Made in Miami

Embrace the slow food movement with these delicious, locally produced gourmet treats.

  • GRANOLA GIRL You’ll never shop the cereal aisle again after crunching on granolas by Laurie’s Pantry. Her Health Nut blend adds goji berries and flax seeds, and your sweetie will love Valentine’s raspberries and white chocolate. $10. Available at Graziano’s Market, 2301 Galiano Street, Coral Gables; 213-709-7415; PHOTOS BY FELIPE CUEVAS

  • VERY, VERY VANILLA Angie’s Handmade Pure Vanilla Products celebrates the pricy spice that’s anything but bland. Its real vanilla extract doesn’t contain chemicals, preservatives or water for better baked goods and delicious drinks. $5-$25. 305-773-0285; PHOTOS BY FELIPE CUEVAS

  • MIAMI HEAT PepperJelly Co. spices up the hot sauce market with Cuban Sriracha, a small-batch recipe of fermented chili peppers and roasted garlic sourced from Florida. Organic tomato ketchup and Cuban Missile Crisis Jelly debut this year. $8. 305-209-4287; PHOTOS BY FELIPE CUEVAS

  • AL DENTE DREAMIN’ The Big Boot steps into South Florida through Chef Diego’s pastas, handmade here with love. His all-natural noodles range from garlic and parsley pappardelle to egg-based tajarin. $4.50. Available at The Village Stand, 216 NE 98th Street, Miami Shores; 786-548-2599; PHOTOS BY FELIPE CUEVAS

  • PUMP UP THE JAM These natural jams are made from interesting produce like calamondin and guanabana grown in Homestead. Useful beyond topping English muffins, seafood and poultry recipes can be found on the family-owned company’s website. $8-$10. Available at Glaser Organic Farmers Market, Saturdays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., 3300 Grand Avenue, Coconut Grove; 305-389-1590; PHOTOS BY FELIPE CUEVAS

  • SMART COOKIES You can have your cookie and eat it too with Om Nom Nom’s vegan recipes improving upon homemade classics like orange-zested chocolate chip, red velvet and spicy Mexican snickerdoodle. $14 for a pack of 6.   PHOTOS BY FELIPE CUEVAS

  • CASA DE CACAO Valentine’s is only a day, but chocolate cravings last year-round. Good thing Ricardo Trillos imports fine cacao from his native Venezuela for Cao Chocolates. Try the candied ginger or lemon rinds dunked in dark chocolate for something out of the ordinary. Prices vary. Available at Cao Chocolates Atelier, 9804 SW 77th Avenue, Miami; 305-603-9747; PHOTOS BY FELIPE CUEVAS

  • UST RIGHT ROASTS Kaña Coffee Roasters is determined everyone should brew a proper cafecito as if it were old Havana. Its Cuban-style, dark roasts avoid bitterness, plus who could pass up a blend named after Hialeah? $10.99 for .75 pound. Available at The Village Stand, 216 NE 98th Street, Miami Shores; 954-933-9742; PHOTOS BY FELIPE CUEVAS