Stonewall Kitchen Double Chocolate Mint Cookie Mix Review & Giveaway

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Stonewall Kitchen was created in Maine in 1991 when Jonathan King and partner Jim Stott decided to sell their goods at a local farmer’s market. They acquired a small folding table, a market umbrella and called themselves Stonewall Kitchen, after Jim’s suggestion inspired by the historic New England stone walls outside their kitchen window. After a first day sell-out, they figured they might be onto something and continued to “head to market” every Saturday at the crack of dawn for the next five years. Today, Stonewall Kitchen boasts more than 6,000 wholesale accounts nationwide. The company continues to evolve ensuring its role as one of the country’s most acclaimed specialty food producers. The company produces all kinds of home goods including vinegars, oils, pesto, jams, pancake mixes and cookie mixes just to name a few.

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I am a huge fan of mint chocolate flavored anything but am picky with textures and the right amount of mint vs. chocolate.  Stonewall Kitchen nailed it with their Double Chocolate Mint Cookie Mix. I sent a text to my friend after I tasted these cookies and told him that I just made the best cookies I have ever had in my life. And it’s true, they are delicious! My daughter, best friend, and myself ate the first batch of 12 cookies before the second batch even came out of the oven. They are simple and quick to make, only needing to add six Tablespoons of butter and one egg to the mix, and are very high quality. I will without a doubt purchase more of Stonewall Kitchen’s products in the future.

You can purchase Stonewall Kitchen products on their website or on Amazon. The ARP of a package of Double Chocolate Mint Cookie Mix is $8.95.

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Disclosure: I received Stonewall Kitchen Double Chocolate Mint Cookie Mix in exchange for my honest review. I was not compensated in any other manner. The opinions expressed above are my own and any claims should be verified on the sponsor’s site.

About Heidi

Heidi is the mother of a beautiful two-year-old girl. When she is not busy chasing her around or working on school work, she loves to draw, swim, surf, snowboard, play guitar, go on walks, and watch movies. She also enjoys cooking and baking, doing hair, decorating, and wants to travel the world.

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Stonewall Kitchen Double Chocolate Mint Cookie Mix Review & Giveaway — 32 Comments

  1. In 1991 they started out in a small kitchen hand-labeling and filling jars with jam cooked up on a small, four burner stove. They sold at farmer’s markets.

  2. I learned that it all started out with one jar of jam being sold out their first day at the farmer’s market.I’d love to try some of their goodies.Thank you for the great giveaways! :)

  3. I learned Stonewall Kitchen was started in 1991 and their cafe is located in York, Maine. I thought the name was vaguely familiar but had no idea they are located in my home state. How exciting!

  4. Their “specialty food club” looks like a great opportunity to try a variety of new foods…would make an awesome gift.

  5. The “hands on” philosophy of the co-founders Jim Stott and Jonathan King is the feeling that flows through every facet of Stonewall Kitchen.

  6. Their selection of chutneys looks awesome! I’d like to try the Peach Chutney.
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  7. I learned that the company was started by Jim Stott and Jonathan King, who were waiters, cooks and avid gardeners

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  8. I learned that Stonewall Kitchen boasts more than 6,000 wholesale accounts nationwide,
    thriving catalog and web divisions, nine retail Company Stores along
    the East Coast and a staff growing in the hundreds.

  9. I learned that they have recipes on the site–like the Old Farmhouse Chutney Cheese Ball and the Warm Rosemary Flavored Cocktail Nuts. Great stuff!

  10. I learned The entire Stonewall Kitchen product line continues to be one of the
    most awarded in the industry year after year. Since 1995, Stonewall
    Kitchen has received 26 prestigious awards from the National Association
    of the Specialty Food Trade and has been awarded the coveted
    Outstanding Product Line Honors three times

  11. Visited and learned Jonathan and Jim together as Stonewall Kitchen have been awarded the Governor’s Business Excellence Award for the State of Maine, and were selected as the choice for Entrepreneurial Business of the Year by the Small Business Association of the State of Maine in 2002. Year after year, their specialty foods are awarded prestigious food industry awards for their products and packaging.

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