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!
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.
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