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Fat Toad Farm Goat Milk Caramel

Average rating
(based upon 8 reviews)

This farmstead caramel (the traditional Mexican confection known as Cajeta) is a unique and decadent sauce made from reducing goats milk with sugar until it forms a caramel.

Ingredients
goats milk, sugar, baking soda Gluten Free

Size
8 oz
Price
$12.90

Storage Tips
Refrigerate after opening.

Fat Toad Farm, Brookfield, VT

Based on the Mexican confection, cajeta, Fat Toad's caramel sauce is created by mixing fresh goat's milk with pure cane sugar in traditional copper kettles. The caramel is carefully boiled and hand-stirred to velvety perfection over the course of five hours creating a scrumptious topping for ice cream, fruit, and other desserts. Run by Steve Reid and Judith Irving and their daughters Calley Hastings and Hannah Reid, Fat Toad's award winning caramel is made in small batches using fresh, local goat's milk from the Ayers Brook Goat Dairy, run by Vermont Creamery.


Reviews

May 29, 2020 by

This caramel is delicious; it does have a subtle goat milk taste but not as strong as I would have expected. However, I wish Farmers To You carried the salted bourbon flavor; having tried original, salted bourbon, cinnamon, & spicy dark chocolate, I think salted bourbon is by far the best flavor.


May 28, 2020 by

I did not like this product. I could not get past the strong goat milk under taste.


February 9, 2020 by

I LOVE Fat Toad Farm's goat milk caramel. Three simple ingredients become a smooth deliciousness.


November 28, 2015 by

This caramel tastes pretty good but has a very strong goat cheese aftertaste, which I personally don't enjoy. If you like the tang of goat cheese with your sweet caramel, then you might like this.


July 15, 2015 by

I had to really discipline myself not to just eat it all up right out of the jar. Dip some crisp tart apple slices in this - heaven!


January 24, 2015 by

This makes great caramel popcorn!


May 5, 2012 by

This is *really* good and decadent caramel. Definitely a special treat.


April 28, 2012 by

This is the tastiest stuff imaginable! Drizzle it over apple and your children are certain to lick their plates! My very picky eater begs to eat this by the spoonful.