Here at Mouth, we’re all about discovering our next indie food obsession, and sharing it with you. We like to make sure you’re able to try some of these new goodies at a discount, so check our Weekly Sales page regularly (how #MOUTHwatering is that?). But the discount only lasts for a limited time, so pop to it, people! Here are a few goodies from this week:
33% OFF: Toasted White Chocolate Bar
You like dulche de leche. You like brown butter. Well, you'll love this caramelized white chocolate bar. It sounds overpoweringly sweet, but a hint salt cuts down the sugar overload. This is one of the absolute best white chocolate bars we've tasted – we love it straight out of the package but also keep finding great ways to use it in recipes, like chopped up into cookies or melted and drizzled on weekend waffles.
25% OFF: Goat Milk Caramel
Goat Milk Caramel, also known as cajeta, is a luscious treat. It has a silky texture and a wonderfully complex, tangy flavor. There's almost a roasted nutty bitterness – like the top of a creme brûlée – with the consistency of a rich and creamy sauce. Dip apples in it, put a little bit in your coffee or hot chocolate, drizzle over ice cream or grilled fruit. You will likely be holding yourself back from eating it off a spoon, straight from the jar.
A healthier twist on classic durum wheat pasta, we keep our cupboards stocked with this one at all times. Pairs well with meat, cream, seafood and vegetable sauces; these also have a great texture when chilled and used for pasta salads. Try it with broccoli cooked slowly in olive oil over low heat, with lots of chopped garlic, anchovy and crushed red pepper. Once it's soft, mash it up with a wooden spoon.
Khorasan Kamut, a heritage form of wheat, has a mild, nutty flavor that makes it a great match for vegetable and cheese based sauces. Try it with a sauce made of caramelized onions, roasted butternut squash and sage, then add a dollop of fresh ricotta. We highly recommend keeping a couple boxes around for whipping up dinner on the fly.
15% OFF: Spring Coastal Tennessee Honey
This honey is actually called "free range." Are you thinking: "huh?" (we did too). Well, here’s what free range means when it comes to honey: Tennessee Beekeepers Laura and Jeff put their “free-range” bees in places where they're not limited to any one particular tree or flower – instead these bees feast upon tulip poplar, fruit blossoms and black locust in the spring, then wildflowers, herbs and clover in the summer. So each jar of TruBee honey captures the taste of nature in a particular place and time. Pretty buzz-worthy, right?
This PB&J inspired candy bar takes everyone's favorite combo to a whole new level of deliciousness! A thick, creamy layer of peanut butter praline is mixed with crumbly biscuit for a deliciously crunchy texture. That's topped with a tartly sweet and tender layer of passionfruit pâte de fruit. Then it all gets a finishing dip in semi-sweet chocolate.
15% OFF: Edamame Sea Salt Milk Chocolate Bar
Roasted edamame seasoned with soy sauce are weirdly delicious pockets of crunch in this classic, salty-sweet milk chocolate bar. For anyone who likes the offbeat. And not only does this bar taste good, it does good, too. For each bar sold, Jcoco provides a serving of fresh and healthy food to someone in need through organizations such as Northwest Harvest, the Food Bank for New York City and Hopelink.
15% OFF: Chocolate Peanut Butter Nougat Bar
Creamy peanut butter nougat, topped with crunchy roasted peanuts, enrobed in silky dark chocolate and a sprinkling of coarse sea salt – this is the perfect reimagined candy bar to bite into while strolling down New York’s famed 5th Avenue, if you catch our drift. Its got all the glamour of fancy chocolate, with the feel-good flavor of classic peanut butter.
15% OFF: S’mores Fluffernutter
Each jar of this fluffy stuff is a mesmerizing swirl of organic peanut butter, creamy marshmallow and sweet milk chocolate chunks. Spread it on graham crackers, of course, but fluff to your heart’s desire! Try it with sliced banana or strawberries; add a dollop to cupcake batter (even better: use it as frosting); dip with salty pretzels. Also makes a relatively guiltless choice for a kid’s school lunch. We want s’more.
15% OFF: Original Sriracha
Spice fiends aren’t a meek bunch. And since all hot sauces are not created equal, they feverishly defend their favorites. We get it, but we also believe in things new and indie. One lick of this preservative-free, farm-fresh take on the original red rooster and all you sriracha devotees (you know who you are) will be crowing about the new bird in town.