Thank you to bride, Laura, for this lovely photo! She used our Petite Red Candy Caramel Apples with Crunch as part of the dessert display at her wedding this weekend, along with homemade pies and cream cheese mints and, of course, wedding cake. We love this idea and the rustic, fall colors in this display are absolutely gorgeous!!
Easy to use in a variety of applications, from topping decadent deserts to filling candies and other confections, Daffy Farms All Natural Baker’s Caramel features a rich, homemade taste and a simple, wholesome ingredient list. Made with non-GMO corn syrup, Daffy Farms All Natural Baker’s Caramel does not contain any artificial colors, artificial flavors, partially hydrogenated oils, high fructose corn syrup, or trans fats, and is gluten free.
“The practice of coating fruit in sugar syrup dates to ancient times. Honey and sugar were used as preserving agents. Food historians generally agree that toffee apples (aka taffy apples, caramel candied apples, candy apples, lollipop apples) probably date to the late 19th century, although difficult to prove in print. Both toffee and caramel are traced to the early decades of the 18th century. Inexpensive toffee/caramels became available by the end of the 19th century. Culinary evidence confirms a variety of recipes, from hard colored sugar to soft chewy caramel coating.”
Learn more about the history of caramel apples, and just about every other food, at foodtimeline.org!!
Love from the press is always good, especially when we get to enjoy the love twice in one week! On Tuesday, PershiableNews.com highlighted us with their post, Daffy Apple Extends Business To New Markets, Changing Name To Daffy Farms. And this morning, we won a front page spot on Candy Industry‘s website, with their piece, Daffy Apple changes name to Daffy Farms as it expands caramel candy business. Both articles discuss the Daffy Farms name change as well as our current All Natural Baker’s Caramel and forthcoming All Natural Dipping Caramel.