Cannabis Edibles: How To Make Weed Infused Pixie Sticks!

Cannabis candies sugar straws

Cannabis pixie sticks are great if you are looking for a super quick weed edible recipe. The recipe requires no baking, cooking or anything complicated. However, you do need to make some cannabis sugar in advance, which we will show you how to make.

Weed candies the easy way!

Cannabis candies really don’t have to be that complicated. While cannabis gummies and hard candies are great ways to dose your edibles, sometimes you are just looking for something quick. Additionaly, cannabis pixie sticks are unique and also great to get a 420 party started.

For this recipe, you will need some empty paper straws and a small blender to blend the ingredients into powder. Also, this recipe makes 24 THC pixie sticks and the flavor is completely up to you! Watch our quick video on how to make cannabis sugar and simply follow up with the cannabis pixie stix recipe!

Cannabis candies sugar straws
One of the easiest and quickest weed edible recipes. Cannabis pixy stix is made with only 3 ingredients and super delicious.
5 from 1 vote
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Keyword: candies, cannabis sugar, pixie sticks
Servings: 20 Straws
Calories: 30kcal
Author: Jacob Cildavul

Equipment

  • 24 Paper straws
  • Coffee blender or spice grinder

Ingredients

  • 1/4 cup Cannabis sugar
  • 1/4 cup Freeze dried fruit Raspberry, Strawberry, Pineapple
  • 1 tsp Citric acid

Instructions

  • Combine cannabis sugar with citric acid and freeze dried fruit in a small blender or spice grinder.
  • Blend untill the dried fruit is powdered.
  • Fill each straw 80 percent full with the pixie mixture and fold the end of the straw.
  • Enjoy your weed infused pixie sticks!

Nutrition

Serving: 1Stick | Calories: 30kcal
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