Infused Olives

In a large cast-iron pan, toss to combine olives, garlic, lemon zest, infused oil and black pepper. Spread in single layer…

Infused Vegan Asian Aioli

To make the dressing, combine the mustard, vinegar, honey, salt and pepper in a blender. Slowly add the oils while blending…

Weed-glazed Lavender Honey Duck

For those wary of preparing duck, just think of it as dark meat chicken with more fat and flavor. The fat, though, renders off as it cooks.

Infused Shakshuka

This Israeli dish is even more satisfying with a high CBD oil to ease discomfort or a THC tincture that relaxes but keeps you alert.

Instant Medicated Rotisserie Ramen

The richness from the skin and bones provides the full-bodied mouthfeel of good chicken stock. Feel free to use quality ramen over the cheap, college-dorm staple.

Zucchini Chitarra Cacio de Pepe

Change the texture and flavor of vegetables by spiralizing them into noodles. Then you can add just about any infused sauce.

Melissa’s Medicated Lemon Loaf

This recipe imparts a lemony flavor in the cake and icing. Serve it solo, with a tall glass of sun-made ice tea or freshly squeezed lemonade. It’s also ideal with strawberries or strawberry sorbet.

Grilled Watermelon Salad with CBD Vinaigrette

To make the dressing, combine the mustard, vinegar, honey, salt and pepper in a blender. Slowly add the oils while blending…

Infused Za’atar Aioli

In a food processor, pulse egg yolk, garlic, thyme, sesame seeds, lime juice, salt, sumac, salt, grains of paradise…

Infused Chocolate Chunk Shortbread

The salted top, sugared rim and nicely distributed chocolate makes this best-ever chocolate chip cookie a true standout.

Rotisserie Lettuce Cups, Charred Ramps and Pistachios

Your lettuce cups have never been this happily infused, especially among those eschewing carbs and anyone who wants a lighter, flavorful dish.

Carrot Steaks, Feta, Greens and Almonds

Be sure to use big, fat carrots to pull off the steak look. Any vegetable that can be sliced into a “steak” can stand in for this quick dish.

Maple Butter Cinnamon Weed Bread

Sometimes a quickie is all you need to satisfy an urge—or an obligation known as guests. This kitchen hack gets the job done.

Killer Chocolate Almond Butter Toffee

Not gonna lie—this one’s a time suck so do laundry or binge-watching a show. Be sure the recipient is toffee-worthy. It’s mind-blowingly delicious.

Smoky Medicated Aioli

In food processor, pulse yolks, shallot, pimenton, garlic, salt and lemon juice. With motor running, add oils in a steady…

Cannabis-Stuffed and Dusted Whole Fish

Using kitchen shears, cut off the fish’s top fins and the fins just behind the gills. Rinse the fish well inside and out…

Shallot-infused Canna Oil

You’ll want to drizzle it on everything. One of our favorites: Make hollandaise sauce with it and serve with the crispy shallots.

Deviled Eggs

Here’s the classic party food that’s even better infused. Chef Brandon Baltzley prefers to make his own mayo but he won’t give you the stink eye for choosing store-bought.

Spaghetti Squash with Red Sauce

Chicago Chef Iliana Regan is known for her Michelin-star restaurant but at home, she cooks cannabis-infused dishes for her mom.

Herb Roasted Turkey

Don’t listen to those who say a turkey doesn’t need a brine. It adds flavor and ensures a moist bird unless you cook the crap out of it. Then nothing can save it.

Vadouvan Cannabis Cashews

A sultry Indian spice that’s been Franco-fied does the trick for cashews (just toss the nuts in cannabutter with vadouvan and roast) but a generous dusting on chicken or steak before roasting gives the protein…

Sweet Potato Gnocchi with Lemon Pesto

Any chance your nonna might be proud of you for turning out pillowy soft gnocchi and successfully infusing weed into the dish?