Fat Toad Farm Goat's Milk Carameluser rating
Fat Toad Farm hand makes this Goat’s Milk Caramel, or cajeta, in small batches at its goat dairy farm in Vermont. Similar to the more commonly known dulce de leche, this cajeta is made from milk produced by the farm’s 40 goats and organic cane sugar. The Goat’s Milk Caramel comes in four flavors: Original, Vanilla Bean, Cinnamon and Coffee Bean, each in three sizes. The company sells its 2-ounce jars as wedding favors (with personalized tags), and they’re also great for stocking stuffers, homemade gift baskets and other events. Plus, the caramel is gluten-free. Not sure what to use it for? Browse recipes to get your creative juices flowing at fattoadfarm.com.—Vanessa Facenda
About the Producer
Fat Toad Farm
Fat Toad Farm is a small, family owned goat dairy in Vermont specializing in handcrafted traditional Goat's Milk Caramel sauces - the traditional Mexican confection known as Cajeta. Fat Toad Family, including Steve Reid, his wife Judith Irving and their daughters Calley Hastings and Hannah Reid milk 51 French Alpine does twice a day, and use the fresh milk to make their decadent Goat's Milk Caramel, found in specialty food stores across the country including Williams Sonoma, Murray's Cheese, and Whole Foods Markets.