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Toad Sweat Cranberry Dessert Hot Sauce, 5oz.

Toad Sweat Cranberry Dessert Hot Sauce

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A smooth mix of a gentle cranberry flavor with cocoa and cinnamon followed by a surprising medium Habanero heat. This sauce has a unique combination of fruit flavors with Habanero finish that will surprise and delight your palate. Not just another hot sauce, Toad Sweat was originally created for use on desserts. The distinct combination of fruit juices and Habanero make these award-winning sauces quite versatile. Available in 3 other tantalizing flavors: Key Lime, Chocolate/Orange & Lemon Vanilla!

Cranberry Toad Sweat is a delicious mix of cranberries and Habaneros. We recommend this sauce be used as a pancake syrup or on oatmeal for breakfast, as a marinating or grilling sauce for the main course, as a condiment on a turkey sandwich, a glaze or dip for roasted chicken or shrimp, as a dip for spring rolls or steamed veggies, on ice cream or over fresh fruit for dessert. Let your imagination flow with these sensuous sauces!

From North Carolina.

Sugar, cranberry juice, Habanero peppers, vanilla extract, cocoa & spices. No Cholesterol, No Salt, No Fat.

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Yumm September 20, 2017
Reviewer: Sharon Collins from Dunedin, FL United States  
Couldn't have a turkey sandwich without Toad Sweat Cranberry Dessert Sauce, mix it with mayo and it is to die for. I use the sauce when I make turkey meatballs too, it adds a hot little taste to the cranberry sauce.

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Flavor isn't terrible, but... September 23, 2013
Reviewer: Rian Welles from Lincoln, IL United States  
It kinda reminds me of a pie filling, like those fried pies you can find on the snack rack at the store.  It might be okay with some real fruit syrup, but on its own, it seems kinda lacking.  I can see what they were going for with this, but I don't think it's quite there yet.

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