In finding Lady Walton’s Cookies, you’ve discovered something rare: a family-owned and operated business, founded on quality, and dedicated to preparing delicious foods that are literally “like mother used to make.”
Sisters Susan and Mary Alizon Walton spent their childhood holidays in the family kitchen helping their mother prepare the Walton family’s traditional holiday treat–called a Stroopwafel (a Dutch cookie made with all butter and a caramel filling).
This tradition continued in the sisters’ own kitchens for years until 1988, when, to satisfy the ever-increasing demand from family, neighbors, friends, and friends-of-friends, Susan and Mary Alizon decided to manufacture these beloved holiday treats all year long. However, they added their own twist: the caramel filling was replaced with a variety of different chocolate flavors. The company, named for the Waltons’ mother, became an instant success.