What happens when you hand stir all-natural cajeta caramel for five hours in a classic copper kettle? MAGIC!!! For the coziest night in and the ultimate seasonal pairing dip these fresh-off-the-tree, organic, Washington Apples from Olympic Fruit Co. into Fat Toad’s creamy, cinnamon, goat’s milk caramel! Not a bad way to spend the holidays! Not to mention, purchasing this experience supports the amazing family farms that harvest by harvest make moments like these possible!
Eat your apples fresh with your cajeta sauce!
Bake into a caramel apple crisp!
Use your kit to dip and bake your apples whole!
How to Store
For a cooling snack, store your apples in the crisper drawer in your refrigerator. If you are planning on eating your apples in 2-3 days, keep them out of direct sunlight in a cool, dark place to help them stay crisp before eating. For your specialty cajeta sauce: refrigerate after opening...if there is any left!
Picked and Stirred Fresh on the Farm
Leave it to the apple experts who are able to pick for ultimate flavor and crunch! Did you know apples sometimes sit up to 30 days before you grab one in the produce section? Not Olympic’s Washington Apples! These are picked fresh just for you!
All the way on the other side of the country is Fat Toad Farm, where they have been perfecting the art of copper-kettle cajeta-making since 2007. They hand-stir their creamy caramel sauce into velvety perfection for FIVE hours!! The combination of rich, creamy goat’s milk and pure cane sugar creates their award-winning caramel sauces!
Meet the Farms
What makes these apples so special is the community behind them. Olympic Fruit Co. is a small collective, doing big things! Founded by four legacy farms, they have generations of experience, and are THE apple experts. They now represent over 50+ small farms in the Yakima Valley, and are on a mission to bring farmers together, build community, and make business easier for their family-run farms.
Meet the Farm
Fat Toad Farm is a family-run business built on a beloved family of French Alpine dairy goats. After 20 years of business, they are now milking the daughter of their original goat, Jupiter! While Steve, Judith and Calley have grown their business AND their goat family, they still work on the farm they started in Brookfield, Vermont way back in 2007.