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7 Ways to Cook With Marijuana: Recipes for Canna Butter, Pot Brownies, and More on 4/20

For some people, today is just another normal Wednesday. Another day to get up, go to the office, and take part in the slog that is the typical work week. But for anyone with any level of interest in weed culture (that's a fancy way of saying "smoking marijuana") today is one of the most important days of the year: Today is 4/20 aka stoner Christmas aka the unofficial holiday of smoking weed.

So if you happen to be looking for a way to celebrate this "holiday," we've dug up a few resources for you to check out. Whether you're on the hunt for a recipe, the perfect stoner beer, or a guide to must-have munchie foods, we've got you totally covered.

The Basics

When it comes to cooking with marijuana, the first place to start is with a recipe for weed butter/canna butter like the one below. For vegan marijuana cooking, try this recipe for cannabis-infused oil.

Canna Butter: Key to Cooking with Marijuana
Vegan Cannabis-Infused Oil

Common Edibles

From the basic pot brownie to the more interesting cannabis-infused cinnamon twist, here are a few recipes that incorporate the recipe for canna butter above.

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Pot Brownies
Marijuana-Infused Caramel Corn
Cannabis Cinnamon Twist

Weed-Infused Drinks

Finally, we've got two options for those who want to play around with drinking their dose of THC.   

Marijuana in Your Coffee: Café Mary Jane
Weed-Infused Alcohol

And now that you're ready to celebrate, don't forget to stock up on these 10 Must-Have Stoner Foods of All Time. From Easy Mac to Tostinos pizza rolls, these 10 snacks will keep you satiated — or will at least curb your munchies — all 4/20 long.

Pair them with these Top 8 Beers for Stoners and you're pretty much guaranteed to have a good day.

Originally published April 20, 2015. Updated April 20, 2016. 

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