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10 Marijuana Edibles That Look Like "Real" Food


As marijuana moves mainstream, the rise in branding will come along with it. Cannabis lends itself very well to pun-filled named, and ganjapreuners use of these catchy play-on-word slogans can be seen no better than in the Edible (Medible) sphere of the industry.

Whether you’re looking to play a trick on Trick or Treaters (discouraged), or simply want to spice up your next party or picnic with fun treats, here’s a list of ones that you can easily disguise as “normal” food. Once unwrapped, all of these these Medibles appear to be normal, every day snacks:

1. The Kif Kat

Breakme off a piece of tha–not so fast. In 2007, the DEA rained down on this edible purveyors parade, putting an end to this line of medibles. A lawsuit waiting to happen, the line also included other puns on mainstream candy bars, like the “Buddhafinger,” “Rasta Reeses,” and “Tri-Chrome Crunch Bars.” Halloween got a lot lamer.

2. The Krondike Bar

3. BENilla Wafers

No benydryl brownies here–just buds.

4. Dixie Chills (by Dixie Elixir)

Just remove the wrapping…and avoid magic shows.

5. Kush Cake Pops

Give one to your Health teacher for Christmas.

6. Caramel Potcorn

Suggested Use: Genius Prank on a Former Client or a current one with a sense of humor and penchant for buds.

7. Oh Wee Oh’s (a clever way to avoid a lawsuit)

Double Stuffed With The Good Stuff.

8. Stoney Ranchers

Jolly Gems can be found in many dispensaries. Chewable ones are a necessity.

9. Hash Honey
Apples & Honey never tasted this good. For the Jewish Stoners, it’s Rosh Hoshana, 24/7/365.
10. BHOmb Sauce

Everything tastes better with BBQ Sauce. Everything tastes better with weed. Together? Game over.

All photos come courtesy of WeedMaps.com and can be found by searching for the edible’s nams on WeedMaps.

Honorable Mention (cause its clearly a fake):


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Barry has been writing about marijuana for over five years. Prior to joining Marijuana.com, Barry wrote about sports and music. His work has appeared on TIME, The Huffington Post, Deadspin, and elsewhere on the Internet. In his spare time, he enjoys disco and Kosher Kush.