Everyone loves edibles: they give you an incomparable high that seems to last forever. However, if you’re vegan, finding tasty edibles is way harder. You shouldn’t have to miss out on edibles just because you prefer to not consume animal products of any kind (like milk, eggs, yogurt, cheese, meat, poultry, honey, fish, etc.)! You can learn how to make incredibly delicious vegan edibles right in your own kitchen! With these amazing recipes, you can enjoy edibles without having to worry about your food ever coming into contact with the animal products you’re dedicated to avoiding. Recipes you’ll find in this article: Vegan Cannabis Cashew Cream Vegan Peanut Butter Ganja Fudge Weed-Infused Vegan Fettuccine Alfredo Vegan Cannabis Chia Seed Pudding For all of these recipes, you’ll need to know how to make cannabutter , cannabis oil, or cannamilk (which can be made with soy, almond, or coconut milk). You don’t need to know all of these methods, just pick your preferred. 1) Vegan Cannabis Cashew Cream We love this velvety smooth cashew cream, especially on avocados! It makes for a filling, healthy, and delicious breakfast, lunch, or afternoon snack! What you’ll need: Purified water (1/2 cup) Cannabis oil (1-2 tbsp) Cashews (soaked for 4 hours and rinsed) (1 cup) Nutritional yeast (1 tbsp) 1/4 of a garlic clove Lemon juice (2 tsp) Tamari (1 tsp) Apple cider vinegar (1 tsp) Sea salt (1/8 - 1/4 tsp) 2 large avocados (optional) Chopped cloves (optional) Brazil nuts (finely ground) (optional) Chopped cherry tomatoes (optional) Olive oil or balsamic vinegar drizzle (optional) What you do: Blend all necessary ingredients in a blender at high speed until you have a smooth, creamy texture. Scoop out the desired amount into a prepared avocado, on your favorite vegan toast, or just enjoy by the spoonful. Garnish with chosen optional ingredients 2) Vegan Peanut Butter Ganja Fudge Who doesn’t love some delicious peanut butter fudge? Thanks to this recipe that uses 100% vegan peanut butter, everyone can enjoy this tasty, weed-infused dessert! What you’ll need: Cannabutter - made from coconut oil (1 cup) Powdered sugar (3 ½ cups) Vegan peanut butter - room temperature (1 cup) Cocoa (1 cup) Vanilla extract (1 tsp) What you do: Grease your baking dish with your preferred mild-tasting cooking oil Warm up your coconut oil cannabutter in a medium to large saucepan on low to medium heat. Using a spatula, mix in the powdered sugar until fully combined, which will take a few minutes of stirring. While keeping the flame (or burner) at low heat, stir in the cocoa until combined, followed by the peanut butter and vanilla extract. Pour the mixture into a baking dish that’s been greased, being sure to distribute it evenly throughout the baking dish. Place the dish in the fridge and let it cool until the mixture is completely firm. Cut into squares and enjoy! 3) Weed-Infused Vegan Fettuccine Alfredo Few things in life are as comforting as a nice plate of fettuccine alfredo and vegan fettuccine alfredo is no exception. You’ll absolutely love this weed-infused dish! What you’ll need: Egg-free fettuccine pasta (12 oz) Non-dairy cannamilk (1 cup) Non-dairy cream cheese (4 oz) Lemon zest (1-2 tsp) Nutritional yeast (3 tbsp) Almonds - sliced and blanched (3 tbsp) Cannabis oil (or olive oil if you don’t want to double-up on cannabis) (1-2 tbsp) Chopped fresh parsley (1/2 cup) Garlic - finely chopped (3 cloves) Sea salt and ground black pepper (to taste) What you do: Make your pasta Blend together non-dairy milk, non-dairy cannamilk, almonds, non-dairy cream cheese, lemon zest, nutritional yeast, black pepper, and sea salt until smooth. Cook the cannabis oil (or olive oil) and chopped garlic in a large skillet over medium heat. Stir the mixture until the garlic turns soft, begins to brown, and starts to sizzle slightly. Add your blended mixture to the skillet and stir. Add 1/2 cup of water (can be taken from the water you used to boil your pasta), stir, and bring to a simmer. Cook for 5-10 minutes until sauce is thick and creamy.= Pour sauce over your pasta and enjoy! 4) Vegan Cannabis Chia Seed Pudding This nutritious, scrumptious, vegan masterpiece lets you have dessert for breakfast with none of the guilt! Plus, it’s infused with cannabis so it’s the perfect way to start your day with a wake-and-bake! What you need: Non-dairy cannamilk (1 cup) Unsweetened almond, soy, or coconut milk (1 cup) Chia seeds (1/2 cup) Maple syrup (1-2 tbsp to taste) Vanilla extract (2 tbsp) Fruits, nuts, etc. (optional toppings) What you do: Mix liquid ingredients and chia seeds in a large bowl. Separate the mixture into 2 jars (optional; can eat without portioning) Shake container or stir; place in the fridge covered. If possible, stir the mixture every 1-2 hours. After about 6 hours the mixture will be ready. Enjoy; stores for 5-6 days in the fridge. Making vegan edibles at home can be fun if you enjoy cooking, but if it’s really not your thing, you can purchase some edibles pre-made. There are many high-quality vegan edibles available for a reasonable price online and maybe at your local dispensary if marijuana is legal in your area. If it’s not, have you considered trying CBD ? CBD is the other component of marijuana that doesn’t contain any of the psychoactive components (THC). CBD oil can be conveniently purchased online and maybe even in your local health food store. You can consume it as just the oil or you can experiment with edibles made with it.