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How To Make Marijuana Baked Potatoes

Everything you need to know to make Marijuana "Bomb" Baked Potatoes.

By Aunt MaryPublished 7 years ago 1 min read

Baked potatoes are the perfect side to a steak, hamburger, or even seafood. The entire family can enjoy this hardy starch with butter, sour cream, and chives. Baked potatoes are easy to make, appetizing, and a wonderful addition to a filling meal.

Bomb Baked Potatoes will give you the psychoactive effects you expect from edibles, but they taste great too. If you have a main course planned (or if you are trying to cut meat out of your diet), potatoes can supplement a large amount of Vitamin C, Vitamin B-6, and potassium (Vitamin K). Contrary to popular belief, potatoes are actually relatively healthy. Some even consider the potato to be a superfood.

This recipe will teach you how to unlock all of the potato’s beneficial properties without compromising its delectable flavor. Bomb Baked Potatoes are sure to give you a whole new perspective on the potato. Just make sure you don’t eat so many that you become a potato yourself!


  • 2 baked potatoes
  • 2 teaspoons cannabis-infused olive oil
  • ¼ stick butter
  • Splash of milk
  • Crumbled Bacon (4 strips)
  • ½ cup shredded cheddar
  • Handful Fresh parsley
  • Salt shaker filled with converted cannabis, finely ground (see Dosage section)
  • Piping bag


Preheat oven to 340 F. Score the already-baked potatoes by cutting an “X” with a knife through the top of each. Scoop out the potato and place into a bowl. In the bowl, add butter and a splash of milk. Mix the combination until it is a thick cream, then add cannabis-infused olive oil, and continue to mix until thoroughly distributed. Pour the mixture into a piping bag, and pipe the potato mixture into the baked potato shell. Garnish with bacon, shredded cheddar, fresh parsley. Cook in oven until cheese is melted. Before serving, top off with finely ground cannabis on top from the salt shaker, for aesthetic.


About the Creator

Aunt Mary

Lives in Englewood, NJ, and can often be found sharing her weed wisdom at Starbucks.

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