Aloha In A Jar...Big Island gourmet treats

and specialty goods found only at

the farmers markets in Kealakekua and Kona.

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If you're a coffee lover and want another way to satisfy your coffee cravings,

then delight your taste buds with a yummy fusion of:

Kona coffee * Coconut cream * Shredded coconut

Butter * Sugar * Eggs * Vanilla extract

Chocolate

Spread on toast or any baked good. Add a dollop to your ice cream.

OR simply eat it straight out of the jar.

Makes the perfect gift to give to friends and loved ones.

Coffee...always a great idea!

Coffee-toffee fix = :-)

Mouth-watering mocha.

May the French roast

be with you!

Best when chilled. Keep stored in fridge after opening.

PLEASE NOTE: At room temperature, some butter and coconut oil

will naturally separate and rise to the the top of the jar

and other liquids will settle at the bottom.

Simply shake the jar before chilling in the fridge

to reincorporate those ingredients.

 

For you fruit fans, the same basic recipe from the coffee butters was used

yet the coffee was swapped out with fruit.

These tasty blends are happiness in a jar.

Any flavor pairs well with pancakes, waffles, scones, croissants,

or whatever you have a hankering for. And the more savory fruits butters,

the Pineapple Ginger, Mango Chipotle, and Banana Raisin, go well with

cheese and crackers, mixed in with mayo or mustard, or simply spread some

on meat, fish, or poultry and enjoy.

Key-lime pie tartness.

Uniquely sour made

delicious with cane sugar.

Anytime is a good time

for chocolate anything!

Lusciously tangy with

hot-ginger bits.

Savor the flavor of

sweet-yet-smoky.

Mandarin oranges merged

with hazelnut deletability.

Bananas & rich, smooth bourbon-soaked raisins.

Best when chilled. Keep stored in fridge after opening.

PLEASE NOTE: At room temperature, some butter and coconut oil

will naturally separate and rise to the the top of the jar

and other liquids will settle at the bottom.

Simply shake the jar before chilling in the fridge

to reincorporate those ingredients.

 

Big Island macadamia nuts are dry roasted to perfection

so the natural, honey-like flavor of the nut rises to the surface.

Enjoy just plain mac nut butter or try one of seven different gourmet flavors.

Best when chilled. Keep stored in fridge after opening.

PLEASE NOTE: At room temperature, some macadamia nut oil

will naturally separate and rise to the the top of the jar.

Simply use a knife or spoon to reincorporate those ingredients.

 

Fudge is simply just another way to enjoy eating rich and creamy chocolate

that's mixed with other tasty things like dried fruit, nuts,

jelly beans, M&M's, or Nutella!

Revel in twelve flavors!

Flavors (clockwise from the top):

Mango Mac Nut, Pineapple Ginger, Coconut Mocha, Peanut Butter Banana Bliss,

Nutella Lovefest, Lilikoi Chia, Orange Almond, Lemon Date, Lime Chipotle,

Kiwi Banana, Plain M&M Raisin, and Salted Caramel Beet Chip

At room temperature, fudge will stay fresh

for about 1 week if kept in an airtight container.

Else, place it in the fridge.

 

So many wonderful things happen when you bake in an oven.

Plus you get all those amazing aromas filling up the kitchen

and making your mouth water with anticipation.

Variety is the spice of life and that's why each week I bring

to the markets an assortment of tasty treats baked fresh in my home kitchen.

Some of those baked goods are filled with fruit and/or fruit butters

and then topped off with frosting, chocolate, or sugar snow.

And of course there are the whimsical animal cupcakes...

Perfect for kids of all ages :-)

FYI: I only make a certain amount of items, so you'll want to get to

the market early to ensure you get what you want.

To find out what I'm bringing to the market each week,

be sure to join the email list by clicking here.

Other non-baked yummy treats to indulge in:

Nut Butter Cups: Plain or fruit-filled

Date Truffles: Dates mixed with assorted nuts, spices & fruits

Mac Nut Bark: Dark Chocolate Ginger or Marbled Tropical Delight

 
 

Immersing your body in a tub filled with aromatic,

tension-taming salts is such a luxury

and your chance to escape in a long, relaxing soak.

Aloha In A Jar blends only the finest Dead Sea salts with

Epsom salt and baking soda. And then adds fragrant essential oils

and a splash of colors to delight your senses.

Each jar of bath salts brings the healing benefits of the ocean to you.

Select from two therapeutic blends and then dive in and bliss out :-)

 

Adorn your home with unique resin art pieces created with aloha.

Images to be uploaded soon.

 

About Chef Cynthia

My love of baking started in elementary school when I would make chocolate chip cookies, freezing some of the dough to enjoy with ice cream long before it became the thing to do. Since I wasn't one to wait for the cookies to cool down once they came out of the oven, I usually ended up burning my tongue then chugging cold milk.

That childhood joy of creating sugary sweets in a kitchen has stayed with me my whole life...am now in my mid-fifties :-) Crème brûlée, chocolate croissants, and bear claws are my top three favorite sweets to eat. And lemon bars, almond cheesecake, and carrot cake are my top three faves to make and bring to a potluck and share with friends.

 

I believe excellent food comes from natural ingredients like butter, sugar, eggs, dairy, flour, nuts, chocolate, and fruit...and those can be combined in so many ways to delight your palate.

Similar to many around the globe, 2020 shook my world upside down, impacted my financial situation, and left me with some free time. Free time which I used in the kitchen creating coffee butters that are now the foundation for my new venture, Aloha In A Jar. In addition to tasty treats in a jar, I also make baked goods, bath salts, and unique 3-D wave art that I also sell at the farmers market.

Still want to know more about me...click here.

All food items are handcrafted by Chef Cynthia

in a home kitchen not routinely inspected by

the Department of Health.

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