mesa, owner Kaleigh Marks is taking orders for pumpkin spice muffins. Here, customers can order non-infused, THC-infused, or hemp-based nano-CBD treats. Customers must provide their own cannabis which Marks will transform into beautiful baked goods.

“The benefit of supplying your own cannabis is that you know exactly what grade of weed you’re using and whether it’s sativa, indica, or hybrid,” says Marks.

The expert baker recently designed an infused cake perfect for a cannabis-friendly Friendsgiving party. It looked like an oversized blunt with green pistachios imitating marijuana buds. Marks is only accepting special orders at this time, and suggests that Valley residents place their orders as soon as possible before the holidays.

Toasting runs rampant on Thanksgiving, and some cannabis people don’t like to mix alcohol with weed. So whether it’s a celebration with fine crystal stemware or red plastic, you can be thankful for non-alcoholic THC-infused drinks.

Keef Classic Sodas are THC-infused soft drinks in thirst-quenching flavors like Original Cola, Bubba Kush Root Beer, Orange Kush, Blue Razz, Purple Passion, and Mr. Puffer. While recreational Keef Classics contain 10 milligrams of THC, medical Keef Classics are more potent. You can find these carbonated drinks at various dispensaries throughout the Valley, starting at $6 each.

For those who prefer to toast their turkey with a glass of wine, Phoenix-based Sweet Dreams Vineyard, which earned recognition for the best local cannabis beverages in our Best of Phoenix 2022, makes a THC-infused non-alcoholic wine. . Cannabernet is a bold sip of red wine. It is available in a 770-milliliter bottle containing 100 milligrams of THC for $38 and a smaller 210-milliliter bottle for $18.

“We truly hope to create a cannabis revolution here in Arizona,” Sweet Dreams Vineyard founder Bill Gibbs says in a prepared statement.

People who want to continue the party afterwards will love Marijuarita by Sweet Dreams. The vineyard’s version of a classic margarita replaces the alcohol with 100 milligrams of THC. Like Cannabernet, this non-alcoholic cocktail is available in 770-milliliter and 210-milliliter bottles.

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THC-infused treats don’t stop at food this Thanksgiving.

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The Mint Cafe offers a cranberry-flavored Happy Hour drink with 75 milligrams of THC and 25 milligrams of CBD, meaning it has the best of both worlds. The carbonated and sour energy drink sells for $16 a can.

So now that we’ve got a plateful of snacks and a turkey dinner on the way, let’s raise our glasses and toast to a weed-infused Thanksgiving.

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