Last week my colleague and I attended a tradeshow called SIAL in Toronto, Canada. Not only was our Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramel Sauce nominated for a Trends and Innovations award at the show, but it was one of the customer's favorites! One of the questions asked was "What else can you do with this besides put it on Ice Cream?". Our dessert toppings have endless possibilities! Secretly, we've been known to sneak a few spoonfuls straight from the jar, but they also make a great filling for a cake, topping on a cheesecake or, for a really decadent dessert, on a Dark Chocolate Crepe with a little dab of whipped cream.

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They would make a great addition to any baked goods but really on top of ice cream would be heaven to me.

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I'd either use them to make truffles or I'd just drizzle some on some fruit and enjoy!

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ReplyDeleteJust give me a spoon :) lol I think the topping would be great on pound cake, sundaes, maybe even french toast!

ReplyDeleteSlice bananas in half length ways, brush lightly with olive oil, grill for 1-2 minutes, cut into bite-size pieces and place in bowl. Drizzle with Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramel Sauce, sprinkle on toasted, chopped almonds or hazelnuts, add a dolop of whipped cream or homemade marshmallow cream. Delish!!!

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ReplyDeleteI love the chocolate sea salt caramel sauce, and use it on ice cream. However, brownies sound good too!

ReplyDeletei think i'd add it to homemade vanilla ice cream, at the end of churning, to add a ribbon of rich-savory-sweet deliciousness!

ReplyDeleteI have put it on top of oatmeal, fruit, and even a fig and ricotta pizza!

ReplyDeleteI would use on top of ice cream or fruit..YUMMY!!

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The dark chocolate sea salt caramel sauce drizzled over popcorn...add almonds, pecans, or your favorite nut/seed for a snack that satisfies the craving for sweet, salty and crunchy.

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First option would be warmed over my favorite ice cream made locally here in Jamaica Plain, salted caramel by Batch. Second, would be melted with cream to make truffles to share the yummy goodness!!!

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ReplyDeleteI love the dark chocolate sea salt on vanilla ice cream. I also like it on crepes. So delicious! (you can find me on twitter @kempette btw)

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And I would use the chocolate on everything! Pancakes, ice cream, or fresh fruit.

Chocolate and sea salt is divine. I may be tempted to eat out of jar. But I'd probably make an awesome sundae with it. At least to start with.. :)

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ReplyDeleteI would spoon it into the center of some homemade ebelskivers for sure!!!

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ReplyDeleteI make a homemade banana nut bread, but I add raisins, craisins, walnuts, pecans (and a cup of my homemade granola), so it's very rich (almost like a fruitcake). I warm a piece, drizzle with Dulce de Leche sauce and serve with a hot cup of tea for dessert... Scrumptious!

ReplyDeleteThere's nothing like adding walnuts or pecans to an apple pie, then drizzling Dulce de Leche or Dark Chocolate Toffee Sauce over the warm pie!! Nutty Caramel Apple Pie! Serve a la mode, of course...

ReplyDeleteI have used several of your chocolate sauces when making ice cream. I make a plain vanilla and at the end of the freezing time I swirl in the sauce to make a ripple like effect. YUM!!

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Ice cream, ice cream, and more ice cream!!!! But also cakes, puddings, pies - most types of desserts!!

ReplyDeleteThe coffee caramel sauce is a great addition to french toast! Swirl it in or just drizzle it on top.. Yum!

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ReplyDeleteI warmed mine up and used it to glaze homemade baked mini donuts.

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ReplyDeleteI like to pour them (drizzling is for wimps!) onto slices of cheesecake. :)

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ReplyDeleteI would definitely use it on ice cream. I'm picturing a scoop of ice cream on top of those crepes and chocolate sauce drizzled on top!

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ReplyDeleteLove it on grilled fruit...warm, smokey...and sometimes add a bit more fleur de sel. Heaven!

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For dipping with pineapple and strawberry!

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ReplyDeleteI think Stonewall Kitchen dessert toppings would be the perfect accompaniment to an ice cream sundae!! My mouth is just watering from picturing that dark chocolate sea salt caramel sauce on top of some homemade vanilla ice cream!!!

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I would use them on crepes or pound cake

ReplyDeleteI would, and have, put the sauce on brownies:-0 Delicious!!!

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ReplyDeleteI would use the toppings for sure on either crepes OR make some blueberry pancakes. YUM!

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put on ice cream or on frozen cheesecake, yum.....

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If I won, I would drizzle this all over some yummy pancakes!!!

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I'm thinking brownie topped with ice cream and this poured over.

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ReplyDeleteDrizzled over delicious creamy cheesecake, allowing the Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramel Sauce to steal the show!

Yum, I would use this in a mole!

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ReplyDeleteI would create a very decadent experience and savor every bite!

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