Fat Toad Farm Caramel

A little bit ago, I was contacted by Hannah at Fat Toad Farm in Vermont regarding her family’s prized caramel made from goat’s milk.

Fat Toad Farm Caramel

Hannah explained their rich and creamy caramel is made right there on the farm with milk from their own herd of dairy goats.   How cool is that?

Fat Toad Farm Caramel
Fat Toad Farm Caramel

 
She offered to send me a sample of their tasty caramel, to which I replied, “Yes, please!”  Not only was I super excited to be the recipient of their special caramel, but I also love the name “Fat Toad Farm.”

Fat Toad Farm Caramel

Hannah sent me both an Original and a Cinnamon caramel sample and they are both delicious.  We have had them over vanilla ice cream, on brownies and by the spoonful and the stuff is just amazing — the best caramel I’ve ever tasted by far.  We especially like the original.

Fat Toad Farm Caramel
Fat Toad Farm Caramel

 
If you get a chance, I highly recommend checking out Fat Toad Farm.  I hear from Hannah they are offering some specials for the holidays — what a great gift idea, right?

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About the author: My name is Lacey and I’m so glad you’re here. I am a foodie, a photographer, a chef, and a project manager at a local tech start-up in Austin. But, most importantly, I am the mother of three adorable little kiddos (Jordan, Savannah and Hunter) and am madly in love with and married to my high school sweetheart, Dustin.

2 comments… add one

  1. Alisa December 10, 2011, 11:44 am

    You had me at goat’s milk. It looks really creamy and delicious. I wonder how long this will keep?

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    1. lacey - a sweet pea chef December 20, 2011, 3:12 pm

      Right?!? It says it keeps for a year, if unopened, on the label. Once opened, it goes by too quickly to worry about ;)

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