The 5 Craziest Foods Made With CBD
You’ve likely seen CBD-infused foods and drinks being sold at a store near you, but some restaurants are going above and beyond with the CBD items on their menu. Below are five of the craziest foods made with CBD that are bing sold worldwide.
However, it’s important to note that several US cities and states are beginning to crack down on restaurants selling items containing CBD. We encourage you to research the specific rules in your area if you have any concerns. For more information, check out our blog on this topic.
Located near the University of Denver, Althea’s Cheese by Design (named in honor of the Grateful Dead song) lets customers add a 10 or 15-milligram serving size of CBD into their pizza or sandwiches for $2. Owner Jessica LeRoux uses whole plant matter for natural terpenes and compounds.
Little Baby’s Ice Cream, located in Philadelphia, offers handmade ice cream with unconventional flavors including Chipotle Chocolate and Cucumber Dill. They’ve now added Non-Dairy CBD Chocolate Ice Cream (in pints only) at their East Market location. It’s not cheap at $20 per pint, but each serving 25 milligrams of CBD and early reviews indicate it’s pretty tasty.
Across the pond in London, Glow Bar offers vegan CBD oil croissants. Founder Sasha Sabapthy said that “CBD croissants offer our customers a fun and delicious to experiment with CBD and experience its benefits.” Each croissant contains five milligrams of CBD, which isn’t a great bargain when you consider the £7 ($9.19) price tag.
In Aurora, Colo., Glazed and Confuzed has added Berry CBD doughnuts to their expansive roster. The treats have a raspberry and blackberry glaze and are infused with 20 milligrams of CBD per doughnut. Their newest creation is only on their seasonal list and not the regular rotation, so get it while you can.
International vegan fast food restaurant By Chloe launched an entire pop-up menu in London of CBD-infused desserts called Feelz. The highlight was their A-TO-CBDEY cookie, which was topped with pecans, pretzels, potato chips and marshmallow. Given the overwhelming popularity of the pop-up, don’t be surprised if these become permanent items soon.