"It's exactly what grandma used to bake – no high-fructose corn syrup, no partially hydrogenated soybean oil," Nelson told the newspaper. "We're not wrapping up caffeine in a health bar here. We're wrapping it up in a home-baked treat. Isn't it about time you have caffeine and it tastes good?"
Nelson and her husband, Wes, originally started out with 400 milligrams of caffeine in their brownies, according to the paper, which is about the equivalent of a large cup of Starbucks-brewed coffee. But that amount proved to be a little too potent.
"I'm lying there, staring at the ceiling at 2 a.m. and saying, 'I think that's too much,' " Wes said.
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