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Kauffman's "Bird-In-Hand Brand" Orchard Products have been recognized and enjoyed since the early 1900's. Founder Amos L. Kauffman planted the first fruit trees in 1911, and today the 3rd, 4th, & 5th generations operate the business . . . to read more about Kauffman's click here
For my review I was sent two products. This is the one I am going to be talking about there Homemade Fruit Butter Gift Box, comes in 4 flavors - Apple, Pumpkin, Pear & Peach. My husband was really excited to get these in the mail. I mainly picked them out for him because he loves all those different jams and butters. It's good to mix up them up a bit when you are eating toast or english muffins. I tasted the Apple butter spread first and I love apples so I thought I might like that one the best and I sure did. I toasted up some wheat english muffins in the toaster and I put some peanut butter on first just very little, and than some of the apple butter spread, and it was so delicious & tasty. My husband had the Pumpkin butter and he said that was great too. The other two flavors we are going to give to family members to let them try these great products.
Next we have the Wilbur Buds - Milk Chocolate. If you know me I am a fan of chocolate. I love it! Before awhile ago our mall "Moorestown Mall" used to have a candy shoppe and I remember they would always have these, but they seemed to close down years ago, so it's hard finding these chocolates anymore. I love them so much. They are so chocolatey and you can even put them in the freezer too they are good that way as well. My son also enjoys them as well.
Kauffman's website has a lot of different variety of different things. You can buy in Bulk families that have a big family are more to buy in bulk. They have Dutch Country favorites. I know my mother loves their caramel popcorn!
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Check out their Apple Butter Blog - Here