clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Chrontella Is Nutella for Stoners

Sadly, it’s only available in Canada

Brenna Houck is a Cities Manager for the Eater network. She previously edited Eater Detroit and reported for Eater. You can follow her on the internet at @brennahouck.

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.

A photo posted by Victor Martinez (@nyc_warrior) on

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.

Making Weed Cocktails at Gracias Madre in LA