Martha Stewart Made Marijuana Leaf-Shaped Cookies And Showed Off One With Lyrics Inspired By 'WAP'

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From House Beautiful

Martha Stewart's Instagram may be the single best place on the internet. Nestled between the extremely fancy recipes and table inspo is pure chaos in the form of thirst trap selfies, sassy comebacks, and now, drug-inspired cookies. The queen of all things entertaining posted a holiday cookie decorating video with some treats inspired by cannabis!

In the video, which she slyly captioned "Just a short video to get you in the cookie spirit!" Martha is seen putting the finishing touches upon a batch of cookies. While she explained how much baking she and her friends have been doing, she also shared that her icing piping bag was leaking right as she "wanted to put a little bit of red on this cannabis leaf." Relatable queen. And we should have known the inspiration behind the treats came from her famous BFF.

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"We've done cannabis because I've just done a big demo with Snoop Dogg. And this is for him, these cannabis leaf cookies," she said: "And we've made him some Dogg bones, and we did a great face cookie, show that face cookie."

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The camera pans to a spitting image of Snoop's image on a delicious cookie shaped like a wreath. The cookies were made for their joint (ha! Ha!!) decorating class with Salesforce, and you can see even more beautiful images of them in the post above, including Martha's own face cookie, which features the caption "There’s some ho, ho, HOs in this house," an obvious reference to the sample in "WAP" by Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion. And here we thought we couldn't love these chaotic and wonderful cookies even more!!

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