Ice Cream Sundae Caramel Gift Set
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Sweet as sundae.
Somehow a sundae doesn’t feel quite complete without a generous drizzle of decadent caramel sauce—and, of course, sprinkles!—on top. Fat Toad Farm ups the ante with their unique goat’s milk caramel sauces, which combine rich, sweet caramel with the subtle tang of goat's milk for a creamy, not-too-sweet dessert sauce unlike anything we've tasted. Each of these festive sundae sets comes with a jar of original caramel sauce, a jar of cold brew coffee caramel sauce (made with Stumptown Coffee!), and 3 vials of Ticing’s sprinkles, so you can go to town on your next scoop.
Photography by Rocky Luten
Details & Materials -
Original Caramel is made of goat’s milk, pure cane sugar, and baking soda. Cold Brew Caramel is made of goat's milk, pure cane sugar, Vermont Artisan Cold Brew Coffee, and baking soda. Sprinkles are made of sugar, cocoa powder, cocoa butter, soy lecithin, vanilla extract, plant-based colors (cherry, spirulina, and tumeric).
Includes a 2 ounce jar of Original Caramel, a 2 ounce jar of Cold Brew Caramel, and 3 vials of Ticing's sprinkles.
Care & Notes -
Contains traces of soybeans or soy products, milk or milk products. Caramels are certified gluten-free.
Caramels have a 12 month shelf life, and should be refrigerated after opening.
Color vibrancy in the sprinkles will last 12 months when properly stored away from UV light in a cool, dark, dry place—ideally in an airtight container.
Meet the Maker
Brookfield , VT
Husband and wife team Steve Reid and Judith Irving have spent the last seven years building a high-quality herd of Alpine milking goats and perfecting the art of caramel making. From 54 goats, they make their goat's milk caramel (also called Cajeta) -- they're one of the very first producers of artisanal Cajeta in the United States. It's a small-batch, family-run operation, and every jar is made with care.View Full Profile
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