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Goat Milk Stuff - All natural and ooh so good!

I'm sure just reading the title of this post had you tilting your head saying "goat milk stuff, what's that?". I know I sure was when I first came across their website. As you may know from previous posts we have goats, but they are pets not the kind you milk or anything like that. I've heard of people drinking goats milk but never using it to make things from it. So being a goat owner and having thought about getting a milking goat I was really curious to see what it was all about. I have to say I couldn't believe all of the stuff that can be made using goats milk (and some other ingredients of course). I love that they are all natural made right on the family farm where the goats are raised. I've always been one to support small businesses that are family run. And Goat Milk Stuff is definitely one that I'll be frequenting often now that I've tried their stuff for myself.

One of the products I got was their Beauty Pack. I chose it because it gave me an assortment of products to try out. Now that I've had the chance to try them all for awhile I can't decide which I am more in love with though the lotion stick or the lip balm. Both of them are super smooth going on and help keep my skin and lips from getting dry in the cold weather. I like the bar of soap too, but am more in love with the other two because I can carry them in my purse and use them all the time. This set is great if you're wanting to try out Goat Milk Stuff products for the first time, or want to give them as a gift.

Beauty Pack - Your choice of one bar of soap, one small lotion stick, and one lip balm. All three items will come packaged in a colorful organza bag.

I also had the great opportunity to try out both their toffee and their caramels made with farm fresh goats milk. When I tried them I wasn't sure what to expect. But to be honest it was a nice surprise. Both were softer than their cows milk counterparts. My kids even tried them and fell in love. My daughter's boyfriend actually has a high sensitivity to cows milk so she took some to him to try too. If you ask me no one should have to go through life without being able to enjoy caramel! Thankfully there are goat milk alternatives to enjoy instead.

Goat Milk Toffee
This half pound (8 oz) of toffee comes packaged in a white gift box. We start with our buttery goat milk toffee, then cover it in semi-sweet chocolate and dip it in nuts. The nuts include almonds, peanuts, pecans, and walnuts.

Goat Milk Caramels
Each piece of gluten free candy weighs between 10 and 13 grams and comes individually wrapped. The caramels are made with farm fresh goat milk from our pastured goats. Each caramel is chewy, and not too hard or sticky.

You can shop the Goat Milk Stuff website 24 hours a day and have products shipped right to your door, or to someone else's door as a gift. Their minimum for free shipping is only $15 which I found to be awesome so be sure to check them out!

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