A holiday which happens only one time a year, but Christmas is a favorite holiday everyone loves to celebrate. Christmas brings together family, friends, the gift of giving, and every stoner’s favorite aspect, delicious treats to satisfy the munchies. However, what do you serve your festive friends and family while you smoke yourselves all the way to the North Pole? Don’t worry, we’ve curated a list of some of the best Christmas Snacks that are better when high and will be a hit at any holiday party.
Holiday Popcorn Tins
Popcorn is a delectable treat by itself, mix in flavors like natural Butter, Cheese, Secret-Recipe Caramel; and now you have a recipe for munchies success. The Popcorn Company’s Popcorn Tins are an excellent holiday snack everyone enjoys more when they are high. Don’t forget to provide everyone with toothpicks, it’s a tragedy when someone must endure the rest of the party with a kernel stuck in their teeth. They even make great gifts for those friends you don’t know what to get.
Nothing screams Christmas more than peppermint flavored foods, and peppermint bark is one of the most popular treats during the holidays. All your high guests will be “barking” for peppermint bark after smoking a bowl. You can find peppermint bark to purchase in a variety of different stores, but you can take a crack at making your own too. Spend with Pennies article for making homemade peppermint bark is easy to follow and requires no baking.
Chocolate/White Chocolate Peppermint Pretzels
Pretzels are a staple in the rankings of snacks, but the spirit of Christmas found a way for stoners to enjoy them even more. Available at stores such as your local Target, Snack Factory’s Pretzel Crisps will be a popular choice of snack consumption at your Christmas party. Between white chocolate, dark chocolate, and milk chocolate, you can appeal to all your high guest’s chocolate preferences. These also offer as a great alternative to guests who do not enjoy peppermint bark.
Gingerbread Cookies and Houses
Another staple Christmas snack making its annual appearance with the holidays are gingerbread houses and cookies. While gingerbread cookies are a delicious snack in their own right; nothing beats getting high with your family and friends and letting your creativity flow while building the most exquisite architectural wonders the world has ever seen. Creating a competition out of it only raises the stakes of the building of gingerbread houses. There are plenty of recipes you can find online if you want to make it all from scratch, but we found some reliable kits on Amazon, Target, and World Market where you can purchase them from instead of using a recipe.
Late Night Pie
Does this really need an explanation? First, serving pie to your high friends and family at the party you host will be a success. Secondly, it’s what happens after everyone leaves is where the real treat takes place. It’s a formula as standard as the Pythagorean theorem. Late-night pie, plus a late-night bowl equals one happy stoner. Sit your high butt on the couch or in bed, turn on some TV, and treat yourself to your late-night pie reward for being an excellent host.
Cannabis Infused Hot Chocolate
Nothing beats cozying up on the couch, a blanket draped over you, the fire is roaring, and you are sipping on hot chocolate about to get you higher than Willie Nelson because it’s infused with cannabis. Hot chocolate is a beverage enjoyed during colder weather, but nothing will spice up your holiday party more than serving your guests hot chocolate that gets them high. It truly is the epitome of a beverage that is better when high. While making cannabis infused hot chocolate requires some prep, it’s not too extensive of a process. Jointly’s article offers a simple, effective, and educational cannabis infused hot chocolate recipe. It is important to note, you will need to decarboxylate your cannabis you plan on using to infuse your hot chocolate with. This means you must heat cannabis to activate the cannabinoids and converting THCA to THC. To “decarb” your cannabis, bake finely ground cannabis on a cookie sheet at 220-245°F for approximately 40 minutes. Once you have decarboxylated cannabis, you will begin the process of making your hot chocolate.