All your favorites baked Fresh everyday.
Caramel Apple Nut
Fruit of the Forest
Grandma Sally’s Signature Pies*
One-crust pies showcasing our very own fruits and berries, made famous by the Witten’s Grandma Sally
*These pies are not available year-round, only when the fresh fruit used to make them is in season.
As. Big. As. Your. Face.
Reese Peanut Butter Cup
Unique flavors that vary daily.
Cherry White Chip
Chewy Caramel Pecan
Chocolate Chip Pecan
Cranberry White Chunk
Crazy Cranberry Apple
Peanut Butter Blossoms
All the classics…you’ll need more than one.
Chocolate Chip M&M
Chewy & Sweet. Need we say more?
Peanut Butter No-Bakes
Try it before you buy it. Ask our team for a sweet sample and decide which flavor is your favorite.
Chocolate Peanut Butter
Buckeyes and Turtles
Hand-dipped and hard to beat! These chocolate goodies are the perfect treat.
Brownies & Cheesecake
Rich & fudgy chocolate goodness, baked plain or with walnuts. Better grab some milk.
Creamy and smooth on a graham cracker crust. Plain or topped with cherries, it’s the perfect cheesecake either way.
Velvet Ice Cream
A locally made frozen treat sure to put a smile on every face!
In a cone or in a cup, you can enjoy traditional tastes and other flavors that change with the seasons.
Cookies n’ Cream
Breads, Sweet Buscuits & More!
Moist and delicious, our classic bread recipes will make you feel like you’re back home in mom’s kitchen.
Sweet buscuits are a summertime favorite! Perfect for strawberry shortcakes or pairing with our local jams and jellies
Don’t Forget these other Sweet Treats…
My mother always said we did not come from an artistic family, but I beg to differ. While we may not be artists in the traditional sense, we all have our own way of adding beauty to the world: for my mother, it is through her quilts, for me it is through my garden and for my Grandma Sally, it was through her pies.
Everyone in our hometown knows my Grandma Sally was famous for two things:playing cards and baking pies. If you invited her to an event, you could only hope that she would bring one of those sweet pies filled with the freshest of fruit. Strawberry, peach, blackberry and raspberry were just a few of her favorites. She would roll out a perfectly flaky crust and carefully pinch the edge around the pan before filling it with whatever fruit was in season. She would meticulously choose the best looking pieces of fruit to sit at the top of her pies and she would arrange them so they made a spectacular display. When she baked 2-crust pies, she would add her signature flower design to the top crust. Grandma’s pies were beautiful. She worked so hard on her pies, she wanted to make sure that everyone had a chance to try them. At holiday gatherings, you would often find her monitoring the dessert table to make sure none of us took more than one slice.
I had the opportunity to spend hours in the kitchen with my Grandma Sally over the years, learning how to perfect my pie crusts and make those sweet fruit fillings. I am now excited to share her recipes with you. I am sure you will enjoy my Grandma Sally’s Signature pies as much as I have over the years.