I know the Owners and they are 24 karat people that serve a Fabulous Product. You won't go wrong trading with this establishment.
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We were so excited to try Pie Peddlers and were so disappointed. We tried the chocolate and buttermilk and neither one were very good. Buttermilk pie is my favorite, but this one just had no flavor. The owner is so nice and generous though! Maybe...More
There were about a dozen pies to chose from on a Monday morning. The blueberry pie had a generous filling with a flaky crust on the top and bottom. Others in my group had blackberry, mixed berry, and pecan; all gave their choice a good...More
The berry pie was good - the coconut cream was watery. The crust was hard and very chewy. Certainly not the Best Pie in Texas as stated on Texas Monthly. Will not return. Not a very friendly staff.
The strawberry rhubarb pie was exactly what I was looking for. Thin crust with lots of filling is just how my Grandmother use to cook her strawberry rhubarb pies. Husband enjoyed the coconut pie. Would love to try many of their other flavors if we...More
We saw a mention of this place in a local magazine and the mention of Strawberry Rhubarb and Raspberry Rhubarb pie made our mouths water. It is one of those tastes that brings back memories for my wife and me. We went there and ordered...More
Wow. 14 different pies. From Apple to Banana Creme to Chocolate to 2 different types of Rhubarb pie (Strawberry and Raspberry). My wife and I each tried a different Rhubarb and they rivaled my Sister-in-Law's home cooked Strawberry Rhubarb. I highly recommend this establishment whether...More
Across from the court house in Glen Rose is a dessert shop that is enjoyed by the hometown people and visitors alike. Our hostess, Janice Lewis, at "Cedars on the Brazos", suggested we stopped there and I'm glad we did. We selected the chocolate pie....More
Just had dessert: buttermilk pie and chocolate pie. They don't get much better than these. They were made from scratch that morning. My wife said the chocolate pie was just like her mother used to make. (That's a good thing.) The ambiance was small town...More