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Happy Goat Caramels

New mouthwatering goat milk caramels add a kick of flavor to the classic sweet

by Evan Orensten in Food + Drink on 11 February 2010

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Incredibly delicious Happy Goat artisinal caramels redefine the old standard treat with their goat milk flavor. The "friend-owned" business crafts the sweets in small batches using traditional copper pots, combining Madagascar bourbon vanilla beans and locally-sourced, free-range goat milk.

By using goat milk, the caramels not only have a slight tang but also are naturally lower in fat. They also make a great alternative for the lactose intolerant. (Goat milk is low-lactose and the closest in nature to mother's milk).

Made in San Francisco, CA, Happy Goat caramels sell online starting at $7.

Photos by Stephanie Stiavetti

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