Fat Toad Farm Goat's Milk Caramel CinnamonFat Toad Farm
Cinnamon: Like a goat's milk horchata (a traditional Spanish beverage made from rice and cinnamon): the warming spice of this fiery cajeta is balanced by creamy, toasted flavors. Pair this playful caramel with aged sheep’s milk cheese, and contrast with earthy clothbound cheddars and rustic tommes. Drizzle on fresh berries and spoon over pears. Dunk roasted squash and spread on cider doughnuts and biscuits.
Fat Toad Farm's velvety goat's milk caramel sauces (Cajeta) combine creamy caramel richness with the subtle tang of goat's milk to create an utterly unique, not-too-sweet dessert sauce perfectly paired with ice cream, fruit, and cheeses. Fat Toad Farm Caramel Sauces are a verified gluten-free product with a 12 month shelf life. Jars should be refrigerated after opening.
Nothing but goat’s milk, pure cane sugar, baking soda, and organic cinnamon sticks.
Our partners at Fat Toad Farm are professionals using old world techniques and recipes. Your caramel product is hand picked and shipped from Fat Toad Farm to your door. Caramel ships easily. To ensure the quality of the product during delivery, our partners will be able to ship Monday through Friday with ground delivery.
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Since 2007, Fat Toad Farm has worked to perfect the art of goat's milk caramel making, focusing on traditional cooking methods and using a small number of fresh, simple, all-natural ingredients. Starting out as an experiment in homesteading and hand milking a lovely French Alpine doe named Jupiter in our garage, Fat Toad Farm began its production sourcing all of our milk from our own herd of dairy goats. Eight years later, we were milking Jupiter's daughter Artemis and 60 of her closest caprine friends in a modern parlor. Each year, our family-run business, founded by Steve Reid, Judith Irving, and Calley Hastings, continued to grow incrementally to meet the increasing demand for our award-winning Goat's Milk Caramel Sauces.
Our goats joined the herd over at Ayers Brook Goat Dairy and began to supply milk for both our goat's milk caramel sauces and Vermont Creamery's award-winning artisanal cheeses. Our goal has always been and continues to be to produce the highest quality, traditional goat's milk caramel sauces, using the freshest goat's milk available. Our dedicated team continues to produce our Goat's Milk Caramel Sauce right here on our farm, meticulously hand-stirring it to velvety perfection in small batches.
Fresh, local goat's milk from our neighbors at Vermont Creamery and Ayers Brook Goat Dairy, is the primary ingredient in our Goat's Milk Caramel Sauces. The combination of rich, creamy goat's milk and pure cane sugar mixed with some love and a lot of stirring, creates our award-winning Goat's Milk Caramel Sauces! Goats' milk is becoming increasingly popular as an alternative to cow's milk. We encourage you to do further research to better understand its benefits!
Our Goat's Milk Caramel Sauces are based on the Mexican confection, cajeta, and are meticulously hand-stirred to velvety perfection in traditional copper kettles over the course of 5 hours. As a small batch producer, we adjust our recipe to correspond with the seasonal changes of goat's milk. We work to produce the highest quality, all-natural goat's milk caramel sauce that never contains any preservatives or stabilizers.
The result of our process is a rich and creamy, not-too-sweet caramel that delivers an irresistibly complex flavor. Our Traditional Goat's Milk Caramel Sauces are delicious swirled on top of ice cream, mixed into your morning coffee, paired with your favorite cheese, drizzled on fresh fruit or eaten straight out of the jar with a spoon!