Cannabis Pizzas have been popping up more and more, really beginning in 2014. Obviously not available on the main market yet, dispensaries carry a variety from different companies. These varying recipes use different strains and are infused into all different kinds of pizza with various toppings. In Los Angeles, the movement began with a guy named Henry Mark, and his company Stone Oven Gourmet Pizza. Many people including himself can find no distinction between an infused pizza and a weed-free pizza, making it even more enticing to trick people with.
While the vast majority of cannabis pizza distribution is on the west coast in places like California, Colorado, and Washington, more and more states are popping up with places that make it as the legalization process pushes on. As for right now, however, the easier (and more fun) move is to make it at home yourself! In case you forgot, I set you up with all the necessary tools above.
Another reason to stick with cooking your cannabis pizza at home is to experiment with the potency of your creation. Marijuana edibles are notoriously inconsistent. For this reason, take it step by step instead of pounding three slices before waiting to see what happens. Eat a quarter-slice, drink some water, wait it out for a bit, and see how you feel. The THC infusions can have different potencies even in different slices of the same pie, so rather than be in couch-lock while your buddy is having a kickass high, just take your creations in stride.