Easter Sunday is this weekend, and it also happens to be April 20 -- which is, of course, a notorious stoner holiday. Additionally, it's the seventh day of Passover. Luckily, Easter comes with lots of chocolates, candies and marshmallows covered with sugar in the shape of chicks. What could be better? Here are some suggestions for a weed-friendly holiday.
You absolutely cannot have Easter without some pure sugar Peeps. Some people really hate them, but there are so many creations you can craft -- all while staying in the holiday spirit. We will give you one warning, though: Do not put them in the microwave.
Sour Apple Potheads
Gummy candies come in all shapes and sizes, but this one is especially appropriate. You can get gummies shaped as pot leafs. No, they don't contain any THC, but you could eat them in soldarity.
Hydropops/Weed World Candies
A genius named Andre Rivers came up with marijuana-flavored pops. He worked with the Amish (seriously) to make these cannabis candies. Unfortunately, they're aren't available in stores just yet, even though they don't contain any THC. Rivers sells them at festivals.
Weed-Infused Bloody Mary
We don't know about you guys, but for us, family gatherings usually require copious amounts of alcohol. We found a recipe for a weed-infused bloody mary from Cannabis Chef, and let's just say it'll be making our holiday that much easier.
All of your little nieces and nephews are hunting down Easter eggs full of chocolate. But you? You can be in on the holiday spirit whilst indulging your stoner habits. All you need is an ounce of chopped nuts, a quarter ounce of cannabis and six ounces of dark chocolate. No one will even know the difference! Full recipe here.
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