Amy Roloff’s Little Kitchen, Seasonal Products, Shipping And How To Shop

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Amy Roloff started Amy Roloff’s Little Kitchen in the wake of her divorce from Matt Roloff in 2016. Always happiest in her kitchen, she started turning out some of her own seasonal products that people could shop for online. However, fans may recall her first products that included things like pumpkin bread don’t seem to be in the shop these days. So, here’s what we know about Amy Roloff’s Little Kitchen.

Amy Roloff’s seasonal Little Kitchen products

Remember the days when you could order Amy’s Three Loaf Holiday Bread Gift Package that came in pumpkin, ginger, and cranberry orange flavors? Well, you won’t find them in the online store right now.  That’s because Amy’s edibles seem mostly seasonal and she’s onto it right now with a new “Spring Sweets Collection.” No doubt, you’ll see something up there for summer, fall, and winter. Plus, special days like Valentine’s get products as well.

The “Spring Sweets Collection” consists of three packs of spring fudge, which sound to die for. One of her latest is her Lemon Meringue Fudge and the others include a special blend of coffee with fudge to sample. Those flavors, just to whet your appetite include Amy Roloff’s Double Shot Espresso Fudge, Oregon Mint Fudge, Smoked Caramel Mocha Fudge, and Caramel Latte Fudge. Plus, don’t forget the Little Cup, Bold Blend Coffee. Of course, with Easter coming, sweet treats are on our minds, so her spring selection’s well-timed.

Don’t forget the family pet, Amy Roloff caters for them too

The Roloff family dogs always seem to manage to get some screentime in TLC’s Little People, Big World. Well, maybe that’s why Amy never left off some treats for the family pet in her Little Kitchen. In the shop this spring, you’ll find the Felix and Friends Fudge and Dog Treat Gift Pack.

This includes some cookies for your furry friend made with “Wheat flour, rolled oats, peanut butter (roasted peanuts, sugar, contains less than 2% or less of molasses, fully hydrogenated vegetable oils, (rapeseed & soybean), mono and  diglycerides,  1% or less of salt), banana and egg.”

Shopping and shipping in Amy Roloff’s Little Kitchen

Amy makes her treats from scratch on order, according to her Amy Roloff’s Little Kitchen website. When you add your products to the cart, you can proceed to the checkout, or make your payment via PayPal. A list of extra things that she stocks also pop up so you can continue shopping if you wish. These include non-edibles like hoodies, T-shirts, tote bags and coffee mugs.

Shipping is done via UPS and depending on what you buy, can take two to five days to arrive. However, please pay attention to Amy Roloff’s info about allergens. You can read it when you click on a picture of the products. As she explains, her “treats are made in a professional, licensed kitchen and may contain or come in contact with all manner of nuts, wheat, gluten, soy, dairy, and pretty much anything else you can imagine as a food allergen. If you have allergies or food sensitivities, please shop accordingly.” You can also click on the Ingredient Tab to check what’s in the treats.

Recipes and giveaways

Quite often, you’ll see online that Amy Roloff shares photos of herself cooking, or her friends and family enjoying a meal. On Amy Roloff’s Little Kitchen website, you’ll also find some giveaway recipes like her Winter Chili and Cheddar Jalapeño Cornbread. Famous for her ‘soup nights’ on Instagram and Facebook, fans who enjoy seeing the family and friends come around can also find some of Amy’s soup recipes.

What do you think of Amy Roloff’s Little Kitchen? Have you tried any of her products? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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