Copper Pot Caramels

So Long, But Not Goodbye

After much deliberation, Adrienne and I have come to the difficult decision to no longer wholesale Copper Pot Caramels. We will not cease to exist as a company, but we will no longer be offering our product on a day to day basis. Five years ago when we started this company, neither of us could have imagined the type of success we both feel we have achieved with our caramels. This decision was not an easy one, as making caramels have become so much a part of our day to day lives. It might be a... Read More »


Yakima's Copper Pot Caramels...

A link to a story about our decision to scale back. http://www.yakimaherald.com/news/business/yakima-s-copper-pot-caramels-other-small-businesses-often-face/article_35e9b14c-c8b0-11e5-8a8c-2f993f349bbc.html... Read More »


That's a Wrap!

That's a Wrap!

After four years of hand wrapping our caramels, not to mention custom cutting our wrappers, Adrienne and I realized we needed to revolutionize our production in order to meet the ever growing demand of our product. So in the winter of 2013, in the midst of the holiday frenzy, we set out to find a piece of equipment that we hoped would change the way we did business. Finding this piece of equipment was no easy feat and after copious amounts of research we decided on a Model KH Wrapper for it's ... Read More »


iheartyakima

Proud supporter of the iheartyakima movement. Check out this civic pride movement and then go sign the manifesto... Read More »


Mighty Tieton Holiday Bazaar

Mighty Tieton Holiday Bazaar

The Mighty Tieton Holiday Bazaar will soon be upon us! Join us on November 30th and December 1st at 608 Wisconsin Ave in Tieton, Washington. For more information, visit www.mightytieton.com or call 509-847-3034... Read More »


One jar + one spoon = happiness

Feeling pretty awesome about the great support we receive from our fans and community, it's an honor to make a sweets for you all! Check out this article in the Yakima Herald for a recipe on how to make this yummy chocolate gonache topped cake! Copper Pot Caramels: One Jar + One Spoon = Happiness... Read More »


Made in the Valley

We recently were invited to participate in the Yakima Herald's "Made in the Valley" series, season 2. Pop yourself some popcorn, grab a beverage and pull up a chair... Read More »


Peanut Butter Caramel Bars

Peanut Butter Caramel Bars

Peanut Butter... One of the most perfect foods on the planet. Such a simple food, deliciously smooth and creamy (not a fan of the crunchy stuff here,) full of protein, great on so many different foods and you can typically find a jar in most pantries! Many a meals in my past consisted of peanut butter, sometimes there was bread or apples, sometimes there was just a spoon. But it sustained me through those college years. You can imagine then, that I was quite excited to try out these peanut ... Read More »


Salted Caramel Cheesecake Bars

Salted Caramel Cheesecake Bars

It's no secret that I love caramel. I also happen to love dessert. Clearly it makes sense to combine the two. The following is a recipe that does just that. If you make this recipe, you will also very quickly make friends (only if you share, and I can't promise on the quality of friends you will make, but basically anyone who tries these will want to at least know when you plan on making them again. And that in my book, equals friends). Fleur de Sel Salted Dulce De Leche Caramel Cheesecake ... Read More »


VENDOR SPOTLIGHT:  Inklings Book Store

VENDOR SPOTLIGHT: Inklings Book Store

I love books. I also love bookstores. They kind of go hand in hand, don't they? I can remember peddling my bike down to the local bookstore as a kid, grabbing a novel, plopping down, and reading. As an adult, I can admit my habits haven't changed much, except for the fact that I now ( usually ) purchase my books instead of leaving tiny pieces of paper wedged between the pages for when I can come back and finish it, and admittedly I drive rather than biking (most of the time). Inklings ... Read More »



« Back - 1 2 - Next »

Subscribe to our Blog via RSS [?]
Web site designed by Invisible Ink