5 Valley-produced edible treats

Whether you’re looking to send something to an out-of-town relative or bring as a hostess gift, here are 5 Valley-produced edible treats sure to delight.

Give the gift of good fortune with Fortune Cookie Divas,
which are one-of-a-kind, gourmet, white and dark
chocolate-dipped fortune cookies packaged in a steamer
basket. Custom messages and cookie decorations available.

25 fortune cookies, $39.99;

fortunecookiedivas.com

 

 

 

 

 

Baked goods from Bertha Mae’s Brownies have that moist,
fresh-out-of-the-oven taste. The company also makes cookies
and breads—all of which include a handwritten note in your
own words. Choose from flavors like cinnamon chip, milk
chocolate toffee and coffee cake.

From $23.95;

berthamaesbrownies.com

 

 

 

 

With cool flask-shaped bottles, Tiffany’s Torcher Hot Sauce is
in a class of its own. The sauce delivers balanced flavor and heavenly
heat in three varieties: Torcher (everyday sauce), Ghost (smoky/chipotle)
and Scorpion (sweet/citrusy). Free of sugar, fats, additives and preservatives.
Low sodium.

From $7.99;

Order at torcherhotsauce.com
or find at Epicurus Gourmet and EATALY L.A.

 

 

 

Artisan Cheese and Wine, which just
kicked off an evening program with
small plates and an extensive wine list,
is also now creating its own basil pesto,
beer mustard and cherry fig jam, packaged
in chic mason jars. Perfect for gifting
foodies and entertainers.

$13 to $18;

12023 Ventura Blvd., Studio City

 

 

These unique, homemade baked goods combine the crunch of a mandel bread and the sweetness of a cookie. Subarz are available in 11 flavors, ranging from chocolate chip with cinnamon sugar to a version with organic matcha, white chocolate chips and a hint of orange.

Box of 8 bars, $12; box of 24 bars, $28;

subarzsweets.com

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