Truly experience the Caribbean with delicious Ditty Island Delights

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Ditty Island Delights owner Yanique Rhule visits Morning Dose to share delicious holiday treats with a sweet, refreshing tastes of the Islands. Hailing for Jamaica, Ruhle opened her dessert company in hopes of honoring her late mother, who passed away last year after a battle with cancer.

She teaches anchor Sharron Melton how to make a coconut-filled dessert Gizzada— nicknamed “pinch’em rounds.”

From now until Christmas Eve, the Ditty Island Delight Christmas Family Box is on sale for only $35. For each box purchased, Ditty Island Delight will donate $1 to charity.

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