This bakery was born in a historic family farmhouse from 1812.
IT ALL BEGAN in 1979, in a charming Connecticut family farmhouse, when Blaine and Deanna Matthews made two delicious fruitcakes.
Named after their historic farm, Matthews 1812 House was born. Soon their hallways were filled with baking racks and the dining room table became the place to sort ingredients. The business of making scrumptious treats grew so much that in 1991 they moved their facility a mile away from the original farmhouse. Deanna and Blaine retired in 2015, but one of their daughters now runs the business. A quick perusal of their products, which run from cakes and cookies to dessert sauces and salty snacks, you’re sure to find something you love. There’s even a section for those with diet restrictions such as gluten-free, sugar-free and vegan. In other words, they have something to please everyone.
BORN IN A HISTORIC FAMILY FARMHOUSE, THE MATTHEWS 1812 HOUSE BUSINESS OFFERS MUCH TO SWEETEN YOUR DAY.