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Product: 7 Sun’s Cajeta Sauce Caramel made with Fresh Goat’s Milk.

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A unique and decadent sauce perfect for drizzling, baking, gifting, and spooning straight from the jar.

  • Glass Jar Net.Wt 7.5 oz/210grms
  • All Natural Slow Food 
  • Handling / Storage: Store in a cool, dry place
  • Made with fresh, simple, natural ingredients
  • Each jar is hand labeled and hand packaged
  • Cajeta is very similar to the ever-popular dulce de leche, a dairy-based confection that uses cow’s milk
  • Product of Mexico

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Cajeta Sauce Caramel is a beige to dark-brown confectionery product made by heating a variety of sugars. It can be used as a flavoring in puddings and desserts, as a filling in bonbons, or as a topping for ice cream and custard.


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Are cajeta and caramel topping the same?

Dulce de leche is frequently found as a sauce or more sauce-like consistency than caramel, which is generally more a creamy solid. But both are boiled sugar and milk. A homemade version can be made by boiling an unopened can of sweetened condensed milk in a double boiler for 30-45 minutes.

What is cajeta made out of?

Cajeta is made by simmering goat’s milk, or occasionally a sweetened liquid, stirring frequently, until it becomes very viscous due to evaporation of water, and caramelized. While goat milk is the most usual base, other liquids or juices may be used.
 Cajeta (Goats Milk Caramel) is rich, decadent, and easy to make. It's perfect drizzled over ice cream or sandwiched between cookies!:

Pronounced Kah-Heh-tah 

You could say that cajeta (pronounced Kah-Heh-tah) is Mexican Spanish for what other Latin American countries call dulce de leche. The word means “little box,” which is what the confection was stored in back in the 1500s. I’ve heard that cajeta is vulgar slang in some other Latin American countries, which is perhaps why it’s known as dulce de leche elsewhere. But beyond the names, there is another difference between the two.

What sets cajeta apart from its caramelized milk-and-sugar brethren is that it’s usually made from goat’s milk instead of from cow’s milk. I tend to find dulce de leche a bit cloying, but the goat’s milk used to make cajeta adds a certain tang that mitigates the sweetness. And while goat’s milk can be strong in flavor, its presence in cajeta isn’t prevailing but instead offers an occasional high note, like the ring of a triangle in a symphony of flutes and strings.

 Cajeta - Mexican Caramel Recipe with Caramelized Goat Milk:

It’s not difficult to find dulce de leche in New York, but cajeta is a different matter. And while I have seen one commercial brand at a Mexican bodega, its ingredients weren’t exactly pure. I know people that make an easy dulce de leche by boiling a can of sweetened condensed milk, but I’ve never seen a can of sweetened condensed goat’s milk. Have you? This meant if I wanted proper cajeta, I’d have to make it from scratch.

The most difficult thing about making cajeta is that you must stand and stir the pot for about an hour and a half, though this tedium can be minimized by having a good book on hand. Comfortable shoes or a stool to sit on aren’t bad ideas, either. But for this penance, you are rewarded with a thick, luscious treat that bears no resemblance to its previous self. And it’s so addictive you’ll be hard-pressed to do anything but just eat it straight out of the pot with a spoon, though it’s good on ice cream, in crepes and tortillas or on apple slices as well

How do you eat cajeta?

Obleas con cajeta. I use to think, as a little girl, these were church sweets.

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  • Drizzle on ice cream.
  • Spread on toast (tastes like french toast).
  • Spread on pancakes, waffles, and crepes.
  • Stir into coffee, tea or warm milk.
  • Dip fresh fruit into (apples, pears, and bananas are great!)
  • Drizzle on freshly baked pies (think apple and pumpkin).
  • Stir into hot oatmeal.

What is cajeta sauce made out of?

Cajeta sauce is made from simmering goat’s milk, or occasionally a sweetened liquid, stirring frequently, until it becomes very viscous due to evaporation of water, and caramelized. While goat milk is the most usual base, other liquids or juices may be used.

Cajeta Crepes

Cajeta sauce, a homemade caramel used in traditional Mexican desserts, is a terrific sauce to have on hand for drizzling over ice cream or baked treats.

 Dulce de Leche Crêpes:


1 (14-oz.) can sweeten condensed milk
1 cup flour
1 cup milk
2 tbsp. unsalted butter, melted
2 tsp. sugar
12 tsp. vanilla extract
14 tsp. kosher salt
18 tsp. ground cinnamon
18 tsp. ground cloves
1 egg, plus 2 yolks
1 cup coarsely chopped pecans, plus more for garnish
Confectioners’ sugar, for garnish
Fresh raspberries, for garnish


Place the unopened can of sweetened condensed milk in a 2-qt. saucepan and cover with water. Bring to a low simmer over medium-low heat and cook for 3 hours, adding more water as needed. Using tongs, the flip can and continue to cook 2 12 hours more. Cool to room temperature; refrigerate overnight.
Combine flour, milk, butter, sugar, vanilla, salt, cinnamon, cloves, egg, and yolks in a blender. Blend until smooth batter forms; cover and chill 1 hour.
Heat an 8” nonstick skillet over medium-high heat. Working in batches, pour 2–3 tbsp. batter into skillet, tilting skillet to let batter cover bottom completely. Cook until small bubbles form on the surface of the crêpe, about 2 minutes; flip and cook until lightly browned on the bottom, about 1 minute more. Transfer to a plate and keep warm. Spread 1 tbsp. cajeta evenly over each crepe; sprinkle with 1 tbsp. pecans. Roll crepes into logs and transfer to serving plates; sprinkle with additional pecans. Dust with confectioners’ sugar and serve with raspberries, if you like.
 Dulce de Leche Crepes:
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2 reviews for 7 SUN’S CAJETA SAUCE CARAMEL (click image to view)

  1. reneidn@yahoo.com
    5 out of 5

    it's good on everything Crepes with Caramel Sauce Recipe., Make a decadent breakfast by topping homemade crepes with caramel sauce.

  2. reneidn@yahoo.com
    5 out of 5

    Good stuff Cajeta Caramel Dulce de Leche amazing taste of goat milk.

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