Here's one tasty way to wake and bake: According to Vice, Canadian Cannabis connoisseurs apparently can't get enough of Chrontella — hazelnut chocolate spread that's blended with 300 milligrams of cannabis extract.
Manufactured by the edibles maker Cannavis, Chrontella isn't the only toast-worthy product in its line. The company has also developed Pif, a marijuana peanut butter inspired by Jif, and Smokers jam, a play on Smucker's jelly. These condiments could make for one hell of a PB&J sandwich — but unfortunately, they're only available in Canada.
The explosion in legalized marijuana stateside has led to the launch of plenty of other weed-inspired products recently: Uncle Ike's Pot Shop in Seattle began hawking cannabis K-cups last year and the cocktail crowd just got a weed-infused vodka (though that one won't get you high). Of course, the ultimate culinary union with pot would be a Ben & Jerry's ice cream flavor; the owners of the famously liberal company say states with legalized marijuana may one day see "Fully Baked" in their local dispensary's freezer case.