These buttery, crunchy little goodies can be used in everything cooking, baking, sprinkling, swirling, dipping and drinking anytime you crave a hit of French caramel goodness. And, unlike that block of brown sugar you've got in your pantry, they never stick together. 3.5 oz. Jar. Put them on vanilla or chocolate ice cream.Toasted almond would be pretty swell too.Sprinkle on cupcakes for a treat.Fold into cupcake batter for a surprise.Swirl into your favorite hot chocolate . . . or your morning coffee (we won't tell).Oven-roast apples and sprinkle on topScatter on warm chocolate chip cookies (or tuck them into the batter).Sprinkle on top of a Boston Chocolate Cream Pie. Hello!Elevate your breakfast peanut butter toast (again, we're mum).Make your brownies special, yes, even special brownies.For a dessert with a taste of the tropics, grill pineapple and dash with French Salted Caramel Crumbles. Yes!Plus: throw on top of your homemade Rice Krispies Treats.
Ingredients: salted butter, caramel made with salted butter and sugar, sweetened condensed milk, more butter, water, and a little glucose syrup to keep it from getting grainy. Product of France
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Note * All edible items, such as this, are non-returnable.