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There’s no edible quite as classic as the pot brownie. For the longest time, the best way to cook cannabis was by heating up a pound of butter. Adding as much bud as you could handle, and waiting for the cannabinoids to bond to the fat. Brownies are often a particularly buttery baked confection, so you were sure to end up with a potent snack.
If classic pot brownies are a dessert staple. These Chocolate Brownies from Hapy Kitchen are the equivalent of a gourmet chocolatier’s decadent take. They’re chewy and fudgy, almost overflowing with rich chocolatey goodness. This particular recipe won the 2021 CannaChef Edibles Cup and 2020 High Times Cannabis Cup in the Edibles Baked Goods category. (The secret is starting from high-quality cocoa.)
Each brownie contains about 25mg THC, so it only takes one bite to achieve a threshold dose, especially if you’re a beginner or you know you have low tolerance. More experienced cannabis consumers may enjoy half of a brownie, and people who need a more medicinal dose could probably eat the whole thing.
Hapy Kitchen was founded in 2019 and immediately struck a chord with the Portland Cannabis community. They won that year’s Oregon High Times Cannabis Cup in the CBD Edible category for their 1:1 Coffeelicious Caramel, which is definitely the right ratio. Their confections have gone on to win more awards. They took the 202 Cannabis Cup in Edibles overall for their Chocolate Brownie and won the “Cookies” category in the 2021 CannaChef Edibles Cup.
They produce artisan baked goods like truffles, chocolate bars, and brownies, as well as sweet treats like hard candies and their “Fruit Smackers.” Each of their edibles is produce with superior ingredients to avoid off-putting scents. Bitter-tasting artificial flavors and the stomach aches that are cause by some edibles with less of an attention to detail.
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Better ingredients are the secret to a better high, so Hapy Kitchen maintains classic traditions like hand-topping their caramels with espresso and placing a white chocolate chip in the center of every dough ball that bakes into their Chocolate Supreme cookie. Each recipe is dreamed up by Head Chef Carla Burns (not to be confused with Carla Bruni), who used to work for Salt & Straw in Portland. For years she has delighted in combining different food ingredients and cannabis strains to dream up new flavors. Experiences and effects to similarly delight consumers.
They also make some of the most versatile strain-specific tinctures on the market. What’s the secret to their versatility? They’re completely flavorless, vegan, and gluten-free. So they can be quickly and easily added to any homemade edible recipe, beverage, or other creation.
Hapy Kitchen strives to make the perfect edible that is both completely delicious and generates predictable effects. They use Oregon-sourced cannabis to create focused-spectrum edibles using True Terpenes™. The result is an entourage effect of both flavor and high that combine to make an indulgent and memorable experience. Everyone can agree with Hapy Kitchen’s slogan that “Laughter is the Best Medicine.”