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Sea Salted Caramels - 5pc

Sweet Apricity

As an optional extra for the hot summer months, we offer an insulated pouch to give your caramels the best chance from melting during shipment to hot climates!

To take advantage of this service, add an Insulated Shipping Packet to your shopping cart. This can be found HERE.

Time to rejoice! Delicious, creamy caramels for AIP and Paleoaholics have been created. Sweet Apricity is the genius behind these sweet yet salty morsels of caramel. 

They wanted to make something that feels like a reward for the sacrifice of giving up the once loved dairy, gluten, eggs, nuts, and seeds.

Their Sea Salted Caramels are made with five ingredients and are AIP/Paleo friendly. Free from dairy, grains, nuts, or eggs, the caramels are prepared in small batches, hand poured, and hand wrapped in a commercial Paleo kitchen.

Caramels are soft, heat sensitive, and may stick to the paper. This is perfectly normal! The chemistry of using honey and coconut oil is different from using corn syrup, refined sugar and butter. This makes their caramels more sensitive to warm temperatures. If you pop them into the fridge for 10-15 minutes, they will firm back up. Or you can scrape the caramel off with your teeth and lick the paper clean. No judgment.

Ingredients

Raw Honey, Coconut Cream (Water, Coconut), Organic Coconut Palm Sugar, Organic Coconut Oil, Sea Salt

 

Sweet Apricity Q & A

I follow the Autoimmune Protocol diet, are your caramels allowed?

Yes! Although, you know your body best. If you have difficulties with coconut or honey, then these will not be supportive for you.

Are your caramels made in a gluten free kitchen?

Yes! Sweet Apricity caramels are prepared and packaged in a commercial Paleo kitchen in the Pacific Northwest.

What is the shelf life of your caramels?
Room temperature - 4 to 6 weeks

Refrigerator – 6 months
Freezer – 1 to 2 years (until the apocalypse?)

Caramels are soft and are sticking to the paper. Is that supposed to happen?

The chemistry of using honey and coconut oil is different from using corn syrup, refined sugar and butter. This makes our caramels more sensitive to warm temperatures. If you pop them into the fridge for 10-15 minutes, they will firm back up. Or you can scrape the caramel off with your teeth and lick the paper clean. No judgment.





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