Delicious pies they’re sure to love—just $15.25.
Granny Smith apples are coated with a sugar & cinnamon coating and baked to perfection. A sweet crumb topping is layered on top. Goes great with vanilla ice cream. Wine pairing: Lost Creek Vineyard, Chardonnel
We take the classic pumpkin pie and add apple butter to make this light and fluffy filling. We top it with a sweet, toasted pecan streusel. This will become your new favorite fall pie. Wine pairing: Lost Creek Vineyard, Chardonel
A delicious blend of plump blackberries with a sour cream mixture and a crunchy topping. Wine pairing: Lost Creek Vineyard Whistle Stop White or Peach
We’ve taken your Grandma’s Custard Pie and added sweet blackberries to make the perfect combination.
Perhaps even more thrilling, this pie is like the blueberry pie but with a sweet sour cream filling, topped with a crunchy crumb topping.
Have you tried our local root beer? We love it so much we had to figure out how to add it to a pie. The end result is a classic pumpkin pie, sweetened with Calvin’s 1836 Root Beer.
One of our fall favorites, Granny Smith apples paired with caramel sauce to make the filling, with a double crust, and MORE caramel sauce drizzles off the top. Wine pairing: Adam Puchta Winery, Adam’s Choice
George Washington would be proud of this cherry pie. Choose lattice top or double-crust with hearts.
Just the way Grandma made it, cooked over the stove with fresh ingredients, this chocolate pudding filling is topped with meringue and browned to perfection.
Not your typical pecan pie, in fact, it is comparable to cookie dough. Chocolate and pecans create the gooey filling. Serve warm to truly enhance all the flavors. Wine pairing: Lost Creek Vineyard, Whistle Stop Red; Sugar Creek Winery, Sugar Creek Chambourcin
Our best seller. A home-made light pudding is filled with just the right amount of coconut and topped with meringue and toasted coconut. After trying it, you will know why it is our best seller.
Nothing fancy about this pie, it’s just an old-fashioned pie. Eggs, milk, sugar and nutmeg to garnish, you will think Grandma made it.
Bring out your holiday spirit with this festive pie. A home-made custard pie with eggnog and a hint of nutmeg.
Chewy, moist brownie-like filling topped with toasted pecans and coconut. Wine pairing: Adam Puchta Winery, Cat’s Meow; Sugar Creek Winery, Sugar Creek Sunset Red
Tiny, tart gooseberries are sweetened with sugar, and sweetened again, and it’s still tart! Pucker up!
Perfectly tart pie that is sure to tickle your taste buds. A raspberry glaze is spread over the graham cracker crust to give just the right amount of sweetness.
We slice fresh peaches and coat them with just the right amount of sugar and just a pinch of cinnamon.
The perfect marriage of chocolate and peanut butter make this creamy, but gooey, perfectly perfect pie! It is garnished with whipped topping and even more chocolate bits.
Talk about an oldie, but a goodie, this home-made pudding has raisins added to it for perfect sweetness, then garnished with whipped topping.
This recipe may take you back several generations. When rhubarb meets custard it is double delicious.
Rhubarb is a plant that grows very well here in Central Missouri. It has a sweet, tangy flavor. Add the perfect amount of sugar, and you have a sweet, tangy rhubarb treat.
This is an old-fashioned pie, too! Imagine a pecan pie with graham cracker crumbs and coconut added to it. Many Pecan Pie lovers are now in love with Sawdust Pie.
When strawberries ripen, you know it is Spring, and time for a Strawberry Pie. Pack a gelatin recipe full of strawberries, and sweeten it with whipped topping. A very refreshing pie.
A fluffy cream cheese layer creates the perfect cloud for the strawberry glaze made with fresh strawberries.
One of our prettiest pies, this has the combination of sweet strawberries and tangy rhubarb. Oodles of customers who once thought they didn’t like rhubarb, are now in love with our Strawberry Rhubarb Pie. Wine pairing: Lost Creek Vineyard, Peach
A southern classic recipe, fresh sweet potatoes are cooked to perfection, then sweetened with brown sugar and butter. We add an amazing toasted coconut pecan streusel to the top to give it some crunch and perfect sweetness. Wine Pairing: Adam Puchta Winery, Traminette, 1855