The Wood'n Spoon is a family owned business since 1998 located in Mohawk, Michigan that features handmade jams, jellies and syrups, naturally grown produce, and baked goods from Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula. Many of the wild berries used for the jams, jellies, and syrups are picked in the Keweenaw forests. We grow our own berries for their preserves and fresh produce on their 70-acre farm where we use no chemical pesticides and as many natural practices as possible. We sell yarn made from our sheep and alpacas, some of which is hand dyed in micro-batches. In addition to these products, we offer many local specialties including native copper, agates, datolite, books about the Upper Peninsula, postcards, maple syrup, fruit cakes, and honey from our farm.
If you're interested in visiting The Wood'n Spoon shop you can find us at 174 Stanton Ave, US41, Mohawk, MI 49950. We are open Monday through Saturday from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM (seasonally).
At Wood'n Spoon, we craft delicious jams, jellies, syrups, cookies, and breads with fresh and natural ingredients. We offer over 70 different varieties of jams, jellies, and butters made from fruit and berries grown on Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula. Thimbleberries are a bright red berry in the raspberry family that has a sweet/tart taste and is found throughout the Keweenaw. You can try our Thimbleberry Walnut Cookies or our berry preserves and taste the difference!
Some of our best sellers include:
Wild Thimbleberry (4 sizes), Wild Blueberry, Wild Blackberry, Raspberry, Wild Strawberry, Strawberry-Rhubarb, and Tart Cherry
Wild Blackberry, Wild Chokecherry, Wild Thimbleberry, and Wild Pincherry
Wild Thimbleberry, Wild Blueberry, and Raspberry
We offer hot and regular options for this sweet and sour pickle mixture made with cucumbers, onions, peppers, and cauliflower.
Moms Gingersnaps, Thimbleberry Walnut, Snickerdoodles, Monster, Cardamon-Honey Snaps
We freshly bake bread on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. Some of our popular bread options include Limpa, Potato Buttermilk, Sourdough White, and Whole Wheat.