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Goat's Milk Caramel Duo - Pick Two

By Fat Toad Farm


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Fat Toad Farm's decadently delicious goat's milk caramel sauce is made the traditional Mexican way with fresh local goat's milk and a few simple natural ingredients.

  • Materials: Goat milk and organic sugar mixed with a variety of natural ingredients
  • Care: Refrigerate after opening
  • Comes in unique, rich flavors
  • Each jar is 8 oz.
  • Dimensions (in packaging): 4" x 4" x 8"
  • Weight: 4.8 lbs.
    Individual Flavor Information:
  • Original: Traditional recipe using goat milk and organic sugar
  • Salted Bourbon: Original recipe infused with Kentucky straight bourbon and organic sea salt while the caramel is cooking
  • Vanilla Bean: Original recipe infused with whole organic vanilla beans while cooking
  • Cinnamon: Original recipe infused with whole organic cinnamon sticks while cooking
  • Spicy Dark Chocolate: Original recipe combined with the complexity of Taza Mexican stoneground chocolate and a zip of cayenne
  • Cold Brew: Original recipe infused with cold brew coffee while cooking
  • Vermont Maple: Original recipe infused with whole organic vanilla beans while cooking combined with creamy caramel richness and the subtle tang of goat's milk

30 Reviews (4.9 out of 5 Grommets)

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7/7/2019 by art

I am a Vermonter and a frustrated wanna be farmer (never made it). I have yet to be disappointed in any Vermont made product that I have tried beginning with Ben/Jerrys. Fat Toad Farm is keeping the tradition going. Right on!!!!!!More > < Less


for me and a gift

6/14/2019 by Jimmy

I love it and my daughter tells me she loves it


I made a cake

5/25/2019 by Jimmy

I made a Caramel cake and everyone loves it, thank you for my Caramel.


I cook for myself

5/23/2019 by Jimmy

I am 76 years old I live alone and I loved the Caramel


Love this stuff

4/6/2019 by Lois

Have ordered several times. Sort of surprised a neighbor who is picky about what she eats likes most of the flavors also. Goes great over ice cream, waffles and pancakes. I really like the spicy and coffee flavors but have tried most and like all I have tried.More > < Less

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Fat Toad Farm - Goats Milk Caramel

About Fat Toad Farm

Caramel-icious Confections

Fat Toad Farm is a family-run goat dairy in Brookfield, Vermont. It was started as a raise-your-own-food effort, but when the herd grew from 2 to 12 to 25 and started producing much more milk than one family could drink, Fat Toad Farm became a certified goat dairy. Today the family—Steve Reid, Judith Irving, Calley Hastings, and Josey Hastings—fills various roles on the farm and in the production room.

It’s Fat Toad’s somewhat unusual goat milk caramel that caught our eye. Josey has lived in Mexico on and off for the past decade, and there she discovered cajeta, a popular caramel sauce made from goat’s milk. She insisted the family try their hands at making it, and five years and four flavors later, customers can’t get enough of this delectable treat. We’re thinking ice cream right about now.

Like dulce la leche (a traditional caramel sauce made with cow’s milk), all of the Fat Toad caramel sauces start with milk and sugar. But here, of course, the milk is from goats and the sugar is organic. Choose the original flavor (simply milk and sugar), or go for coffee bean, vanilla bean, or cinnamon for an extra flavor kick. The creamy, sweet sauce tastes familiar at first, but the finish is lent a buttery complexity unlike anything we’ve ever had. The two-jar boxed set comes in a unique wooden box and is perfect for gift-giving, but we wouldn’t blame you one bit if you wanted to keep the deliciousness for yourself.

We heard about the caramel sauce from Bruce Irving, who wanted to share the story of Fat Toad Farm and its DIY origins—and wound up learning more about his sister Judith’s family business in the process. “I knew Daily Grommet reaches an audience that’s on the lookout for the different, the little-known (at least for now!), and the high-quality, but when they posted Fat Toad Farm’s story, complete with a movie, even I was surprised by what I learned and how much I wanted to place an order!”