Enjoy this Classic Apple Pie brimming with apples in a flaky, all-butter crust. Each pie contains locally-grown Oregon and Washington apple varieties, like Gravenstein, Pippin, Mutsu, or Granny Smith. We add lemon zest, a sprinkle of cinnamon, sugar dust the top crust, and bake your pie to bubbly perfection!
At Farmhouse Pies we draw from our old fashioned, family apple pie recipe, and add our own touches. For us, pie represents the simple pleasures in life: community, family, history, a welcoming place at the table. We can’t wait to share our pie with you! Warm or cold, either way, it’s delicious. Why not top it with whipped cream, savor it à la mode, or pair it with a slice of cheddar cheese? This is the perfect Fourth of July, Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any day of the year, pie! And, if you peek into the refrigerator and eat the last slice, we won’t tell...
Apple pie may have originated in England around 1780, but it quickly made its way to North America. With the first European seeds and apple tree cuttings brought to Jamestown by Dutch, British and Swedish immigrants, the less appetizing North American crab apple was swiftly replaced in cooking culture. The ease of apple cross-pollination led growers to create tens of thousands of apple varieties that we enjoy today. Over time, the melding together of delicious culinary inspiration has helped us transform apples, flour, butter, sugar, and spices into a uniquely American apple pie experience.
At Farmhouse Pies we strive to source local, in-season ingredients and buy all-natural, Organic, sustainable produce when available. Without the use of additives or preservatives, your pie will be made with love by one of our fabulous bakers at the Farmhouse Pies Kitchen. We value our community and our world, so the stewardship of our planet plays an important role in our daily operations. Whether recycling, sourcing, composting or conserving, we serve you pie with a conscience.
REFRIGERATE: Your pie should be refrigerated if not eaten within 24 hours of purchase. Wrap in plastic before refrigeration to maintain freshness. Bring to room temperature before serving, and if desired, reheat in the oven at 250̊F on a baking sheet for 15 minutes. Leave the pie to cool for about 10 minutes before slicing and serving.
FREEZE: Tightly wrap the pie in plastic wrap or seal pie in an airtight freezer bag. Allow 24 hours for the pie to freeze completely. Frozen pies are best eaten within 3 months. Thaw at room temperature before serving, and if desired, reheat.