IntoxiKate’s Edible Holiday Gift Guide: Sweets by Goat Milk Stuff

{Goat Milk Stuff: For the Sweet Tooth}

In 2008, PJ Jonas started Goat Milk Stuff with special soaps made from goat’s milk from the family farm. Today, the raw, farm-fresh goat milk is transformed into all sorts of sweet stuff, including fudge and caramels. These decadent candies are almost too sinful to eat, with handmade treats made in small batches for the perfect gift idea. Here are some IntoxiKate favorites below:

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Chocolate Covered  Caramels | $2 per piece

Sweet and salty, these gluten-free, sea salt caramels—made from goats milk—are smothered in dark chocolate.

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Goat Milk Caramels | $9 for 10 pieces

Not too hard, but not to sticky, these goat milk caramels are chewy goodness.

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Toffee | $14 for 8 oz

Buttery goat milk toffee is covered in semi-sweet chocolate and dip it in a mixture of almonds, peanuts, pecans, and walnuts.

For more great edible gift ideas, check out the IntoxiKate Edible Holiday Gift Guide.

By | 2016-12-19T22:40:35+00:00 December 19th, 2016|eat + drink, farmers market, sweet|0 Comments