These Homemade Snacks Will Keep the Super Bowl Festivities Alive

By: Emilie Picillo - Published: Feb 4, 2014 • References: kinderhooksnacks and coolhunting
Kinderhook's homemade snacks originate from Baltimore giving you more of a reason to ring in the post-Super Bowl festivities. Stamped with former US President Martin, Van Buren's face, these snacks feature triple ginger cookies, spicy and smoky mixed nuts and baked cheese stamps.

Run by Katie Horn and Marie Stratton, the duo started selling baked sweets and savory fares at farmers markets in 2011. After an increasing amount of positive feedback, they've started selling their goods to stores around Baltimore and are now expanding to the DC metro area.

The former president's nickname "Old Kinderhook" is said to be the origin of the word OK and is the inspiration for the company's logo and name. Each snack uses wholesome ingredients and undergoes repeated taste testing.