Little People, Big World is back and although Zach Roloff and his wife Tori have added baby Jackson and dog Murphy to the cast, the fraught story line between divorced couple Amy Roloff and Matt persists. They continue to fight over the future of the family farm in Oregon. Over the years, the farm has sold food products including pumpkin salsa, and Amy has sold baked goods through her website. So the farm isn’t just home — it represents their livelihoods and that makes the battle not just emotional but financial too.
This Spring, through her Little Kitchen label, Amy Roloff is now selling fudge and coffee.
One 12-ounce bag of Amy’s “Little Cup, Bold Blend” ground coffee beans sells for $19. And a 3-pack of Amy’s Spring Fudge is $39.95. (Each package of fudge is 7.5 ounces — together that’s almost 1.5 pounds of fudge.)
Flavors include Oregon Mint Fudge, Hazelnut Mocha Fudge and Lemon Meringue Fudge. According to the Little Kitchen website, the trio of fudge provides “6 large pieces or up to 24 little bites” depending on your appetite. Little People, Big World airs Tuesdays at 9 pm on TLC.
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Nothing like a good cup of coffee and a little fudge while reading Jer and Auj’s book #aloveletterlife on a cloudy drizzly spring day! Reminds me, are you ready for Easter? Order TODAY to Fill your baskets and special dish with Amy Roloff’s Little Kitchen fudge and specially ground coffee in your cup in time to get there for Easter 🌷🙏🏻🎶✝️. Go to the website and order today. https://amyroloffslittlekitchen.com/ Hope you’re keeping warm and enjoying your weekend. #amyroloffslittlekitchen #coffeeandfudge #eastercelebration