October 28, 2023 08:00 am ETEstimated Read Time: 4 Minutes
Chocolates, baked treats, and gummies are the most common types of cannabis-infused edibles. But, why? The biggest reason is that these foods are heavy in infused oils and sugar meaning they can better mask the strong flavors of cannabis extracts. Thanks to recent innovations in food and infusion science, however, new and exciting unusual edibles are now on the market!
The emergence of more diverse options for cannabis edibles presents consumers with creative and delicious new ways to enjoy cannabis cuisine. For the culinary experimenter looking to expand their palette, here is a list of the more unusual offerings available in the market of cannabis edibles.
Ocean Breeze Condiments
North Massachusetts cannabis company, Ocean Breeze recently released a line of cannabis-infused condiments perfect for your next sandwich or French fries. Providing options like ketchup, mustard, and barbecue sauce, these single-serving pouches contain five milligrams of THC. These condiments will help you sauce up your favorite foods while also providing all the benefits of cannabis consumption.
Cloud Creamery’s Pina Colada Sorbet
Cloud Creamery offers an array of cannabis-infused ice cream flavors. Their non-alcoholic pina colada sorbet is both vegan and gluten-free but doesn’t skimp out on flavor. Made with coconut milk, this sorbet is more on the creamy side. Enjoy it as a dessert or mid-afternoon snack to combat that late-summer heat. Let the taste of pineapple, coconut, and the relaxing effects of cannabis take you to paradise.
Sweet Jane Salsa
Since 2015, Sweet Jane has been on a mission to redefine the world of cannabis edibles. The company’s gourmet edibles are available all across the country. They feature premium, medical-grade ingredients — carefully crafted to provide a comprehensive cannabinoid experience.
With a focus on capturing the optimal therapeutic benefits of cannabis, these products deliver high-quality medicinal experiences by preserving 98% of the cannabinoids, terpenes, and other beneficial compounds that contribute to a full-flower, holistic experience. Use this salsa on a taco or burrito for an experience of elevated edible experience.
TSUMo Snacks’ Chili Limon Tortilla Strips
TSUMo Snacks’ bold offerings take munching to the next level. Fans of Takis will be familiar with the flavorful blend of chili and lime that makes their Chili Limon Tortilla Strips a flavor powerhouse. Each chip bag contains 100 milligrams of THC, so be careful. TSUMo Snacks’ recommends that you only eat their chips in 10-milligram servings to avoid an uncomfortable high.
With other products like the Snoop-endorsed onion crisps, salsa verde chips, and cinnamon sugar churro strips — TSUMo Snacks’ full offering of satisfying, shareable social snacks will certainly become the rage at your next (age 21 and up) picnic, movie night, or chill session.
Left-Handed Brand’s Ramen Seasoning
Use Left-Handed Brand’s line of seasonings and other cooking ingredients to both spice up and “heighten” your next dish. The company’s name is inspired by an outdated term for a cannabis joint, the “left-handed cigarette”. Their ramen seasoning is plant-based and infused with ten milligrams of THC per serving. It contains a blend of delicious spices, such as garlic powder, marjoram, and ginger.
But wait, there’s more! Not only is Left-Handed Brand’s ramen seasoning an excellent addition to your favorite noodle dish, but, it can also be used to spice up your salad, chili, or popcorn. Give this seasoning a try and enjoy a relaxing body high and a euphoric head high.
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ButACake’s Beverage-Enhancing Elixirs
ButACake is Delaware’s first minority woman-owned edibles brand. The company is on a mission “to provide customers with a discreet and delicious way to consume cannabis, while also promoting responsible and safe use”.
ButACake’s elixirs are perfect for anyone who appreciates a fun bevy. Use them to add delicious flavor and a dose of THC to any drink. The company’s elixirs come in two flavors, peach and hibiscus. Each elixir bottle comes with 40 milligrams of THC. ButACake also offers a variety of baked goods, like cookies and PB&J brownies, as well as oral dissolvable strips.
Cannabis edibles no longer need to be restricted to the realm of dessert items. With a synergy involving food science innovations and creative cannabis enthusiasts, a new era of cannabis consumption is on the rise. From condiments to ice cream to seasoning, there are many new envelope-pushing products joining the market. The items featured on this list are not only unique in their approach to cannabinoid delivery, but they are also unique in being vegan-friendly options.
The ever-evolving cannabis industry is surging with novel products, and it is exciting to explore the unconventional world of emerging unusual edibles, which has come to offer consumers much more flavor diversity beyond sugary indulgences.
Sheldon Sommer is a Southern Californian philosopher with a lifelong interest in the biological world. She is enthusiastic to contribute her fascination with philosophy, natural history, psychology, botany, biochemistry and other related topics to providing cannabis education for the similarly curious. Outside of writing, she enjoys painting, singing opera and Taylor Swift songs, as well as spending quality time with a certain beloved orange kitty cat.
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