Magnolia Bakery turned its most iconic desserts into edibles.
New York CNN  — 

Magnolia Bakery’s famous banana pudding is being whipped up in a new version that triggers elation in a different kind of way.

The New York City-based dessert maker is transforming some of its famous treats into THC-infused edibles, including its banana pudding and red velvet cake. The limited-edition bars, which mark Magnolia’s first-ever cannabis product, “celebrate the brand’s most iconic, fan-favorite flavors in a new light,” the bakery said.

Both bars contain tetrahydrocannabinol, the part of the cannabis plant that produces a “high.”

The “Swirled Famous Banana Pudding” bar contains a dollop of its creamy vanilla pudding, crunchy vanilla cookies and freeze-dried bananas. The 10-piece bar contains 10mg of THC per piece.

The other bar, a “Red Velvet Piece Ahhh Cake” bar contains flavors of moist, crimson-colored cake, a cream cheese flavor and rich chocolate. The 10-piece bar has 10mg of THC and 10mg of CBD (a component that does not cause the high associated with marijuana use) per piece.

Prices range from $18 to $30 depending on the flavor and the state. Beginn