What's Your Pie-sonality?

November 13, 2017 in Category: Guides

According to some food historians, the original, 17th century “pumpkin pie” was a hollowed-out pumpkin filled with milk, honey, and spices—and sometimes even apples. Well, that sounds a bit unwieldy to eat, but if history is your thing, recreating this Thanksgiving treat would be right up your alley. (From a pie-seller’s perspective, we wouldn’t even know how to package such an item, TBH.)

Lucky for us (and you), our shelves are replete with pie products to satisfy any preference at the Thanksgiving table this year. And if you’d rather go the recipe route, we’ve got you covered with step-by-step instructions and a how-to video!

Sweet Potato & Marshmallow Pixie Pie Mix

November 08, 2017 in Category: What's New

Made exclusively for us in Kentucky, this non-fictional—yet fantastical—Pixie Pie Mix is a true lifesaver in the kitchen when you need a dreamy dessert on the double. Somewhere between a brownie and a pie in texture, it boasts a buttery crust with a tender chew...

Peachy Keen

July 24, 2017 in Category: Product Stories

In pondering the many reasons for the preeminence of the peach in culinary pursuits, we’ve persistently come to one conclusion: boasting gold and red-blushed skin, heady perfume, and the promise of its sweet, juice-dripping-off-your-chin goodness, peaches are simply good. And this goodness makes us want to enjoy them every day, in every form, with every meal possible...

Mudd Pie

February 10, 2017 in Category: What's New

When one of our Product Innovators announced that she and one of our most trusted dessert suppliers were joining forces to develop a TJ’s version of Mississippi mud pie, we couldn’t have been more thrilled. Any excuse to consume that much chocolate-y goodness is fine by us—and consume, we did. And when we finally settled on a version worthy of our name, Trader Joe’s Mudd Pie was born. (We added the second ‘d’ for funsies… and to make sure nobody thinks this thing is made out of actual mud. Because that would be gross. And this pie is delicious.) Mississippi mud pie came about sometime during...