Apple pie is an American classic for sure, and this pie is especially
close to our heart. Our recipe comes from “Granny” Ruth, the
grandmother of one of our owners, Scott. Known for her preserves and
fruit pies, this apple pie was one of “Granny” Ruth’s specialties that
is still being made today.
Passed down for generations, this pie harkens back to a simpler time
when food was fresh, homemade, and created by someone you knew. And
that’s exactly what we strive for with our pies at the shop. It’s a
labor of love, but that’s what we’re all about.
With Granny’s Apple Pie, we start by rolling up our sleeves and
kneading our traditional flaky crust dough by hand. Once the dough
mixes and reaches the right consistency, we portion it out and press it
into pie tins. And after the crust has been crimped, we start on the
First, we toss crisp Granny Smith apples into a mixture of sugar, spice,
and everything nice. Then, we pile the apples into a generous peak,
covering it with our own scratch-made apple crumble. After coating the
pies, we bake them until tender and juicy to create the perfect blend of
sweet and tart.
And one of the best parts of this pie is that it can be enjoyed year round!
As one of our daily flavors, you can get this pie any time. And, like the I-40 pie,
our popular apple pie is a great dessert to take to an event or give to
someone. Plus, our Granny’s Apple Pie can be enjoyed on its own or
paired with a scoop of ice cream if you’re in the mood for pie a la mode.
And, although styles of apple pie may vary, some pie lovers holding a
double-crusted pie in high regards while others fancy a latticework
design, we keep our pie simple like what you might find in a country
Apple pie is a feel good pie.
And, we feel good making pies like this
to uphold the traditions passed down to us from our grandmothers,
mothers, aunts, and all those great family cooks. We’re happy to share
“Granny” Ruth’s pie with you, as well as our love of homemade food. So, here’s to pies fresh out of the oven and making Grandma proud with Granny’s Apple Pie!