Bite-size cake pops and truffles deliver satisfying doses of THC along with indulgent flavors, so it’s no mystery why they’ve become so popular. Invented by Bakerella in 2008, the cake pop craze started with post on a small blog and spread like wildfire.
Cake pops allow for elaborate decorations and shaping, making it possible to craft all sorts of whimsical creations out of cake crumbs mixed with glaze and coated with icing. You can make Rum Reefer Raisin Cake Pops at home with this wonderful recipe from Chef For Higher.
Of course, there’s tons of cannabis-infused cake pops, cake balls and cake truffles on the market today, so keep your eye out for these favorite brands in your local dispensary or request them by name!
Deliciously dank, Miss Mary Jane’s cake pops deliver a proper dose.
Mixed with chocolate caramel cannabis buttercream, the Chocolate Turtle cake pop consists of moist cake coated in semi-sweet chocolate and dipped in chopped pecans. Miss Mary Jane delivers a deliciously dosed bite, available with either 60 mg or 120 mg of THC. Additional flavors include Cookies & Cream and Carrot Cake Pops, along with Chocolate Caramel, Lemon Cream and Red Velvet cake truffles, all available at finer dispensaries in Southern California.
These ice cream cones are really cannabis cake pops!
Delightfully decorated, these cake pops are disguised as mini ice cream cones! Infused with high doses of solventless ice water hash and baked with mostly organic ingredients, Starfire Edibles specializes in medicated doughnuts, along with these creative cake pops that range from 75 to 250 mg of THC for those with an immense tolerance for weed food.
Try the sampler from The Nutty Baker, which features all four delectable flavors.
Hand-crafted with no preservatives, the Nutty Baker delivers sublime cake truffles dosed at 25 milligrams of THC each. Try the assorted package, which contains Red Velvet, Mint Chip, Chocolate Chip and Vanilla cake truffles for 100 mg total. Available at Northern California dispensaries, these treats are sure to please!
You’ll be craving a glass of hemp milk along with this peanut butter-and-jelly cake ball.
After a Third Place win
at the Michigan Medical Cannabis Cup in 2015, the “Got Milk?” Cake Ball impressed judges with its delicious peanut butter-and-jelly flavor profile. Dosed at 70 mg of THC, this cake ball is intended for Michigan patients with a high tolerance.
An up-and-coming cannabis baker made these cake pops with flair!
This small-batch bakery specializes in cannabis-infused gourmet treats including darling cake pops and doughnuts. Follow @Snooglifeco
on Instagram to see more of their adorable treats!
Cake pops with a Snickers-inspired flavor profile from Sweetheart Medibles.
Creating homemade gourmet confections available to medical patients in Michigan, Rebecca from Sweetheart Medibles focuses on classic comfort food with these Snickers-inspired cake pops. Look for her cake pops along with brownies, chocolates and other baked goods in the Ann Arbor area.
Dosed with 80 milligrams of THC from CO2 oil, these vanilla cake pops have so little of a cannabis taste that you can barely tell they’re medicated! Pollen Nation garnishes each cake pop with granules of bee pollen, and both chocolate and vanilla flavors come in either Sativa or Indica varieties for daytime or nighttime use. Look for these cake pops in Santa Cruz and San Francisco Bay Area dispensaries.
Taste the rainbow.
A new cake pop company, Iggy Pops features 10 different flavors including Panama Red Velvet, Orange Crush and Strawberry Cough Cake. Also dosed at 111 milligrams of THC, Iggy Pops can be found in the Los Angeles area.
The amazing cake balls are gluten-free!
These gluten-free cake balls taste amazingly moist and sumptuous, plus each ball contains 30 mg of THC in either Indica or Sativa options. Available in a wide variety of inventive flavors such as Pink Lemonade, Peanut Butter Cup and Maple Pecan Coconut, these cake balls are truly for those in high society! Look for High Society gluten-free cake balls in Southern California dispensaries.