Lick My Spoon Caramel Sauce

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Kristine Insalaco-Gaioni

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Lick My Spoon Caramel Sauce

Kristine Insalaco-Gaioni
Weight: 10 oz

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Family Owned
Sarasota, Florida
2015 Good Food Award Winner Award Winning
  • Handcrafted in small batches from organic ingredients
  • A perfect balance of sweet and salty

Creamy. Dreamy. Yum!

Kristine Insalaco-Gaioni of Sarasota, Florida , a former pharmaceutical rep and avid foodie, tasted a caramel sauce at a friend's baby shower and thought, "I can make a better one." And make one she did.

Crafted in small batches, Kristine uses fresh heavy cream from Florida's Dakin Dairy Farm, a sustainable dairy and the only one in the state of Florida that produces and bottles its own milk. Organic Fleur de Sel from France, pure cane sugar, and organic Madagascar vanilla beans ensure a caramel sauce that not only tastes delicious, but is free of any preservatives or antibiotics. Winner of a 2015 Good Food Award in the Confections Category, enjoy this scrumptious sauce as a topping for ice cream, fresh fruit, and cheesecake. Stir into coffee and drizzle over oatmeal or baked brie. The endless possibilities will have you "licking your spoon".

  • A delicious coating for a cocktail glass
  • Drizzle over oatmeal, yogurt, pancakes and waffles
  • Warm and spoon over ice cream or strawberries
Heavy Cream, Pure Cane Sugar, Spring Water, Organic Madagascar Vanilla Beans, Organic Fair Trade Madagascar Vanilla Extract, Organic Fleur de Sel

Since its 2013 launch when founder Kristine Insalaco-Gaioni was making just 4 jars of Caramel Sauce at a time, Lick My Spoon has earned five consecutive annual Good Food Awards. Using no artificial flavorings or preservatives, Kristine continues to develop sauces she dubs "American classics with Italian influences," calling up her family's Italian roots.

Your purchase also helps provide jobs—the packaging is completed by teens and young adults from a special needs home paid to place the labels in the home's commercial kitchen. Fall for this feel good company that invites you to Lick Your Spoon again and again.

Read our interview with Lick My Spoon's Kristine Insalaco-Gaioni on our Taste.Savor.Share Blog.