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Stonewall Kitchen Dark Chocolate Sea Salt Caramel Sauce
340 g
This dark chocolate sauce is enhanced with sea salt and finished with creamy caramel. The unexpected combination of savoury and sweet is perfect alone, with ice cream or pieces of fruit. Add a little to your brownie baking mix for extra moist, chocolaty brownies.

Features:
  • All natural
  • Gluten-Free
  • Rich and flavourful
  • Great on a brownie sundae
  • Made in USA
Ingredients: Cream (milk), Pure Cane Sugar, Corn Syrup, Chocolate Liquor, Cocoa Powder, Glycerine, Unrefined Sea Salt, Caramelized Sugar Syrup, Vanilla Extract, Hydroxylated Soy Lecithin, Carrageenan.

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Deidre: a few months ago

Yum! What else can I say?


Frances: about a year ago

This lovely Rich sauce has a beautifully balanced flavor. It is a bit expensive but worth the cost if you save it for special,occasion desserts. It really kicks thing up a notch. I really feel it's the best of its kind.


Salome: more than a year ago

The dark chocolate lovers really enjoyed it(Rated it 5 stars) , the caramel lovers really like it(Rated 4 stars), the rest of us hate it. (Rating between one and two stars) Overall I averaged it out to a four star.


E1993: more than a year ago

Heaven! Delicious on apple slices or by itself too. Gotta try this if you love chocolate!


LISA: more than a year ago

Really good as a ice cream topping!


Veronica: more than a year ago

I have not used the the black peppercorns or the cinnamon yet but the sauce is everything I thought it would be. I'm going to try it with sliced apples. Yummy!


Lindsay: more than a year ago

I can taste the sark chocolate, sea salt, and the caramel. Such an amazing combination. If this wasn't discontinued I would buy more jars!


Mia: more than a year ago

I tried this sauce today for the first time. I began eating it with pieces of apple, but soon started digging spoonfuls of it solo.....it was delicious! The best way to describe it is as a softer and less sweet version of chocolate fudge. It's not runny, so I may be putting it on a piece of toast tomorrow morning. Yum!

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