Marijuana-Infused Treats Arrive in Chicago

Mindy Segal, a James Beard Award winning pastry chef and author of “Cookie Love,” is cooking up sweets with a not-so-secret ingredient.

Forgive Chicago chef Mindy Segal if she’s a little high on herself.

The owner of beloved local spot and author of cookbook “Cookie Love” is about to unveil marijuana-infused sweets.

Segal, a James Beard Award winner, told the Associated Press that she’s experimenting with three different flavors of brittle, including one that includes salted toffee; smoked almonds with dark chocolate; and possibly graham crackers and caramelized marshmallows.

The sale of medical marijuana became legal in Illinois last month.

Marijuana-Infused Treats Arrive in Chicago

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