The 10 Best Cannabis Cookbooks for the Creative and Culinary

The 10 Best Cannabis Cookbooks for the Creative and Culinary

Whether for recreation or medical purposes, edibles can be a fun, convenient and discreet way to consume cannabis. Once confined to baked goods and gummies, now the marijuana culinary world includes everything from savory pasta dishes to cannabis-infused cocktails. If you’re new to cooking with marijuana or just need some new recipes to add to your collection, we have you covered on the 10 best cannabis cookbooks, featuring recipes for all tastes, budgets, and skill levels.

Our Top Ten Best Cannabis Cookbooks

1. The Official High Times Cannabis Cookbook

From the authorities on all things marijuana, this cookbook from High Times is bound to inspire the cannabis chef in everyone with its beautifully photographed edible recipes including Sativa Shrimp Spring Rolls and Pineapple Express Upside-Down cake.

2. Herb: Mastering the Art of Cooking with Cannabis by Melissa Parks & Laurie Wolf

Covering the whole spectrum of recipes including gorgeous photographs of each dish, this compilation of cannabis recipes was specifically developed to complement and downplay the taste of the herb so that each appetizer, entrée, and dessert will be enjoyed to the fullest.

3. The Ganja Kitchen Revolution by Jessica Catalano

For those cannabis users that are well versed in different strains, The Ganja Kitchen Revolution is a must-have. The cookbook includes recipes that use specific strains that enhance the flavors of the dish, including Spanish Orange Kush Sangria and Japanese Green Tea Mochi Ice Cream.

4. Baked: A Marijuana Cookbook by Ann Sidorova, Jeremy Frommer & Natasha Sydor

Aside from its engaging photographs and fool-proof approach to cooking with marijuana, Baked features over 60 recipes including healthy baked goods for those with special dietary requirements. This is one of the most gorgeous weed cookbooks we’ve seen.

5. Kief Preston’s Time-Tested Fastest Edibles Cookbook

If you’re not looking to spend hours slaving away over your cannabis delicacies, this is the go-to cookbook for you. Featuring tons of recipes that take less than 30 minutes, this is the perfect pick anybody who likes their edibles quick, easy, delicious, and chock full of THC.

6. The Cannabis Kitchen Cookbook by Robyn Griggs Lawrence

For those with a fancier palette, The Cannabis Kitchen Cookbook features elegant gourmet fare with recipes like Wild Mushroom, Cannabis, and Hazelnut Paté With Apple, Bacon, and Sage and cleverly named dishes like High Ho Pottanesca. This is one of the best cannabis cookbooks out there.

7. The 420 Gourmet by Jeffthe420Chef

After experimenting with edibles to help a friend suffering from cancer, author JeffThe420Chef created a fun and educational book that includes recipes for every meal of the day (even dessert) — which may make it a good choice for anyone looking into edibles for daily pain management.

8. Wake and Bake Cookbook by Corinne Tobias

Designed for the home cook in mind, the Wake and Bake Cookbook features more than 50 recipes complete with photos, playful commentary, and simple cooking methods. Including recipes ranging from gluten free to vegan, this step-by-step culinary guide is a great option for those new to cooking with cannabis.

9. Baked Italian: Over 50 Mediterranean Marijuana Meals by Yzabetta Sativa

If you are a lover of Italian food (who isn’t?), you’ll wonder how you ever cooked without Baked Italian. Presented in classic Italian meal structure, classic Italian dishes abound include Chicken Piccata infused with oregano oil and Lemon Panna Cotta.

10. Sweet Mary Jane by Karin Lazarus

Straight from a Colorado chef, the cleverly named Sweet Mary Jane elevates cannabis cuisine from the typical pot brownies into wholesome and nutritious meals that even your mom would be proud of. This one is among our favorite weed cookbooks.

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